About the DC History Center
Established in 1894 and located at the Carnegie Library in Downtown, the DC History Center is a community-supported nonprofit organization, which deepens understanding of our city’s past to connect, empower, and inspire. It collects, interprets, and shares the history of our nation’s capital through research and scholarship, adult programs, youth education, and exhibits. We seek to do this work as a welcoming and inclusive community that fosters curiosity and nurtures civic engagement to strengthen the District for all. For more information visit dchistory.org.
The DC History Center seeks a part-time staff member to provide communications and marketing services during the temporary absence of a full-time staff member, approximately 20-25 hours a week, September 15, 2023 – January 15, 2024. The Communications and Marketing Coordinator will provide support across multiple departments and program areas to effectively convey the work of the DC History Center and engage our diverse audiences. Primary areas of responsibility will include communications planning and execution, web content administration, and social media.
Communications and Marketing
Website and Social Media
Other duties as assigned.
Compensation and Benefits
The Coordinator will be paid hourly at a non-negotiable rate of $35/hour. As a part-time position, the Coordinator will not be eligible for company benefits, except those required by law. The Coordinator will accrue sick leave at a rate consistent with local laws and regulations and be eligible for pro-rated holiday pay.