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Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #81

Campus Compact of Oregon convenes and supports the work of educational institutions individually and
Nonprofit Remote Digest
Nonprofit Remote Digest - Issue #81
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Campus Compact of Oregon convenes and supports the work of educational institutions individually and collectively to improve their practice around institutional equity, collaborative learning, and community engagement to respond effectively to a racially diverse and changing Oregon.

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Communications & Marketing Manager
The Communications & Marketing Manager manages all elements of the Compact’s communications endeavors including developing strong brand awareness, name recognition, documentation of Compact impact stories and creating visual content that drives our mission forward. Additionally, this position is responsible for maintaining the Compact website, social media, and producing the agency’s monthly newsletter.
Campus Compact is a small nonprofit located in downtown Portland. Bike parking, easy access to public transportation, showers, an open concept office and a commitment to work/life balance and equity make this a great place to work. Campus Compact is currently engaged in an “equity roadmap” process to deepen our commitment and practice of equity in the areas of shared governance, compensation, consulting, policies and procedures, budget, and programming. The incumbent in this position would have to have a passion for equity and a willingness to critique and help transform all our internal systems.
Accessibility:    Campus Compact’s office is located on most major bus lines and one block from all MAX lines. There are 3 elevators to access the 12th floor office. Most staff use standing desks but there is also a shared conference table and two couches where staff can work. Campus Compact would purchase accessible furniture to meet the needs of the most qualified candidate. The office is not currently scent-free but could move towards that to accommodate an employee with chemical sensitivities. Staff are able to work remotely on an as needed basis.
Position responsibilities:
Communications and Marketing (55%)
  • Develop content and design for the Compact Enews;
  • Lead staff on updating and developing agency website (self-publishing weebly platform);
  • Coordinate and promote Campus Compact mission and activity on social media;
  • Develop compelling graphic and visual content that drives people to support the mission of Campus Compact and better understand our work;
  • Generate social media content that helps increase awareness of critical racial justice topics, issues, and promotes education and mobilization of our network;
  • Document and produce publications that tell the story of Campus Compact, our programs, our internal equity roadmap process, and disseminates that knowledge throughout our network
  • Special Project: This staff person will lead, with the Executive Director, the agency’s Willamette Week Give!Guide! campaign.
Americorps VISTA (25%)
  • Generate social media content on the VISTA program and promote on agency website and platforms
  • Develop program newsletters promoting AmeriCorps
  • Provide on-going technical assistance and project support to team, in coordination with the VISTA Program Manager.
  • Support recruitment efforts for host sites and members of full time VISTAs.
Campus Compact of Oregon Shared Efforts (20%)
  • Provide equity facilitation and support for Compact members and community partners
  • Engage in staff meetings, retreats, and organizational planning.
  • Engage in mindfulness practices, self-care, and racial healing efforts to support personal and organizational transformation.
Desired knowledge/skills
  • Strong professional communications background including, graphic design, marketing, brand development, publishing;
  • Expert use of Facebook, twitter, and Instagram and developing knowledge of alternate platforms to tell the Compact story;
  • Ability to support and train members across racial, cultural, class, and gender differences;
  • Experience with AmeriCorps or national service programs is desired;
  • Knowledge and/or experience with higher education/community partnerships;
  • Event planning, training/adult education, media/public relations;
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills;
Education Requirements
Associates Degree or higher required with 1-3 years of project management experience.
Benefits
The starting annual salary rate for this position will be between $40,000-$50,000 for a full-time position, dependent upon qualifications and experience. This position could be anywhere from .5-1 FTE based on the needs of the most qualified candidate. Salary will be prorated based on number of hours worked, part time employee receives full benefits package except vacation and personal leave which is prorated based on hours worked. 
Campus Compact offers a competitive benefits package including 100% of the premium for health, dental, vision, mental health, alternative care, short-term and long-term disability (employee pays copays and deductible). Campus Compact also contributes 3% of the employee’s salary into a retirement 401K for all employees who participate; provides an annual Trimet pass, and offers 9 weeks of paid time off. This position requires travel out of state, as well as in state. 
How To Apply
Submit your resume (no cover letter) and answers to the following questions to [email protected]
Within the context of the job you are applying for, please answer the following questions. If you are applying for more than one position answer for both within your response:
1.  How does your positionality inform and/or impact your ability to empower others? For the purpose of this question we define positionality as all the pieces that make up our identity and the relationship to power those identities have both socially and politically.
2.  Does your leadership style change based on the positionality of the person you’re leading?
3. Share how your life or learned experience of racism impacts both your approach to this position and your ability to lead efforts related to racial equity.
4. Within the context of education in Oregon “applying an equity lens” is a common buzz phrase. What does applying an equity lens mean to you? Share an example where you have applied an equity lens to a practice, policy, or program either professionally or personally.
5. How do you choose which communities you work with and why? What connections do you already have in those communities? What connections do you want to make?
6. How does this position align with your current learning and growth goals for your continued development and growth?
7. Describe your ethics, morals, and/or values related to communications and marketing that you would bring to Campus Compact of Oregon.
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