Working closely with the President and the Board of Directors, the Development Director will be responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining a robust fundraising effort for the Center. Among other activities, this will include soliciting funders and managing relationships with them, researching grant opportunities and writing grant proposals, coordinating the Center’s annual conference on eating disorders, and communicating with internal and external constituencies on issues related to development.
The Manger of Information Technology (IT) is responsible for the management of all company-wide technology needs and support. This includes the organization’s data network, computer hardware and software, communications, networked copiers/printers and administration of the electronic health record. This is a hands-on position and is responsible for the network and desktop support of a 24 hour hospital with 47 beds, a 24 hour residential program, and 6 external clinic locations across Massachusetts and Connecticut. This position will manage a vendor IT support contract that provides ancillary support; however the IT Director is the primary support for the organization.
We are currently seeking a Marketing and Community Relations Associate for our South Windsor, CT Clinic. The successful candidates will be responsible for planning and implementation of a comprehensive marketing / community relations program, including scheduling on-site visits at schools, clinical practices, hospitals and colleges/universities; representing the Company in a professional, organized, well-informed manner by being knowledgeable of all the Company’s programs and being able to impart that information to the Company’s potential and current referents; obtaining feedback from referents and reporting such information to the manager in an organized and timely fashion; participating in Walden’s events and exhibits, and scheduling and preparation of such events; preparing high level data reports to be presented to senior management.