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  • Posted: Jun 12, 2024
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    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a worldwide faith of over 16 million members centered on the belief that everyone on earth is a son or daughter of a loving God1 and that His Son, Jesus Christ, saved the world from sin and death. Jesus Christ invites all of God's children to come unto, follow, and become more like Him.
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    Area PSD Manager (Creative & Production Manager)

    Job Description
    Under the direction of the Area Presidency and the area communication & publishing director, the production and content manager is responsible for meeting the production and content needs of the area. They help to communicate Christ-centered messages clearly and with one voice to priority audiences, thereby assisting the work of salvation and exaltation in the area. The manager accomplishes this by:

    • Working with the production and content team to ensure that the Area's essential publishing needs are met in a simple and effective way.
    • Centering all production efforts on communicating The Gospel of Jesus Christ in a clear, simplified, and localized manner.
    • Managing the production and content staff and local vendors at the area and national levels to better meet the needs of local audiences

    Responsibilities

    • Supports the area’s annual planning through budget forecasting, resource planning, and establishing production timelines
    • Works closely with the product and channels manager to determine costs and budget expenditures
    • Maintains a strong sense of production costs and determines ways to maximize the use of sacred tithing funds in the area
    • Functions as the creative/publishing advisor utilizing the best practices to help the area achieve their desired results and oversees the content publishing process within the area
    • Manages a production and content team with the ability to create communication materials reach to key audiences
    • Works together with headquarters publishing services to align area efforts with the content publishing process
    • Builds publishing and production capacity in countries and regions across the area
    • Liaises between area and Publishing Services HQ efforts across all divisions
    • Develops the content and production capacity across all countries in the area
    • Manages the relationship with independent contractors and vendors including the measurement of work quality, sourcing and negotiation with new vendors, and the termination of contracts
    • Leads the resources to provide publishing solutions that deliver value to the areas
    • Supports production and content staff as they develop their capacity to localize HQ content and create local content that more effectively meet the needs of internal and external audiences

    Qualifications
    Must be worthy of a Temple Recommend

    • Bachelor's degree in English, Journalism or Communication and eight years' experience in applicable field, with at least three of those years leading teams in a production environment, or equivalent combination of education and experience, managing individual and team performance.
    • Master Degree Preferred.
    • In-depth understanding of designated areas of production. Ability to provide innovative direction in multiple areas of expertise.
    • Communication and diplomacy skills, translating strategy into implementation plans.
    • Production planning and management skills preferred. Budget management, forecasting, and capacity planning. Presentation and communication skills to senior leaders.
    • Operational execution/collaboration with other businesses or external entities.
    • Understanding of product, technology, service, strategy, and business complexities.

    Required Skill Set

    • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
    • Ability to negotiate at all organizational levels
    • Solve complex business and process problems including the formulation and implementation of effective solutions
    • Leadership in essential and diverse business functions
    • Internal and external relationship management
    • Extensive experience with a wide variety of communication channels
    • Ability to communicate complex ideas and processes in a straightforward way to leadership and communication teams at all levels
    • Continues to lead and develop the publishing staff
    • Excellent writing and editing skills both in the local language (if applicable) and English, preferably English at an advanced level
    • Ability to think critically and solve problems
    • Ability to function in a team setting and collaborate with other members of the area team
    • Experience using WorkFront, Slack or other collaboration tools programs
    • Competency in the use of technology, including the Microsoft Office product suite

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    Area Correlation Manager

    Job Description
    Under the direction of the area presidency, this position manages all Correlation policies, processes, and procedures—as established by the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve—to protect the Church. They perform a “regulatory” Correlation oversight role related to product planning/budgeting, IP, data privacy, visual identity, doctrinal accuracy, and research for all area employees and volunteers involved with publishing, messaging, and other Correlation functions. To do this effectively, they must be “taken seriously” by other area staff members, including area directors, and viewed as a representative of the Correlation Committee (the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve) and the area presidency. This position:

    • helps the area presidency to make strategic decisions about published products—including supervising the “opt-in” annual planning and budgeting process with all area staff.

    Responsibilities
    Supervise and ensure that:

    • all production work in the area is done under a certified product plan.
    • area product plans are updated, and any associated budget requests are submitted to the Correlation Department for certification so they can be funded in a timely manner.
    • all publishing projects are reviewed to ensure clearly defined audience(s), purpose(s), and goal(s), and success measure(s) before production begins.
    • all individual production deliverables (e.g., videos, pamphlets, and social media posts) have a Publishing Deliverable #.
    • the area presidency is adequately supported in reviewing and responding to the annual product language survey from Correlation.
    • products categorized as high priority by the First Presidency and Twelve receive production priority from area translation resources.
    • the Church’s research policy found in the General Handbook (38.8.40) is followed in the area.
    • Correlation Research is consulted when there is a desire for research information in the area.
    • area-created products and projects are designed and developed with appropriate formative research, as needed.
    • area-created products and projects are evaluated with appropriate summative research, as needed.
    • Correlation Research approves in advance any units, leaders, members, missionaries, or other before they are asked to participate in research.

    Qualifications
    Must be worthy of a Temple Recommend

    • Bachelor’s degree in Education, Business Management/Administration, Project management or advanced degree or equivalent ( Masters Degree preferred)
    • 10 or more years of experience in one or, preferably, more of the following fields: project management, supervision of staff, volunteers, contractors, or vendors, strategic planning, product planning and budgeting, teaching Church doctrine, intellectual property organizational branding data privacy, research (strategic, formative, and/or summative).
    • Exceptional project management skills, Managerial and supervision skills

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