SC Public Charter School District (SCPCSD)
What We’re Looking For
- We’re looking for a game-changing Communications Coordinator to join us in creating and growing excellent schools where they’re needed most in South Carolina. Our work isn’t for everyone. It requires courage and humility, a relentless belief in students, a tireless work ethic, and a willingness to put racial equity front-and-center. If this resonates with you, read on!
What You’ll Do
- Together with the Chief of Staff, develop and implement a marketing and communications strategy to drive the SCPCSD’s student-focused mission and to shine a light on the achievements of SCPCSD-sponsored schools
- Draft compelling print and digital content in support of SCPCSD communications goals, including website copy, one-pagers, marketing collateral and press releases.
- Create and manage SCPCSD social media content to drive the SCPCSD story across multiple social media platforms
- Draft and monitor social media, earned media and website analytics to measure the effect of communications strategies and campaigns
- Respond to media inquiries, pitch SCPCSD stories, and build and strengthen relationships with reporters to elevate the SCPCSD narrative and to showcase SCPCSD-sponsored schools’ accomplishments in the press
- Perform outreach to and build strategic partnerships with key stakeholders and influencers
- Relentless drive to do what’s best for South Carolina’s students—especially those who do not have access to quality school options
- Unshakeable, vocal belief in every student’s potential, regardless race or income
- Bachelor’s Degree (with preference to Marketing, Communications, English, Public Relations or Journalism)
- Solid understanding of effective marketing and communications (with preference for experience in education-related communications)
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- Ability to influence and connect through verbal communication
- Knowledge of coding and website management
- Strong time-management and organizational skills
The SCPCSD does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.