Organizational Director

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Arizona Sustainability Alliance

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Organizational Director

Job Purpose

The Organizational Director will be responsible for overseeing all of the organizational components of AZSA, including but not limited to: operations, communications, and volunteer management.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work with Directors of operations, communications, and volunteer management to ensure successful design and implementation of respective strategies
  • Act in the role of any and all of the three Directors if the positions are a) vacant or b) the person is temporarily unavailable
  • Willingness to step into any role in operations, communications, and volunteer management as necessary
  • Work with organizational directors to ensure they are fulfilling their individual roles and responsibilities
  • Provide consistent support and clarity to organizational directors
  • Ensure teamwork and cohesion among organizational components and team members
  • Work directly with the Assistant Executive Director to ensure that operations, communications, and volunteer management are completing their goals
  • Responsible for working with three directors to create annual budgets for operations, communications, and volunteer management
  • Ability to continuously learn, research, and execute new tools in operations, communications, and volunteer management
  • Manage recurring donations, working with the communications team and the development team
  • Will be a member of the Fundraising Committee representing recurring donations
  • Work with the Programs Directors and Assistant Executive Director to ensure that priority leaders are receiving the necessary support from operations, communications, and volunteer management
  • Work with the Programs Director and Assistant Executive Director to strategize and problem solve as it relates to operations, communications, and volunteer management

Desired Skills

  • Experience managing multiple people and tasks
  • Experience in conflict resolution
  • Experience in strategic planning
  • Experience using project management software
  • Experience in a high level leadership position
  • Experience in problem solving and troubleshooting
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work well remotely
  • Ability to act in the best interest of the nonprofit

Time commitment: Approximately 40 Hours Per Week

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About Arizona Sustainability Alliance

Location:

8205 South Priest Drive #11962, Tempe, AZ 85284, US

Mission Statement

The mission of the Arizona Sustainability Alliance is to create and support cutting-edge, project-based sustainability solutions in Arizona.

Description

The Arizona Sustainability Alliance is a volunteer, non-partisan group committed to protecting our environment and promoting sustainable living through action and advocacy. Through

  • Civic engagement

  • Collaboration

  • Education
We empower Arizona citizens to work together toward more verdant, equitable and sustainable communities. We share a deep concern about catastrophic climate change, the future of our planet and the health and well being of generations to come.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Phoenix Metropolitan AreaPhoenix, AZ 85004

(33.45283,-112.0685)
 

SKILLS

  • People Skills
  • Project Management
  • Critical Thinking
  • Business Development
  • Group Facilitation
  • Management

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Approximately 40 Hours Per Week
  • Include Cover Letter and Resume

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