The congregation of the School Sisters of Notre Dame was founded on October 24, 1833 in Bavaria in present-day Germany. The School Sisters of Notre Dame began as educators and continue as educators. Now located throughout the world, SSNDs serve in a variety of ministries, grounded in the concept of transforming the world through education in the broadest sense. School Sisters of Notre Dame serve in a variety of ministries, which includes formal education, but work wherever there is a need. We minister in prisons, combat racism and poverty in local communities, and tutor immigrants and refugees. We also serve in hospitals caring for the sick and elderly, in communities guiding those in need of spiritual direction and in other countries helping communities gain access to clean water.
The Communications Manager is responsible for collecting, organizing, producing, distributing and monitoring information for communications with internal and external audiences, including: writing and editing for print and online publications; developing and managing content, day-to-day implementation of social media activities; photography, designing and writing marketing materials; and media relations.
Job Type: Full-time Exempt
Salary: Based on experience
Benefit Eligible: Medical, dental & vision insurance, life insurance, short and long-term disability insurance, 403b retirement benefits, & paid-time-off benefits.