The Alzheimer's Association National Office is looking for a dynamic, experienced professional to lead the development of tools and resources, and provide training and support for Constituent Events (Blondes vs Brunettes, The Longest Day & A Reason to Hope) to ensure revenue goals are met.
Essential Job Functions
- Establish, in conjunction with department director and other AD position, goals, benchmarks and execution plans for The Longest Day, Blondes v Brunettes & A Reason to Hope - Work with other Associate Director and Director to assess and determine gaps in training and resource development for three events - Develop a comprehensive plan for delivery of a combination of in person, on line and telephone training and on-going support to Chapter staff - Facilitate Team Task Force conference calls and webinars for The Longest Day - Assist in development of a communications plan to chapter staff for all three events. - Assist in development of budgets for TLD, BvB and ARTH and monitor them, placing an emphasis on growing revenue while reducing expenses - Work with department director and other AD to develop and implement acquisition strategies to achieve participant recruitment goals - Work with other department team members to develop and implement strategies to increase team and individual fundraising averages. - Extensive travel required - Other duties and projects as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree - marketing or business preferred - Minimum of 5-7 years work-related experience preferred in event fundraising, marketing, product management or other similar industry. - Minimum of 3-5 years experience leading projects - Experience with Convio or Blackbaud a plus. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills - Excellent teamwork skills - Excellent project management skills. - Proven ability to influence cross-functional teams without formal authority - Some evening and weekend hours may be required at peak times. Must also have the ability to travel as needed, approximately 30%.