SALARY RANGE: $14,316.00 - $14,746.00 per month; salary commensurate upon experience
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JOB DESCRIPTION AND DUTIES
Under the administrative direction of Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Chief Communications Officer (CCO) oversees the organization and activities of the Communications and Public Relations Department. As a member of the California Earthquake Authority's (CEA) executive staff, the CCO has managerial and administrative responsibilities for CEA professional communications personnel, on-site contractors, as well as numerous outside vendors who provide communications services to the CEA. Specifically, the CCO is responsible for strategic development and oversight of marketing, media, public relations, and communication programs; and managing combined administrative and communications budgets exceeding $13 million. These responsibilities include the strategic framing of statewide, research-based positioning and messaging for CEA products and services, by the CEA alone and in combination with other organizations, both governmental and private. The CCO also is responsible for in-depth analyses and advice to the CEO and other members of the CEA's executive staff, and to the CEA's Governing Board and Advisory Panel, both internally and at public meetings, regarding communication issues and trends in earthquake education, mitigation, and insurance, on local, state, and federal levels. The CCO may serve as the CEA's primary spokesperson at stakeholder and media events, and at conferences and events throughout the state and nation that pertain to CEA activities generally, and those within the responsibility of the Communications and Public Relations Department.
The minimum qualifications for this position include:
In addition to evaluating each candidate's relative ability, as demonstrated by quality and breadth of experience, the following factors will provide the basis for competitively evaluating each candidate:
This is an exempt California civil service position that includes the following civil service benefits, including, but not limited to:
More information on the benefits for exempt positions can be found here: https://www.calhr.ca.gov/Pages/exempt-benefits.aspx and https://www.earthquakeauthority.com/About-CEA/Contracting-Employment/Civil-Service-Employee-Benefits