Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture - and benefits - that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future - then take a look at this opportunity.
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CLASS PROGRAMMING , Alumni Association , to develop engagement strategies and provide class officer support for classes that are 26-50 years out from graduation by managing reunions and mini-reunions, and working closely with class volunteers to build community and increase class communications. Will manage 30th, 35th, 40th, 45th, an 50th reunion committees, including two major reunions; recommend, recruit, train, and provide ongoing support for reunion chairperson and volunteers; manage MIT's annual Tech Night at Pops; develop educational content for the Cardinal and Gray Society and other Tech reunion events; oversee volunteer training and acknowledgment; and collaborate with colleagues to integrate class programming objectives into Alumni Association activities and develop new alumni initiatives, including recommending alumni/ae for alumni boards and awards and assisting in Annual Fund initiatives.
REQUIRED : bachelor's degree; three years' experience in alumni relations, annual fund, marketing, or public relations in a university or nonprofit setting; excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written and oral communication skills; initiative; detail-orientation; and proficiency with PC computers and standard applications (including Microsoft Word, Excel, FileMaker, and PowerPoint). Must be able to handle diverse tasks concurrently; determine goals and set priorities; recruit, motivate, train, and manage volunteers; and work as part of a team in a service-oriented environment. Knowledge of Advance Web would be helpful, as would marketing or public relations skills. Some travel and evening and weekend work will be required. Job #17686-7
Internal Number: 17686
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