This position will develop and lead the cycling fundraising initiative for the Association. This will include the strategy, recruitment, ride details, coaching, and training program for the nationwide cycling program. This also includes all training, materials, plans, and resources needed for staff, volunteers and participants.
The Cycling Director position is remote/work from home based in either Austin, Texas or Denver/Ft Collins, Colorado. This position is part of National (internally known as Home office) Constituent Events Team, reporting to Senior Director, Constituent Events.
The Digital Communications Manager will create traditional, digital, web and social content in alignment with the Alzheimer’s Association brand under the direction of the Director of Communications- Texas. The ideal candidate is a self-motivated individual who will manage social media efforts, edit websites and blogs, administrate weekly e-news, create strategic email communications, monitor SEO analytics, manage digital ads, and increase web and social media traffic.Read more
The role of Alzheimer’s Association Capital of Texas Chapter Care Consultant is responsible to provide support and education to patients and family members as it relates to the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and/or related dementia diagnosis. This position will be mobile, in the Travis, Williamson, Bell, Hayes, and Bastrop Counties; patients and families may be referred to the Care Consultant directly upon diagnosis or medical appointments. Providing consultations and support, education, and resources, the Care Consultant ensures that each individual and their care partner receives a thorough understanding of Alzheimer’s/dementia supports and services available while also ensuring that related medical concerns are considered. In addition to individual and family care and support, the Care Consultant will work with the Capital of Texas Chapter to coordinate the community and professional education provided by the Alzheimer’s Association to ensure all families, physicians and health care professionals are provided the most current Alzheimer’s and dementia-related information.Read more
JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Associate Executive Director, the Adaptive Program Director will develop, organize, and implement high quality YMCA adaptive and inclusive programming for adults and youth both inside YMCA of Austin facilities as well as in and around the communities we serve. This position will also represent the YMCA of Austin at functions, events and trainings that support the overall mission of our organization and the work we do in inclusive programming. The Adaptive Program Director serves as a role-model and coach to all branch staff and helps develop a welcoming, nurturing, and thriving community within the branch.Read more
JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Associate Executive, the Program Director II plays a key leadership role in the effective operation of branch activities. The Program Director II serves as a role-model and coach to all branch staff and helps develop a welcoming, nurturing, and thriving community within the branch. This position manages multiple departments and assumes responsibility to delegate key job duties to qualified staff. As such, this position demands strong supervisory skills as well as the ability to prioritize tasks in order to move the branch forward to reach strategic goals. The Program Director II is directly tasked with ensuring both a positive member and participant experience as well as representing the branch and association with community groups and people of influence through partnerships, collaboration and philanthropic relationshipsRead more
Under the direction of the Aquatics Director, the Aquatics Safety Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day operation and safety of the pools. This individual will be responsible for the development of lifeguards and head lifeguards to ensure safety of all members.Read more
The YMCA of Austin is seeking a Development Intern to join our team. We are looking for applicants that are available 20 hours per week, flexible hours, from June-August 2019. A stipend of $500 will be offered for the summer.Read more
The YMCA of Austin is a 501(c)(3) non-profit serving more than 65,000 members and 30,000 program participants every year. The Y is dedicated to building programs for youth development, for healthy living, and for social responsibility that promotes strong families, youth leadership, and community development.Read more
Help ensure children get the nutritious meals they need this summer! Broaden your experience this summer by taking on a short-term assignment as a Meal Delivery Driver with the Summer Food Service Program.Read more
The Center for Nutrition Advocacy (CNA) (NutritionAdvocacy.org) is the premiere national advocacy organization working successfully to advance the pivotal role of nutrition practitioners in health care through public and private policy. CNA is part of a consortium of leading national nutrition organizations.Read more