ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH, Alumni Association, to coordinate, create, and implement Alumni Association (AA) programs in person and virtually for and with primarily alumni, but also parents, friends, and students (graduate and undergraduate) residing in the major international regions of Asia, Middle East, South America and Europe. Will build programming to engage international GSE students and alumni with a goal of student involvement in MITAA post-graduation; serve as the primary campus liaison to MIT programs with an international focus; identify, enlist, and cultivate alumni volunteers, parents, friends, and students in support of those programs; implement programs best suited for individual cities/interests; develop a close working relationship with the area volunteer leaders and donors to strengthen regional activities; develop a vigorous, self-renewing volunteer leadership organization throughout the region; act as a catalyst and convener between various constituencies that would benefit each other and MIT by working together; and convene and manage an AA international strategy team.
REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree; at least three years' experience in alumni relations and/or fund-raising in a university or nonprofit setting; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to work as part of a team in a service-oriented environment; strong organizational written and oral communication skills; ability to determine goal, set priorities, and multitask; initiative; detail orientation; ability to recruit, motivate, train, and manage volunteers; proficiency with PC computers and standard applications. Knowledge of Advance Web and iModules/Encompass would be helpful, as would marketing or public relations skills. International travel experience is preferred. Job #14490-O
Evening and weekend work required.
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