Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 04-Nov-2019 to 03-Dec-2019
  • - Hear Indiana
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • $35,000 - $45,000 (actual amount commensurate with education and experience)
  • Full Time
  • $3,000 annual wellness bonus in lieu of health insurance

Founded in 1971, Hear Indiana has supported families of children who are deaf and hard of hearing for almost 50 years through family support, advocacy services, a camp, educational conference and a Speech and Hearing Resource Center.
We are seeking a Marketing and Communications Coordinator to raise awareness of our mission, our work, and our case for support.

Organization Overview

Founded in 1971, Hear Indiana creates equal opportunities for children with hearing loss through Listening and Spoken Language. We envision a day when deaf and hard of hearing children will achieve their aspirations and thrive in their communities. The current budget is $1.5 million, and Hear Indiana has seven full-time employees and two part-time employees.

Strategic Focus
Since its inception, Hear Indiana has supported families of children who are deaf and hard of hearing. This organization has provided family support, advocacy services, a camp, and a listening and spoken language education conference for over three decades. In 2014, we partnered with Easterseals Crossroads to open the Speech and Hearing Resource Center, a one- stop shop for audiology services, speech therapy, and parent education. With a new strategic plan, we see the possibility of rapid growth ahead of us.

•       Manage the communications calendar for the organization.
•       Plan, implement and coordinate community outreach and media relationships and strategies, especially around events.
•       Project manage and execute event marketing campaigns, including outreach, media, onsite branding, and follow-up communications.
•       Work with Development Director and marketing consultants to develop and implement a communications/marketing strategy to effectively educate the public about children with hearing loss.
•       With guidance from marketing consultants, implement our new brand key through collateral pieces, including: brochures, one-page offering outlines, social media, blogs, web content merchandise, and more.
•       Create and maintain regular organization publications including website, eBlasts, mailings, annual reports and press releases.
•       With the Development Director, create materials and content in support of regular annual fund appeals.
•       Enhance Hear Indiana's public image and positioning, foster positive external relations, and build long-term strategic alliances.
•       Take on additional special projects as necessary, including among others: blogging, advertisement creation, event support, infographics and more.

•       2+ years of marketing or content writing experience required
•       Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Journalism, Communications, or related field preferred.
•       Strong written and verbal communication skills.
•       Strong event marketing and project management capabilities and ability to prioritize and execute multiple initiatives.
•       Ability to approach work from a strategic perspective and identify processes and gaps, yet also be able to identify tactics and execute at the detailed level.
•       Highly creative with strong computer skills and graphic design experience.
•       Special events experience preferred.
•       Willingness to become an enthusiastic advocate for listening and spoken language. Helpful to have knowledge of the deaf and hard of hearing population.
•       Speak, listen, design, and write in a clear, detailed and timely manner using appropriate and effective tools and techniques.
•       Highly motivated and dependable; ability to work independently and take initiative.
•       Highly organized. Set priorities, monitor progress towards goals, and track details, data, information and activities.
•       Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness.
•       Determine strategies to move the organization forward, create and implement action plans, and evaluate the process and results; consistently look for opportunities to grow and improve.
Flexible work schedule allowed. Some night/weekend hours are required during special events.

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