Archive for the Public Relations and Marketing Committee Positions Category
The Party Publicist is a communications professional whose primary responsibility is to ensure their clients receive positive coverage in the media.
The publicist will possess enthusiasm and the ability to craft and manage a branding campaign from the ground up.
Take on any
Press Secretary tracks down news outlets, identifies public events where representatives of the NAP will give speeches or be interviewed to answer questions about the party.
Investigate, identify and lock-in all opportunities for NAP representatives to engag
A writer will produce articles on current events and how they tie into the party. These articles are part of the NAP News Service.
Write relevant and newsworthy articles on current events.
Take on any other responsibilities delegated by the Director of the PR/Marketing Commi
The Editor would review the produced content to ensure it fits with the current party stance.
Ensure that all required editing work is done in a timely and accurate fashion.
Take on any other responsibilities as delegated by the Director of the PR/Marketing Committee
Conduct the PR/Marketing meetings, take notes and keep the meeting on task. Take, type and post minutes of meetings to PR/Marketing Committee.
Ensure that any official correspondence, reports and documents needing to be kept are forwarded to the person