This position has primary responsibility for producing communications for Save the Sound’s local and regional land conservation campaigns (approx. 45% of job), assists with other legal and legislative communications needs (~15%), and supports core organizational communications (~40%). 1) LAND CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATIONS a. Collaborate with Land Campaign Manager, project staff, and Comms Director to identify key moments for project visibility and develop and execute communications plans. b. Produce compelling action alerts, e-newsletters, and blog posts that motivate and facilitate grassroots action at the federal, state, and local levels. c. Assist Comms Director in drafting press releases and op-eds, planning press conferences, and responding to media requests. d. Capture compelli

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