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PART-TIME Regional Director (Orlando Florida area)

The FIRST Regional Director will report to the Manager of Field Operations, and work collaboratively with the FIRST program Directors and staff in the development, growth and support of the FIRST Programs, including the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), the FIRST LEGO League (FLL), and the FIRST LEGO League Junior (FLLJr.) at the local and regional level.  The goal is to create and maintain a volunteer driven, self-sustaining group that will support the growth goals for all programs in the region.  The Regional Director will also be responsible for the FRC Regional Competition(s) in a specific region.

• Act as primary representative for FIRST in the region, and primary liaison between the regional committees, the VP of Field Operations, and other FIRST staff.               
• Recruit and support a local Executive Advisory Board.  Work with the Executive Advisory Board to create a regional business plan in support of the strategies and objectives of the FIRST Business Plan, which will provide for the long term direction, support and expansion of the programs in their region(s). 
• Develop, and support Regional Planning Committee members in all the committee activities necessary to conduct a successful competition.  Ensure the committees and competitions follow the appropriate FIRST standards and guidelines.
• Lead the effort to recruit FRC teams to meet target growth numbers and for ongoing support to achieve sustainability.  
• Support the effort to conduct monthly joint Operating Committee meetings with the FRC Committee Chairs, FLL and FTC partners, FIRST Senior Mentor(s) and VISTA Members (if applicable) to help facilitate communication  in  the region.
• Provide direction and assistance to the FIRST Senior Mentor(s) and VISTA Members as applicable.
• Work with the Executive Advisory Board, the FRC Planning Committee, to cover the expenses associated with the execution of the FRC competition.  
• Cultivate relationships with local chapters of professional organizations (such as ASME, IEEE, SWE), local school administrators, community leaders, universities, etc.
•  Coordinate ‘off-season’ events (VIP, volunteer and team recruitment) as applicable.
• Provide defined monthly progress reports, expense reports and other reports as required by the VP and Manager of Field Operations and FIRST policies.
• Work with the local business, school and government communities to increase awareness of the FIRST mission.
• Other responsibilities as defined by the VP and Manager of Field Operations.

• 3-5 years of proven fundraising experience in a non-profit or for-profit business;
• Strong oral and written communications skills
• Financial and budget management skills
• A willingness and ability to travel
• Experience and knowledge of FIRST is a plus

 

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