The Reflect Organization

Program Director

Posted on July 9, 2019

Title: Program Director
Hours: M-F, 9-5 PM, plus required travel to chapter schools and otherwise as needed.
Location: The Program Director must work at Reflect National, located in Philadelphia.

The Reflect Organization (Reflect) is a national mental wellness nonprofit, with college and university chapters, dedicated to empowering students to foster a culture of authenticity, self-love, and allyship on campus. Employees of Reflect live and breathe the organization’s values of authenticity, allyship, self-love, and student empowerment. As an organization, as well as in our work, we strive to create a culture in which people are proud to be who they truly are, rather than whom they think others want them to be; a culture in which people follow their passions, express their full and true selves, and feel supported by others as they do the same. Employees of Reflect are excited to be ambassadors of our message.

The Program Director is responsible for the management of each of the current Reflect chapters as well as any future chapters. The work of the Program Director is essential to the operations of Reflect National as well as each chapter location.

In the interest of supporting Reflect’s belief in wellness and fostering innovation, Reflect endeavors to create a passionate, supportive, and healthy working environment where self-care is a focus and employees can thrive.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Chapter Activity Management
  • Including, but not limited to:
  • Creating and performing chapter evaluations.
  • Developing and implementing innovative strategies to improve all chapters.
  • Equipping chapters with the knowledge, materials, and assistance needed to run its programs most effectively.
  • This includes, but is not limited to overseeing chapter transitions, providing marketing expertise, and supplying chapters with templates/manuals/calendars outlining and detailing how to perform all tasks necessary for success.
  • Training students at each chapter in group facilitation.
  • Performing any and all other tasks as needed.

Chapter Communication Management, Including, but not limited to:

  • Being the national contact for all chapters.
  • Hosting and organizing calls with and among the chapter officers, faculty advisor(s), and Reflect’s President.
  • Planning chapter recognition events.
  • Planning chapter development events/retreats.
  • Performing any and all other tasks as needed.

Other Responsibilities, Including, but not limited to:

  • Organizing chapter data, analyses, strategy, etc. into reports for use both internally and externally by Reflect National.
  • Regularly reporting to Reflect’s President.
  • Regularly reporting to Reflect’s Board of Directors.
  • Documenting and updating all processes performed in a manual, for purpose of future sustainability and replicability.
  • Performing any and all other tasks as needed.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree. Advanced degree encouraged.
  • Demonstrated expertise in marketing, management, technical writing, evaluation, and analysis.
  • Preferred expertise in marketing to college students.
  • Preferred expertise in management of college students.
  • Preferred expertise in evaluation and analysis as regards wellness.
  • Demonstrated interest in supporting college students’ mental wellness.
  • Ability to articulate clearly and convincingly the value of Reflect.
  • Experience working in a college or educational setting preferred.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Superior organizational abilities.
  • Superior communication skills.
  • Superior customer service skills.
  • Ability to work evenings, weekends, or as needed.
  • Ability to travel. Has a legal driver’s license.

Employee Benefits Package
In addition to a competitive annual salary, The Reflect Organization provides employees with a competitive benefits package, including supports intended to promote wellness and a healthy work/life balance. Reflect acknowledges that work is just one portion of the lives of their employees and fosters a work environment where employees are passionate about supporting the wellness of both themselves and others.

To Apply:
Email your resume, cover letter, and three professional references, as one Word document, to Use the subject line LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_Application_Materials.

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