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Social and Digital Media Manager
Do you herald the power of social and digital media to all who will listen? Do you enjoy championing social media and all the ways it can bring a company closer to its mission and goals? Are you organized, love engaging with people online, and know how to get attention and build relationships through online interactive platforms? If so, the National Council for Behavioral Health has a Social and Digital Media Manager position tailored just for you!
As the Social and Digital Media Manager, you would be responsible for all phases of social media and digital media project planning, design, and execution, and serve as an expert and champion for interactive platforms.
What you need for this position:
- A passion for championing social and digital media
- 5+ years’ experience managing social media and web-based projects
- Substantial experience defining and executing social media strategy and building experiences on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pintrest, LinkedIn, and others
- Proven ability to champion products and manage new product/service launches
- Demonstrative knowledge of web publishing and social media platforms, as well as experience writing for blogs
- Excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills
- Experience managing web analytics applications such as Goodle Analytics, Webtrends, Alexa, and/or comScore
- BS/BA required
- Distinct project management experience a plus
What you'll be doing:
- Identify opportunities and levers to enhance the user experience and drive consumer engagement
- Research and analyze the key performance indicators/metrics/analytics across key traffic sources, as well as monitor relevant online conversations
- Lead cross-functional teams to define product specifications, establish milestones, and manage the development, implementation, and evolution of the website and social media experience
- Collaborate with design and technical development staff to create key product improvements and experiences
- Monitor the competitive landscape, identifying and leading relevant market, website, and consumer needs
- Produce reports and offer recommendations to maximize site rankings and increase brand visibility
- Work with teams to design and deliver projects that meet the company’s strategic vision and business objectives
- Contribute to design, quality, and deployment of visual communications for interactive platforms
To apply, send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to HeatherC@TheNationalCouncil.org.
Join the National Mental Health First Aid Team: Director of Operations
Mental Health First Aid is positioned throughout the United States to become as common as CPR! Mental Health First Aid USA is currently recruiting for a Director of Operations in our Washington, D.C. office that will be responsible for the coordination of daily operational activities which include the following:
- Provide technical assistance and support to a network of over 2,800 instructors
- Develop and implement an innovative instructor network communication and engagement strategy
- Support the national growth and development of Mental Health First Aid through website enhancement, expansion of the number of Mental Health First Aid instructors and first aiders in the US and building partnerships with national organizations
The successful candidate will have 5 years of program development and/or training experience. Knowledge of behavioral healthcare is preferred but not required. Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills required. Candidates interested in becoming a member of the Mental Health First Aid team may email a cover letter including salary requirements and resume to Betsys@thenationalcouncil.org by May 30, 2013.
Human Resources Generalist
The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare, a non-profit organization with 51 employees, is the unifying voice of America’s behavioral health organizations. The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for handling the full HR function, leading Office Facilities and supervising the two organization Administrative Assistants. The HR Generalist will be responsible for processing payroll and handling compensation issues; team to manage benefit programs and benefits administration; support recruitment/hiring and new employee orientation/terminations; handle all compliance issues, such as state and federal employment law, maintain an Affirmative Action plan, and maintain personnel files; and support employee relations, including maintaining employee handbook. The HR Generalist will also be responsible for managing office equipment; office maintenance; oversight of office supplies and the kitchen; and direct supervisor of two organization Administrative Assistants who provide support for Executive Management and various other duties including answering phones, ordering office supplies and other administrative support. For a full position description, click here.
The National Council is searching for a dynamic individual to join our team. This individual will have a critical role in leading the Human Resources and Facilities functions of the organization. The individual will need to blend technical skills with the ability to meet detailed objectives while providing HR leadership for the organization. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is required; HR PHR certification is required; and at least five to seven years of HR experience is required. The National Council offers a competitive salary and very good benefits and is located above the Farragut North metro station in Washington DC. Interested individuals should email a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to HRresumes@thenationalcouncil.org. Principals only please.
The National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare’s annual conference for 4,000 attendees, is one of healthcare’s biggest and best-rated specialty conferences held in different locations across the U.S. every year. The National Council also conducts other live and online events and meetings throughout the year. We’re looking for an experienced Conference Associate, to be based in our Washington D.C. office, to manage all event registration (run through an industry-standard online platform and database) and support a wide range of customer service, management reporting, event planning, administrative, and marketing activities. The ideal candidate must have excellent organizational and communication skills and a keen eye for detail. We’re looking for a hardworking, dynamic person who can thrive in a fast-paced environment, perform under pressure, and uphold the National Council’s reputation for excellence and unparalleled customer service. Experience in managing registration for mid-to large-sized conferences is a must.
The National Council offers competitive pay and benefits, excellent location (right at the Farragut North metro station on the Red Line), a great team of people to work with, and opportunities for growth.
Email your cover letter and resume to Conference@thenationalcouncil.org by May 15, 2013.