Community Relations Manager
What’s your motivation? Are you looking for a rewarding career that combines professional grown with personal fulfillment? It so, consider the American Heart Association whose is Building Healthier Lives Free of Cardiovascular Diseases and Stroke . We have an excellent opportunity for a Community Relations Manager in the Greater Bay Area.
The Manager, under the supervision of the Senior Community Health Director and in collaboration with Greater Bay Area staff, is responsible for implementing volunteer recruitment, cultivation and activation, as well as marketing activities related to the 2020 Health Impact Goal and cause campaigns in the Greater Bay Area. This includes networking with community groups to develop and expand the volunteer base. The Manager also will be responsible for the execution of Greater Bay Area cause campaign projects, including but not limited to: Week of Caring, Wear Red Day, Start Walking Day, Research Reception.
Key Responsibilities include :
Volunteer Recruitment - Recruit and manage community and corporate volunteers to serve on various committees and to assist in marketing and outreach activities including speaking request and health fairs. Assists with intern recruitment and process for offices within the Greater Bay Area. Works on bi-monthly volunteer newsletter
Event Planning and Execution - Plan and execute appropriate activities and events to further the awareness of the AHA
Support theSenior Director of Community Health in achieving the Association’s mission-related goals through agreed upon strategies and best practices.
Qualified applicants will need to have:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
1-3+ years related experience in alliance building, project management, non-profit volunteer management
Ability to manage multiple project and multiple priorities while meeting deadlines. Ability to adapt easily to changing priorities
Ability to work well in a team driven environment and interact with staff, volunteers and the public both individually and in-group settings
Ability to accept ownership of projects and function independently with minimal supervision
Intermediate or advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office package
Excellent writer with ability to draft business correspondence, edit newsletter and draft event scripts. Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Willing and able to travel within the assigned territory and work evenings/weekends as needed
Attracting talented, committed employees means offering a competitive benefits package, ongoing professional development and training, and a diverse and inclusive environment in which to work and grow. And we do. To find out more visit www.heart.org/careers and click “benefits” for more information.
Apply online today and discover why the NonProfit Times has recognized the American Heart Association as one of the “Best Non Profits to Work” year after year.
Candidates must apply online as the American Heart Association’s recruitment process does not include the utilization of fax or hard copy resumes. No phone calls please.
American Heart Association - 2 years ago
The American Heart Association (AHA) is a not-for-profit organization devoted to the fight against heart disease and stroke (both among...