Development and coordination of all programs and services to four counties (Larimer, Routt, Jackson, Grand) covered by the Ft. Collins office. Community outreach, volunteer management, personnel supervision, and administrative responsibilities are other critical functions. Regional Director will be the focal point for the Colorado Chapter in the communities served and will be responsible for public relations.
Essential Job Functions
Schedule and deliver chapter services for geographic area served: 24/7 HELPLINE follow up contacts, Support Groups, Education, Care Consultation, MedicAlert+Safe Return, and Early Stage Engagement.
Strategize annual rural outreach and service delivery plan.
Submit Public Service Announcements to promote activities in newspaper, radio, social network.
Conduct volunteer recruitment, training and scheduling to support office needs and service delivery.
Supervise student interns who work in programs and services.
Collaborate with development staff for the promotion of all special events and fundraising activities.
Represent Alzheimer's Association in local workplace giving campaigns.
Prepare and submit annual budget requests.
Submit area education calendar on chapter and National websites quarterly.
Compile and maintain monthly program/service statistics.
Utilize program survey tools according to annual schedule and secure completed sign-in forms for National data entry.
Other duties as requested.
Minimum of a Masters degree in a related field.
Prior work experience in dealing with Alzheimer's families, facilitating support groups, conducting training programs and public speaking is important.
Strong public relations and organizational skills are essential.
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