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City of Folsom
Digital Communications and Marketing Specialist
The City of Folsom is ideally located in the beautiful foothills 20 miles east of Sacramento, close to Lake Tahoe, and is rated the #1 place to raise a family. Under direction from the Communications Manager, the Digital Communications and Marketing Specialist plans and implements a wide variety of communications and marketing projects including social media management, website management and maintenance, writing, event planning and branding.
Minimum qualifications include the equivalent of: a bachelor’s degree in marketing, advertising, public relations, journalism, graphic design or a closely related field from an accredited college or university; two (2) years of full-time experience directly related to the position; and additional related experience may substitute for the educational requirement on a year for year basis.
Salary for this position is $48,007 – $73,270 annually, non-exempt. Outstanding benefits significantly add to total compensation, including CalPERS retirement, generous health care coverage for the entire family, and substantial paid leaves.
APPLY BY JUNE 28, 2018.
California Dept. of Public Health
The Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch (MCSB) is one of three state offices charged with regulating the commercial cannabis market in California. This position is a Communications Specialist within the Education, Training and Outreach Unit, the communications hub of the branch which manages stakeholder outreach, internal and external communications, event planning, media responses and more.
The Communications Specialist will be responsible for developing communications tools to inform and engage key audiences – both internally and externally. By crafting smart, engaging content, this team member will educate cannabis manufacturers on regulatory requirements, internal team members on branch functions, and the general public on efforts to ensure safety of operations and products. This position requires effective communications (both orally and in writing) in dealing with both external and internal audiences, and development of regulatory knowledge unique to this office.
The ideal applicant is a strong writer, is positive and self-motivated, and has the ability to work well under pressure and in an ever-changing environment.
This is an exciting opportunity to help build a communications program from the ground up and be part of the team implementing a regulated cannabis market in the fifth largest economy in the world.
APPLY BY JUNE 13, 2018.
The Communications Consultant will play a key role on the Outreach and Communications team. This team member will help execute outreach and communications projects for a range of clients and projects, including the Coordinated Care Initiative and Health Homes Program, on behalf of the State of California. The Communications Consultant may work with a variety of clients and stakeholders, including providers, clinics, managed care plans, and community-based organizations to ensure that communications and outreach projects are completed within the stated timeframes with the highest quality work. They will also contribute to drafting and creating content and materials and managing projects to completion. The Communications Consultant also supports an outreach team who works throughout California.
The Communications Consultant must be able to implement communications and public affairs strategies. They must also be able to effectively translate complex policy ideas into easy-to-understand messages for multiple audiences and help identify appropriate strategies for delivering those messages.
APPLY BEFORE MAY 31, 2018.
Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS REPRESENTATIVE
Monthly Salary: $8017 – $9705 Plus excellent benefits
Central San, a progressive public utility, is seeking a passionate Community Affairs Representative who will focus on developing and implementing comprehensive pollution prevention and environmentally-focused student education programs for K-12. Duties of the position will include developing, testing, planning and implementing a variety of student and public education programs, project, and activities; speaking to groups and individuals regarding District programs, services, and initiatives; participating in the development and production of a variety of publications and other marketing materials; and planning and developing a variety of outreach events and campaigns.
Education and Experience:
Four years of increasingly responsible experience performing public relations and/or community outreach functions in a public or private organization.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in public relations, journalism, English, communications, or a closely related field.
Possession of a valid California Driver’s License. A valid out-of-state driver’s license will be accepted during the application process. Must possess a valid California Driver’s License within 90 days of appointment.
A District application and supplemental questionnaire must be filed by 5:00 p.m. May 25, 2018.
For a detailed job description and application, visit our website.
An Equal Opportunity Employer Encouraging Workforce Diversity
County of Placer
Director of Communications & Public Affairs
Distinguished Characteristics: The Director of Communications and Public Affairs level recognizes a single position class that assumes responsibility for planning, organizing and directing the civic engagement, media communications, issues management, special events and neighborhood outreach services for the County. This position is distinguished from other positions assigned to public relations by the difficulty and complexity of work assigned and the overall responsibility to oversee and administer such programs. This position serves at the pleasure of the Appointing Authority having no specified term and no property right to continuous employment and can be released without cause.