TCASE is seeking a talented and innovative marketing and communications manager with strong organizational and communication skills who would like to work in a fun, fast-paced environment where member service is a priority. Be part of a culture and community that focuses on relationships and community.
If hired, you can expect to spend your day working in a comfortable, friendly work environment where we work hard and play hard. Come work where being on a team means something and everyone is valued.
You might be an ideal candidate for this position if you have stellar communication skills and have experience managing multiple initiatives in an association setting. If you like to be creative and think outside the box, this could be the opportunity for you. Enjoy the chance to create and shape membership recruitment and renewal campaigns, event messaging, website and online community messaging and manage TCASE social media initiatives. You could have a big impact in this role.
Candidates who will be considered will have a bachelor’s degree and at least three years marketing and/or communications experience. Association experience is highly desirable. Professional development is offered and is a requirement of the job.
TCASE offers a total compensation package including competitive salary, medical, dental and prescription plans, a defined contribution retirement plan, and generous paid time off.
Experience with MS Office programs and Adobe design programs is highly preferred.
Must be available to work Monday-Friday and must be available for occasional weekend and/or extended hours as required. Travel requirements include two conventions in February and July, and attendance at other meetings throughout Texas (1-2 nights for each).
Resume and cover letter required. Please indicate salary requirements in your cover letter. No phone calls, please.
About Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education
TCASE is a professional society comprised of approximately 1,200 members throughout Texas who lead special education programs in Texas public and charter schools.