Education/Teaching/Training, Human Resources, Program Management
4 Year Degree
Veteran or military-experienced candidates encouraged to apply.
The Alzheimer's Association is seeking a dynamic, motivated and organized individual to provide coordination and delivery of education programs as well as scheduling/implementing outreach and awareness activities pertaining to Alzheimer’s disease in the assigned territory. Focus is on recruiting, training supervising and motivating volunteers to assist with Chapter education and outreach efforts.
The ideal candidate should know the Springfield and veteran community well, be very comfortable with public speaking and have experience managing volunteers. Knowledge of aging and/or Alzheimer's disease a plus. This is a full-time position requiring occasional evening and weekends. Veteran or military-experienced candidates encouraged to apply.
Plan, coordinate and implement education programs in compliance with Association and Chapter standards.
Build, maintain, and strengthen community partnerships and promote awareness of the Association and its mission by attending networking meetings and events.
Work closely with the Communications staff to implement effective marketing tools for local education programs.
Identify and secure host sites for face-to-face education programs; promote Audio Conferences, webinars and other virtual education opportunities.
Recruit, train and supervise volunteers that are considered para-professionals, i.e., volunteers that deliver community education programs without staff supervision; work with volunteers regularly in committees and in one-on-one situations throughout the year.
Represent the Association within the community by participating in civic organizations, committees, workgroups, etc.
Assist with coordination and promotion of yearly conferences and/or seminars as assigned.
The Alzheimer's Association is making a difference and so can you!
The Alzheimer's Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. We are the largest private funder of Alzheimer research and the premier source of information and support for the more than 5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s disease and their 15 million families and caregiv...ers. The Alzheimer's Association was recently recognized as the #1 best large nonprofit to work for in 2016. We are proud to say that this makes the seventh year in a row that we’ve won Non-Profit Times 50 Best Places to Work award! We offer an excellent work environment and career development opportunities, coupled with competitive benefits and pay.