Vice President of Free Speech America and MRC Business

The Media Research Center, a conservative media analysis non-profit, is seeking a Vice President
of the Free Speech America and MRC Business divisions. This professional will manage all
operations and report to the Senior Vice President of Programs.

Apply through Carter Baldwin Executive Search

Duties & Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide vision, mission and goals for the organization, especially as it relates to ways to combat online media censorship.
  • Reach out, inform and educate other members of the conservative movement, Capitol Hill
    and business community regarding online media censorship.
  • Supervise staff on a daily basis.
  • Serve as spokesperson on TV, radio, at events and with donors – work with Marketing and
    PR for promotion.
  • Train new department staff as needed.
  • Write op-eds about department topics – either with byline or in conjunction with the
    president.
  • Supervise editors and guide the day-to-day production process in conjunction with managing
    editor. Edit department major stories – newsletters, reports, etc. Serve as final edit on some
    daily stories as needed.
  • Serve as the primary point of contact for senior staff of all departments, including support
    materials for the president and other departments – including reports, talking points and
    more.
  • Serve as the department primary contact when dealing with donors, fund-raising and
    development efforts.

Required Experience & Education:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Management (at least seven years demonstrated experience)
  • Knowledge of social media companies and operations
  • Understanding of Big Tech Media censorship; knowledge of the key issues and battles,
    including Section 230, key social media players, and advocates for and against censorship.
  • Able to set goals and create vision for department
  • Knowledge working with young staff and helping grow their skills
  • Editing – substantive editing experience in a journalistic atmosphere
  • Demonstrable knowledge of and interest in the news media
  • Basic computer skills – Google Docs, MS Office suite – MS Office, Excel Power Point, etc.
  • Be available for evening/weekend media as needed

Performance & Success Metrics:

Experience, Education and Credentials:

  • At least a 4-year college degree
  • Journalism degree or journalism experience a must
  • Management (at least seven years demonstrated experience)
  • D.C. political knowledge/experience

Job Post Date:

06th Apr, 2022

Department(s)

Free Speech America

Job Type:

Full-time

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