Marketing Communications Coordinator Posted Nov 30
The Climate Registry , Los Angeles, CA
 
The Climate Registry (TCR) builds and operates GHG reporting programs that generate high quality, consistent, and credible data to help organizations and governments become more efficient, sustainable and competitive. Members that report their emissions to TCR include corporations, non-profit organizations, municipalities, state agencies, and other entities. More information about TCR is available at www.theclimateregistry.org.

The Climate Registry offers a hands-on, fast-paced work environment, and potential for growth and advancement. This position provides the opportunity to join a team playing a leading role in developing climate change policy in North America and worldwide.


Primary Responsibilities

The Marketing Communications Coordinator position will report to the Director of Special Projects and will be responsible for assisting in the implementation of a comprehensive marketing communications strategy for TCR’s events and programs, which include the Water-Energy Nexus Registry, the Climate Leadership Conference and Awards, TCR’s voluntary reporting and state agency programs, Cool Planet Project and the annual delegation to the UN Conference of the Parties (COP).

The position's responsibilities include helping to meet established objectives through marketing communication activities that include email and content marketing; website optimization; digital advertising; copywriting for web and print publications; and more.

Membership communications. Work with the Director of Special Projects to identify and implement marketing communications initiatives that showcase and promote the climate leadership of our members and partners, including the participants in the Water-Energy Nexus registry, state agency reporting program, voluntary reporting program, and Cool Planet Project.

Strategic partner marketing. Develop relationships with our members, partners, and board jurisdictions and provide them with materials to amplify TCR’s brand and messaging.

Email, content and digital marketing. Work with the Director of Special Projects to develop targeted email campaigns as well as high-quality content (e.g., blogs, case studies, success stories, white papers, social postcards, infographics, newsletters, and reports) that showcases TCR’s thought leadership and community of best practice. Implement digital advertising strategies (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Google ads) to promote this content, and create and manage social media content.

Website maintenance and SEO. Oversee website development and content updates, manage search engine optimization and analyze and report on website user activity.

Event support. Assist with developing conference collateral and materials, including video and photography, web content and post-event digital content.

Assist with other marketing communications tasks as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s Degree
• At least 2-3 years of nonprofit communications/marketing experience
• Proficiency with Mailchimp, MS Office, WordPress and Google Analytics experience
preferred
• Team player, effective multi-tasker, great organizational and project management skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• An active participant in various forms of social media and have a track record for delivering results through these channels as well as knowledge of online communications strategies and best practices
• Ideally, some subject matter expertise in climate change, GHG accounting and environmental sustainability, and an interest in combating climate change


COMPENSATION
The Climate Registry offers excellent opportunities for personal and professional growth. Position is open to contractors or full time employment (minimum 30 hours/week). The position is based in Los Angeles.

APPLICATION PROCESS
The position can begin immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. All eligible applications will be considered, however, no travel or relocation assistance is available.

Interested candidates should e-mail the following documents to:
hr@theclimateregistry.org

• Cover letter
• Resume
• Relevant writing sample (maximum of five pages

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