Boston Area Rape Crisis Center Bilingual Marketing and Communications Coordinator in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Bilingual Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Cambridge, MA (https://www.google.com/maps/place/99+Bishop+Allen+Drive,+Cambridge,+MA+02139)
Min. Experience: Some Experience
Salary: $48,000 - $52,000
The bilingual marketing and communications coordinator works closely with the marketing and communications manager and other stakeholders to increase and bolster BARCC’s reach, engagement, and thought leadership. Drawing on their skills in online communication, this person will implement and evaluate communications strategies to further BARCC’s mission, with a special focus on increasing content for Spanish-speaking survivors and their loved ones. The coordinator will also build digital and print content in-house using graphic design, videography, writing, and photography.
Social media management (planning, monitoring, etc.)
Research, plan, write, and share content across BARCC social media channels (currently Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and WhatsApp).
Monitor and respond to social media engagement.
Create follow-up metric reports on a monthly basis.
Content production and implementation
Collaborate with multiple departments across BARCC to produce deliverables, including graphic design, photography, and video production.
Perform day-to-day administration (updating content, adding blog posts, creating forms, etc.) of the agency’s suite of websites, as needed.
Setting up, designing, testing, and scheduling mass e-mails.
Translate a variety of public-facing materials into Spanish.
Review BARCC translations that are outsourced to cross-check for accuracy and alignment to BARCC’s voice.
Collaborate with other Spanish-speaking staff to refine BARCC Spanish language lexicon.
Administration, project planning, and more
Support and inform organizational communications efforts with data tracking and analysis for social media, BARCC’s websites (via Google analytics), Google Adwords Express, e-mail, and media coverage.
Collaborate with the marketing and communications manager on project planning and task management.
Provide input and feedback on other Communications team projects and deliverables.
Participate and take notes in a variety of monthly communications meetings.
Estimated Time Allocation for each Function or Area of Work
Social media management (planning, monitoring, etc.) 30%
Content production and implementation 30%
Spanish-language communications 25%
Administration, project planning, and more 15%
Specific quantitative outputs required in FY22
Create and publish 4–10 social media posts per channel per week.
Attend 7–10 communications meetings (in some capacity) a month.
Oversee Spanish-language social media channel (WhatsApp)
Must be committed to BARCC’s mission and philosophy.
Minimum two years experience with communications/marketing and public relations/branding.
Excellent social media and management skills, including planning content and evaluating metrics for principal channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn).
Some nonprofit experience preferred, either in a former job capacity or volunteerism.
Written and spoken Spanish fluency required (native or near native capacity and focus on formal Spanish grammar. Bicultural experience preferred).
Some e-mail marketing experience with specific platforms, such as Mailchimp.
Some webinar setup experience, particularly with Google Hangouts and Zoom
High understanding of and skills in content creation programs for graphic design/video purposes, including Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere, as well as online collaborative platforms such as Canva and WeVideo.
Ability to collaborate with multiple departments and prioritize/juggle deadlines.
Flexibility is highly desired.
Expertise in area of focus
Must be able to work on a computer and engage in stationary activity for the bulk of the workday.
Must be able to work remotely with internet access (essential at least for this fiscal year)
What we offer
The opportunity to make meaningful change and improve the lives of others through mission-driven work, at all levels of the organization
Signing Bonus of $1,000.00
A pilot 32-hour work week to let our staff take a day to recharge, refocus, and revitalize, which are all key to continuing to make a meaningful impact for survivors.
Flexible work-from-home policies based on the latest public health guidance.
Starting salary range and benefits:
Salary: $48,000–$52,000 annually, d epending on experience and skills.
Total compensation package includes generous benefits options, such as:
Three weeks paid vacation
Hiring process and timeline Please submit via our online application system your resume and cover letter stating your interest and related experience to be considered for this position. No phone calls, please. The full hiring process will include a phone-screen interview, first-round virtual interview, and final team interview. Reasonable accommodation provided upon request.
About us We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable law.
For more information about BARCC, please visit barcc.org .