[Nfbnet-members-list] Fwd: Employment Opportunity: Manager of Marketing/Outreach for Sponsored Technology Programs Baltimore

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Thu Jan 26 20:23:16 UTC 2012

>This is Scott White, Director of Sponsored 
>Technology Programs for the National Federation 
>of the Blind. I wanted to write to make you 
>aware of a current opening for the Manager of 
>Marketing/Outreach for Sponsored Technology 
>Programs at the National Center. Please see 
>below for more information on responsibilities 
>and qualifications for this opportunity.
>Thank you.
>Scott White
>Manager of Marketing/Outreach for Sponsored Technology
>Under the supervision of the Director of 
>Sponsored Technology Programs the Manager of 
>Marketing / Outreach for Sponsored Technology 
>will have the primary responsibility for 
>widespread adoption of the NFB-NEWSLINE(r) 
>service throughout the United States.  The 
>manager will perform marketing/outreach 
>activities for NFB-NEWSLINE to state sponsors, 
>current subscribers, potential subscribers, and 
>other stakeholders in the print disabled 
>community.  Additionally the manager will also 
>assist the Director of Sponsored Technology with 
>other sponsored technology activities as needed.
>Develops and updates all NFB-NEWSLINE promotional material
>Assists the Sponsored Technology team with the 
>distribution of NFB-NEWSLINE promotional material
>Assists the Sponsored Technology team with 
>training sponsors on the use of promotional 
>items and basic sponsorship logistics
>Develops/implements marketing plans for 
>NFB-NEWSLINE and tracks their effectiveness
>Researches potential funding sources and 
>prepares grant proposals when appropriate
>Provides leadership to sponsors / potential 
>sponsors in development of proposals for funding
>Recommends NFB-NEWSLINE feature enhancements and 
>initiatives to the Director of Sponsored 
>Technology based on sponsor/subscriber feedback
>Builds partnerships with sponsors and other 
>stakeholders in the blindness community relating 
>to marketing/outreach of NFB-NEWSLINE
>Prepares communications to sponsors and subscribers, including newsletters
>Prepares communications to the media such as press releases
>Exhibits NFB-NEWSLINE at conferences attended by 
>potential subscribers and other stakeholders in the print disabled community
>Plans and conducts trips for the purpose of 
>NFB-NEWSLINE marketing/outreach across the country as needed
>Assists the Sponsored Technology team with the 
>planning and conducting of sponsor/subscriber training sessions
>Skills Required:
>Ability to set priorities and establish work routines independently
>Ability to execute multiple tasks efficiently and effectively
>Ability to self-manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines
>Excellent oral and written communication
>Ability to learn quickly
>Ability to conduct oral presentations to small and large groups
>Ability to communicate well with a wide variety 
>of people and to trouble shoot problems
>Knowledge, or ability to acquire knowledge, 
>through independent research on stakeholders in 
>the print disabled community with respect to 
>marketing/outreach of NFB-NEWSLINE
>Demonstrated skill in use of Microsoft Office 
>Suite, including Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, and Outlook
>Ability to perform basic computer tasks required 
>for the efficient operation of a business office
>Ability to efficiently and effectively conduct 
>Internet research to extract relevant concise 
>details on the subject matter being investigated
>Ability to analyze a volume of information and 
>present only the important key concepts.
>A High School diploma is required.  Other 
>combinations of education and experience 
>demonstrating qualifications to perform the work will be considered.
>Some out-of-state overnight travel is required.
>There are no “positions” at the National Office 
>for many of our jobs.  Candidates are hired on 
>the basis of their education and experience 
>ratings and performance in multiple interviews. 
>We seek individuals who long to identify with a 
>cause and to assist in advocacy for a group long 
>denied equal opportunity to succeed or fail on 
>the basis of ability, not be denied opportunity 
>on the basis of society’s 
>stereotypes.  Applicants should send, preferably 
>via e-mail, a résumé and cover letter indicating 
>salary requirements to:  Anthony Cobb, Director 
>of Human Resources, National Federation of the 
>Blind, 200 East Wells Street at Jernigan Place, 
>Baltimore, MD 21230; telephone 410-659-9314, 
>ext. 2281; fax 410-685-5653; e-mail 
><mailto:Acobb at nfb.org>Acobb at nfb.org 
><mailto:Acobb at nfb.org>.  The National Federation 
>of the Blind is an equal opportunity 
>employer.   Accordingly all terms and conditions 
>of employment will be carried out without regard 
>to race, creed, color, religion, gender, sexual 
>orientation, nationality, marital status, age, or disability.
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