Alumni Association seeking candidates for three open positions

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The Notre Dame Alumni Association is seeking exceptional candidates for three open full-time positions on our team. Here at the Alumni Association, we strive to “strengthen bonds to Notre Dame and each other; help [our alumni] to thrive in faith, service, learning, and work; and inspire them to act as forces for good in their communities and the world.”

These roles are located in South Bend, Indiana, and a brief synopsis of each is included below. Eligible candidates do not need to be Notre Dame graduates, though a passion for the University and a dedication to its mission are a must. For more information, complete position descriptions, and specific requirements for each role, please visit the links below.

The Senior Director of Marketing Communications oversees the development and implementation of the Alumni Association’s ever-evolving comprehensive strategic branding, communications, marketing, and digital engagement plan. The senior director is responsible for the management and oversight of all digital media strategies, including the current student and young alumni engagement plan and the Association’s broader storytelling initiatives. Reporting directly to the Alumni Association Executive Director, the senior director collaborates with the NDAA Leadership Team and numerous other senior University leaders, and manages a team of eight marketing and communications professionals and about $1 million in affinity program revenue. » Learn More

The Clubs Program Manager works to develop and enhance programming and engagement for thousands of volunteer leaders serving Notre Dame clubs in their local communities. The individual in this position also helps on-board new club presidents, builds relationships, and provides day-to-day support and guidance to six geographic regions within the domestic clubs network. The clubs program manager oversees the Universal Notre Dame (UND) Celebration program and works closely with the Clubs Committee of the NDAA Board, assisting regional directors in the planning, development and execution of regional meetings. The clubs program manager also creates and executes webinars and other learning opportunities for club leaders throughout the year, and serves as a point of contact for clubs’ annual participation in Notre Dame Day. » Learn More

The Digital Marketing Specialist plays an important role with editorial and administrative oversight of the Alumni Association’s digital presence, and is responsible for creating, leading, and measuring the effectiveness of the Alumni Association’s digital properties and campaigns. These properties include its social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube); its primary website, my.nd.edu, and other sites; and other digital-engagement focused initiatives as assigned. The digital marketing specialist leads the Association’s annual initiatives for Mother’s Day and Advent, including planning, scheduling, producing, marketing, and measuring key performance indicators. The individual in this position also assists and advises internal partners with the Spirituality, Service, Alumni Education, Career and Profession, and Clubs and Groups teams on their social strategy. » Learn More

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