Nonprofit

Marketing & Communications Supervisor

Hybrid
Work must be performed in or near New York, NY
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Published 4 days ago

Details at a Glance

Time Commitment
Full Time Schedule
Start Date
July 1, 2024
Experience Level
Mid-level/Managerial
Salary
USD $66,488.85 - $72,114.08 / year
commensurate with experience

Description

DVP seeks a full-time Marketing & Communications Supervisor to lead efforts to increase awareness of intimate partner violence and promote DVP’s work to a broad audience. The Marketing & Communications Supervisor will oversee our digital platforms, tell DVP’s story through video production, and help define a communications strategy that ensures consistent and effective messaging. The ideal candidate is creative, a self-starter, passionate about DVP’s mission, and able to thrive working both independently and collaboratively. Anticipated start date is July 1, 2024.

ABOUT DVP

The Domestic Violence Project (DVP)’s mission is to help survivors of intimate partner violence and their children live free of violence and abuse, marshalling the combination of legal and advocacy services necessary to secure justice and a dignified quality of life. We consider intimate partner violence – regardless of gender, sexual identity, religion, immigration, or other status – to be a human rights violation. We serve an average of 1,600 survivors annually across all five boroughs of NYC through our comprehensive direct services (legal representation in family law and immigration matters, holistic case management, and empowerment groups), plus an additional 1,000+ reached through community outreach, education, and legal clinics.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

The Marketing & Communications Supervisor will report to the Director of Development and is responsible for the following:

Communications Strategy

• Develop and execute a comprehensive and creative communications strategy in line with DVP’s goals and values

• Train and manage seasonal interns and volunteers, including occasional collaborations with DVP’s Leadership Council members

• Stay up to date on the latest best practices in digital and marketing strategies

Content Creation and Management

• Envision, produce, and edit videos using staff and client interviews, event footage, and more to promote awareness of DVP’s mission and services for use in social media, newsletter features, and donor updates

• Design and curate photo and graphic content for digital channels

• Post regularly on DVP’s Instagram, Facebook, and X channels to grow audience and engagement

• Manage the writing, editing, and layout of website content

• Monitor channels for trends, news, and feedback

• Design and draft mass email communications, including a quarterly newsletter and event invitations

• Assist with the design of DVP’s Annual Report

• Assist team members with outreach content including flyers and presentation templates

• Collaborate with Director of Development and other team members on annual Domestic Violence Awareness Month event

Administrative

• Define and evaluate metrics to assess growth of audiences and effectiveness of communications

• Provide reports on communications efforts to senior management team and Leadership Council as needed

• Other duties as assigned, within reason

REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

• Minimum 3-6 years of full-time experience in marketing/communications or other related role

• Experience with video production and editing, familiarization with Adobe Premiere preferred

• Strong knowledge of social media platforms and their respective audiences

• Proven ability to develop digital marketing strategies

• Familiarity with website management (i.e. Wordpress); email marketing platform (i.e. MailChimp); and design tools (i.e. Canva, Adobe InDesign) 

• Self-motivated and accountable

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Knowledge of and/or willingness to gain understanding of intimate partner violence and trauma

• Ability to multitask and prioritize tasks effectively

• Proficiency in Spanish a plus

SALARY AND BENEFITS

The salary range for this position is $66,488.85-$72,114.08, commensurate with experience. The Urban Justice Center offers a robust benefits package including: 

• Medical Insurance available on first day of employment 

• Dental Insurance 

• Eye Care Reimbursement 

• Employer Retirement Contribution 

• Pet Insurance 

• Generous Vacation and Personal Time, including 4 weeks vacation, 5 personal days, and 1 week paid time off during annual office-wide holiday closure; early release summer Fridays and before federal holidays; day after Thanksgiving; birthday 

• 12 paid sick days 

• Flexible spending account  

• Commuter Benefits 

• Gym reimbursement program   

• An organizational culture valuing employees’ work/life balance 

DVP is currently operating on a hybrid schedule: for this position, main office days are Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hybrid schedule may change upon needs of program. Office hours are 9am-5pm, with occasional evenings required. 

TO APPLY

Submit a cover letter and resume attached via email to Kristen McGuire, Director of Development, at kmcguire@urbanjustice.org. Please write “Marketing & Communications Supervisor” in the subject heading.

We regret that due to high volume, we are unable to respond to inquiries and will only contact those candidates selected for consideration. Please do not contact us via telephone or fax.

DVP is an independently operating division of the Urban Justice Center, a social justice nonprofit organization based in New York City. The Urban Justice Center is home to 9 social justice projects that operate independently but share the agency's infrastructure, as well as a common commitment to finding innovative solutions to the problems of poor and vulnerable people.

The Urban Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

DVP seeks a full-time Marketing & Communications Supervisor to lead efforts to increase awareness of intimate partner violence and promote DVP’s work to a broad audience. The Marketing & Communications Supervisor will oversee…

Benefits

The Urban Justice Center offers a robust benefits package including: 

• Medical Insurance available on first day of employment 

• Dental Insurance 

• Eye Care Reimbursement 

• Employer Retirement Contribution 

• Pet Insurance 

• Generous Vacation and Personal Time, including 4 weeks vacation, 5 personal days, and 1 week paid time off during annual office-wide holiday closure; early release summer Fridays and before federal holidays; day after Thanksgiving; birthday 

• 12 paid sick days 

• Flexible spending account 

• Commuter Benefits 

• Gym reimbursement program 

• An organizational culture valuing employees’ work/life balance 

DVP is currently operating on a hybrid schedule: for this position, main office days are Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hybrid schedule may change upon needs of program. Office hours are 9am-5pm, with occasional evenings required. 

The Urban Justice Center offers a robust benefits package including: 

• Medical Insurance available on first day of employment 

• Dental Insurance 

• Eye Care Reimbursement 

• Employer…

Level of Language Proficiency

Fluency in English required, proficiency in Spanish a plus.

Fluency in English required, proficiency in Spanish a plus.

Location

Hybrid
Work must be performed in or near New York, NY
40 Rector St, New York, NY 10006, USA

How to Apply

Submit a cover letter and resume attached via email to Kristen McGuire, Director of Development, at kmcguire@urbanjustice.org. Please write “Marketing & Communications Supervisor” in the subject heading.

The Urban Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

We regret that due to high volume, we are unable to respond to inquiries and will only contact those candidates selected for consideration. Please do not contact us via telephone or fax.

Submit a cover letter and resume attached via email to Kristen McGuire, Director of Development, at kmcguire@urbanjustice.org. Please write “Marketing & Communications…

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