Special Projects Coordinator

Lasell College located in Newton, Massachusetts invites applications for the position of Special Projects Coordinator.

Position Summary:

The Special Projects Coordinator (SPC) will work with members of the Lasell College community to proactively engage current and prospective volunteers in support of the college's mission and goals.  The Special Projects Coordinator will plan and execute programs and events; conduct research and analysis and draft reports and publications. She/he will interface with members of the college's boards, administration, faculty and staff, and volunteers, as well as internal/external vendors as necessary. The SPC will report to Director of Development.

The primary focus of the SPC will be the leadership of programs designed to attract and engage volunteers for the college, including the Presidential Speaker Series; the Board of Overseers program; the Parents Program; and the Engagement Coordination program. The position will work directly with members of the Development and Alumni Relations staff, as well as members of the Senior Management Team, faculty and staff, and the leadership of the Board of Overseers to ensure the aforementioned programs achieve desired results.

The SPC will support the creation of reports and publications which help measure overall performance of the Development and Alumni Relations office, and its staff.

·         A Bachelor's degree and a minimum of five to seven years professional experience planning and executing projects as described above. Master's degree preferred.

·         Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, proficiency with email, internet and research databases is preferred.

Screening of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

How to Apply: Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and the names of three (3) references.
Lasell College is an equal opportunity employer.

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