The Manager will develop and be the brand ambassador for The Society of Torch and Laurel – a program developed by NSCS that recognizes high school high achievers and provides them and their families with the vital tools to successfully transition to college.
This position will build and manage core relationships and outreach activities with high school leaders, organizations, and associations to establish the credibility and benefits of the organization in order to help grow the program and the participation with high school scholars and their parents. The Manager, The Society of Torch & Laurel will serve as an ambassador in the high school space while building partnerships between Torch & Laurel and other organizations/programs. They will manage the program with the goal of growing it into a sustainable line of business that directly contributes to the organization’s bottom line.
REPORTS TO: Associate Director, Member Engagement Programs
Develop a platform for The National Society of Collegiate Scholars newest program, The Society of Torch & Laurel, developing name recognition and long term growth.
Build and maintain relationships with key high school administrators, counselors, high school parent groups, college admission officers and other potential vendors.
Ensure recruitment campaign effectively represents The Torch & Laurel brand for impactful results.
Manage the Torch & Laurel budget.
Generate partnerships and sponsorships to develop connections with companies and organizations that will support The Torch and Laurel mission.
Identify opportunities, attend, and present at conferences on behalf of Torch & Laurel.
Travel as required to represent The Society of Torch & Laurel around the country about 10% of the year.
Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Preferred
Minimum 3 years of professional experience with an emphasis on marketing/sales and program development in a K-12 environment preferred
Strong relationship management skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong project management with a result driven emphasis
Prior experience in a fast paced work environment
Ability to problem solve and think critically
Proficiency in MS Office Suite
Experience with Salesforce a plus
NSCS membership a plus
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 requires that the Physical Demands of each job be identified. The following information is intended to describe normal, physical demands found on the job. It is not intended to identify ideal, hypothetical or extreme cases.
This position includes sedentary work consisting of but not limited to:
Ability to stand or sit for prolonged duration
Ability to perform repetitive finger, hand, and arm movements
Ability to lift 25 lbs.
Talking-giving verbal instructions in close range, and speaking over the phone,
Able to perform simple math
Ability to utilize electronic equipment such as computer, 10-key, telephone, etc.
Ability to think critically and provide appropriate solution
Additional Salary Information: This is a salaried “Exempt” position. Exempt means that positions typically include salaried employees with executive, administrative or professional jobs. Exempt employees are expected to work the hours necessary to get the job done yet at NSCS are afforded the flexibility (when the job requirements allow) of our flexible leave policies. Employees are exempt from the overtime pay requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
About The National Society for Collegiate Scholars
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honors organization committed to recognizing and elevating high achievers. With nearly one million lifetime members to date and a presence on over 330 campuses nationwide, our major areas of focus include providing benefits and on-going opportunities for our members. We’re using innovative approaches to ensure that we always deliver on the p...romises we make to our members and seeking motivated, enthusiastic individuals who want to be part of our vision. NSCS was voted one of the “Best NonProfits to Work For” by The NonProfit Times three years in a row and “Great Places To Work” by Washingtonian Magazine.