The Walter Kaitz Foundation has an exceptional work environment with great benefits.
Provides marketing and strategic implementation of the Foundation’s activities.
Primary Job Duties/Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Assists in the development of the Foundation’s strategic plans and initiatives.
Manages, coordinates and implements various projects under the direction of the Executive Director.
Assists in the development of fund-raising strategies, campaigns and programs that ensure all fund-raising and financial goals are met.
On an ongoing basis, research general fund-raising trends and propose new strategies and initiatives, as appropriate.
Manages, supervises and implements marketing, communications and branding strategies for the Foundation’s platforms.
Oversight of the development and maintenance of the Foundation’s website and other electronic communications technology.
Assists in the planning and management of the Foundation’s annual fundraising dinner.
Manages and oversees the work of consultants ensuring that standards, processes and quality of work is being maintained at the highest levels.
In conjunction with the Executive Director, works with Members of Congress and policymakers on diversity and inclusion related issues.
Plans and implements the Foundation’s presence at industry meetings and events.
Designs, writes and implements the Foundation’s quarterly newsletter.
Establishes and maintains strong relationships with diversity partners and other organizations within and outside the internet and television industry.
Conducts community outreach to organizations representing diverse communities.
Develop and utilize value-in-kind (VIK) and pro-bono contributions to offset the Foundation’s operating costs.
Reports on programmatic activities of grantees by gathering feedback and presenting insights and identifying opportunities for continual improvement of funded programs and initiatives.
Assists in the review of funding proposals and makes recommendations for funding levels.
Ensures and oversees the timely publication of content to www.walterkaitz.org while deploying effective strategic communication.
Assists in the preparation of Board of Director reports, memoranda, letters and correspondences as necessary.
Qualifications & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree required.
At least five years relevant experience and/or transferable skills.
Proven management and marketing skills.
Proven budget management skills.
Creativity and demonstrated ability to problem solve.
Strong interest or expertise in diversity and inclusion issues.
Advanced interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Acute attention to detail.
Ability to work independently and prioritize work.
Analytical skills to create data gathering tools, evaluation of data and statistics and proficiency with spreadsheets.
Ability to collaborate with staff at diversity partner organizations.
Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Access and Excel. Some knowledge of Salesforce is desired.
Only applicants who submit a cover letter and resume will be considered.
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About NCTA - The Internet & Television Association
NCTA - The Internet & Television Association, formerly the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, the National Cable Television Association and, prior to that, the National Community Television Association, was chartered in 1952 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, where it had a membership consisting of 19 operators. Offices were opened in Washington, D.C., in 1953. In 1967, the name was officially changed to National Cable Television Association, and in 1981 the Association moved to 1724 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. In 2006, NCTA moved to its current offices at 25 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. NCTA’s Board of Directors changed the name of the association to The National Cable & Telecommunications Association in 2001 and as of December 2016, the Board approved a name and brand change to NCTA – The Internet& Television Association.
NCTA – The Internet & Television Association is the principal trade association of the cable television industry in the United States. Its members include owners and operators of cable television systems serving more than 85% of the nation’s cable television customers, as well as more than 200 cable program networks. The cable i...ndustry is also a leading provider of residential broadband service to U.S. households. Cable companies also provide state-of-the-art competitive voice service to more than 30 million customers.