When we bid to do all their marketing communications, it was to take over the responsibilities of the PIO and also produce the work.
Instead, the board hired, without reading the contract, the Ohlmann Group- and spent stupid money on a bad campaign.
Now- they are going to hire someone to try to direct the Ohlmann Group.
This from a district that was crying broke last year. Note- Jill Moberly didn’t make this much.
JOB TITLE: Executive Director of Communications
REPORTS TO: Superintendent of Schools
SALARY SCHEDULE: $94,500.00-$113,400.00
The Chief Communications Officer provides leadership, direction and strategic planning for news and information as well as marketing and advertising of DPS schools, initiatives and progress. The ideal candidate is committed to a brand journalism strategy, with experience developing and implementing internal and external communications strategies and managing the day-to-day operations of a busy Communications Department. As a member of the executive cabinet, this position provides counsel to senior leadership and serves the Office of the Superintendent as the chief media and communications strategist, crisis communications coordinator and official spokesperson for the District.
If there is one thing Rhonda Corr has been good at, it’s hiring expensive people at the top of the food chain.