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Approximately 10 – 15 hours/week; work remotely

Contact: Vicki Wray;

Job Description:

  • Update and maintain CPR’s social media presence, including scheduling posts, interacting with users and analyzing metrics
  • Plan and create copy for a weekly newsletter
  • Coordinate with staff to best promote committee meetings, programs and other events
  • Assist with updating the website
  • Draft and distribute press releases for major events and announcements
  • Collaborate with the marketing team to create and execute strategies that will drive interest in CPR events and membership
  • Assist the Marketing and Communications Consultant on any projects


  • Social media experience in posting, particularly LinkedIn and Twitter; some social analytics ability a plus
  • Solid writing skills for weekly newsletter, occasional press releases and other special projects
  • Able to work independently and follow through on assignments/deadlines
  • While this is a legal not for profit, no legal experience required



Position Overview:

Key position for an established legal non-profit focused on dispute prevention and resolution in the international business community. Responsible for creating, implementing and overseeing a broad range of marketing and communications programs, that effectively describe and promote the organization and its products. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is smart, creative, detail-oriented and will thrive in a fast-paced and results oriented environment with a highly professional, collegial and close-knit team.  Must share a passionate commitment to our mission of managing conflict to enable purpose, and must also share our core values of Quality, Accountability and Collaboration.  The position is currently remote and will remain part-time remote with required periodic visits to the Midtown Manhattan office once it is safe to do so. This is a great opportunity to practice your craft while serving a worthy mission.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Working at both the strategic and tactical level, develops, coordinates and implements the branding, design, marketing and communication of membership initiatives, programs, events, and publications
  • Works with Vice President of Global Development for Dispute Resolution Services to develop and implement marketing plan for dispute resolution services
  • Collaborates with clients to publish compelling, high quality materials for external audiences ensuring all communications have a consistent tone and the CPR message is appropriately delivered to reach intended audiences
  • Oversees website, ensuring correct and current content, including articles, press releases, events and other important information
  • Manages social media presence on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook; builds and fosters long-term relationships with relevant traditional media
  • Writes, produces and distributes weekly newsletter
  • Other specific deliverables may include, but are not limited to, PowerPoint presentations, toolkits, and promotional emails, as well as participation in various special projects

Skills and Requirements:

  • Creative, entrepreneurial, detail-oriented contributor with critical thinking skills and continuous improvement mindset
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills; prior experience with social and traditional media
  • Tech savvy, professional and independent problem solver 
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize to successfully work with multiple internal clients; good judgment and decision-making skills
  • 4 - 5 years of experience in marketing and communications; prior legal/alternative dispute resolution experience a plus, but not required
  • Familiarity using Google Analytics and its reporting functions, and HootSuite
  • Bachelor’s degree required

Please submit resumes to Beth Corman at No phone calls, please.


Interns at CPR conduct research and compose content for CPR’s website, courses, and publications and articles under development by CPR staff. 

Learn more about the CPR Intern Experience, including videos, photographs, testimonials, articles written by our interns, and descriptions of past projects.


Fall and Spring Semesters:
Either 10-12 hours per week (partial semester internship) or 37.5 hours per week (full semester internship)
Summers: 37.5 hours per week

Interns at CPR participate in the organization's research and activities to expose them to the organization's cutting-edge advocacy for the increased use of and development of commercial conflict resolution. CPR's work varies--no intern will have the same experience.  Typically interns conduct research and compose content for CPR’s website, CLE courses, publications and articles. Interns also conduct background research for programs by CPR's Industry and Practice Committees, and for Institute-wide surveys and studies, where appropriate. 


- Fluent in Portuguese (including Writing)


10-12 hours per week - For internships after May 2019

Interns at CPR conduct research and compose content for CPR’s website, CLE courses, its publications and articles being developed by CPR staff.  This intern will work on CPR’s Brazil Initiative.

Recent illustrative projects handled by interns working on the Brazil Initiative:

  • Work with SVP and Graphic Manager to put together coursebook for International Business Mediation Workshop
  • Monitor progress of Brazilian Mediation bills
  • Prepare draft article for publication in Brazilian journal
  • Assist with CPR’s annual Brazil Congress, including correspondence with potential speakers and sponsors, gathering materials for CLE book, and maintaining registrations for Congress
  • Compile and input into spreadsheet list of attorneys in member firms working in various Brazilian cities.
  • Translate materials for CLE Book and website.
  • Attend and take minutes at meetings of substantive Congress panels
  • Perform legal research as issues arise in connection with Initiative