Clinical Nurses or Genetic Counselors with Dementia Experience for Director-Level Position
The Director of Support & Education is directly responsible for providing leadership that ensures AFTD’s support services and educational programs advance early diagnosis and improve access to quality care and effective support. They will possess a deep understanding of the needs of people living with FTD, their families and the professionals who serve them in order to identify gaps and opportunities to impact the organization’s strategies and goals. This role is responsible for ensuring that the clinical information AFTD provides to lay and healthcare professionals is current and accurate. The Director of Support & Education will represent AFTD externally in professional meetings and conferences related to advancing dementia care. They will serve on AFTD’s leadership team. Click here to learn more and to apply.
Digital Content Writer
The Digital Content Writer is directly responsible for the daily creation of content for AFTD’s digital platforms, focused primarily but not exclusively on web and e-blast content. They collaborate with members of AFTD staff across departments to ensure that AFTD digital assets, including the organization’s theaftd.org and Kids and Teens websites, reflect the most up-to-date content. The Digital Content Writer creates and refines current content that promotes AFTD’s search engine optimization and search marketing strategies. They work with content experts across the organization to reflect AFTD’s emergent knowledge of FTD and the full range of work to address the disease in accordance with AFTD branding, brand personality and messaging platforms, while responding to team requests from across the organization in a timely and accountable manner. Click here to learn more and to apply.
The HelpLine Advisor will be directly responsible for ensuring prompt, accurate and informative responses to all who reach out to the AFTD HelpLine. They will be prepared to offer accurate and up-to-date information in a supportive manner as aligns with AFTD’s values and will promptly and smoothly transfer calls to the appropriate party within AFTD as needed. The HelpLine Advisor will triage and respond to calls from a multitude of audiences including individuals diagnosed with FTD, caregivers and family members, healthcare professionals and others on matters relating to current FTD information, health and social care, emotional support as well as referrals to healthcare professionals and community support resources. Click here to learn more and to apply.