The Executive Director (ED), Greater Idaho Chapter, will have overall strategic, leadership, collaboration and operational responsibility for the chapter's fundraising, programs, growth, and delivery of the Alzheimer's Association's mission. The ED will be an essential partner in the Association's strategic plan to support millions of people living with the disease and their families while accelerating research progress and change the trajectory of Alzheimer's disease, and also take the lead on building a strong, community-based Board of Volunteer Leaders to partner with all staff in the Greater Idaho area for a full range of mission impact.
The ED will build strong working relationships with all of the Association's administrative and functional leaders and will report to the Region 1 Leader. This leadership position will receive a foundation of support from the Home Office located in Chicago, Illinois, and the Public Policy team in Washington, D.C.
This position will be located in Boise, Idaho.
Essential Job Functions
Serve as the Senior Executive Leader for the Alzheimer's Association in the Greater Idaho Chapter.
Develop and maintain a high-impact Board of Community Leaders to have an outward interface with the Corporate, Social, Philanthropic and Medical communities within applicable counties. Lead the Board in contributing to efforts to impact fundraising, program delivery, securing of major and planned gifts, and raising the overall profile and brand visibility of the Alzheimer's Association in the community.
Oversee the work of the Chapter's program staff with ongoing local programming excellence, conduct program evaluation and needs analysis to maintain superior delivery. Identify collaborative partners to augment mission delivery and foster beneficial collaborative relationships.
Under the guidance of the Region 1 Public Policy Lead, build relationships with local, state and Federal government. Serve as the lead staff person for the Chapter for Advocacy and Public Policy, building relationships with recruited Ambassadors, and leading recruitment efforts for those needing to be recruited.
Work in collaboration with neighboring chapters and other non-profit organizations to ensure city, state and Federal Public Policy initiatives benefit our constituents.
Contribute to the success of Walk to End Alzheimer's events and The Longest Day in the area, identifying specific goals for personal self that will add value and girth to the events. Lead revenue opportunities personally in other areas, such as Intermediate Gifts, Reason to Hope-Boise, major gifts and planned gifts prospect identification, and launch additional relationship events for FY'18.
Serve as the lead chapter staff for Corporate relationships and development; build solid relationships with corporate partners and community organizations.
Directly supervise Program Specialist and Walk Specialist, and others as assigned.
Lead volunteer recruitment to ensure appropriate resources are in place to achieve the chapter's goals and objectives.
Work with the National office's Relationship Development & Strategic Giving experts to enhance our major giving opportunities.
Create and manage chapter budget, maintain financial records, and oversee daily office functions.
Serve as the primary spokesperson for the chapter territory.
Oversee day-to-day operations for the Greater Idaho office, and serve as the collaborative leader for this office and operation.
Partner with other EDs in Region 1 on leadership of initiatives as opportunities rise.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
Proven experience leading a similar Voluntary Health Association (VHA) of size and scale, one with potential for significant growth.
Mass market special event fundraising experience required; additional fundraising experience a plus.
Community mobilization and/or volunteer recruitment and management experience.
Effective communicator and experience as a community spokesperson.
Proven success in collaboration, and working across department lines and territory boundaries.
Experience interpreting data analytics, monitoring results, taking corrective actions, and creating productivity enhancements.
History of identifying, recruiting, developing and retaining staff and volunteers, building alignment and achieving goals around the strategic priorities.
Proven ability to lead implementation across a spectrum of cross-functional initiatives.
Excellent verbal, written, and organizational skills.
Superior management skills with ability to troubleshoot, resolve differences, and ability to gain wide-spread support in the course of managing projects.