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POSTING DATE: June 3, 2015
CLOSING DATE: Until Filled
POSITION: Communications Director
DEPARTMENT: Communications
LOCATION: Washington, DC
HOW TO APPLY: DNCjobs@dnc.org

The Communications Director is responsible for managing and assisting in the development of the overall communications and messaging strategy within the Democratic National Committee. This position will oversee all internal and external communications, develop and execute a communications plan that strengthens the Democratic Party’s narrative, drive earned media and rapid response efforts and communicate the Party’s message. This position reports directly to the DNC’s Chief Executive Officer.

Responsibilities/Duties:
· Manage and oversee the Democratic National Committee’s Communications Team.

· Develop and promote the Democratic narrative, agenda and message.

· Serve as a national spokesperson for the Democrats and advise leadership, staff, and external partners on the construction, execution, and evaluation of communications strategies, messaging, and plans.

· Generate and enhance earned media and communications resources.

· Plan and execute events and strategies to further build interest, community, and engagement internally and externally.

Skills:
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
· Strong research skills and the intellectual curiosity to understand regulatory and legislative information.
· Strong interpersonal skills.
· Results orientation with the ability to work at fast pace and meet critical deadlines.
· Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years’ experience working in communications, public relations, or public policy development.
Requirements:
· Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in journalism, public relations, communications, marketing, or related field.
· At least two years of experience in journalism, communications, or marketing, with impeccable writing and reporting skills.
· Strong written and oral communication skills with both professional and consumer audiences.
· Solid understanding of and comfort with social media tools, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn, including knowledge of how to grow a social media following.
· Motivated, self-starter able to work independently as well as collaboratively with the Communications team and all DNC staff to advance communications objectives.
· Ability to multitask and work under tight deadlines, as well as creatively solve problems and look for efficiencies and ways to improve DNC’s communications and systems.

POSTING DATE: May 29, 2015
CLOSING DATE: Until filled
POSITION: Digital Organizing Director
DEPARTMENT: Digital
LOCATION: Washington, DC
HOW TO APPLY: Please click the following link http://my.democrats.org/page/s/digital-organizing-director

The Democratic National Committee is looking to hire a Digital Organizing Director to help expand and improve online organizing at state parties and campaigns across the country. The Digital Organizing Director will work alongside a team of digital writers, designers, and data analysts at the DNC to assist partner digital programs, conduct trainings, and develop initiatives to support field and constituency operations.

Skills & Qualifications:

Expert organizing and campaigning knowledge; should be familiar with email/digital organizing, communication, and volunteer recruitment best practices
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple complex projects, develop campaign plans, and meet targeted goals and objectives
Ability to work long hours, including nights and weekends
Excellent writing and editing skills with strong attention to detail
Familiarity with online organizing platforms (e.g. Blue State Digital, Convio, ActionKit)
Ability to work under deadline pressure
Passionate about engaging millions of Americans in advancing President Obama’s agenda, strengthening the Democratic Party, and changing the country
Bachelor’s Degree
Candidates must be willing to relocate to Washington, DC

Preference given for experience with:
Developing and conducting trainings
Statistical analysis
Staff management

POSTING DATE: May 29, 2015
CLOSING DATE: Until filled
POSITION: Art Director
DEPARTMENT: Digital
LOCATION: Washington, DC
HOW TO APPLY: Please click the following link http://my.democrats.org/page/s/art-director

The Democratic National Committee is looking for an experienced senior designer to help manage a team of designers working for our digital team. We run one of the most effective, creative, and innovative online programs in politics, and our design team is core to achieving the communications, fundraising, and organizing goals of the cause.

We’ll rely on you to create visually compelling, user-friendly and action-oriented design products to drive our multi-faceted campaigns, and to continue to grow and evolve the Democratic brand. We’re looking for a talented designer who is passionate and wants to apply his or her skills to a worthy cause.

Required:
Project management and organizational skills with a high attention to detail
Self-directed and motivated
Be effective in a deadline-driven workflow with varying priorities and stakeholders
Ability to manage a variety of projects while balancing brand advocacy with fundraising goals
Online portfolio of work for review
Advanced skills in Adobe Creative Suite
3-5 years experience (minimum)
Keen understanding of digital and print best practices
Usability Design/Information architecture experience

Preference given for experience with:
Designing infographics
Designing for Political or Advocacy groups
Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Word
Working knowledge of HTML/CSS
Experience managing projects with multiple designers involved
Experience managing large design projects from start to finish

Other details:
You should be ready to work hard; this isn’t a 9-5 sort of job
No design task is inconsequential for our team – you should be willing to chip in across the board
You should have the ability to work under deadline pressure and manage multiple projects
You should be passionate about engaging millions of Americans in advancing President Obama’s agenda and changing our country for the better
You must be in DC or be willing to relocate to the Washington, D.C. area

POSTING DATE: May 29, 2015
CLOSING DATE: Until filled
POSITION: Junior Designer
DEPARTMENT: Digital
LOCATION: Washington, DC
HOW TO APPLY: Please click the following link http://my.democrats.org/page/s/junior-designer

We are looking for a designer with strong typography skills to help maintain the brand message through all visual communications online and offline.

The ideal candidate has a passion for Minimalist design, has their eye on the latest web trends, and can demonstrate basic coding skills. Candidates should be able to design within an established brand identity system, while pushing the direction forward. Daily projects would include social media graphics, printed materials for events and press, photograph selection and collaborating with lead designer on larger web projects and campaigns.

You’ll work daily to engage millions of Americans to support President Obama and Democrats across the country, and coordinate with senior leadership to shape our brand.

Responsibilities:
Collaborate with digital team to execute design decisions for the DNC across digital and traditional platforms
Create digital graphics and branded collateral to support all departments of the DNC
Assist in photography selection and file maintenance for graphics
Design social media campaigns, and support digital initiatives

Required Skills:
Previous experience or an internship at an agency or in-house creative department preferred
High energy and positive attitude
A solid creative portfolio that features typography work and creative branding projects
Advanced Adobe skills
HTML/CSS

Additional Relevant Skills:
Illustration
Print Production
Consumer Products
Advanced front-end web design and coding experience

Other details:
You should be ready to work hard; this isn’t a 9-5 sort of job
You should have the ability to work under deadline pressure and manage multiple projects
You should be passionate about engaging millions of Americans in advancing President Obama’s agenda and changing our country for the better
You must be in DC or be willing to relocate to the Washington, D.C. area

The Democratic National Committee (DNC), is committed to diversity among its staff, and recognizes that its continued success requires the highest commitment to obtaining and retaining a diverse staff that provides the best quality services to supporters and constituents. The DNC is an equal opportunity employer and it our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and administer any and all personnel actions without regard to sex, race, age, color, creed, national origin, religion, economic status, sexual orientation, veteran status, gender identity or expression, ethnic identity or physical

Orlando Weekly
EVENTS & PROMOTIONS MANAGER

Who doesn’t love great parties, events & promotions?
Orlando Weekly is looking for someone to produce and promote our awesome events: Artlando, Great Orlando Mixer, Bite30, Bite Night, Zombie Ball, Puppy Love and more! This person is also responsible for coordinating and getting the word out about all of our promotions, and overseeing our events team, which is all over Central Florida, all the time, rep’n’ Orlando Weekly! If you are super organized, have boundless energy, understand marketing, promotions and events and LOVE ORLANDO WEEKLY, this could be the gig for you!

What Will You Do? At the core, you will be responsible for:

– Work closely with Events & Marketing Director and other members of the marketing team to determine the role for events/promotions in overall marketing strategy

– Develop, grow, and maintain strong partnerships with local and national businesses; vendors, community leaders, and internal partners

– Work with designers and writers or outside promotional agencies to develop creative theme and collateral for events and promotions

– Select venues for events and ensure they are safe and inviting and speak to the theme of the event and personality of the target audience

– Develop, implement, and manage event production timelines

– Coordinate promotions schedule and events team

What We Are Looking For:

Strong managerial and leadership skills enabling effective collaboration with other internal and external contacts

Established partnerships with area businesses, vendors, and venues

Thorough knowledge of Orlando’s alternative social scenes and media outlets

5+ years Event Coordination/Production and promotions experience

Strong communication, interpersonal, organization, time management & project management skills

Bachelor’s Degree

What You Get In Return:

Competitive Base Salary PLUS commission/bonuses!

Awesome work environment in downtown Orlando!

Comprehensive benefits package plus pet-friendly, professional development, and generous time off program!

Senior team that will support you and challenge you to be the best you can be and then some!!!

To apply, please submit a cover letter (include salary requirement) with resume to jobs@orlandoweekly.com. NOTE: any resume received WITHOUT a cover letter WILL NOT be considered.

MULTIMEDIA ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Orlando Weekly is a 24/7 multi-media and events company. We publish more than 50 magazines each year and keep Orlando up to date 24 hours a day with the hottest in local news, dining, arts & entertainment through orlandoweekly.com and all social channels. We also produce 10 major annual events and sponsor countless others through the year. We are all over town, all the time!

Orlando Weekly is looking for BAD ASS SALES PROs who have a no-holds-barred approach to selling consultatively and collaboratively to a diverse, intriguing and engaging group of clients multi-platform advertising solutions including digital advertising (email, banner advertising, social media, mobile, etc), print advertising, event sponsorships and glossy publications.

A Multimedia Account Executive is responsible for:

Prospecting: minimum of 20 leads per week
Completing a minimum 125 outbound sales calls and securing and conducting a minimum of 12 outside appointments per week
Develop and maintain positive relationships with clients – local retailers, bars & restaurants, agencies, & major accounts
Communicate the benefits of our audience-based marketing solutions as they relate to each need and selling appropriate campaign
Create, manage, and monitor advertising campaigns
Requirements for a qualified Multimedia Account Executive:

Successful candidates will possess an outgoing, entrepreneurial, and assertive disposition; are driven to outperform goals and peers; resourceful; and are ready to work hard and play hard because that’s what we do!

Have 2-5 years of experience in outside B2B sales, retail or service industry experience; media sales experience is preferred
Solid understanding of the online marketing/advertising industry
Proven history of meeting or exceeding revenue goals
Moderate proficiency with MS Office, PC, tablets and smartphones
Valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and insurance
Some college, Bachelor’s degree preferred
Be very familiar with Orlando Weekly, its websites, its events, and Orlando and surrounding area

Compensation:

$50,000 is the average first year compensation; what you put in, is what you will get out. We want our executives to be successful, so we don’t put a cap on their earning potential.

We Provide:

Casual, dynamic and fun work environment
Sales training
Medical, dental, vision and life insurance; flexible spending accounts; 401K
Generous paid time off to include your birthday and 20 days PTO after four years
Interested and qualified candidates please submit resume with cover letter indicating salary requirements to: jobs@orlandoweekly.com

JOIN OUR EVENTS TEAM

Would you like to work at festivals, parties, and at other cool events?

We are looking for people to represent Orlando Weekly and be ambassadors of the brand!

We need someone who goes to represents OW at a booth, hands out flyers, hangs up posters and takes pictures!

Must be an interactive, high-energy individual who is enthusiastic about promoting OW!

Events-based, 21+, $10 hr

Who should join?

College students, promoters, promo models, part-time workers!

Tell us why you want to join: rhoyle (at) orlandoweekly.com

GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERN

Looking for a Graphic Design Internship? Well we’re looking for you. Orlando Weekly is currently looking for an intern who can create print advertising for Orlando Weekly, BITE, and Annual Manual as well as work on in-house collateral. You should know how to use Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, and Acrobat on a Macintosh platform. You must be a student requiring an internship for course credit. All internships are unpaid.

Email resume and a link to sample work to:

ssloan@orlandoweekly.com

No phone calls please.

MARKETING & EVENTS INTERNSHIP

Want to be behind the scenes of the city’s coolest events and promotions? If you are outgoing, organized and and eager to gain experience in marketing, and events, then we want to hear from you!

Tasks include: social media coordination, event promotion, setup, onsite and online promotions, e-newsletter/giveaway coordination and much more.

This is an unpaid internship and all candidates must be enrolled in school (preferably 21+ years old). All majors are welcome.

Internships are available during the fall, spring and summer semesters.
To apply, e-mail cover letter and resume to aicaza@orlandoweekly.com and let us know why you are the best!

FREELANCE WRITERS

Know the difference between reporting the facts and writing a story? Orlando Weekly takes pitches for freelance news, arts, music and feature stories. If you’ve got a story idea that you think is a good fit for our publication, we’d like to hear from you. E-mail us at esullivan@orlandoweekly.com.

No phone calls, please.

EDITORIAL INTERNSHIPS

Interested in learning more about alternative journalism? Then apply for an editorial internship at Orlando Weekly . Our interns help produce Orlando’s free alternative news weekly by fact-checking, conducting research, doing data entry and writing short pieces. To participate, you must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program and be able to earn academic credit. All majors are welcome. Internships are available during the fall, spring and summer semesters. All internships are unpaid. To apply, e-mail us at esullivan@orlandoweekly.com.

Fax: (407) 377-0420.

No phone calls, please.