Advisor Digital Outreach & Promotion-OVS

Feb 13, 2014
Mar 15, 2014
Ida Parker
Full Time
This position reports directly to the Manager-Operations & Volunteer Technology. Directs the promotion of Create The Good as well as the digital outreach and promotion of volunteering overall at AARP. Develops and successfully executes strategic and operational plans to achieve the dashboard goal of engaging people 50+ in service and volunteerism opportunities. In collaboration with Office of Volunteerism & Service (OVS) staff, provides strategic marketing support to State Offices, Driver Safety, Experience Corps, Tax Aide and other volunteer efforts across the Association in their efforts to recruit volunteers through social media, email, and/or paid on-line search. Works across all of AARP’s units and functions, including all areas within AARP and its subsidiaries and affiliates to accomplish goals. Directs application of AARP’s resources to the strategic accomplishment of building, maintaining and engaging the CTG on-line network. Coordinates acquisition and activities of contingent labor and management of the ONES opportunities database.

Completion of a Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline, with an emphasis in marketing and volunteer engagement efforts, and 6-8 years of experience in progressively responsible positions; or an equivalent combination of training and experience related to the duties of the position.
Strong commitment to the AARP goals for volunteerism and service and expertise in the subject area.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse individuals and groups through coaching, leadership, and building trust. Ability to persuade, to negotiate, and to otherwise work effectively with others to gain respect and to build commitment to organizational goals.
Demonstrated ability in volunteer management systems, program planning, project management, and operations process coordination and implementation.
Demonstrated ability to develop and implement strategic programs across complex organizational structures.
Demonstrated ability to analyze data, prepare concise summaries, and provide sound recommendations related to systems issues.
Ability to develop and track budgets, including forecasting.
Ability to establish and track organizational success metrics.
Ability to interpret technical issues for non-technical staff and volunteers.
Ability to manage multiple projects, with high standards for performance.
Ability to collaborate with and direct the activities of vendors, and assist with managing vendor contracts to meet deadlines and achieve deliverables.