CPS-ECP Chair of Communication Sought

Communications Chair

May 14, 2020

Do you like to write and have a knack for doing so creatively in a timely fashion? If so, CPS-ECP is looking for you and your talents.

Co-operating with various CPS-ECP committees and assisted by a team of seven people, our Chair of Communication will help create and implement communication initiatives based on CPS-ECP’s goals and objectives for its squadrons and districts as well as help develop and implement a CPS-ECP national level communication strategy.

Chair of Communication duties include the following:

• Develop and implement an integrated strategic communications plan to help advance CPS-ECP’s local, regional and national identity.

• Broaden the internal and external awareness of CPS-ECP’s courses and activities by increasing the visibility of its programs to its key constituents.

• Work with squadrons, districts and national office staff to recognize internal and external communication opportunities and define and execute appropriate strategies to support those opportunities.

For additional Information, email Don Macintosh at nao@cps-ecp.org

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