The division director for Communications is responsible for leading the CSG Justice Center's efforts to use content, media, and general branding to accomplish its goals. Reporting to and working closely with the director of the CSG Justice Center, they will oversee the core functions of the Communications Division: content development, public affairs, and online services. In addition to leading those operations, the Communications director will also drive strategy and the execution of key elements of special projects and campaigns. Additionally, they will have significant responsibilities related to strategic partnerships and cross-cutting initiatives and will coordinate on foundation and individual fundraising. Moreover, this individual will be encouraged and expected to develop new initiatives for the division. They will help strengthen the CSG Justice Center's profile as a trusted source of information and influential leader in the criminal justice field.
What you'll bring:
A bachelor's degree (required)
10+ years of relevant work experience (ideal)
Significant relevant work experience in communications, public relations, editing, or a relevant field
Experience managing staff and budgets, preferably in a nonprofit/government organization
Experience generating financial support, particularly from the federal government or private foundations
How you apply:
If you're interested in helping us drive change across the country, you should upload the following elements with your application:
Cover letter with salary expectations
Two Writing sample on a relevant topic (preferable no more than three pages each)
Names and contact information for three references
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to characteristics including but not limited to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.