Charmaine is Hiring: Media Relations, AV Production, Web Editor
The wife of Your Business Blogger is hiring talent in Your Nation’s Capital.
At the Family Research Council. Defending Family, Faith and Freedom.
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Director of Media Relations
Under the direction of the Vice President for Communications, develops and implements FRC’s daily communications strategy. Develops media messages and strategy and implements plans for both immediate response news items and long-term projects on FRC issues. Builds relationships and conducts interviews with news outlets. Promotes FRC president and other FRC experts to news outlets. Oversees the distribution of FRC publications to the media. Assists Development department to increase donor awareness of media activity. Serves as an FRC spokesperson. Works as an Associate Producer of FRC Simulcasts. Manages Media Coordinators.
Manager of Audio & Video Production
Under the direction of the Vice President for Communications, produces and edits FRC’s 90-second daily radio commentary and the 30-minute Washington Watch Weekly. The Manager of Audio and Video Production maintains the production schedule for FRC’s radio studio. The incumbent manages production, distribution, and marketing of FRC audio projects; to include radio programs, public service announcements, commercials, and audio tape productions. The incumbent also has responsibility for all video needs in the organization; to include taping, editing, and posting FRC events on the web, in coordination with the Web Editor. The incumbent in this position will also be responsible for special video projects as they are developed.
Under the direction of the Vice President for Communications, serves as the editing and preparation channel through which all publications, papers, and communications from all FRC departments are funneled for the most effective presentation on FRC website. With assistance and expertise of information technology staff, insures posting, revision, and arrangement of material on website. The incumbent works to enhance FRC’s Internet presence and image as a public policy research, education, and advocacy organization. The incumbent is responsible for managing the content and appearance of FRC web sites. Prepares all materials (publications, papers, legislative updates, press releases, etc.), including promotional material and FRC merchandise, for posting on website. Monitors web site traffic and provides weekly reports on traffic trends.
This position requires an undergraduate degree in political science, history, or social science and three years in a professional office environment, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Requires the ability to engage with all levels of staff and mgmt with tact and diplomacy. Excellent organizational skills, ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and demonstrated ability to function in fast paced environment. Incumbent must have demonstrated conceptual, writing, and editing skills along with technological expertise in html and web design. Previous web editing and image design experience a must. Knowledge of the public policy arena as well as family and cultural issues is essential.