SENOR DIGITAL MARKETING STRATEGIST
Theîi Digitaluiu of the small marketing team dedicated to increasing awareness of the services provided by Ohel and our impact on the community, in both the New York metro area and nationally.
Working collaboratively with the team, you will help to build a long-term marketing strategy for this nonprofit, focusing on email, web, and social media platforms. You’re a hands-on marketer who is excited to both think big and do the daily legwork, whether it’s writing posts for social, digging into analytics, experimenting with a new digital strategy, or creating a new campaign to drive awareness of our organization’s impact.
Create and develop a strategy to amplify Ohel’s reach through social media.
Write and/or edit copy for emails, website, and ads, both digital and print.
Own goals and performance metrics for social media campaigns; monitor regularly to understand the effectiveness of the strategy, making recommendations for continuous improvement.
Coordinate with other departments and seek out content/stories. Must be good at building and maintaining relationships.
Understand and enforce social media, data, & email best practices
Initiate and maintain ongoing contact with internal partners in order to ensure needs are understood and satisfied.
Maintain relationships with outside vendors
About Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services
For more than 50 years, Ohel has provided transformative social services and mental health services to communities in the New York metropolitan area. Beginning as a small foster care agency for Jewish children, today Ohel is a multi-faceted agency that meets the diverse and growing needs of the Jewish and wider communities in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey, and communities across the country.
Ohel’s more than 1300 dedicated professionals provide services and programming for more than 20,000 clients every year. Our services transform the lives of children and adults with mental health challenges, seniors, individuals with developmental disabilities, children in foster care and women who have experienced domestic violence.