The Department of Enterprise Services manages many business and operational services that state agencies and municipal governments need to deliver public services. Our centralized services include facilities and lease management, accounting, human resources, risk management, contracting and printing. Enterprise Services also manages the Capitol Campus. We bring together the policy, planning and oversight of such services and are constantly working to improve their value and effectiveness and reduce the overall cost of government operations. Services provided by Enterprise Services allow state agencies and municipal governments to focus on their core missions. Enterprise Services is funded primarily by the revenues we receive from the agencies for which we provide services. We endeavor to use our unique position as a statewide service provider to integrate various support services and provide economies of scale to save the state money and seize opportunities for Washington. In many cases, agencies can either choose to use our services or get them elsewhere; however, some services we offer are mandatory under state law. We focus on finding the best value for our customers. We do our best to take the time to understand our customers’ needs so they can continue to work on their core mission while we provide "what you need, how you need it and when you need it." Enterprise Services has multiple locations across the state.
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The Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) is a small state agency in Olympia, Washington that provides support for four boards in work that provides outdoor recreation opportunities, conserves wildlife habitat and working farms and forests, and contributes to the recovery of salmon from the brink of extinction.
A state that has abundant outdoor recreation spaces, healthy habitats, and working farms and forests that support people, fish, and wildlife.
An individual with creativity and outstanding communication and organizational skills to fill the role of a communications consultant working in Olympia, Washington for a fast-paced natural resources agency.
Determine need for publicizing or promoting RCO programs and policies. Plan, coordinate, create, edit, layout, and disseminate informational materials to media, the public, and stakeholders about RCO programs, through a variety of formats including print, online, social media, and video. Work closely with field staff to gather and report stories, images, and graphics to promote RCO's missions. Using existing communication plans and your own analysis, determine the type of information and education programs needed for salmon recovery. On occasion, represent RCO at state meetings and with the media
Serve as the strategic lead for all digital marketing and social media efforts by providing proactive digital planning and expertise, ongoing recommendations, detail-oriented implementation, and analytics. Execute marketing plans to reach target audiences, deepen public engagement, and generate awareness. Provide content, design, and usability recommendations for RCO's Web site.
Train regional salmon recovery organizations to develop and carry out locally relevant communications and outreach plans.