The Digital Content Manager plays an integral role in promoting the work and mission of the Women’s Sports Foundation to a diverse audience across the organization’s digital channels.
Reporting to the Chief Marketing Officer, the Digital Content Manager contributes to the organization’s public-facing communications including original editorial content. He/she supports marketing initiatives and fundraising efforts, and helps promote WSF athletes, advocacy, research and programs through dynamic digital and social media strategy.
From $52,000 To $60,000
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, digital media or related area • 3-4 years hands-on experience with WordPress, web site architecture and user experience • Social media savvy and knowledge about brand engagement • Basic knowledge of HTML, CRM systems, CSS design, and cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility • Proficient using Microsoft Office Suite • Experience with MAC and Final Cut Pro for video editing and production • Experience with Adobe Photoshop, InDesign or similar programs • Strong understanding of women’s sports and female athletes • Excellent written communication and copyediting skills; strong attention to detail, with a keen focus on quality • Ability to manage concurrent projects with overlapping timelines
In 2015, the Women’s Sports Foundation adopted the “Hucles Rule,” a hiring guideline that states that an elite athlete must be interviewed for each WSF job opening. The Women’s Sports Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.
For immediate consideration, please forward a cover letter and resume as attachments in either Word or PDF to: Natoya Curd at HR@WomensSportsFoundation.org. Please indicate Digital Content Manager in the subject line to ensure proper delivery. No phone calls please.