Vice Chair: SCORE Northeast New Jersey


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Cause Areas

When

It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.

Where

One Bergen PlazaVice Chair HomeAuxiliary Locations as neededHackensack, NJ 07601

About

Chapter Vice Chair

SCORE NENJ, providing mentoring services and ongoing educational workshops to local entrepreneurs and business owners in Bergen and Passaic Counties, is searching for a Chapter Vice-Chair.

Generally, a Vice Chair is the successor to the chapter chair and assists in the discharge of the chair duties. The vice chair:

  • Acts in place of the chair when the chair is absent or unable to serve.
  • Performs other duties that are assigned by the chair.
  • Assists the chair in implementation or delegation of chapter activities at the discretion of the chair.

The duties of the Chapter Chair which may be shared or supported are:

  • Responsible for overall chapter management.
  • Ensure that the chapter is compliant with SCORE policies, procedures, Chapter Minimum Standards, goals and objectives.
  • Works to ensure the chapter is in alignment with SCORE’s mission and vision as well as agreed upon goals and objectives.
  • Develop and maintain a leadership team within the chapter and to delegate appropriately to both the leadership team and to committees within the chapter.

Marketing Committee Chair

The Marketing Committee chair maintains a committee of volunteers and hired staff to create and maintain market awareness of the chapter. To accomplish this mission the chair will prepare a marketing program, focused on community engagement to including public relations in compliance with the minimum standards, to assist the chapter in achieving its goals.

  • All aspects of SCORE chapter branding; including, but not limited to advertising (both print and electronic), public relations, women in business and community outreach program marketing. This includes ensuring all SCORE branding by the chapter is consistent with all materials available from the National SCORE office.
  • Development of relationships with media personnel, including coordination of activities of all contracted public relations/publicity professionals.
  • Oversight of the visual presentation of the website and chapter printed materials with input on content.
  • Coordination with the chapter chair and/or Executive Committee in the development of the annual marketing budget and the annual strategic plan.
  • Participation with other chapter volunteers in organizing and implementing client relations, such as client satisfaction surveys, client development activities, internal chapter communications and special events.

Skills

  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Public Relations
  • Group Facilitation
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • Community Outreach

Good Match For

People 55+

Requirements & Commitment

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Orientation or Training
  • Estimate 20 hours per week.

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