Alumni Engagement Chapter Manager
Baton Rouge, LA Alumni Engagement and Marketing
Job Type

The Alumni Engagement Chapter Manager is a dynamic, creative, forward thinking person responsible for developing growth and engagement of LSUAA chapters and affiliate programs. Serves as a day-to-day contact between chapters and the Association.

  • Energetic, outgoing, self-starter responsible for building and maintaining relationships and motivating volunteers within a wide range of alumni, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. 
  • Builds positive working relationships with chapter leaders to support chapter growth.
  • Provides a forward thinking, innovative approach to help drive membership and alumni engagement programming. 
  • Creates quantifiable chapter goals and shows results through monthly/quarterly reporting.
  • Provides support and structure to ensure chapter and affiliate alignment with LSUAA strategic plan, mission, vision and values. 
  • Frequent and regular participation in chapter meetings in person or electronically to assist with planning, structure, and communicating LSUAA initiatives and expectations.
  • Provides creative event and fundraising ideas to enhance existing programming and grow membership. Develops and maintains master chapter event calendar and organizes event schedules with LSUAA alumni engagement and travel team.
  • Coordinates chapter and affiliate activity and involvement within Traveling Tigers away game and home game programming.  
  • Maintains chapter and affiliate contact information, forums, etc. on website, social media and chapter portal on regular basis and coordinate updates with development, engagement and marketing teams. 
  • Plans events, executes and follows-up for university admissions and university executive team regional events with chapter leadership.
  • Types and designs general forms, memos, charts, tables, graphs, business plans, etc. related to Alumni Engagement and chapter development. Establishes, develops, maintains and updates filing system for chapter specific files; organizes and prioritizes large volumes of information for the department.
  • Works independently and within a team on special nonrecurring and ongoing projects acting as project manager for special projects
  • Supports in maintenance of the department finances.
  • Performs other duties and tasks as may be assigned from time to time by the Supervisor.


  • Bachelor’s degree; experience planning events and fundraising preferred.
  • Flexible schedule and ability to work extra hours; working and communication on weekends and holidays can be expected.
  • This position requires frequent travel, including weekend and holiday travel.
  • Experience in developing and implementing fundraising or business growth campaigns or events.
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