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Communications Hub - Digital Director

AmplifyNH

About Amplify New Hampshire: Amplify will create compelling unified messaging and develop and deploy a statewide network of citizen activists in support of the campaigns and issues of progressive partner organizations. Amplify will conduct research, develop coordinated messaging, offer tools and communications support to partner organizations, and drive significant earned and paid media campaigns. 


 This role can evolve over time, but the primary areas of responsibility are: 

  • • Develop and implement hard-hitting and relevant digital campaigns and strategies including content production and deployment, brand management, and narrative-focused messaging. 
  • • Starting from scratch--building and executing a vision for creative communications to hold decision makers accountable and lift up the voices of Granite Staters. 
  • • Generate catchy, clever, edgy and accessible content alike, often from multiple voices to appeal to different audiences, but weaving a consistent narrative throughout. 
  • • Create innovative and effective online advocacy and electoral campaigns; identify opportunities to engage and mobilize Granite Staters online and in person. 
  • • Oversee deployment of organic and paid content on digital channels including email, social media, web, and text programs; deploy sophisticated targeting to reach key populations. 
  • • Work with partner organizations on training, creation, production, placement and marketing of digital content. 
  • • Develop and implement training opportunities for activists, organizational leaders, potential candidates, and elected officials. 
  • • Utilize digital, communications and messaging research to ensure the right words reach the right people to motivate them to action. 
  • • Manage vendors and consultants. 
  • • Collaborate with, learn from, and develop strong working relationships with in-state partners and communication hubs in other states. 
  • • Drive strong digital communications strategies for New Hampshire’s progressive campaigns. 
  • • Generate compelling earned media. 
Requirements:

• Digital strategy expertise, specifically 2-4 years of demonstrable success in content production and deployment, online organizing, political campaigns, email advocacy, and/or marketing. 

• Familiarity with digital tools including managing social media for advocacy and acquisition purposes; creating content for multiple audiences; and other content marketing and distribution tools. 

• Commitment to metrics and tracking progress, including a proven ability to implement data-driven strategies and sophisticated testing efforts. 

• Experience managing and directing both projects and staff; desire and ability to build and grow a new team. 

• Entrepreneurial mindset who can adjust on the fly, accept feedback, and create and direct their own work. 

• Exceptional written & spoken communication skills: the ability to present information in creative ways. 

• Fast-paced & detail oriented, ability to maintain grace under pressure and meet deadlines in a dynamic environment. 

• A desire to participate in politics and believe in the power of people to influence decision makers. 

• Relevant experience on campaign work in New Hampshire is a bonus. 

 

This is a full-time position and requires the candidate to work and be deeply engaged within New Hampshire. Initially, Amplify will be housed remotely.

Responsibilities:

Same as Job Description

How to Apply:

Salary: Competitive salary, dependent on experience. Range $75,000-78,000 annually. 

Benefits: Competitive benefits include 4 pre-approved weeks of vacation, paid leave, medical insurance, and retirement plan option.

Please email a copy of your resume, a cover letter and three references to amplifynh2021@gmail.com. Include "Amplify Comms” in the subject line. Position posted until filled.

Job Location:

Remote

Date Added: March 31, 2021

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