General Statement of Duties
Produces and manages digital media content and print publications for occupational licensing board. Bachelor’s degree in communications, English, journalism, or a related field, with writing and editorial experience or an equivalent combination of education/experience. Some real estate experience preferred.
Distinguishing Features of the Class
An employee in this class organizes and directs the digital media and communications program for the NC Real Estate Commission. Responsibility includes oversight of the Commissions social material, reviewing the content of materials, establishing editorial standards for online and paper based publications and revising content to meet the standards. Planning is done in conference with the Director of Education and Licensing who evaluates the materials before they are published. Work is evaluated by the Director of Education and Licensing and is based on quality and timeliness of prepared publications and management of publication inventory.
$47-533 - $57,064 plus excellent benefits. Hybrid position in Raleigh area.
To apply and for more information visit our website. Application deadline June 14. NC Real Estate Commission.