Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority
Director of Strategic Communications (Media)
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Does the challenge of working in one of the most dynamic organizations in the Triangle excite you? If so, please consider applying for the Director of Strategic Communications position at the Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority. RDU provides an opportunity to work with an awesome team, all dedicated to our core values of Learning, Integrity, Team, Excellence, and Respect. We are a rapidly expanding, medium-sized local government municipality. If you are interested in working for a growing organization that provides great benefits, opportunities to advance, and free parking, then RDU may be your next and best career move! Our organization offers a dynamic, fast-paced environment that promotes teamwork, creativity and collaboration. Learn More About What It's Like to Be A Member of Team RDU!
RDU Airport Authority provides a world-class customer experience for a multitude of passengers traveling to or through the airport. We are currently seeking to fill a newly created Director of Strategic Communications position in our Communications, Government and Community Affairs (CGCA) department.
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