Depending on background and experience: $100,000-$115,000
What You'll Do:
Promote the Auditor General’s Office, our brand, our people, and our mission to provide impartial information, impactful recommendations, and stakeholder education to improve Arizona government for its citizens.
Develop and monitor an internal and external communications plan that uses a multifaceted approach to best reach stakeholders.
Recommend communication strategies for report design and written content, and for recruiting, retaining, and engaging with employees and prospective employees.
Draft annual reports, report highlights, internal employee-engagement messages, presentations, speeches, and messaging related to Office policies and procedures, and respond to public records requests.
Assist in planning and executing the Office-wide annual meeting, including creating content and printed and visual materials.
Interpret technical information to create and edit new content.
Lead and train communications team members, and coach, develop, and assist other team members on improving communication and presentation skills.
Assist in gathering information regarding pending legislation, assist in analyzing the effect of pending legislation, and communicate internally and externally about pending legislation.
What You'll Need:
Bachelor’s degree in communications, English, journalism, public relations, or similar field.
5 years of experience in communications, media and public relations, or similar field.
Strong executive presence.
Excellent writing, editing, proofreading, layout and design, and professional printing/publishing software skills, and the ability to present concepts verbally.
Excellent analytical, research, critical thinking, time-management, verbal and written communication, and interpersonal and negotiation skills.
Ability to make quick and independent decisions, solve problems, and work under pressure.
Strong interest in public service and improving State and local governments.