This is a highly responsible position that requires the exercise of independent judgment and financial stewardship on behalf of the Association.
Works in close cooperation with the Directors of Membership and Communications, and the Public Policy team.
Serves as the primary liaison to the Education Committee. Also serves as the primary staff in marketing Association educational programs, convention and events to new and existing members. The Director of Education and Events will attend Association events.
Education Programming: Excellent communications and project management skills. Graphics and design skills are preferable. Experience in developing and implementing professional education programs to fit the mission of LeadingAge Florida and its members’ needs. Experience in working with a committee of subject matter experts for the recommendation and review of relevant, timely educational topics and events.
Event Planning: Excellent communications and project management skills. In-depth knowledge of event planning and contracting. Demonstrated ability to plan large-scale events, including selection of venue, contract negotiation, speaker selection and negotiation, and vendor negotiation.
The Director of Education and Events is expected to perform independently with minimal guidance. Ability to organize, think, write independently and creatively, monitor and manage multiple projects, set goals and priorities, and meet deadlines. Knowledge of Microsoft Office software, and other computer software, as needed. This position requires a highly motivated, detail oriented and dependable individual.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Medical Insurance Coverage, Dental Insurance Coverage, Group Life Insurance Coverage, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays (9), Retirement Plan-403(b).
Internal Number: 20200311
About LeadingAge Florida, Inc.
About LeadingAge FloridaEstablished in 1963 as a Florida not-for-profit corporation. LeadingAge Florida is committed to assisting members in achieving excellence as providers, businesses, and employers. To accomplish this goal, the Association provides up-to-date regulatory information, a wide variety of educational opportunities, representation before the legislature and government agencies, group purchasing services, and opportunities for networking with peers. The Association is comprised of approximately 250 of the state’s premier elder care organizations and more than 140 business associates. More than 80,000 seniors live in LeadingAge Florida member communities. Thousands more are served through home health services, adult day care centers, and other community outreach programs offered by our members. LeadingAge Florida members are economic engines, providing an estimated 25,000 jobs statewide. They are sponsored primarily by community-based nonprofit civic, religious, fraternal, and other mission-driven organizations.