Graphic Design, Website and Administrative Office Duties
February 22, 2018
Part Time - Experienced
Open position for individuals looking for part time work and Mom’s and Dad’s with school age children looking to get back into the work place. The national Neurofibromatosis (NF) Network is looking for someone who is interested in working in a demanding dynamic rewarding team environment. Candidate needs a strong knowledge of Adobe products including, InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Experience in all Microsoft office products necessary. You will be responsible for updating the website, the social media promotions, including top social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & YouTube.
Candidate needs strong administrative and organizational skills, must be detail oriented, able to multi-task, ownership of work and have the capacity to work independently to achieve goals. Excellence in problem solving and communications with working IT knowledge will be necessary to maintain office computers and equipment. Nonprofit experience preferred. Candidate must be empathetic and will have contact with individuals and family members who have the diagnosis of a genetic disorder.
Maintain website through Content Management System
Create social media posts
Graphic design experience using Adobe Creative Cloud
Create designs for fundraising events
Create email blasts through Constant Contact
Some knowledge of Search Engine Optimization and Google analytics helpful
Assist with administrative office duties
Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
Must be on your way to having, or possess at least an Associate’s Degree
Neurofibromatosis Network was founded in 1988 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization to join together several independent state and regional NF groups wishing to work together on national projects.
The Mission of the NF Network is to find treatments and a cure for neurofibromatosis by promoting scientific research, improving clinical care, providing outreach through education and awareness, while offering hope and support to those affected by NF.