The Chief Communications Officer is a senior level position that will be responsible for the planning, developing, and implementing strategic communication, public and media relations within our organization. They will lead and coordinate effective national, regional, state, and local media, community and public relations, crisis communication, marketing and branding, and related association communications activities.
Reporting to the CEO as a member of the C-Suite Senior Management Team, the Chief Communications Officer is responsible for the strategic leadership of all aspects of the Association’s communications with internal and external audiences.
Serves as an official media spokesperson for the Association. Responsible for the vision and oversight of all communications, media relations, marketing, web and social media presence, CEO and Board of Directors communications, internal and external branding, and the development and production of content on the NVAR Website.
The Chief Communications Officer plays a crucial, collaborative leadership role ensuring all Association communications activities are fully and strategically leveraged to further the vision, mission, and goals of the Association, especially as new and innovative initiatives and projects are developed and launched.