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Title: Communications and Community Engagement Management
Reports To: CEO
Position Details: Full time, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

The Position
Under the direction of the CEO, the Director of Communications and Community Engagement.  will manage and complement the work of all departments, inform the community, and standardize the WINS message, presence, and brand. Additionally, the Director coordinates communications and community outreach initiatives in a cooperative, forward-thinking, and innovative manner, while working with all departments to skillfully deliver consistent messaging and essential information that resonates with the diverse community


Essential Duties

  • Create, develop and maintain strategic partnerships with nonprofits, healthcare providers, community stakeholders and corporate partners to achieve departmental programmatic goals

  • Oversee community health partnerships, community-focused grant-making and WIN engagement programs

  • Leads planning, implementation, and evaluation efforts for additional community programs in line with identified community needs

  • Oversees grant submissions, proposals and reports for prospective funding

  • Continuously develop their skills and knowledge, either through readings, conferences, departmental training programs or some combination of these

  • Research, assemble, compile and evaluate manual and computerized data for reporting and development of improvement and strategic plans as needed

  • Help to deliver WINS  strategic plan through Community Engagement

  • Act as the administrative point of contact between the CEO and community leaders

  • Manage and supervise staff

  • Have direct oversight of all communication and marketing activities of WIN Recovery

  • Work with CEO and Boards to plan annual friend-raising event


Knowledge and Skills

  • Advanced degree such as MPH or MBA required

  • A minimum of ten years of related experience in project management, healthcare, education and/or fundraising

  • Knowledge and understanding of program development and evaluation

  • A minimum of 5 years' experience managing a team

  • Experience developing strategic plans for programs, communications and marketing; and Demonstrated experience in and commitment to diversity

  • Excellence in leadership and management capabilities, with a proven track record of Ability to engage and communicate effectively with a wide range of stakeholders, cultures, and diverse populations, including corporate executives, researchers, academics and policy makers

  • Ability to be flexible and collaborative in the identification of solutions to workplace problems

  • Ability to work with diverse groups of people represented internally and externally

  • Growing nonprofit resources, partnerships, community relations and fundraising

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