Employment

We’re hiring!

We are looking for a Communications Director.

Change The Story (CTS) is growing our team! CTS is looking for a highly motivated, organized, and skilled individual with demonstrated communications experience to join us in changing the story for women (and men) in Vermont. Working as an integral part of the CTS team, the Communications Director will help to articulate CTS’s values, priorities, and mission across multiple initiatives, advocacy efforts, and platforms—print, broadcast, and online media. The Communications Director will guide strategy and planning for all external CTS communications, including developing and executing strategies to increase the influence and presence of CTS and its partners, maintain CTS’s reputation as a leading source of information about women’s economic status in Vermont; and galvanize broad support for CTS goals.

This is a 30-35 hour position, based in Burlington and requiring some travel around the state.

Download the full position description here.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Salary negotiable; range $40-52,000. Benefits include medical, dental, disability, and life insurance; 401(k); and vacation, holiday, and sick leave. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

To apply, email a cover letter, resume, a traditional writing sample (i.e. a press release, blog post, op-ed, etc.), and a social media post sample to tbluemle@changethestoryvt.org.

Include in the subject line of the email: your last name and Communications Director.  In your letter please indicate where you learned of the posting.

ABOUT CHANGE THE STORY

Change The Story (CTS) is a multi-year initiative to align philanthropy, policy and program to fast-track women’s economic well-being in Vermont. Our work is fueled by three core partners – the Vermont Women’s Fund, Vermont Commission on Women and Vermont Works for Women – and is advanced with the help of other critical partners throughout the state in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

CTS began its work three years ago by collecting baseline data related to women’s work, wages, business ownership, and in civic, political, education, and corporate leadership roles. All four reports can be found here