Communications Specialist, full time
Primary Job Responsibilities:
- Coordinate organizational communications, including monthly e-newsletter and news releases
- Develop marketing/promotional materials for organization and its programs/services
- Expand program outreach through social media and an expanded online presence, such as new/additional resources on the website, etc.
- Maintain organization’s website
- Proactively seek out speaking or booth opportunities for the organization, and respond to all inquiries/opportunities for presentations or booths/tabling, and coordinate the speaker or staff/volunteer for the table as necessary
- Work collaboratively with staff to promote organization’s brand, programs and services
- Establish, maintain and enhance positive relationships with Mental Health Minnesota’s constituents, including ambassadors, donors, and partners
- Work to support and promote fundraising activities on behalf of the organization
We seek candidates who have strong oral and written communication skills, an ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders, an ability to be proactive and creative in communications and outreach work, good project management skills, and ability to work well both independently and as part of a staff team. Experience in website maintenance, social media, Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint are important as well. Graphic design in programs such as Canva preferred.
Bachelor’s degree preferred, but willing to accept professional experience in lieu of degree. As a mission-focused organization, we are seeking someone to join our team who has a passion for mental health.
Mental Health Minnesota offers generous PTO, a retirement account match, and health insurance (for full time employees).
Willing to consider applicants for a part-time role, dependent upon experience and ability to complete tasks as needed.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Mental Health Minnesota is hiring operators to staff the Minnesota Warmline. Operators are required to have completed the Minnesota Department of Human Services approved Certified Peer Specialist Training program. The Minnesota Warmline is a confidential and non-judgmental peer support phone line that operates Monday through Saturday, from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM. A variety of shifts are open. Click the link below for more information and to access our recently updated employment application. NOTE: If you have applied in the past, please submit a new application using this link.