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Community Strategy Specialist

Job Description

Under the guidance of the Chief Strategic Officer, primarily responsible for coordination across internal divisions and with outside partners to assist in the creation and development of the crime victims website/mobile portal and Crime Victims Technology Coalition. The Community Strategy Specialist works with outside partners to assist in building a support network of volunteers to increase collaboration in ongoing content submission, and determine the appropriate linkage for all content submitted.

Assists in creation and coordination of the functionalities and content for the website including user feedback, interactive modules, glossaries, event management, resource links, organizational listings and volunteer submissions will be coordinated with the Technology Division.

Writing, editing and proofreading technical material for publication and content for user feedback in a variety of mediums that is clear, accurate, concise, and based at the appropriate reading level will be coordinated with the Justice Division.

Collaborates/shares ideas with internal divisions and outside partners to assist with ensuring information is current and assure that any educational information is up to date and compliant with Arizona and Federal law/rules.

Coordinates the collaboration of internal divisions and outside partners on the conceptualization, design and development of solutions to assure maximum public use and ease in accessing information on the site.

  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience in one or more of the following: communications, education, human services, law, public administration, or related field.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $40,000.00 /year

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