As an Associate Director of Events and a visible member of the Communications and Strategic Initiatives team, you will have the discretion and authority to direct events and activities that shape Seattle Colleges' image and reputation with more than a thousand external stakeholders annually (community leaders, legislators, government officials, etc.) and internal stakeholders (faculty, staff, and students). These events include, but are not limited to Convocation, Commencement, and The Martin Luther King, Jr Celebration.
To achieve this, you'll need to develop cooperative relationships with faculty and staff, campus stakeholders, business contacts, public officials, volunteers, and supporters. As part of your role, you'll also provide counsel to Seattle Colleges' Foundation and college event and communication teams.
AFT Washington is a state federation affiliated with the 1.6 million American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO. We represent about 6,500 members including faculty from the community and technical colleges and pre-K through 12 classified employees. We also jointly represent professors at Eastern, Central, and Western Washington universities and The Evergreen College with the Washington Education Association. The mission of AFT Washington is to voice the ideals of our locals and members for workplace fairness and social justice while strengthening and focusing their collective power to attain those ideals.
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