The Pro Bono and Financial Education Committees would like to make FPA MN members aware of a new engagement opportunity.
The Community Impact Liaison role allows new and established members alike to make a noteworthy impact with a minimal, flexible time commitment. Individuals interested in gaining project management knowledge or sharpening their communication skills will benefit from the experience.
The ideal candidate should have exceptional organizational and communication skills. They should be comfortable using database/CRM software to create repeatable systems and processes, with a strong attention to detail. Ability to delegate and then follow-up on tasks to ensure they are completed in a timely manner is a must.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Gathering and integrating data from FPA membership and committees regarding engagement interests and needs (quarterly)
- Creating targeted email communications to inform FPA members of available engagement opportunities utilizing Vlogistics software (ad hoc)
- Matching FPA members to community requests (2-4 per month) and follow-up with interested parties ensure the requests are addressed in a timely manner (ad hoc)
- Tracking community impact/outcomes in centralized discussion on Basecamp to support chapter PR efforts (ad hoc)
While the tasks as are able to be delegated to other FPA members, the Community Impact Liaison will ultimately be responsible for ensuring all tasks have been completed in a timely manner.
After an initial onboarding period, the monthly time commitment is expected to be 1-2 hours and the commitment will run through the end of the calendar year. After that time, the current Community Impact Liaison is able to continue in their role or train a successor for the following year.
If interested or to obtain more information, please contact Tiffany Walker at email@example.com or 612-347-7971.