**Gamma Iota Sigma Alumnus PREFERRED with relevant work experience**
The Director of Education will oversee the organization’s educational strategies. The principal responsibilities of this position are to develop and manage the educational content across all programs throughout the year to build on student coursework and enhance the student understanding of the industry. Execution of programmatic and educational strategies will support Gamma Iota Sigma’s strategic plan and be done in coordination with the GIS Leadership Team, Executive Committee, and Board of Trustees.
Responsible for the Annual Conference programming and content; Regional Conference programming and content; and Leadership Symposium leadership training programming. Responsible for the One Campus at a Time industry campus visits and online content for classroom visits. Duties will involve establishing and growing relationships with industry partners and professional and trade associations.
Will be responsible for managing Annual Conference Planning Committee and coordinating and leading educational session development and other agenda items as needed.
Responsible for agenda and educational development for Regional Conference Series.
Responsible for leadership development training agenda at Leadership Symposium.
Manage One Campus at a Time Program with primary responsibility for planning and coordinating Tier 2 campus visits and management of online content for Tier 3 initiatives.
A Bachelor’s Degree and minimum of two years of relevant work experience. Risk Management or Actuarial Science degree preferred. Gamma Iota Sigma alumnus preferred.
Experience with educational, program, and leadership development and communication of strategic initiatives. Broad knowledge of current insurance industry trends. Demonstrated ability to establish and meet deadlines and to anticipate and respond effectively to undefined needs and unexpected challenges.
Overview of Expectations and Environment
All employees of Gamma Iota Sigma are charged with working under the director of the Board of Trustees, through the Chief Executive Officer, to accomplish all needs of the organization. This means that all employees from time to time may be engaged in all tasks which may include data entry, envelope stuffing, carrying boxes, etc. GIS currently operates in a virtual environment and all employees are expected to be “all in” on tasks necessary to deliver on the mission.
Role requires a home office location with internet.
Role requires approximately 25-40% travel, including air travel and driving. Role also requires a non-traditional schedule, nights and weekends are required for most events.