Communications Program ManagerNCASI
1. Communications Strategy and Implementation
a) Develop and implement the organization's comprehensive communications strategy considering the organization's various audiences (technical and non-technical, public and members) incorporating the use of multiple channels (print, email, website, video, social media).
b) Collaborate with NCASI scientists and engineers in the planning and development of timely, relevant content for NCASI communications vehicles.
c) Develop guidelines for authors of NCASI original work products to generate supplemental information for a less technical audience (e.g., bulleted highlights, abstract, summary, graphics, overview presentations), to be shared on the website and used in other communications vehicles.
d) Assess NCASI's various audiences to develop an understanding of their information needs and a strategy for tracking individual's areas of interest.
e) Develop and maintain a copyright policy and intellectual property policy for the organization.
f) Direct and oversee the activities of NCASI communications staff.
g) Hold confidential information in confidence.
h) Read, absorb, process, and communicate complex information.
2. NCASI Website and Social Media
a) Lead project to redesign the NCASI public and members-only websites. Oversee the work of external vendor hired to set up the new Web Content Management System and implement website design plans. Responsible for maintaining NCASI website and facilitating fresh relevant content.
b) Enable technical staff to curate and routinely update website content covering their areas of expertise.
c) Develop and maintain guidelines for staff who wish to post their work on social media outlets (e.g., Research Gate).
a) Support NCASI's focus on Membership Recruitment and the NCASI Foundation's fundraising efforts by developing comprehensive communications marketing materials.
b) Assist in responding to technical queries by NCASI clients and others in a competent and timely manner.
4. Information Technology
Oversee the IT services for the organization utilizing an outsourced IT services provider managed by the NCASI Communications Information Specialist.
1. Undertakes additional activities as assigned by the Vice President, Business Affairs.