*As the primary staff liaison to this program, you will be the program expert able to provide accurate and timely updates as to the status of the program to Foundation leadership.
*Reviewing, assessing and reporting on the various research taking place in the U.S. regarding the value of tutoring programs to inner-city schools. This may involve travel to locations where the research is taking place.
*In partnership with the Executive Director and Marketing Coordinator, develop a communication and marketing plan targeted at schools, universities, corporations and actuaries. The marketing plan will require new collateral and digital marketing pieces.
*In partnership with the Executive Director and the Corporate & Foundations Relations Specialist, develop a plan to increase donations to this program.
*Cultivate new relationships with education organizations like Teach for America.
*Identify the technology needed to help manage the day-to-day operations and logistics for this program.
*Develop and implement and necessary project management tools and manage the project on a daily basis.
*Prepare and present research on how the Foundation might expand this program to other locations.
*Coordinate and communicate with the actuarial membership organizations so they have a clear understanding of the status of the program and what opportunities for involvement they have.
*Act as the staff liaison to the Education sub-committee overseeing the development and execution of this program. This include regular communication with Education Committee Chair, sub-committee leader and the Board of Trustees.
- Generate mailings, press release audiences, schedule committee meeting conference calls and work with other Actuarial Foundation staff to perform additional administrative tasks as needed.
- Experience using Raisers Edge donor database software preferred, not required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED (an equivalent amount of training, education and experience will be considered)
- Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years’ work related experience in a nonprofit or association to include project work and committee/project team liaison experience.
- Project management experience is preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES including competencies that may be representative but not all inclusive of those commonly associated with this position.
Describe any specialized knowledge, skills or abilities that are required to understand the concepts of the job that is not documented in other sections. Examples are listed below.
- High visibility and accountability with the Board, committees, subject matter experts
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work effectively both independently and within a team environment
- Ability to travel up to 30% of the time
- Knowledge of policy and ability to apply that to unique situations
- Ability to make objective decisions using sound judgment
- Strong customer service acumen
- Basic math skills
WORK ENVIRONMENT (environmental and atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job. Examples listed below.
- Exceptional work environment that is friendly, team-oriented and goal focused
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITES AND COORDINATION required to perform the functions of this job.
- Ability to work as a team member and give direction
EQUIPMENT USED TO PERFORM THE JOB (may be representative but not all inclusive of those commonly associated with this position. Examples are listed below.
- Standard office equipment
- Personal computer and printer
- Specific computer software (MS Office etc.)
PHYSICAL ABILITES that are commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job, with or without reasonable accommodation. Examples listed below.
- Capable of stooping, bending, stretching and lifting
- Requires an extremely demanding level of concentration