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Senior Director, Consituent Events

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General Summary

The Alzheimer's Association Georgia Chapter is seeking a dynamic, focused individual to implement and manage constituent and third-party events while engaging the surrounding community in the Alzheimer's cause.  This position will manage all implementation plans and outcomes for Chapter Constituent and Third-Party events; recruit, train, and manage a team of Constituent Event directors located throughout Georgia; report on the progress of Constituent Events to the Georgia Leadership Team and Board as well as the National Office in an accurate and timely manner; and provide overall support to the Georgia Chapter Development Team. 

Essential Job Functions

  • Direct responsibility for budgeted outcomes of all non-Metro Atlanta Constituent and Third-Party Events, currently configured as Walk to End Alzheimer's, Longest Day and a variety of third party events.
  • Shared responsibility with Senior Director of Development-Atlanta for budgeted outcomes of all Metro Atlanta Constituent and Third-Party Events.
  • Responsible for daily management of staff  team that will be geographically distributed
  • Responsible for ongoing training and support of team in order to keep pace with the objectives and outcomes required of constituent events within the Alzheimer's Association, Strategic Plan.
  • As a Senior member of the Georgia Chapter Development Team, works collaboratively with other Senior Directors, Vice President of Development, and other stakeholders developing strategy, budgets, and implementation plans for all fundraising activities statewide.
  • Responsible for other duties as assigned by Vice President of Development

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
  • Minimum of 5 years non-profit event management experience, and two years of staff supervision experience
  • Demonstrated success in managing large-scale community events
  • Strong and proven verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with others
  • Excellent organizational skills with ability to multi-task
  • Proven experience with Blackbaud/Convio fundraising systems
  • Strong computer skills; proficient with Microsoft Office products

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