Manager, Communications

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Employer
CFSI
Location
Chicago, Illinois
Salary
Competitive nonprofit salary, benefits, flexiblity
Posted
Sep 22, 2018
Metro Area
San Francisco
Duration
Full Time

The Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI), the nation’s authority on consumer financial health, is seeking a Communications Manager with strong marketing communications experience across paid, owned and earned channels and a track record of working with entrepreneurial non-profits, startups and/or FinTech organizations. A primary responsibility for this role will be to execute the critical communications deliverables for the CFSI Financial Services Lab with additional opportunities to execute communication deliverables for other CFSI innovation programs.

The Communications Manager will report to the Senior Director of Communications, and will be a key member of the organization’s growing marketing communications team. CFSI is a fast-paced entrepreneurial and collaborative environment seeking colleagues who share our values of innovation, passion, excellence, impact and directness. Candidates can be based in any of the four markets where CFSI has offices—Chicago, New York, Washington D.C or San Francisco.  

CFSI leads a network of financial services providers, helping them develop and provide high-quality products and services that better meet the needs of consumers – especially those who are struggling. CFSI informs, advises and connects its network of financial services providers, innovators and thought leaders to seed the innovation that will transform the financial services landscape. The organization also runs the Financial Services Lab (FSL), a partnership between CFSI and JP Morgan Chase which seeks to identify, test and bring to scale promising innovations that can help improve financial health in America.

 
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manages the marketing of key communications deliverables for the Financial Solutions Lab, including print and digital marketing collateral, audio and video content, social media, case studies, and profiles. 
  • Supports the FSL program team with day-to-day communications tasks, including media response and outreach, editorial and profile writing, and event coordination.
  • Works closely with other members of the MarCom team to ensure coordination with CFSI’s broad corporate communications, digital output, social media, events, and network marketing efforts.
  • Supports content and agenda development for key CFSI and FSL events, including FSL cohort meetings, culmination events, and the annual EMERGE Financial Health Forum and Network Summit.
  • Serves as a direct marketing liaison to peers at FSL partner organizations, including JP Morgan Chase and the cohort founders/marketing staff, to develop strategic marketing plans and execute on programs.
  • Works with the Manager, Marketing to ensure the management of the FSL marketing budget.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 5-8 years of strategic communications experience, including media outreach, and media figure relationship management.  Fintech and/or entrepreneurial experience a plus.
  • Strong writing and organizational/ project management skills with ability to set and meet deadlines
  • Experience with presentation design and execution
  • Experience managing external design or production vendors preferred
  • Supervision/management of interns may be required over time

LOCATION
 
This role will be based in one of CFSI's offices: San Francisco, CA, New York, NY, or Chicago, IL.

 
EDUCATION
 
Bachelor’s degree or comparable experience.
 
Our mission is very important to us, and we would like to know why you would like to be a part of CFSI. Please submit a compelling cover letter and resume with your application. The Center for Financial Services Innovation is an equal opportunity employer. We provide equal opportunity employment to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.