Company: Regina Villa Associates

Job description:

Regina Villa Associates is a Public Affairs consulting firm located in Boston. We have been in business for over 40 years and operate primarily in the public sector. We provide strategic campaigns and marketing, event management  and public involvement programs using print, photography and digital media. We bring experience, imagination  and a commitment to quality to each of our projects, from a half-day conference to a ten-year construction  management program.  

RVA has developed and implemented more than 200 public involvement and public relations strategies for projects  related to the environment, transportation, social marketing, public health and infrastructure. For more information,  visit 


The Community Liaison will work closely with RVA’s senior staff to conduct near-term community outreach and  engagement. This position will be responsible for supporting the community engagement process for a variety of  projects. The position includes assisting the planning and staffing of client events, from meetings to conferences.  


  • Plan and host meetings and town-halls (in-person and virtual), focus groups, working sessions, field canvassing, door-knocking, and other activities as necessary to support robust community driven outreach and engagement. 
  • Assist with development, production and packaging of materials used during events, conferences and field canvassing.  
  • Assist with set up, staffing and break down of events. 
  • Carry out various administrative tasks, including project databases. 


RVA is seeking a Community Liaison with the following qualifications, at minimum: 

  • Associate’s degree, in a related field. 
  • Advanced knowledge of Adobe (desired) and Microsoft Office Suite (required), including Word, Excel,  PowerPoint and Outlook. For PowerPoint, ideal candidate must possess skills and ability to develop  comprehensive and professional presentations. 
  • Experience with virtual meeting platforms, such as Zoom. 
  • Ability to work occasional weekday evenings. 
  • Fluency in at least one non-English language is a plus. 
  • Ability (or willingness to learn) to make electronic documents web accessible. 
  • Self-starter, able to work independently, with minimal supervision, and manage multiple tasks  concurrently.  
  • Strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills. 
  • Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail.  
  • Ability to travel to various locations around the state for meetings/events. 
  • Highly collaborative style. 
  • Commitment to high quality work products. 
  • Ability to follow projects through from concept to completion. 

Email resume and cover letter to: 

Location: Boston, MA

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