Early Stage Memory Loss Program (ESML) Specialist develops, manages, and provides quality educational, supportive and social programming for individuals in the early stages of dementia and their care partners in designated locations throughout our 23 County service area.
Program Assistant supports and assists key staff across multiple programs and services for persons with Alzheimer's disease and their families and caregivers. Programs supported include caregiver support groups, education and conferences.
The Senior Associate Director of Development is primarily responsible for creating and executing the development plan to build the organization's contributed revenue via events, intermediate, major, and planned gifts, corporate and foundation relations, and direct mail. These development initiatives will flow from the Alzheimer's Association's Strategic Plan. S/he will work closely with volunteer leadership and committees, community partners, and National Office counterparts to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward funding sources. The Sr. Associate Director of Development will lead the development team, and serve on the Chapter's Leadership Team.
The Care Navigator assists with outreach, education, early stage engagement, and support groups in his/her assigned community in conjunction with, and in support of, the managers of these programs. The Care Navigator, as part of the outreach role, will represent the Association in a variety of professional, business, and public settings, including providing trainings and presentations to community and professional groups.
The Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager is primarily responsible for revenue generation through effective management of sustainable relationships with corporate and foundation partners. Reporting to the Director of Development as a Member of the Fund Development Team, the Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager secures gifts, grants, and sponsorships in support of chapter events, programs, and organizational priorities.