Communications Associate - ACA New England

 

Job Description

The American Camp Association, New England—the region’s leading source for camp information and resources—is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and families through quality camp experiences.

We seek a new team member to:

Manage all aspects of the website and to carry out social networking on our behalf.

Design and create print and targeted marketing communications:

  • for the public to promote the value of summer camp experiences
  • for camp professionals to promote educational opportunities, resources and best practices
  • for members only, including our electronic newsletter, legislative updates and other pieces that address timely and relevant topics.

Write and edit camp feature pieces for use in print and online.

Research and gather print and online resources for use by camp professionals and members.

Provide an excellent level of customer service and support, resources and information to members, camp professionals, and the public.

The successful candidate will possess demonstrated initiative and ability to interact well with others in person, over the telephone, in writing, and electronically. A willingness to travel to camps, a sense of humor, and a major interest in helping to change the lives of children and youth through the camp experience is essential. Camp experience/background preferable.

Details

Camp/Organization: American Camp Association, New England (ACA Accredited)

Location: Lexington

Type of Position: Administrative

Time Frame: Year Round

Experience

Microsoft Office, graphic design and publication layout/ editing /design [Adobe InDesign or similar], use/maintain CMS-based website, creating/curating content, and blogging.

Additional Information

Preferred starting date: January 2013. Please submit resume and salary requirements to Lucy Norvell, Director of Public Information: Lucy@acanewengland.org

Application

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Contact

Lucy Norvell

80 Westview Street
Lexington, MA  02421

781.541.6080

http://www.acanewengland.org/