- Mrs. Gremmlin
- 3 years ago
- Wedding: November 2011 - Florida Aquarium
My boss is letting me create my own position and give myself a new title. I have a good start on my description, but I’m not sure about my new title. I work for a government relations firm, so I handle legislative stuff, but I also coordinate events and handle the firm’s new media strategy. My new title should reflect these skills– and hopefully provide some context for a future employer not in the DC area (therefore most likely dropping the policy stuff).
I have four years of experience and have been a Legislative Associate the whole time.
Here’s what I’m thinking:
Policy, Event and New Media Coordinator
Policy, Event and New Media Manager
Policy and New Media Specialist
My desricption includes:
Conduct research, analyze data and legislation in order to write briefs, memos and make recommendations to clients.
Track legislation, appropriations and funding opportunities for clients on various issues.
Assist in event management for client events including RSVP tracking, catering requests and run of show.
Author and/or copy/edit six firm publications.
Maintain integrity and quality of firm websites, including content and navigation, through ongoing review and maintenance; updating out-of-date content and purging/archiving of expired content and spam; and liaising with web developers.
Develop social media strategy and create and maintain a monthly social media content calendar (weekly blog schedule, important hearings…) and ask for content ideas from staff.
Provide monthly reporting and analysis when appropriate to determine program results.
Interpret insights and community conversations into actionable recommendations in terms of potential research/opportunities for clients.