Overview

Leadership and planning

 

• Represents PCAR with representatives of government, business, labor, and other organizations,

 

delivers speeches, and meets with legislative representatives to present organization’s viewpoints.

 

• Provides support and guidance about messaging to staff and consultants at PCAR, NSVRC, and

 

RALIANCE, as well as to other professionals working in the sexual assault and prevention arenas.

 

• Provides leadership in agency strategic planning processes, especially related to branding, identity,

 

and bus

 

Corporate Partnerships, Public Relations and Development

 

• Increases and safeguards the visibility and credibility of PCAR and provides leadership in areas of

 

reputation management.

 

• Identifies, engages, cultivates, solicits and stewards current and prospective corporate sponsors to

 

expand their financial support of the work of PCAR’s state and national projects.

 

Media

 

• Serves as one of primary external spokespeople for NSVRC and the PA Coalition, with particular

 

emphasis on high profile news stories and major news outlets.

 

• Comfortable with all types of interviews including live, taped, written, and telephone.

 

• Assists sexual assault programs in responding effectively to high-profile situations.

 

Public Policy

 

• Provides strategic vision and leadership to develop legislative priorities for state policy advocacy in

 

coordination with Public Policy Director.

iness development goals.

Qualifications

 

 

 

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) in Communications, Public Relations, Government Relations,

 

or similar area from a four-year college or university plus five years related experience and/or training

 

in communications. This position requires strong relationship-building and communication skills.

PCAR offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by September 13, 2019.