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- Director of Education | Texas Library Association - Austin, TLA Overview The Texas Library Association (TLA) is the largest state library association in the U.S. with almost 6,000 members representing all library types: academic, public, school, and special and library supporters dedicated to helping libraries better serve their communities. TLA is a non-profit 501c3 membership organization founded in 1902 to promote libraries and library services in Texas and support the work of libraries, library professionals, and educators throughout the state. Exempt, Reports to Executive Director Directly Supervises: 2 Position Overview The Director of Education will lead the educational programming, content development and instructional design strategy for TLA’s statewide digital and face to face professional development portfolio. Additionally, the Director of Education oversees all meetings and events. The Director of Education is required to have experience in event management, education program development, volunteer and staff management. The Director of Education Development will write, create, and develop needs assessments, business plans, budgets, negotiate contracts, set pricing strategy, and collaborate with a multitude of stakeholders in the library community including school, public, academic and special library staff. Professional Development Develop, plan for and analyze the educational needs of all types of librarians across the continuum of position types and scopes of library staff. Implement TLA’s educational strategy through the design and delivery of highly desirable, innovative education programs via digital and face to face workshops, conferences, certification programs and other delivery mechanisms. Serve as the staff business liaison for various program committees, including TLA’s Conference Program Committee, Professional Issues and Ethics, Leadership Development, Texas Council of Academic Libraries and direct other Education staff liaisons in their activities. Effectively engage and cultivate volunteer and member strengths to achieve high performance outcomes and experiences. Develop strategic industry alliances to conceive and present education plans that align with potential funding opportunities and current educational needs. Develop relationships with industry subject matter experts including Publishing Houses and Speakers Bureaus to recruit and prepare high-caliber industry experts and celebrities to add value to TLA’s professional development content and experiences. Establish cross-functional relationships with all internal TLA staff program stakeholders (education, marketing, member services, finance, and the Association Management System and other technologies) to facilitate innovative education program development initiatives, and, adhere to production timelines from inception through product launch. Employ adult learning best practices and utilize current technologies to support learner engagement. Ensure compliance with applicable TSLAC, SBOE accreditation guidelines. Develop and implement assessment strategies and tactics for all educational activities based upon learning objectives and desired level(s) of educational outcomes. Meetings and Conventions Develops, directs and executes the strategic and operational plans for all meetings and convention activities. Prepares convention and event budgets, develops and manages departmental budget to achieve targeted revenue and bottom line, provides prompt and accurate forecasts, ensures timely processing of departmental accounting activities. Conducts site inspections and leads site selection, prepares and negotiates contracts with hotels and convention centers for future meeting needs and housing requirements. Approves copy and design of convention publicity materials and program, signage and other meeting materials as needed. Reviews and approves contracts for meetings, meeting vendors and District Meeting logistics before final authorization by Executive Director to ensure budget adherence and protection of the association’s financial resources and brand. Collaborates with Marcomm department to ensure successful marketing and communications of meetings-related activities. Collaborates with Exhibits and Sponsorship department to ensure all product and service marketing opportunities meet marketing, contract and event obligations, deadlines and budget successfully. Conducts and presents post-event analysis and makes recommendations for future events. General As a member of the management team, supports and fully participates in all association activities as a key contributor and staff leader. Manage all internal and external resources necessary to ensure the successful implementation and support of education programs. Supervise and develop staff to deliver education programs on time and within budget to meet technical and quality standards. Manage direct reports’ performance to achieve strategic initiatives/goals. Participate as an active contributor in the budgeting process, reviewing departmental financial statements monthly to ensure Education department activities are meeting and exceeding association fiscal budgeted needs. Maintain current professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing professional networks both in the library and association communities and participating in professional industry associations. Other duties may be assigned. Applications close April 9, 5 p.m. To apply please submit your resume, cover letter, salary requirements and availability to: Shirley Robinson, CAE Executive Director Shirleyr@txla.org Qualifications Bachelor's degree required; MLIS and/or CAE preferred. Minimum 7 years’ experience in delivering continuing education and events in a professional association or similar environment. Previous supervisory experience required. Demonstrated experience working with Learning Management Systems and Association Management Systems. Experience in writing and developing education needs assessments and grant proposals to support an education portfolio. Proven contract negotiation, meeting planning and sales experience. Able to master complex systems quickly and translate technical information for novices to easily understand. Ability to deliver on-time and within budget approved projects within established parameters using own judgment and related work experience in executing responsibilities. Proven ability to troubleshoot and to plan effectively to avoid problems. Demonstrated ability to independently plan and implement professional development experiences in a variety of innovative settings and formats Professionalism: Good judgment; ability to interact with all levels of staff, volunteers, and vendors. Ability to lift 20 lbs. Ability to travel within the State of Texas. Position contingent on passing criminal background check. Organizational Relationships – Reports to the Executive Director and supervises the Meetings and Events Manager and Education Services Coordinator. Excellent employee benefits provided including: •Company-paid employee health, vision, dental, and ADD insurance •Employer-matching 401(k) retirement fund up to 9% •21 paid holidays each year •10 paid vacation days each year •12 paid sick/3 personal days each year •Option for remote work up to 20% •Onsite fitness facilities •Centrally located in North Central Austin off Mopac •Close to ideal dining, shopping, and entertainment options
- Texas Realtors Political Action Committee Manager | Texas Realtors - Austin, The TREPAC Manager is responsible for educating, fundraising, and assisting with political activities as it relates to the Texas REALTORS® Political Action Committee. The TREPAC Manager works with local Texas REALTOR® associations, PAC board of Trustees, and staff to develop initiatives and advocacy programs to raise money and awareness about TREPAC. Job Description, Duties and Responsibilities Education/Fundraising/Political Activity: Heavy emphasis on increasing participation among target groups such as: Brokers, Commercial Practitioners, Top Producers, YPN and others. Assists Director and local associations in developing and implementing educational and outreach programs to promote and raise TREPAC awareness. Create new business opportunities with affiliated groups such as WCR, YPN, Property Managers, etc. Administers TREPAC Website, monthly TREPAC newsletter, TREPAC Certification Programs. Creates promotional materials including video and print for volunteers, Board of Trustees, and local associations. Manages TREPAC’s social media communication via Twitter, FB, Instagram, etc. Handles local association TREPAC contribution requests and distributions for state and local races, as well as other TREPAC political campaign support activities. Responsible for notifying campaigns of and any TREPAC Direct Campaign Expenditures administered on their behalf. Works closely with all other TREPAC staff, Field Reps and GA Dept. Extensive travel required providing legislative and TREPAC updates to local associations as well the need to attend Texas REALTOR® meetings and conferences. Fundraising and Events: Responsible for planning, coordinating, and facilitating TREPAC events and activities including Major Investor reception, PAC Breakfast, statewide activities, etc. Handles vendor sourcing, vendor contracts, budget, and timeline management of PAC events. Creates TREPAC materials to promote activities, events, and other fundraising programs. Maintain historical contribution reports for TREPAC investors, major investors, and award categories. Purchase TREPAC auction items and giveaways. Assists local associations develop and carry-out fundraising programs to promote and raise TREPAC awareness. Some travel may be required for local association visits, meetings, and Texas REALTORS® conference, and NAR meetings. Governance Meetings: Acts as staff liaison to the TREPAC Education and Orientation Committee, thereby attending meetings, setting agenda, preparing minutes, and working with committee leadership and other committees as assigned. Coordinates the TREPAC/GA Orientation in October, designed to train hundreds of local board volunteers. Coordinates with TREPAC Director in planning and implementing the PAC Trustee meetings, conference events, and provide other administrative support as needed throughout the year. Assists with the TREPAC booth at the PAC/GA orientation and Texas REALTORS® Winter meeting. Awards and TREPAC Merchandise: Responsible for the TREPAC awards program working closely with the TREPAC Coordinator to distribute and maintain the awards database. Communicates with our TREPAC investors, major donors and Hall of Fame members regarding meetings, events, and recognition. Work with TREPAC Coordinator on fundraising merchandise, inventory, and distribution. Provide training on available state and national award programs. Skills and Qualifications Bachelor’s degree or equivalent association, fundraising, political or governmental experience preferred. Highly effective organization, multi-tasking, communication, and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to accomplish results and meet set goals. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel and will be required to become proficient in all computer programs used by Texas REALTORS® to communicate with its membership and with the administration process. General office experience along with extensive communication, social media, and writing experience. Filing skills and experience needed to maintain files and records. Will have daily phone and email contact with membership. Must be able to answer questions promptly and tactfully. Frequent contact with committee leadership and local boards. Personal contact with association officers and committee members during semiannual state conventions and other called committee meetings. May handle phone calls and requests from members of the Texas Legislature and Texas Real Estate commission. Must be able to recognize elected officials. Cooperate with any department to achieve the goals of the association. Must identify priority of tasks and set schedule to complete responsibilities with minimum supervision. Must be able to make decisions about day-to-day tasks, projects, and schedules. Must exercise good judgment, use discretion, and work effectively under pressure in a self-directed manner within a collaborative team-oriented environment. Must also demonstrate the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects and see them through to completion in a deadline-oriented environment. Competitive benefits.
- Membership Coordinator | Texas Air Conditioining Contractors Association - Austin, Texas, The Membership Coordinator is responsible for providing superior customer service to current and potential members, supporting chapter success, delivering clear and effective communications, and assisting with meetings. In addition to membership. the Coordinator works closely with some chapter volunteer leaders on events and initiatives, and builds community and networks. This position works under the direction of the TACCA Executive Director. Membership Recruitment/Retention Provide superior customer service to current and potential members Provide prompt resolution to member issues and needs via email, phone or letter Support membership recruitment and retention regular activity, campaigns, and projects Maintain member database Chapter Support Support chapter success for chapters without staff Assist Executive Director and volunteer leaders in planning and coordinating events and meetings Work with chapter leaders to identify, recruit and organize volunteers to achieve chapter goals Travel to chapter meetings and events as needed Communications Provide clear and effective communications Work within TACCA’s Communications Policy to post and maintain communications through email, website and social media Curate content for monthly electronic newsletter and magazine articles Meetings/Events Assist with planning and organizing association meetings and events including, but not limited to: Annual Conference Board meetings Affiliated chapter meetings and events Perform other duties as assigned. Desired Qualifications 3+ years experience providing administrative support in an office environment Association experience preferred with event planning and membership experience a plus A member/customer service mentality and desire to provide excellent service Strong administrative, organizational, time management, communication and writing skills Able to handle multiple priorities with attention to detail Ability to communicate effectively with association members, leadership, staff, and others Ability to work with minimal supervision Team player with cooperative spirit and willingness to do what is necessary to get the job done Excellent computer and social media skills Ability to travel and attend occasional meetings in the evenings and weekends Knowledge of association management systems (YourMembership database) a plus Please submit resume with cover letter for consideration. The position will start at 30 hours per week, with the potential to grow into a full-time position in 6-12 months. There is a possibility for some remote work, but would need to be able to work in the office as well, so should be located in the Austin area.
- DIGITAL MARKETING SPECIALIST | Texas REALTORS - Austin, As part of our marketing communications team, the Digital Marketing Specialist executes the association's digital marketing plan using social media, email, and digital advertising. The ideal candidate demonstrates integrity, accountability, initiative and teamwork. We are seeking candidates with strong written and verbal communications skills who can successfully manage priorities when overseeing multiple projects. JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Execute and track digital marketing campaigns, including web, email, social media Measure performance of all digital marketing campaigns and social media efforts versus goals Integrate and analyze member data to provide custom digital content for users Maintain and monitor the organization’s social media presence across all channels Execute association’s paid social media efforts using outside vendor Create and share content that engages and builds connections with members and public Moderate user-generated content to ensure adherence with community policies Research and recommend strategies and tools to improve digital marketing and social activities Provide ideas and write content for email, website, and print publication Other duties as assigned SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS Two to five years’ experience in digital marketing Bachelors degree in marketing, communications, or related field Strong analytical skills Experience managing social media for an organization Communications experience as a writer, editor, or journalist Proficient with marketing automation tools, such as ActiveCampaign or Hubspot Familiarity with digital media concepts and best practices Solid knowledge of Google Analytics and experience with Google Tag Manager Familiarity with WordPress Experience with A/B and multivariate experiments Proficient with social media tools, such as Agorapulse or Hootsuite Job Type: Full-time Benefits: 401(k) 401(k) matching Dental insurance Disability insurance Flexible schedule Flexible spending account Health insurance Paid time off Schedule: Monday to Friday
- Manager, Technical & Engineering Communities Operations | American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Houston, Texas, ASME (American Society for Mechanical Engineers) is a world-renowned, member-based professional organization focused on serving the technical, educational and other programmatic needs of the engineering and technology communities worldwide. ASME generates approximately $115 million annually from the sale of products and services and provides a wide range of mission focused programs and activities. We currently are seeking a Manager, Technical & Engineering Communities (TEC) Operations to join our Houston, TX office team. The Technical & Engineering Communities (TEC) Sector engages groups and individuals in advancing engineering skill, art, science, knowledge, and practice. This sector is responsible for planning, developing and delivering new technical content in the form of products, services, networking opportunities, conferences, events and delivery mechanisms across ASME’s strategic technologies. Responsibilities of the Manager, TEC Operations includes: Serves as the staff liaison to ASME’s Technical Division Executive Committees and Research Committees (Groups), as well as support the activities of the TEC Sector Technology Groups. Works in close contact with committee leadership in the development, execution, and implementation of strategic plans, business plans, and succession plans. Works to assure that the operations of the Technical Conferences, and administrative activities of Groups are implemented per ASME Policy. Works with Groups as partners to ensure that conferences, publications, and other activities align with ASME strategy and policies and also meet the needs of the volunteers and customers. This collaboration is intended to result in better decisions, better buy-in to decisions, continuous and accelerated development of staff and improvement in processes, and to set a clear role model of collaboration for the entire staff and volunteer base. Ideal candidate must have a Bachelors’ degree or equivalent work experience. An engineering degree and professional engineering registration would be considered a plus. Candidate must have a minimum of four years of experience in association or society management leadership position. Engineering experience or experience in a technical role a plus. Domestic and International travel will be required - approximately 20-25%. In addition to the above, candidate must have: Ability to provide strong and capable leadership, recommending, developing and implementing policy and programs and mediating or solving problems among membership, staff and others. Possess short- and long-range strategic planning skills in order to anticipate trends and events, determine appropriate organizational direction and position the Divisions effectively. Experience in planning, organizing and managing financial resources. Demonstrated ability to effectively manage operations as well as the administrative and organizational skills to provide overall executive support. Ability to direct and motivate a capable staff and interact effectively within ASME and the volunteer leadership. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status. ASME takes affirmative action in support of its policy to and advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.
- Membership/Education/Admin Support | Non-Profit Association - South, Office Admin responsibilities, Orders all office supplies, Membership Dues Billing, Membership Database Maintenance, Association Application Processing, Collaborates with Education department, Prepares Education Material, Conference duties, Social Media Updates, Website Maintenance, Committee Liaison, Coordinate info for Association Magazine, additional duties as assigned. Minimum 3 year of Office and admin experience Minimum 1 year experience working with Non-Profit Associations Some College Preferred Customer Service Skills a MUST Proficient in Microsoft Office Excellent written and verbal communications skills Attention to Detail Ability to preform duties in a timely manner Reliable Works cooperatively with others to achieve common goals Experience Hosting on Virtual Platforms (Must) Temp position schedule, 25 hours weekly. Hourly rate for Temp position. If meets Full Time expectation, Salary based on experience for Full Time.
- Manager, Membership Operations and Acquisition | Texas Society of CPAs (TXCPA) - Dallas, TXCPA is seeking a Manager, Membership Operations and Acquisition to drive strategies to grow and serve our membership while designing and providing an exceptional member experience. In addition to managing our member services team as they deliver on our value proposition with incomparable customer service, this person will have the exciting opportunity to develop and lead programs and services that engage and connect members and prospective members across Texas . Success in this position depends on the ability to develop a collaborative working relationship with other departments and team members to ensure that membership campaigns and support systems are integrated with program development, reflect priorities, and respond to the existing and anticipated needs of members and volunteers. A strong focus on fully understanding membership challenges and developing strategies to overcome those challenges is essential. Provide strong leadership and development for the member services team. Oversee activities to ensure an exceptional member experience by developing and maintaining high customer service standards. Oversee the development and execution of membership campaigns that meet diverse needs, supporting our efforts to increase and retain members in all populations. Research the need for promotions based on demographics, market segmentation, survey data, and customer feedback. Plan and provide oversight for the annual renewal and group billing processes. Increase membership revenue through community growth, managing and growing membership products and services, and analyzing and recommending revisions to the existing dues structure. Provide oversight for member and prospect data collection, analysis and development of membership statistical reports. Analyze available data, membership value study, satisfaction surveys, etc. to identify current membership trends and projected demographic changes; and to develop, articulate and implement the strategies to assist in developing the agility needed to meet the challenges of a changing external environment. Serve as a staff liaison to membership committees as assigned by President and CEO. Administer membership policies and standard operating procedures. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Bachelor's degree in business, communications, public relations or related field. 2. Five to seven years’ experience in association management or membership with a minimum of two years in supervisory capacity. 3. Prior success in developing and implementing membership and revenue growth plans for associations. 4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a high emphasis on customer service and experience in creating and delivering written proposals and public presentations. 5. Team player with proven ability to manage, mentor, and motivate staff. 6. Advanced computer skills, proficiency with the Microsoft Office Suite, and substantial database experience. 7. Detail oriented, self-starter, with strong organizational and time management skills. 8. Availability for some business-related travel as needed.
- Executive Director | Texas Association of School Boards - Austin, TX, Texas Association of School Boards Executive Director THE ORGANIZATION The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) is recognized nationally as a leader in promoting educational excellence through advocacy, visionary leadership, and high-quality services to school districts. As the largest school board association in the country, TASB represents the largest group of publicly elected officials in the state of Texas (almost 7,200). This group of elected officials – as a combined group – preside over more than $54 expenditures annually, employ more than 659,000 people, and serve more than 5.4 million students. Since its inception in 1949, TASB has supported local district leadership teams and improved the quality of education for Texas schoolchildren. THE OPPORTUNITY The TASB Executive Director serves as the chief staff officer responsible for collaborating with the TASB Board of Directors to establish and implement its strategic vision and implementation plan, positioning the organization as a recognized leader in public education and school board governance. Overseeing the work of a robust and productive team of more than 400 employees, the Executive Director will be an entrepreneurial and inspiring community advocate with a passion for serving the diverse needs of school districts throughout the State of Texas. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES The incoming Executive Director will bring a strategic mindset and work in partnership with the Board of Directors and staff to advance TASB’s mission of supporting school board governance while advancing equity and student success. The Executive Director will collaborate with Assistant Executive Directors and their teams to provide the highest quality trainings, resources, products, and services to school board members across the state of Texas and beyond. The successful executive will be highly adept at navigating through the complexity of the organization and its offerings — which range from board development services, HR services, legal services, policy services, executive search services, printing services, facility services, and beyond. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS Executive leadership experience within a complex organization with multiple lines of business Forward-thinking mentality and strong business acumen Knowledge of organizational dynamics, practices and procedures, and the ability to make sound decisions in coordination with others Passion for public education and serving the needs of all Texas schoolchildren Understanding of school district operations, including K–12 and community colleges High EQ to partner effectively with school board members, staff, educational institutions, community members, and elected officials Proven ability to navigate networks and balance stakeholder needs Visible and accessible through crises and change Ability to build consensus A successful track record of attracting, developing, motivating, and retaining a high performing, team-oriented staff Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion internally and externally throughout their career Unquestionable personal and professional integrity EDUCATION Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required. Advanced degree is highly desired. TASB Employee Value Proposition Competitive compensation and benefits package Convenient staff-supportive amenities like an on-site child care center, mini- market, fitness room, and more A diverse, inclusive work environment that celebrates the unique identities, perspectives, abilities, and talents of all employees A friendly company culture that encourages a healthy work-life balance TASB is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate on the basis of an individual's race, color, disability, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, age, marital status, veteran status, or any other personal characteristic protected by law. CONTACT TASB is being assisted by Rosa Morris, Charles Ingersoll, and Nora Sutherland of Korn Ferry. Please contact TASBExecutiveDirector@kornferry.com for further information and to submit your resume for consideration. To view full position specification on Korn Ferry’s site, please click here. https://kfopportunities.loop.jobs/job/Korn-Ferry-Executive-Search-Austin-TX/141945157