Job Listing: Communications Coordinator

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Tudor Place - Washington, DC

Closes - Open until filled.

Position Title – Communications Coordinator

Salary - Based on Experience.

Job Type - Part-Time

For more info and to apply: Please email resume, writing sample, and cover letter including salary requirements to Helen Hubbard-Davis,
Director of Finance & Administration, at careers@tudorplace.org. Please include “COMMUNICATIONS
COORDINATOR” in the subject line. No phone calls please.

The Communications Coordinator advances the mission of Tudor Place through marketing and
communications by promoting the site and its activities across all platforms to generate visitation,
engagement, membership and donations. This position is an integral part of the Development &
Communications department, works collaboratively with all staff, and coordinates with both internal and
external constituents. A passion for history, fine and decorative arts, and public gardens and horticulture—the
stuff of an historic estate museum and garden—is essential.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Editorial
• Copy Editing: Collaborate with staff to edit and proofread external documents while maintaining
institutional voice: Tudor Times newsletter, Trustee updates, Annual Report, website content, appeal
letters, marketing materials, rental contracts, signage and digital promotion efforts.
• Photography and Videography: Serve as staff photographer/videographer and arrange professional
photography services for select activities. Increase, organize, maintain, and share in-house files of
promotional images.
• Style Guide: Contribute to Style Guide, encouraging its implementation in all writing and publications.


Digital Communications
• Website: Edit content, post events to the calendar, and contribute to the Website User Manual.
• Social Media: In collaboration with the “Sociables” team, create and curate content across platforms;
monitor and share user statistics with staff.
• Email Communications: Produce and distribute emails via Constant Contact.
• Analytics: Track results of posts, ads and other digital initiatives.
• YouTube: Manage and develop YouTube channel content.
• Innovation: Research new online communications tools and technologies, and propose appropriate
innovations to build Tudor Place's online presence and foster a sense of community.


General Communications
• Promote organization across public calendars and other platforms; develop unique opportunities, e.g.
podcasts, radio shows, etc.
• Identify, follow, and recommend relevant media at local, regional and national levels; maintain contact
information and lists.
• Attend, prepare for and participate in department and all-staff meetings, as assigned.
• Participate in set up/take down of events and programs, as assigned

EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
• A bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Marketing/Communications or equivalent
• At least three years of experience in professional editing and marketing, including website/blog
responsibilities
• Experience managing social media accounts with demonstrated results and visibility
• Email marketing experience including familiarity with Constant Contact or similar programs
• Experience cultivating relationships with local media, bloggers and influencers across spheres including
travel, garden, history and decorative arts feature writers
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
• Excellent writing, editing and communications skills
• Proficiency in digital design software (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop or similar programs)
• Proficiency in WordPress
• Familiarity with digital and marketing analytics
• Knowledge of SEO, Google Analytics, and Google AdWords
• Appreciation for the fast-paced and collaborative environment of a small museum
• Ability to manage multiple ongoing projects while consistently meeting changing deadlines; excellent
time management and organizational skills


WORK SCHEDULE
A flexible schedule of 20-24 hours per week is offered.


COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
Compensation is based on qualifications and experience.
Tudor Place provides excellent benefits to eligible employees, including paid leave, paid holidays, life
insurance, medical benefits, free on-site parking, and a staff Museum Shop discount.


TO APPLY
Please email resume, writing sample, and cover letter including salary requirements to Helen Hubbard-Davis,
Director of Finance & Administration, at careers@tudorplace.org. Please include “COMMUNICATIONS
COORDINATOR” in the subject line. No phone calls please.


Tudor Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer.