Outreach and Marketing Coordinator, Library Freedom Project - Remote
Posted: Friday, December 16, 2022 Permalink

Outreach and Marketing Coordinator

Full time

Compensation at $84,000/year

Healthcare and other benefits

Three-year contract with potential to extend 

100% remote with frequent travel within the US

Opportunities for advancement

US based 


Library Freedom Project (LFP, a US-based non-profit) seeks a full-time and remote Outreach and Marketing Coordinator. Library Freedom Project is an organization that is radically rethinking the library professional organization by creating a network of values-driven librarian-activists taking action together to build information democracy. We help library workers understand and apply library ethics of privacy, intellectual freedom, access, social responsibility, and the public good. 

Our Outreach and Marketing Coordinator will identify and develop potential relationships and strategic contacts. They will develop and implement marketing strategies and communications, run LFP social media accounts, and co-facilitate LFP regional hubs with the LFP Director, which includes giving talks and trainings, and assisting with resource development. This role will work together with the LFP Director and Development Coordinator on strategic planning for the organization. The ideal candidate for this role is familiar with LFP, our issues, constituency, and work, and also is excited to work with a fledgling organization (this role would be employee #2 or #3). 

Duties and responsibilities include:

  1. Directs and oversees outreach activities to develop relationships in libraries, library organizations, civil society, grassroots community organizations, civil rights and equity groups, privacy advocacy groups, academia, and so on.

  2. Develops and implements marketing strategies and communications including the creation and maintenance of LFP social media accounts and the LFP newsletter.

  3. Co-facilitates LFP regional hubs with the LFP Director and creates an outreach and marketing plan for the regional hubs.

  4. Gives talks and trainings to our community on topics of privacy, intellectual freedom, information democracy, and other LFP work (the right candidate will be trained on all these topics). 

  5. Assisting with developing LFP teaching and training resources.

  6. Ensures branding, image and consistency of messaging in all organization materials. 

  7. Participates in new project development with LFP membership.

  8. Works together with the LFP Director and Development Coordinator on strategic planning for the organization. 

  9. Represents LFP at various conferences and community meetings and promotes LFP programs and resources.

  10. Occasionally other duties assisting with LFP operations. 

Job requirements

  1. Some experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities above.

  2. (Preferred) Experience working in a library.

  3. (Preferred) Experience with community organizing. 

  4. Ability to travel overnight, potentially up to several times per month. 

  5. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively and cooperatively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.

  6. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

  7. Skill in the use and management of social media accounts.

  8. Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities.

  9. Helping director with admin stuff/other tiny non-profit needs

Working conditions and physical effort

  • No or very limited physical effort required.

  • No or very limited exposure to physical risk.

  • Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment.

To apply

Cover letter and resume/CV (and questions about these jobs) can be sent to LFP Director Alison Macrina at alison@libraryfreedom.org. Interviews will take place in early 2023. Positions will remain open until filled, but we do expect a high volume of applicants.