The Dermatology Foundation is seeking a communications and marketing coordinator who desires to work for a non-profit organization and have an impact on the DF’s presence among current and potential members/supporters.
This individual will report to the Deputy Executive Director and will be responsible for coordinating/arranging a wide range of timely and strategic marketing communications/activities. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to implementing or arranging the development of mass e-mails; brochures; the annual report; website updates/improvement and other creative direct mail pieces that further key fundraising initiatives or the Foundation’s brand.
This individual is also responsible for tracking and placing DF’s social media messages and will work collaboratively with DF staff and management to help create an updated website for the Foundation.
The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of full-time work experience in a non-profit or related organization supporting communications or marketing activities. The successful candidate will have strong project management and technology skills, and experience in working with marketing and communications plans. A bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing or a related field is strongly desired. A master’s degree is preferred.
Recent college graduates with an exemplary academic record and significant internship experiences are welcome to apply.
The Dermatology Foundation is a national, not-for-profit charitable organization that was established in 1964 to support the advancement of the specialty through research and education. It is a national organization headquartered in Evanston, Illinois. Dermatologists and corporations are generous in their support of the Foundation`s mission. The Foundation focuses on funding research that will advance patient care, and help develop tomorrow`s teachers and thought leaders. Through the generous support of physicians and corporate partners, the Dermatology Foundation has allocated over $70 million for dermatologic research. The Foundation receives annual support from member dermatologists, national and regional dermatologic societies, and industry. In 2018, the Foundation provided $2.6 in research award funding to new physicians and scientists embarking on academic and research careers.