As a State Communications Coordinator, you will lead a team of volunteers to create and execute all aspects of statewide communications.
Excellent written communication and ability to learn technology are essential. The SCC will work collaboratively and manage all members of the their state’s comms team: a Media Liaison, Facebook Editor, Writer, Social Media Warriors, and State Videographer.
Professional experience preferred but not required. In-depth training and support will be provided by national staff.
Responsibilities of the State Communications Coordinator
Proactively communicate with your state leadership team to stay up-to-date with state strategy and identify promotional opportunities.
Regularly communicate with your state comms team and direct them to take actions based on the state’s promotional opportunities and digital strategy.
Manage state strategy for the COS website, including at least one new article per week (i.e. local COS news, calls to action, and event RSVP pages).
Assist in managing your state's Facebook page.
Assist in creating state-level emails.
Participate in weekly training with national Digital Director.
Expected commitment level: 4-10 hours a week
Must have excellent writing skills.
Must have computer skills and Internet knowledge.
Must be able to lead other people.
Step 1: If you have a COS account, please sign in before applying. (Use the blue "Sign In" button on the top right of this page.) If you do not have a COS account, you can proceed to step 2, and one will automatically be created for you.
Step 2: Answer the questions below and click the "Submit Application" button. We will be in contact with you shortly after you've submitted your application. Please reach out to us if you do not hear back from your state team within a few days: email@example.com
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Physicians for COS
The diagnosis is clear.
We have a growing cancer today known as the Obamacare.As a result physicians are no longer free to practice medicine.
No profession feels the full force of the federal government more than physicians. The medical profession is the most highly regulated profession in the United States. The practice of medicine is controlled, taxed, and regulated to the point of being destroyed by the heavy hand of the federal government.
Physicians are told how to bill, how much to charge, and how to treat patients. They are mandated to use expensive electronic medical records. The federally enacted HIPPA (Health Information Privacy and Portability Act) makes the communication between physicians and atients burdensome, inefficient,and expensive. Every physician is required by federal mandate to register with the government to obtain an NPI (national provider identifier.) We are required by federal law to obtain and pay for a license to prescribe medication through the DEA, which is separate from our state licensure.
This heavy hand of government not only oversees the largest federal health bureaucracy ever created, but by extension reaches into every state, every city, and every small town to regulate how every licensed physician practices the art of medicine and how citizens obtain care.
The treatment is also clear.
The prescription for a cure was written into our constitution by our founders. Article V of our constitution allows for the states to call for a convention of states to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government through the proposal of constitutional amendments.
Physicians should be the strongest supporters of this brilliantly-crafted states’ rights tool placed into our constitution by our founders.
I urge my fellow American physicians to join with me in supporting an Article V Convention of States to take back control of the practice of medicine.
It’s the only way that we can return the practice of
medicine back to the intimate relationship between a doctor and patient without interference by the
heavy hand of a distant, national government.
Jeffrey I. Barke, M.D.Family Physician Newport Beach, CA
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