Communications Manager - Willow Crystal Lake

The part time Communications Manager plays a key role in informing and promoting Willow Crystal Lake services, events, workshops and gatherings by creating or overseeing the creation of printed, online and in-service content and collateral. The CM also offers support by performing administrative functions such as correspondence, meeting scheduling and coordination and administrative project management in area of Communications. This role is 30 hours per week and includes medical benefits.


  • Collaborate with the Creative Communications Director to plan and execute weekly communication to the Willow Crystal Lake community, including Sunday program, e-news, social media, app, and website
  • Collaborate with staff and key volunteers to develop, design and inform the Willow Crystal Lake community of Sunday and special services, events, workshops and gatherings
  • Share in the fiscal and administrative responsibilities of building and maintaining relationships with vendors, managing project costs, as well as soliciting quotes from vendors
  • Collaborate and deliver with Creative Communications Director marketing plans and materials for events, workshops and gatherings. This includes design or design oversight of printed collateral and on-screen content
  • Website and app maintenance


  • High School diploma with some college education preferred
  • Prior experience as administrative assistant, event planner, project manager or other position requiring the management of multiple projects
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong computer skills including Word, Excel and Google Suite
  • Detail oriented with excellent organizational, planning and time management skills
  • Strong emotional intelligence
  • Comfort with ambiguity and ability to work well under pressure
  • Experience using Canva or Photoshop
  • Experience managing social media
  • Spiritual gifts of creative communications, administration and service



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