Do you pride yourself on your great attention to detail and strong design and writing skills? Are you looking to join a growing organization where you can make an impact? If so, let’s talk.
The National Propane Gas Association is looking for a Manager of Communications to join their team in Washington, DC. This person will ensure effective communication efforts with both external policy makers and internal industry stakeholders. This position also supports the Vice President of Communications and staff while serving as a project manager and strategist. This position will report to the VP, Communications. Full-time position with benefits.
What You Will Do
Work with NPGA team to develop and deploy op-eds and other materials to promote the benefits of propane to media, legislators, policy makers, and other influential audiences.
Work with federal legislative and regulatory team to provide assistance with Propane Days, and developing media toolkits on major issues in support.
Work with state affairs team to provide crisis communications support to state/regional associations.
Solicit content and oversee design for association’s publications, including weekly e-newsletter, quarterly 90 Day Critical postcards, Impact postcards, NPGA Director’s Reports, NPGA’s annual report, and other industry communications.
Work with staff to generate key content and strategy for association’s website.
Serve as lead on all social media generation.
Work with the Meetings Department to assist with designing, editing, and dissemination of promotional and educational materials for the NPGA Expo and other meetings.
Staff NPGA booth at occasional trade association conventions for related industries.
Perform other duties as assigned.
What You Bring
A minimum of two years of experience in communications, graphic design, marketing and/or public relations.
Design experience with desktop publishing software, specifically Adobe Creative Suite or Canva.
Experience managing a WordPress website (both public facing side and member facing side).
Experience managing and developing content for LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.
Outstanding writing, editing, and proofreading skills.
Associate or Bachelor degree preferred.
Experience in a trade association is highly desirable.
Travel may be required 4-6 times per year.
Proactive, self-starter who takes initiative.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to quickly learn all aspects of the propane industry.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
About National Propane Gas Association
The National Propane Gas Association is the national trade association of the propane industry. NPGA represents approximately 2,500 companies, including producers, wholesalers, transporters, and retailers of propane gas as well as the manufacturers and distributors of associated propane equipment and appliances. 60 million Americans choose propane as their energy source. For more information about NPGA and the propane gas industry, visit NPGA on the Internet at www.npga.org.