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Communications Manager

The Role

At Last Mile Health, we are all stewards of our reputation and our resources. Are you passionate about developing creative content about social impact while building your career in a growing global non-profit organization? If so, you may be the next Communications Manager at Last Mile Health.

Reporting to the Deputy Director of Communications, the Communications Manager is a critical member of the Partnerships & Development team and is responsible for crafting compelling written content that drives the organization’s mission, elevates our brand to key audiences, and supports our fundraising goals.   

We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about storytelling, and has experience translating complex information into clear and compelling content for a variety of key audiences. 

What You'll Do

  • Lead the creation and implementation of a content strategy for the next fiscal year. 
  • Lead the development of brand-aligned written and visual content for high-impact donor communications, including the Annual Report, four quarterly reports, quarterly newsletters, and materials for the Advisory Council and Board of Directors.
  • Develop core written content for the Community Health Academy and contribute to marketing campaigns tied to elevating Academy products.
  • Manage Last Mile Health’s brand guidelines and assets. 
  • Contribute written content to the Last Mile Health website on a quarterly basis, including updates on LMH’s programmatic activities and development of blogs.
  • Create a social media strategy and coordinate the development of content in Last Mile Health’s brand voice.
  • Provide support to senior leadership, including the Chief Executive Officer, engaging in external speaking engagements, through the development of talking points, presentations, and other required communications materials.

What You'll Bring

  • 3-5 years of experience in writing and communications, ideally in the social sector.  
  • Strong working knowledge of core social media tools, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
  • Proven ability to create creative, clear, and powerful written communications for the social sector.
  • Strong storytelling abilities and ability to frame narratives to a wide range of audiences
  • Fluency in PowerPoint. 
  • Bachelors degree, degree in Communications preferred. 

You'll Impress Us If

  • You have experience crafting content or stories in the global south and/or global health space. 
  • You have experience building or implementing a data-driven communications strategy. 

About Last Mile Health

Last Mile Health (LMH) saves lives in the world's most remote communities by partnering with governments to bring critical primary care services to the doorsteps of people living in the last mile. LMH is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization with offices in Liberia, Boston and New York. For more information, visit

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at LMH. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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