Employment Opportunities

Chief Operating Officer

The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for leading all of AFTD’s major business functions and annual cycles across Finance, Human Resources, Technology, and Facilities. The COO is an integral member of the executive team and partners with the CEO and, at times, the Board of Directors. They will contribute to shaping the organization’s strategic direction by aligning resources and talent to key priorities through deep engagement with AFTD’s senior leaders and the organization. This position will be at the center of building a sustainable, impact-oriented, growing, and innovative organization — including employee engagement and retention, professional development, culture-building and increasing employee diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); financial management, office management, business development and contract management; and improving processes and systems to scale our operations. Click here to learn more and to apply.

Fundraising Coordinator

The Fundraising Coordinator is directly responsible for cultivating, supporting and implementing national, branded campaigns as well as independent, volunteer-generated events. The Coordinator will work in close collaboration with AFTD’s Development and Communications department and hundreds of GRE hosts to support in-person, virtual and hybrid campaigns. The Coordinator will be present at various in-person events, acting as the organizer and managing site set up and break down, or as a supporter, representing AFTD at an event. They will also coordinate efforts from organizing staff and volunteers to prepare for and execute campaigns. As requested by the Special Events Manager, the Coordinator may also provide administrative support for targeted AFTD Special Events or meetings. Click here to learn more and to apply.

HelpLine Manager

The HelpLine Manager is directly responsible for maintaining and expanding a phone and email helpline that provides current information, education and support to all persons affected by FTD. They will be responsible for managing the processes, procedures and staff that comprise the HelpLine, ensuring the accuracy of information provided in a timely and compassionate frame. They will also be responsible for management of AFTD’s Comstock Grants Program working with identified staff to award grants, monitor the budget, and collect and report outcome data. Click here to learn more and to apply.