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Communications Manager

The Communications Manager serves as lead on Washington STEM’s digital media channels including the Washington STEM website and all social media platforms. They ensure there is a steady drumbeat of stories and original content created to demonstrate the systems-level, state-wide impact of Washington STEM and partners, including 10 regional STEM Networks. They also collaborate with the Chief Development and Communications Officer (CDCO) to develop annual organizational communications plans and strategies, identify content development opportunities, create salient messages, and work on other special projects. In addition to leading digital channel management and content creation, the communications manager also serves as a partner to the policy team during the legislative session. Working in close coordination with the CDCO, this position will support the growth and effectiveness of the organization through the creation and dissemination of compelling messages, campaigns, and products. This position requires managing a diverse portfolio of projects, assets, and external vendors in a fast-paced and collaborative environment that requires proactive strategy and timely response to internal and external stakeholders across the state of Washington. The salary range is $75,517 – $88,651 commensurate with candidate experience.

For more details regarding this opportunity, including a full position description and application instructions, please see the job description found here: Communications Manager


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