The primary responsibilities of the Communications Coordinator include managing the day-to-day marketing and communication duties as well as administrative functions of the organization, supporting and assisting the Executive Director and the staff with participant and parents activities and events.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Respond to inquiries from participating families and the public in a timely fashion by phone, email, and direct message
- Provide custom reports using Salesforce to sort and compile program data, narratives, and information
- Maintain office inventory to including ordering office and program supplies as needed
- Develop and maintain external parent communications calendar with support and feedback from program staff
- Assist with creating marketing materials for events, meetings, outreach activities and participant recruitment
- Manage the website and all social media sites and coordinate technology needs for participant registration
- Maintain and update all social media content, to include Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and LinkedIn
- Create documents using all Microsoft applications as well as Adobe inDesign, Canva and other applications
- Serve as liaison to represent and partner with other non-profit agencies at community events and activities
- Maintain bookkeeping and accounts – receivables/payables/invoicing/business receipts
- Generate financial reports for leadership and board review
- Reconcile participant registration dues, fees and payments on a weekly basis
- Checks management – create manual checks as requested, obtaining signatures, etc.
- Provide administrative support to the Executive Director and program staff as needed
Bachelor’s Degree in general business, management, marketing, or related field
Minimum of 1 year experience with QuickBooks application
Minimum of 1 year experience using a CRM platform, preferably Salesforce
Knowledge and experience using WordPress or similar open-source content management system
Strong oral and written communications skills
Excellent critical thinking skills
Strong organizational skills
Experience with youth-serving organizations
Knowledge or interest in the game of golf or golf management
Reports to: Executive Director
Supervises: All office volunteers and interns
Job Classification: Full-time/Exempt
Work Shifts: M-F, 9am-5:30pm and some after-school and/or special event hours may be required.
Compensation and Benefits: Commensurate with education and experience. Fringe benefits effective upon hire.
Submit a cover letter, current resume and (3) professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
First Tee Greater New Orleans is an Equal Opportunity Employer