Organization Description:

 

The Catalogue for Philanthropy is seeking a Communications & Marketing Coordinator to work closely with the Catalogue’s Co-Executive Director for Programming and Communications (“Co-Executive Director”) to support our communications, marketing, and messaging. These efforts will promote the Catalogue itself, our 400+ local nonprofits in the DC region, and our services for nonprofits across the sector. The main responsibilities for this role will include:

Professional Writing:

  • Manage the Catalogue blog to highlight the work of the Catalogue and our partners
  • Lead writing and creation of deliverables to promote the Catalogue to the community
  • Support the development staff in the creation of materials to demonstrate the Catalogue's impact to local donors and funding organizations
  • Write deliverables and marketing pieces to support the marketing efforts of our nonprofit services to organizations beyond our traditional network

 

Graphic and Visual Design:

  • Create basic graphics and visuals for deliverables, including images for social media, invites and supporting materials for events, and simple one-pagers to promote the Catalogue and/or our partners

 

Social Media, Earned Media and Events:

·         Coordinate with social media consultant and/or manage posting on our four social media accounts to engage audiences about the work of our partners

·         Coordinate with PR consultant to continue to advance local media partnerships to raise awareness of our nonprofit partners

·         Organize small community events to engage new audiences with our partners and local social issues

·         Lead promotion of fall community event designed to drive support for partners

·         Support promotion efforts of the Catalogue's spring fundraising event

 

Research and Marketing:

·         Research new channels or opportunities to get the word out about the Catalogue locally

·         Work with the Co-ED to create a marketing plan for nonprofit services outside of the traditional CFP network

·         Conduct outreach to nonprofits, foundations, and other networks that might benefit from the Catalogue's services

·         Explore, research, and secure opportunities for Catalogue staff to share expertise and reach new audiences