Assist in the development and implementation of Affinity Group programs for multiple groups and work collaboratively with a small team of professionals focused on growing this program
Manage multiple volunteer committees, including recruitment of new volunteers, communications with committee members, oversight of, and follow-up to committee meetings including logistical support of activities
Build and cultivate productive relationships with a wide range of colleagues and departments across the university including other Central Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) units, Divisional DAR staff, career services and other offices as appropriate to leverage new opportunities, create new groups and programming and discover new volunteers
Facilitate the maturation process and growth of committee structures and creation of best practices
Assist with the marketing and promotion of the Affinity Program and its activities both externally and internally through traditional media channels, electronic communications, web platforms and social media
Staff Affinity events - locally and around the country
Conduct discovery calls and visits to engage new Affinity volunteers
Assist with the maintenance of the Affinity Web Platform-specific group pages, creation of calendar pages
Contribute to and assist with the development and content of the Affinity Facebook Page and GoHop Online Pages
Manage updates to ALADIN, the constituent database for Affinity volunteers and program tracking
Consider and develop relationships for Affinity support through donations to the Alumni Association and sponsorship opportunities
Execute other special projects as assigned by supervisor
Bachelor's degree and three years related experience required.
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