Posting ID : B1009180968
Date Posted : 2012-06-21
Group : Writing Editing Jobs
Cultural Tourism DC (CTDC), a small nonprofit with a freindly, flexible, and hard-working atmosphere, seeks an experienced editor and writer who is creative, detail-oriented, and customer service orientated to manage CTDC's web presence including social media and its content management website.
CTDC is a nonprofit coalition of more than 230 arts, heritage, cultural, and community organizations throughout the nation's capital. We help metropolitan area residents and visitors experience Washington's authentic culture and heritage.
Write, maintain, and update content on organization website
Publish weekly calender of events e-newsletter, including soliciting, compiling, and editing calender content.
Develop and adapt content for social media such as Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc
Assist director of marketing in developing an overall web strategy.
Research and report on emerging media and social networks.
Monitor and report on traffic patterns to the website
Provide excellent customer service to members, staff, and volunteers updating web content
Position requires ocassional weekend and evening work
Bachelor's degree required (in English, journalism, communications, or public relations prefered)
Must be an excellent editor and writer
Two to five years' professional experience in marketing or public relations, preferably in a non-profit setting
Experience producing weekly newsletter.
familarity with internet marketing and new media.
Sincere enthusiasm for Washington's culture, and heritage
Proficiency with wide range of technology including on-line research tools, PowerPoint, Photoshop and Web 2.0 management skills.
Attention to detail and commitment to excellence
Proven track record of initiative
Drupal experience a plus
Submit résumé and cover letter with salary requirements and two writing samples (one blog and one other) via email to Reply@CulturalTourismDC.org with New Media in subject line; mail to Cultural Tourism DC, 1250 H Street, NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005; or fax 202-661-7599. No phone calls, please.