Director, Digital Marketing

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Director, Digital Marketing

The Position

The Director of Digital Marketing will transform our organization’s digital infrastructure by leading the development and implementation of a contact database and digital communications strategy, and ensure successful adoption by influencing and motivating his/her colleagues to adopt and use these electronic platforms.

The Role and Major Responsibilities

Director of Digital Marketing will:

  • Lead and successfully manage a process to develop, implement and maintain a relationship management strategy for growing organization;
  • Ensure that a functioning CRM becomes part of the organizational infrastructure by collaborating closely with colleagues to achieve 100 percent buy-in and adoption;
  • Develop and execute a strategy to use differentiated channels to increase engagement with NACSA resources and information;
  • Manage the organization’s digital presence, including website, email and social media;
  • Collaborate across divisions to support the production of reports and resources;
  • Work closely and collaboratively with NACSA colleagues to advance the mission of the organization

S/he will report to the Vice President of Communications.

Qualifications
The Director of Digital Marketing will be a results-oriented and dependable “do-er.” S/he will achieve success by generating buy-in and support through collaboration and bringing creative solutions to obstacles.

Experience

  • A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver results in a fluid and time sensitive environment
  • A track record of building buy-in from multiple stakeholders to achieve ambitious goals
  • Education and/or mission-driven experience preferred

The perfect candidate has the following characteristics

  • An outstanding relationship builder with a customer-service mentality
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Analytical thinker with ability to organize complex information
  • Strong independent decision-maker and creative problem-solver
  • A multi-tasker, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Able to work at a fast pace without compromising quality or long-term goals
  • Comfortable using and learning new technology
  • Strong sense of personal responsibility and a “no excuses” mentality
  • Possesses a high level of self-awareness and actively seeks and responds well to feedback

 All staff members demonstrate alignment with NACSA’s Values

  • Quality Education – We are mission oriented and driven by the belief that all children deserve high-quality education options.
  • Excellence – We do A-level work and set a high bar for performance in order to achieve our ambitious goals.
  • Strategy – We begin our work with the end goal in mind, and align our priorities with NACSA’s Strategic Plan.
  • Initiative – We proactively bring solutions to problems and do everything possible in order to reach desired outcomes.
  • Community – We are part of an inclusive community that seeks opportunities for collaboration, considers multiple viewpoints and respects and values diversity.
  • Balance – We prioritize effectively to respect our professional and personal commitments and foster organizational and individual success.

Compensation
Between $80,000 and $100,000, commensurate with experience. Medical and disability benefits provided as well as the option to participate in a 401K matching plan.

Location
NACSA’s headquarters in Chicago.

To Apply
The review of candidates will begin immediately and continue on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications should consist of a current resume and cover letter tailored to this specific position and be submitted to jobs@qualitycharters.org.


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