The Constituent Events Manager is responsible to plan, implement, and evaluate all aspects of our signature event – Walk to End Alzheimer's using the nationwide event model.
This position is also responsible for planning and executing other special events along with volunteer recruitment, training and successful utilization.
Essential Job Functions
Responsible to plan, implement, and evaluate the Walk program
Reports to the Senior Events Managers under the direction of the Associate Director of Events to successfully implement the Chapter goals while fostering team work.
Recruit and manage all volunteers and committees to ensure best practices and standards are met throughout region.
Ensure growth in Walks by conducting community assessments as well as appropriately planning events, motivating staff and volunteers and creating strategies to increase revenues.
Effectively communicate with staff and volunteers responsibilities and expectations
Meet or exceed budget expectations for revenue and expense for the Walk program.
Responsible for planning and executing special events specific to the region.
Liaison to planning committee and works with group to plan and execute event.
Works with Senior Events Manager & Associate Director of Events on creation of print materials and promotion for event.
Works with Senior Events Manager and Associate Director of Events to determine budget and work to achieve goals.
Works with Development Team as needed on Chapter wide initiatives
Responsible to serve as the staff liaison to primary contacts for third party events.
Ensure that all terms of third party agreements are met by both entities, the third party and the chapter
Responsible for community outreach and volunteer relationships
All staff are expected to advocate for those we serve and the services offered by the Chapter
All staff are expected to provide information for partners in the community on the programs and services we provide
All staff are expected to support and participate in advocacy and public policy activities as requested
Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent experience is required
A minimum three years' experience in non-profit fundraising
Experience corporate sponsorship development
Strong communication skills
Experience in identifying additional sources of revenue generation
Experience in recruitment, management and training volunteers
Valid driver's license, proof of vehicle insurance, and access to reliable personal vehicle to meet travel requirements
Ability to lift up to 25 lbs.
High volume of public contact
Travel by car to attend meetings within Pennsylvania and by air to national meetings
Evening and weekend hours may be required
Work may be stressful during periods of high volume or tight deadlines
Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Google suite: mail, calendar, docs and hangout
Experience in Convio or other fundraising platform preferred
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Alzheimer's Association, Greater Pennsylvania
2595 Interstate Drive
Harrisburg, PA 17110
We are an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer and we appreciate your interest in the Alzheimer's Association.
Website : http://www.alz.org/
The Alzheimer's Association is the leading, global voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care and support, and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research.