This position is responsible for developing and maintaining the organization’s various public communications platforms and coordinating communications with key stakeholders, under guidance from the executive director.
Specific responsibilities include:
Electronic communications platforms;
Member and donor communications;
Media interactions; and
A successful candidate must have strong written and verbal communications skills, attention to detail, the ability to interface with technology, basic knowledge of poverty issues, and ability to work both independently and collaboratively.
The position is part-time (3 days or 21 hours/week) with paid sick and vacation time and the ability to work from home. Transportation is required for meetings around the state.
The last year has been an exciting time for APN with many new opportunities to empower the anti-poverty community and work for public policies that can truly prevent, reduce, and end poverty. The work has grown so much that APN needs more staff!