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Massachusetts Nurses Association

Massachusetts Nurses Association


Public Communications Division Assistant

Based in Canton, MA

 

Title: Public Communications Division Assistant
Reports to: Director of Public Communications

POSITION SUMMARY
Responsible for the performance of administrative functions primarily in support of the Division of Public Communications. Works cooperatively with other division assistants and associate directors within the association and is directly responsible to the division director.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITY

  • The division assistant provides services and support to the division director, the associate directors and print shop technicians to meet the division needs and support division goals.
  • An annual performance evaluation will be conducted by the Director of the Division.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinate the many responsibilities of the division’s staff in its various production units.
  • Coordinate print jobs and delivery of product with outside constituents/coalition partners.
  • Coordinate follow-up of outstanding projects when PC staff are out.
  • Coordinate print needs and mailings for regional managers.
  • Edit/proof member and non-member handbooks. Responsible for print material, assembly, storage and distribution of the information contained in handbooks. Coordinate the updating of print material contained with the division directors.
  • Edit/proof material produced for distribution by division director and associate directors.
  • Edit/ proof press releases, advisories, MassNurse and regional newsletters.
  • Research various clipping services and make recommendations to Division Director at renewal time.
  • Responsible for processing copyright requests for MNA print material.
  • Bill MassNurse advertisers and make follow-up collection calls for overdue accounts.
  • Bill for web job postings if not paid for by credit card.
  • Bill outside constituents for shipping of print jobs.
  • Maintain current distribution lists for disseminating press releases and advisories.
  • Contact media outlets to drive turnout to events.
  • Monitor website domain names to ensure timely renewal of MNA domain names.
  • Monitor and track each print job to ensure timely delivery.
  • Monitor website bulletin board to keep material current.
  • Assist when needed with postings to social media.
  • Monitor and track budget expenditures to ensure timely delivery to Finance to prevent late charges.
  • Monitor and track print costs for in-kind services.
  • Responsible for all MNA nurse mailings.
  • Monitor newspapers and news sites for MNA related or nursing media clips.
  • Maintains word processing and computer skills.
  • Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Minimum five years related experience (and two years business school/college preferred).
  2. Typing (minimum 55 wpm).
  3. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher programs.
  4. Familiarity with PRNewswire, 360 Media Watch and social media platforms desired.
  5. Good communication/interpersonal/organizational skills
  6. Excellent proof reading, spelling/grammar competencies. Knowledge of AP Style Manual standards.
  7. Must be able to function with minimal direction.
  8. Functions effectively in a very busy (often stressful) environment.
  9. Able to travel, on occasion, as work duties require.

LEVEL II

To Apply:
Send résumé to Shirley Thompson at: sthompson@mnarn.org

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