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Communications Specialist, Multicultural Health, American Indian/Alaska Native Audiences
ICF is a mission-driven company filled with people who care deeply about improving the lives of others and making the world a better place. Our core values include Embracing Difference; we seek candidates who are passionate about building a culture that encourages, embraces, and hires dimensions of difference.
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We’re currently hiring for a Multicultural Health Communications Specialist-American Indian/Alaska Native Audiences.
As a Multicultural Health Communications Specialist-American Indian/Alaska Native, you will:
Have an understanding of multicultural communications, importance of addressing health disparities and strategies for communicating with vulnerable populations through social marketing.
Focus on supporting campaigns and projects that are designed to reach and engage American Indian/Alaska Native tribes and nations.
Support project teams to support development, execution and evaluation of communication programs and products.
Support audience-centric support for partnership programs, earned media activities, social media engagement and paid media efforts.
As a Multicultural Health Communications Specialist-American Indian/Alaska Native, you will have:
Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Advertising or related majors.
4-6 years of directly applicable experience, preferably in a communications or PR agency setting, or 2 years plus advanced degree.
Experience in supporting strategy development and executing American Indian and Alaska Native health-related and behavior change campaigns.
Interest in working with federal health agencies, such as the Office of Minority Health, National Institutes of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, among others.
Knowledge of and experience with media targeting American Indian and Alaska Native tribes and nations.
Knowledge of and experience collaborating with organizations focused on American Indian and Alaska Native tribes and nations.
Experience writing content for a variety of channels including collateral materials, social media, websites, and other materials.
Excellent verbal, written, organizational skills, and ability to interface effectively with all levels of the company and client.
Ability to work collaboratively with diverse teams and team members.
Job Location(s): Within the current landscape, this role will be supported remotely.
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Rockville, MD (MD18)