Job title: Director of Communications & PR
Reports to: Chief Marketing Officer
Direct Report: Communications Team
About Preemptive Love
Welcome to the world’s most diverse community of peacemakers, Preemptive Love Coalition (PLC) stretches across Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Colombia, Mexico, and the United States to provide relief and leverage communities through job creation and social innovation. We provide food, water, and medicine to those who need it most, while violence is still happening. We create jobs, providing capital for refugee families to start businesses, coaching and leveraging their success through creating connections to the global marketplace. At the center of everything we do–every food delivery–every family we serve–is the pursuit of peace between communities at odds.
About the team
Content is the rocket fuel to Preemptive Love’s growth. Our global Communications team produces world-class digital and print content telling unforgettable stories of the people we serve, highlighting urgent needs around the world and the work we do to meet them, and equipping our community of donors to be peacemakers right where they live. We aim to be fast, nimble, willing to take risks and say hard things, and—above all—always inviting people to join us in the way of preemptive love. We are generalists united by our shared belief in the power of storytelling to change lives, and specialists highly skilled in written, video, and audio content production.
Essential Function: The Director of Communications & PR is a senior leadership role, responsible for overseeing Preemptive Love's content strategy to increase donor engagement with our peacemaking work around the world. This role manages all digital and print communications, leads a global team to create content representing our work, develops messaging guidelines to ensure brand consistency, and represents the organization to the media. The Director of Communications works closely with the Marketing and Dev teams to deliver content that drives revenue growth, and with the Program team to ensure that the work of the organization is represented in our content.
Competency—knowledge, skills and abilities:
Required education and experience:
Language requirements: Fluent in English
Physical demands: None
Travel: Intermittent travel will be required for insights and first-hand experience with programming and to participate in meetings and events that are not in the local/regional area.
Additional eligibility qualifications:
Affirmative action plan/equal employment opportunity (AAP/EEO) statement:
We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate against candidates on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, or veteran status. We strongly encourage and seek applications from people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ individuals, women, men, bilingual and bicultural individuals, veterans, and members of other minority or marginalized groups. Please see Equal Employment Opportunity for more information. Both the organization and employee agree to comply with the zero tolerance policy for any type of abuse, harassment, molestation, intimidation, or sexual and labor exploitation.
Disclaimer of Other Duties: Additional duties, responsibilities and activities may change or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice by direct supervisor based on organizational or programmatic priorities and goals.
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