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Bread for the World is seeking a deputy director to assists the director in developing a digital communications strategy to include enhancing and sharing digitally our message and brand as well as managing our digital platforms and tools in the most effective and efficient manner possible, developing creative assets and comprehensive communications campaigns to move our members and activists to learn, take action and donate to Bread for the World/Bread for the World Institute, and leading the digital team.
The deputy director will develop and oversee Bread’s digital campaign efforts to expand, mobilize and support the educational and advocacy objectives of Bread for the World/Bread for the World Institute with a focus on increasing engagement with a younger, more expansive, and diverse audience, including Latinos/as and Pan-African/African Americans; developing narratives and sharing the stories of those impacted by hunger and poverty, as well as the advocacy and mobilization efforts of congregations, activists and other members of Bread’s network; and collaborating with the deputy director, development and membership to support the digital fundraising effort.
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree in communications or political science with at least eight years of progressive digital communications experience and expertise including a sophisticated knowledge of digital tools and best practices to build and mobilize large donor and advocacy supporter base. Ace design skills with deep working knowledge of the latest graphic, animation, illustration and motion graphic editing tools and techniques. Five or more years of proven management and supervision experience, including direct management and supervision of a team and senior level staff.
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