Part-Time Marketing, Communications and Public Engagement Manager This newly created position at the **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. will be responsible for two core pieces of AJS’s portfolio—creating and disseminating all digital and offline communication needs (i.e. email, social media posts, press releases, advertising, and hard copy marketing) for our members; and for managing the administrative aspects of AJS public programs including the Distinguished Lectureship Program. Hours per week: 24 hours to start. Possibility of increasing hours over time pending additional funding and the addition of new programming. Benefits include: 403(b) retirement match, pro-rated number of paid timeoff and sick time accrual. AJS is closed on Jewish holidays. Flexible hours/schedule, pre-tax TransitChek option. Key Tasks and Responsibilities: Online/Offline Communications: · Create overall schedule and maintain a calendar for the organization’s marketing and communications needs. · Work with staff to generate content for regular email blasts · Create content for social media as well as a dissemination schedule and plan for regular online engagement. · Create content that both features the AJS’s many members as well as engages those members · Partner with branding firm and graphic designer to maintain integrity of the newly redesigned AJS branding. · Collaborate with AJS’s Membership and Conference Content Manager to identify new strategies for attracting individual and institutional partners. · Work in partnership with the AJS’s webmaster in crafting and overseeing content for the website, as well as work with our graphic designer on print materials. Distinguished Lectureship Program Management · Market the Distinguished Lectureship Program to a wide range of institutions, both academic and non-academic. · Oversee all aspects of the Distinguished Lectureship Program including the execution of contracts, correspondence with speakers and host institutions, and the administration of post-lecture surveys. · Market and oversee any new public programs as they are developed. · Work on-site at our annual conference which occurs 4 days every year in a different city in the U.S.