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Fairfax County Public Schools
8115 Gatehouse Road
Falls Church, Virginia (United States)


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Executive Director II, Communication & Community Relations

Job ID: 56490
Job Views: 642
Location: Falls Church, Virginia, United States
Postal Code: 22042
Job Category: Other
Employment Type: Full time
Posted: 03.27.2019

Job Description

Leads all FCPS Office of Communication and Community Relations activities, services, and personnel to include responsibility for communication, community relations, and business relations; supports the division Leadership Team and the School Board Office in their linkages to stakeholders; and serves as a liaison between the School Board, parents, and community and business groups, and the Office of Communication and Community Relations.

Job Requirements

Any combination of education and experience equal to a master's degree in journalism, media relations, communication, education, public administration, business administration, or a closely related field, plus eight years progressive experience in developing and managing complex multimedia communication programs and/or experience in establishing and managing programs to develop and enhance community and business partnerships. Doctorate preferred. Can demonstrate thorough knowledge of the theories, principles, practices, methods, materials, and trends related to the management of communication, public school system policies, and communication outreach programs. Knowledge of federal, state, and local regulatory requirements applicable to FCPS communication and community relations programs; ability to supervise and lead; ability to manage the fiscal, physical, and human resources necessary to carry out the function and programs of the office to which assigned; ability to conduct complex administrative studies; capacity to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with personnel assigned to schools, departments, public entities, and citizens; extensive knowledge of available communication technologies, print and nonprint, including publishing, graphic design, and broadcast and web-based media; and proven ability to exercise judgment to prioritize media opportunities and prepare talking points, speeches, presentations, and other supporting material as needed.


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