Communications Manager – Hiring Part Time


Are you interested in ocean conservation activities and the preservation of culture? Do you have a passion for communications? If you are passionate about community development and have an entrepreneurial spirit, then this might just be the job you’ve been dreaming about but thought too good to be true!

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, public relations, communications, marketing, or related field plus a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience. You will have significant experience working with multiple forms of media and membership services. You likely have experience starting a business, civic club, or project from the ground up. Your job will be overseeing, executing, and managing communications for the organization and several of our projects as well as developing and implementing organizational strategies. You will know the importance of deadlines and be responsible for developing, managing, and implementing multiple task schedules.

Requirements – A passion for our mission to help educate everyone in our community learn about ocean and marine science and the urgent need to care for our precious resources. Excellent communications skills and superb organizational skills. Others would say that you have a positive “can-do” attitude and that you were their favorite, productive team player. You will be able to demonstrate proven experience with self-motivation and the ability to work without supervision. You are not asking what to do next but devising ways to accomplish goals in a manner that the Executive Director can approve of easily.

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Comms Mgr Position Description

The QR code to the right will take you to the position description. If you are interested, send an email to with the subject line “Comms Manager”. Indicate why you are interested and attach your resume. Also include three references and their contact info. Preference given to individuals who are fluent in Chamorro and/or Carolinian Languages. This position is funded by a grant from the David and Lucille Packard Foundation.