This position has been filled.
Friends of the Cheat, Inc., a non-profit, grassroots, watershed group based out of Kingwood, WV seeks a dynamic individual or team to take over the daily management, planning, and development of the organization’s web and print media, including the group’s two websites, blog, Facebook pages, print and electronic newsletter, e-mail communications, and special media associated with outreach and fundraising events and opportunities.
Computer Software and Content Management Systems: MS Office, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator (preferred but equivalents considered), WordPress, Google Services (Drive, Calendar, etc.)
Social Media Applications: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, MailChimp
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent organizational skills
Proven ability to meet and push others to meet deadlines
Experience with journalism, peer-editing, print material layout, and an eye for design are necessary for success. The ability to work independently while staying connected to the FOC team is key in addition to understanding non-profits and the local social landscape. Knowledge of water, conservation, recreation, and local and state issues is also very helpful. Superior applicants will have vision for how the position can strategically support FOC programs and initiatives.
FOC offers this position as a fixed-price contract with hours projected at up to 350-400 annually.
Interested parties should submit a cover letter, resume, list of 3 professional references, and a minimum of 3 work examples such as: writing samples, links to websites designed and/or managed, print and/or web material from educational, marketing, or fundraising campaigns, photography, videos, other print or web media, and presentations. Quality over quantity preferred. Creative applications encouraged. Electronic and hard-copy submissions (or a combination thereof) will be accepted until Wednesday, January 28th.
Send application materials to:
Friends of the Cheat, Amanda Pitzer, Executive Director – Amanda@cheat.org