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Child Care Resources (WA)
Location : Seattle, WA 98144
Position : Communications Coordinator

Job Description : POSITION: Communications Coordinator*REPORTS TO: Communications Manager**AGENCY SUMMARY: *Child Care Resources (CCR) has been at the forefront of the early learning landscape for 30 years ensuring that all children have equitable access to safe, engaging, and positive early learning experiences that promote school readiness and lifetime success. With a staff of 130 and a budget of $27 million (89% publicly funded), CCR provides a broad array of services for families and child care providers so that they in turn can support the development and well-being of our children.*OPPORTUNITY: *The Communications Coordinator will be responsible for providing a wide range of interagency support to include internal and external communications, marketing, design and public relations. The successful candidate for this position will ensure the integration and alignment of these efforts for maximum impact, reflecting our commitment to anti-racism, equity, and inclusion.The ideal candidate for this position will have a deep passion for social justice and equity for all children, relationship-building skills, and strengths in cultural relevance, problem solving, and engaging community in CCR’s work. The individual will have a history of engaging collaboratively with multiple internal and external stakeholders and be energized by building intentional internal and external relationships.The Communications Coordinator will work in a team of eight: Chief External Affairs Officer, Development Director, Communications Manager, Policy and Advocacy Manager, Evaluation and Quality Assurance Manager, Development and Communications Coordinator, and Mobilization Coordinator. They will support the work of development; communications; policy/advocacy; evaluation; and programs, ensuring the CCR story is well communicated and impactful.They will serve as a member of the External Affairs Department providing key communications perspective and participating in program decisions in collaboration with other department and agency members.*NATURE, SCOPE, AND RESPONSBILITIES: *Provide support in creating, planning, and publishing all social media activity for all agency platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok, Pinterest, and YouTube)Support the Communications Manager with creating, designing, branding, editing, and proofreading all agency communication materials to ensure mission/vision alignment, consistency, utilization of agency’s brand style guide, and incorporation of inclusive and accessible communication methodsParticipate in the development and implementation of new marketing outreach activities and collateral developmentProvide support to staff as needed to aid in their learning and usage of the agency’s brand style guide, as well as development and understanding of inclusive and accessible communicationsCollect, organize, and maintain agency photo/story bank with community photos and storiesAssist in updating agency website content and function and troubleshoot with vendors as neededProvide support in developing, planning, and maintaining content for agency website blogUse design software, such as Adobe Creative Suite and Canva, to develop print and digital communication materials and templates; including coordination of content, design, print, and translation needsSupport in maintaining agency intranet (SharePoint), monitoring function and content, training new users, and collaborating with vendors as neededSupport a broad array of communications initiatives, including email announcements, social media campaigns, fundraising events, digital campaigns, annual reports, legislative sessions, communication trainings, outreach toolkits, translation and interpretation, media engagement, and media contact maintenanceDevelop a general understanding of all agency programs, events and initiatives and be able to speak and write on behalf of them effectively and consistentlyStay up to date and have knowledge and understanding of current communication trends, specifically in digital and social mediaPull and analyze paid advertisements and other communication statistics to measure the effectiveness of agency communicationsParticipate in cross team responsibilities to include Fund Development and Advocacy communications support, and work in conjunction with the Development and Communications Coordinator and Mobilization Coordinator, especially during busy seasonsSchedule and coordinate communications-related meetings with internal and external partners as needed*KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: *Two+ years of communications, marketing, graphic design, and/or copywriting experience preferredEffective writing and editorial skillsAble to prioritize work, adapt to changes in workload demands, multi-task and follow throughCreative thinker, capable of introducing new and better ways to deliver the Child Care Resources message. Skill in thinking strategically and in exercising sound judgementDemonstrated understanding of ethical storytellingDemonstrated understanding of inclusive and accessible communicationsA demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion; valuing diverse perspectives and encouraging contributions by all team membersPolitically astute and tactful; attentive to the perspectives and competing interests of various internal and external stakeholdersAbility to translate technical policy writing and processes into accessible communications for the CCR communityExperience with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, etc.) and CanvaExperience with a variety of social media and email marketing platforms*CANDIDATE CORE LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES: *Mission Driven:Demonstrates enthusiasm and positivity for the mission.Demonstrates alignment with the organization’s stated values.Articulates the organization’s goals around racial equity.Welcomes opportunities to engage with other programs and departments.Anti-racist mindsetTakes responsibility for the impact of their own words and actions, regardless of intent.Accepts feedback about personal behavior.Understands unconscious biases exist in self and others, and that it can influence their work.Asks for feedback from others.Embraces diversity of perspectives and individuals.Engages in learning opportunities that result in self-growth.Seeks to build relationships with diverse individuals and groups.CommunicationDemonstrates active listening.Prioritizes and responds to messages in a timeframe that aligns with their own role and is responsive to the needs of the requestor.Has writing skills that match the expectations of their own role.Participates actively and contributes in small group meetings.AdaptabilityDemonstrates ability to adapt to changing circumstances.Demonstrates understanding tolerance with ambiguity.Models among peers an inclination to take on new challenges and seek opportunities for growth.Ownership and quality of workMeets established policies, quality and performance standards.Is responsive to supervisors, colleagues, clients and the community.Completes deliverables accurately and timely.Receives and integrates feedback when there are opportunities for growth.*COMPENSATION: *FLSA Status: ExemptThis is a full-time salaried position requiring a willingness to work some evenings and weekends. The expected salary range is between $50,000 – $55,000/yr., depending on qualifications and experience.*BENEFITS: *CCR’s benefit package includes employer-paid top tier medical, dental and vision insurance plans for employees, 21 days of PTO per year in addition to 10 paid holidays, 3 paid floating holidays, birthday holiday, and week-long office closure the week of July 4, and at year-end, flexible work environment, employer-paid life insurance, short-term disability/illness leave accrual, and 401k with 3% employer match.*HOW TO APPLY: *A resumeA cover letter, describing as specifically as you can how your experience, skills, and values fit with Child Care Resources’ goals and mission as described in this announcement.A brief personal equity statement, describing your skills and experience engaging with issues involving diversity, racial equity, and inclusion, and/or in advancing racial equity in organizations. This statement should not exceed 300 words.Must provide documentation that you are fully vaccinated. Exemptions are not accepted.*EQUAL EQUITY EMPLOYER: *CCR is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity among our staff. We strongly encourage people of color, immigrants and refugees, people from the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities, and people from other historically marginalized groups to apply.*ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & QUESTIONS*To learn more about Child Care Resources, please visit www.childcare.orgIf you have any questions about this position, please contact our HR Team.To learn more about Child Care Resources, please visit*Experience*Preferred2 year(s): Communications, marketing, graphic design, and/or copy-writing experienceEducationPreferredAssociates or better in Marketing or related fieldAssociates or better in Communication or related fieldAssociates or better in Graphic Design or related fieldLicenses & CertificationsPreferredValid WA Drivers LicenseValid Car InsuranceSkillsRequiredEthical Story TellingDiversityCommunicationsCommunicationPreferredPolitical/Organizational SavvyInclusionEquityCreative ThinkingCopywritingAdaptabilityAnti-racistAdobe SuiteAdobe PremiereJob Type: Full-timePay: $50,000.00 – $55,000.00 per year

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