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    About the Position:
    In this position you will serve as the communications policy executive and advisor to the Director. In the absence of the Public Affairs Director, advises the Command's public affairs program with responsibility for planning, designing, and the execution of campaigns and products to augment current and future outreach activities and information dissemination.

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    • Exercise advanced marketing and promotional techniques including the development and publicity for special events.
    • Prepare news releases on varying complex, perhaps contentious, high visibility, and often-strategic international security education issues, with responsibility for requesting translation into other languages as well.
    • Develop international media lists and structures supporting materials and templates such as press release forms and broadcast email/fax lists.
    • Conduct comprehensive internal/staff communications program to include development, design and maintenance of staff intranet site and emergent notifications to staff members.
    • Develop briefings and training for Center personnel on public affairs topics such as media training, publications, media coverage, social media and other topics as needed.
    • Serve as the primary spokesperson in all media matters and is the command representative for marketing the Marshall Center.
    • Represent the Director or Deputy Director at councils, boards, hearings, and meetings with responsibility for delivering speeches and Command statements.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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