Chapter: North Central Texas
Location: Waco, TX
Reports to: Executive Director
Salary Range: Minimum $52,800; Mid-range $63,701 - $71,350; Maximum $81,800
General Summary of Position: Responsible for the general management of the local office, including programs and fund raising in a seven county service area.
Core Job Responsibilities:
- Oversee office operation. Ensure office coverage during established office hours. Ensure compliance with Association policies and procedures, fiscal controls and standards, and personnel policies and legal requirements. Supervise paid staff and student interns.
- Serve as the local spokesperson on Alzheimer issues and chapter services; promote general awareness and media coverage on Alzheimer issues through outreach efforts that include speaking before community groups and professional audiences.
- Coordinate with Director of Programs and Services in establishing goals for delivering programs and services; oversee and implement programs and services in accordance with established metrics.
- Ensure accurate service statistics are maintained and monthly service reports are submitted. Also, submit weekly report of activities to supervisor.
- Development: Oversee all community revenue growth efforts, including planning and fundraising strategy and execution. Identify areas for growth, improvement and efficiencies.
- Key focus on Mass Market events including Walk to End Alzheimer’s, RIVALZ and The Longest Day
- Volunteers: Identify, recruit, train and manage volunteers who will assist the organization in increasing concern and awareness, advocacy, delivering services and growing revenue. Recruit and manage volunteer committees.
- Accountable to assist with Research, Public Policy, Diversity strategic goals for the chapter through role on the North Central Texas Leadership team.
- Act as thought leader for the Waco metropolitan surrounding area.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college and minimum of 5 years full-time work experience; supervisory experience.
- Excellent presentation and communication skills both written and oral.
- Excellent organization and time management skills.
- Ability to work independently and prioritize multiple ongoing workloads and specific assignments.
- Ability to work well with other staff, volunteers and clients.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision; effective self-starter.
- Ability to handle confidential information.
- Normal office environment.
- Regular public contact.
- Work may be stressful during periods of high volume or tight deadlines.
- Ability to drive a car to attend meetings within chapter territory and by air to attend other meetings as assigned.
- Ability to move boxes and supplies up to 30 pounds.
- Ability to set up and tear down tables, chairs, stage, etc. as needed for special events.
- Must hold a valid driver’s license, have a reliable transportation.
- Must be willing to work on evenings and weekends as occasionally needed.
- Must be willing to travel in and out of state for training or meetings as occasionally needed.
- Must accept other duties, as assigned.
- Must pass criminal background check.