Community Outreach Coordinator
- Provides education programs and outreach primarily within the southern county service area of the chapter including Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Guernsey, Harrison, Holmes, Jefferson, Muskingum, and Tuscarawas counties to achieve chapter and strategic goals and objectives.
- Identify strategic outreach opportunities in the community to further the reach of the Alzheimer’s Association, including general community settings and with healthcare providers.
- Establish proficiency in presenting all education curriculum.
- Monitor program sign in sheets and evaluations for team to ensure quality and satisfaction.
- Create program flyers and ensure website and calendars are up to date with program listings
- Work closely with staff and volunteers who may be doing data entry in these systems to ensure timeliness and accuracy.
- Ensure that documentation and statistical reports are in compliance with standards and submitted in a timely manner.
- Build community relations and awareness through networking and serving on external committees.
- Identify and form mutually beneficial partnerships with other organizations, physician offices and health systems.
- Establish and maintain collaborative working relationship with development staff team to ensure communication and coordination of overlap contacts/programs.
- Identify, recruit, train and support volunteers as community educators and support group facilitators who deliver core education and speaking programs.
- Establish proficiency in the Personify system and ensure programs, program attendees, support groups and support group attendees are entered in a timely manner.
- Bachelor’s Degree in education, other healthcare related field or equivalent professional experience
- Three years of experience in program development, program presentation, management and staff supervision
- Able to prioritize, multitask, manage multiple priorities, and work independently and thrive in a fast-paced environment
- Proven ability to work effectively with volunteers, staff and external contacts
- Strong organizational skills to plan, implement, and administer programs
- Excellent presentation and facilitation skills that reflect an understanding of different learning modalities, group process, and cultural diversity
- Proficient user of personal computer, Microsoft software applications, Google suite required; familiarity with donor software systems preferred
- This position requires extensive, mostly same day travel throughout the chapter service area.
- Must possess valid driver's license, access to a reliable vehicle, and proof of valid automobile insurance
- Self-starter, able to work with little supervision; highly motivated, detail oriented
- Capable of taking a broad perspective as well as observing process & details
Job Reference #: 2762