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Council Member Ritchie Torres
Council Member Ritchie Torres is seeking a Communications Director to oversee the strategic communications of his office.
A lifelong son of the Bronx and the first openly gay candidate elected to public office in the borough, Council Member Torres is committed to advancing aggressive and forward-thinking policy initiatives while providing the highest quality of services to his constituents.
The Communications Director will oversee messaging, press and public outreach, and social media promotion of the Council Member's legislative and district-based work.
Reporting directly to the Chief of Staff, the Communications Director will:
Formulate strategic plans to guide all communications initiatives based on expanding reach and impact
Initiate contact with and respond to inquiries from print, radio, and television journalists
Pitch story ideas and provide information to generate positive media coverage
Oversee the writing and development of all press materials including press releases, press advisories, and op-eds
Manage all aspects of the Council Member's social media presence and online content
Plan and execute special events and initiatives
A bachelor's degree, preferably in communications or a relevant field
Excellent editorial command, including strong written and oral skills
Ability to work independently, handle multiple priority projects and meet deadlines
Prior experience working for labor, political or issue-advocacy organization or campaign
Demonstrated commitment to social and economic justice
How TO APPLY:
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and two press related writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than March 15. No phone calls, please.