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These organizations are seeking employees in gifted fields.
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SENG Online Communications Manager (virtual
office (work from home))
Small national non-profit seeking online communications manger.
This is a telecommuting position, as the non-profit does not have an
office. Executive Director lives in Northern New Jersey. Experience
with Constant Contact a requirement. Must also have very basic
knowledge of HTML and be familiar with Website editing software,
preferably WordPress. Do not apply for this position if you do not
have this experience. This position also handles e-commerce
activities and Webinar program.
This is an approximately 15 hour per week contract position, paying
$20 per hour. Hours are extremely flexible, although candidate must
be available regularly during normal business hours. Occasional
(once a month or less) participation in evening phone calls may also
Excellent attention to detail and ability to juggle multiple
projects are essential. Please send brief Web or email writing
sample with cover letter/resume. Respond to: liz.campbell @
sengifted.org. No telephone calls, please.
Posted March 12, 2013.
NAGC Manager, Parent Services and Communications
Not-for-Profit, membership organization focused on advocacy and
education on behalf of high ability learners seeks part time
communication specialist for new content development, editorial
oversight and outreach to national parent organizations and other
The Manager of Parent Services and Communications works closely with
the Executive Director and Senior Director of Membership and
Marketing to increase parent engagement by building awareness about
the organization and its parent resources, promoting content to new
audiences, and supporting current parent members. There may be the
option for telecommuting. The position breaks into four general
- Editor, Parenting for High Potential (PHP) – Responsible for
managing editorial and production for eight issues of the
publication per year. Four print issues in March, June,
September, and December and four digital issues in October,
January, April, and July.
- Website/information aggregation: Identifying and packaging
information that can be shared electronically and through other
dissemination vehicles; monitor parent communities, social
media, and a variety of websites related to parent issues.
- Parent outreach: Build relationships with parent
organizations (beyond the NAGC membership base) such as the
National PTA, homeschoolers association, MENSA, Head Start, and
the national talent searches.
- Communications: Raise visibility and distribution of
Parenting for High Potential with a variety of stakeholders;
work with staff and parent leaders to transition a rich
knowledge base into new parent member benefits, products and
services—to include “Parent Briefs,” awareness brochures, and
other collateral materials.
This is a part-time position (up to 29 hours per week) with the
option to telecommute.
NOTES: Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with Experience
|Ability to demonstrate understanding and knowledge of gifted
children, skilled at collaboration and building partnerships,
understanding of gifted education and knowledge of parent
perspective, and experience in matching expressed needs of
members and customers with products and services to meet these
|Strong editorial skills |
|Research and reference skills |
|Marketing and customer service orientation |
|Excellent written communication skills |
|Experience and comfort with social media, parent
organizations, communication alternatives |
|Experience working with volunteers and committees to create
new products and services |
|Familiarity with issues in gifted education, advocacy, and
parent challenges preferred |
|Experience with outreach and advocacy with culturally &
linguistically diverse parents and communities preferred |
|Masters in Gifted Education or related field preferred |
|Some travel required—to annual convention, affiliate
conferences, related education conventions as necessary|
Posted February 26, 2013.
March 12, 2013