Marketing & Communications
Full-Time· Mid-Level · $50,000 - $60,000/year DOE
While Federation’s team is currently working remotely, candidates should be located in or willing to relocate to the Greater Washington (DC, MD, and Northern VA) region. Flexible work options available.
The Jewish Federation’s professional team is mission-driven and committed to helping Greater Washington’s Jewish community connect with purpose. As a member of Federation’s talented Marketing & Communications team, the Marketing Project Manager will be a key driver of this work.
Your Role and Responsibilities as Marketing Project Manager
- Work directly with Federation colleagues to produce large and small-scale events and campaigns to engage key donors, stakeholders, and community members.
- Integrate Federation messaging and branding across print and online marketing materials.
- Write and edit a variety of materials, including but not limited to advertising, signage, greeting cards, postcards, invitations, email, newsletters, and more.
- Manage the production of swag and collateral materials, including postcards, signage, posters, greeting cards, stationery, etc.
- Oversee Federation’s annual advertising contracts and calendar to ensure timely and strategic ad placement, design, submission, and invoicing.
- Manage vendors, timelines, and budgets for multiple projects concurrently.
- Work closely with vendors and designers to confirm specs, estimates, and production timelines for collateral materials and swag items.
- Assist at events to supervise and handle marketing needs (signage placement, audio/visual requirements) and/or as needed (registration, set-up/break-down). Events may occur in the evening or on weekends.
- Assist fellow team members with projects as needed.
- Coordinate with the Marketing and Communications team and other colleagues to identify and curate relevant messaging and multimedia content from external and internal sources for use in marketing collateral.
Across all projects, your successful efforts will capture the attention of key stakeholders, including donors, lay leaders, and Jewish communal professionals.
Leading candidates will have a proven ability to manage projects on time and on budget.
Your Background, Qualifications, and Success Factors
- 2-4 years of project manager experience, preferably in a non-profit marketing and/or advertising environment
- Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, writing/public relations or related
- Demonstrable excellence in written and verbal communication skills (both written and oral) with proficiency in English grammar and usage
- Strong organizational and project management skills
- Proactive, efficient, and able to work on a variety of projects simultaneously, and to negotiate priorities and manage budgets.
- Strong people skills, able to get along with and work well with diverse personalities
- Experience with and commitment to the Jewish community, with a working knowledge of Jewish history, tradition and current events
- Thorough understanding of creative and production processes
- Working knowledge of design and graphics, including production requirements for print
- Proven ability to oversee projects from concept through layout, finished art and production phases to completion
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office required, experience with Microsoft 365 systems (OneDrive, Teams, etc.), Adobe Creative Suite, and/or email content management systems a plus
- Experience with, or willingness to learn, web applications including project management software and email management software
A People-Friendly Workplace
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington is an equal opportunity employer offering a people-friendly environment, including:
- excellent health care and retirement benefits
- generous time off
- flexible work options
- opportunities for continued professional development
- access to the JPRO Network, which connects, educates, inspires, and empowers professionals working in the Jewish nonprofit sector
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington envisions an open, connected, and vibrant Jewish community that cares for each other, fosters Jewish learning and journeys, embraces Jewish peoplehood and Israel, and acts as a force for good in the world. As a mission-driven non-profit organization, we work to inspire, build, and sustain vibrant Jewish life in a changing world by mobilizing our community in common purpose, intentional innovation, and effective action. Learn more at shalomdc.org.