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About Team Pennsylvania

Working together for all Pennsylvanians in public-private partnership, Team Pennsylvania accelerates the commonwealths long-term economic future.

A dynamic, non-profit organization, Team Pennsylvania is a statewide entity co-chaired by the Governor and a private sector leader. We are the states trusted neutral broker and convener, and we couple collaboration with strategic investment of public and private funds to accelerate Pennsylvanias economy.

We convene cross-sector collaboratives on the most transformative economic opportunities in Pennsylvania: agriculture, energy, and manufacturing, with plans to launch a future collaboration in life sciences/biotech. Each collaborative includes the commonwealths top policy-makers and business leaders, as well as leaders of labor, academia, and nonprofits.

Together, we tackle the issues that no one sector can address alone to position Pennsylvania as a leader among states and a competitor among nations, maximizing impact for the commonwealth while creating equity and economic opportunity for all Pennsylvanians.

Our Core Values are how we show up when we do this important work.

The Position

The Marketing, Communications & Events Coordinator will ensure that Team PA is an organization visible to policymakers and business leaders across the Commonwealth as a driver of economic growth, helping to activate our new contemporary brand identity through events and marketing efforts.

The following focus areas will be key for this role in the coming year:

Execute on marketing & communications tasks (45%)

  • Support the roll-out of Team PAs new brand identity, assisting with the organizational shift to an externally facing organization;
  • Track media impression and engagement with Team PA;
  • Assist in development of newsletters, website content, and other electronic communications about Team PA and our work;
  • Create flyers, presentations, invitations, and other collateral material in partnership with staff;
  • Identify and design custom Team PA products that increase brand visibility and recognition;
  • Implement priorities in Team PAs Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access Blueprint to ensure that marketing and communications materials are consistent with organizational goals around DEIA;
  • Work with staff to create LinkedIn posts and other digital content; and
  • Support staff in drafting content for the Annual Report.

Manage event and meeting coordination (45%)

  • Assist staff in planning and execution of in-person and virtual events and meetings, including but not limited to Board of Directors meetings, Board of Directors overnight bi-annual retreat, conferences, day-long meetings with external stakeholders, and briefings;
  • Coordinate and maintain event and meeting budgets in partnership with other staff;
  • Research, book, and work directly with vendors on locations, catering, AV/technology needs, accommodations, and other meeting and event logistics;
  • Maintain positive and professional working relationships with event and meeting vendors;
  • Create, track, and execute event and meeting plans and timelines in coordination with other staff to achieve event/meeting objectives;
  • Implement priorities in Team PAs Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access Blueprint to ensure that events and meetings are conducted in ways consistent with organizational goals around DEIA;
  • Assist in preparation of meeting and event materials; and
  • Provide administrative and on-site support for meetings and events including day-of event coordination and post-event follow-up.

Engage in organizational activities (10%)

  • Participate in Team Pennsylvania meetings and events even those unrelated to marketing, communications, and events work including but not limited to Board of Director activities, policy team discussions, and staff meetings.

The Person

The Marketing, Communications & Events Coordinator is likely to see themselves in the following examples as they are designed to help you determine if this opportunity aligns with your own passion, purpose, skills, and experiences.

You excel at event planning.

  • When a personal, academic or professional event rolls around, you enjoy leading the planning and execution.
  • You enjoy the responsibility and thrill of pulling together resources and working with vendors (read: haggling) to make event magic.
  • You proactively plan to avoid event pitfalls and youre fully capable of dealing with in-the-moment hiccups calmly and efficiently.
  • You have no problem rolling your sleeves up and moving food trays or making name tents.
  • You care about how attendees experience your event and strive for excellence with each event.

You believe in the importance of marketing and communications.

  • You understand the difference between marketing and communications and know how to utilize each to meet objectives.
  • You are passionate about strategic communications and believe that effective marketing can change the trajectory of an organization.
  • You are obsessed with creating the right message for the right moment.
  • You love designing collateral material.

You enjoy behind the scenes work.

  • You excel at maintaining systems to support smooth delivery of outcomes
  • You pride yourself on managing your time effectively and can successfully juggle multiple projects
  • You can work solo just as well as you can work with a group of staff to accomplish a project


  • Postsecondary education, such as coursework or a degree in business, communications, public relations, marketing, or hospitality management OR 2-3 years of experience in a marketing, communications, or event planning position; (Required)
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google Suite, Slack, (link removed), and other technology tools that advance the portfolio of work (Required)
  • Proficiency with Adobe Suite, Canva, and other graphic design tools (Required)
  • Ability to travel to the Harrisburg office daily as well as attend in-person board and cross-sector collaborative events and meetings as needed (Required)


  • Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental & Vision)
  • Life Insurance (Basic, Voluntary & AD&D)
  • Retirement Plan (401k, IRA)
  • Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick & Public Holidays)
  • Family Leave (Maternity, Paternity)
  • Short Term & Long Term Disability
  • Training & Development


  • $40,000-$48,000 USD annually

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