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The Marketing and Communications Department builds recognition for the work of Americans for the Arts, and the impact the arts make in our communities, to both stakeholders and new audiences. The primary responsibility of the Communications Manager is being the organization’s brand gatekeeper—ensuring that all electronic and print communications adhere to style and branding guidelines, are engaging and well written, targeted to specific audiences, and produced within budget and in a timely and effective manner.
The Manager is responsible for setting and upholding policies regarding the branding, content, planning, and production of print and electronic communication vehicles. The Manager guides all aspects of communications production—from assistance in determining and creating content and managing the design approval process to setting and enforcing production schedules and determining delivery method. This position also liaises with design and printing vendors daily and supervises contractors regularly on communications projects including editing, proofreading, and project management.
The Manager stays current on trends in the communications, striving for excellence and innovation in the production of communications pieces and providing staff with guidance and direction on the latest technologies, standards, and designs within the communications field.
The Database Associate will assist the Database Administrator with functions related to database management and development. The Associate’s primary responsibilities will relate to the organization’s association management system (AMS), netForum Enterprise. The Associate will update and process data including returned mail, enter and maintain lists of prospects and event participants, respond to inquiries from staff and the public about the database and issues with their records when performing online e-commerce transactions, account updates, and assist staff with extracting data from the database. The Associate will function as part of a larger web and technology department that maintains the organization’s database, websites, and network systems. The Associate should be interested in developing his or her database skills and working as an integral part of the technology team.