Write and edit communications from NATCA to its members, including electronic newsletters, member email messages, brochures, event collateral materials, surveys, social media posts, occasional speeches and video/event scripts, and other communications as assigned;
Acts as editor of electronic newsletters, including coordinating the news collection process, drafting and editing articles; finding photos, coordinating the editorial review process, laying out the issue in an electronic template, and distributing the final product to members;
Track, analyze, and report open rates and click thru data for member communications;
Coordinates certain member awards;
Assists with the production of training videos;
Acts as the Public Affairs Department liaison to NATCA committees, as assigned; and
Performs other duties, as assigned.
A Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university;
Strong writing skills, with an excellent command of English grammar rules and careful attention to detail;
Ability to become familiar with and use technical language associated with aviation and air traffic control;
Familiarity with Associated Press style;
Demonstrated ability to work well with colleagues and members in a membership organization;
Proficiency with computer software applications for word processing and the ability to learn new technology applications, as necessary;
Familiarity with web based tools such as Constant Contact, Survey Monkey and Trello;
Ability to perform multiple tasks effectively under tight deadlines; and
Occasional work travel may be required.
About National Air Traffic Controllers Association
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) is a labor union and an aviation safety organization in the United States that represents nearly 20,000 highly skilled air traffic controllers, engineers, and other aviation safety-related professionals. NATCA was certified in 1987 by the Federal Labor Relations Authority to be the exclusive bargaining representative for air traffic controllers employed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Today, NATCA is one of the strongest labor unions in the federal sector and represents a range of aviation safety professionals in 17 bargaining units. These air traffic controllers and other aviation safety professionals make vital contributions to the U.S. economy and make modern life possible by coordinating the safe, orderly, and expeditious movement of nearly one billion aviation passengers and million of tons of freight within the National Airspace System (NAS) each year. NATCA is headquartered in downtown Washington, D.C., and is affiliated with the AFL-CIO. NATCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.