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- Senior Specialist, Clinical Initiatives Administrative Assistant | Texas Hospital Association - Austin, Texas, Basic Function : The Senior Specialist, Clinical Initiatives provides high-level administrative support by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests, and performing administrative functions such as preparing correspondence, publications, and events planning. Responsible for administrative operations of all Clinical Initiatives. Responsibilities: Plans and directs development information designed to keep internal and external parties informed of THAF’s clinical initiatives and services including gathering data, writing articles, taking photographs, selecting graphics, designing format of publication, and determining distribution methods. Develop material for website and social media in collaboration with THA Communications. Handle all aspects of meeting preparations for various committees, focus groups and events by preparing meeting notices, copying, collating and distributing meeting materials, arranging caterers and taking minutes. Coordinate and assist with the budget preparation and forecast. Create and process expense reports for staff as necessary Qualifications : Bachelor’s degree preferred or knowledge required is normally equivalent to the attainment of or equivalent of 3-5 years’ work experience with associations or other non-profit entities highly preferred. Three to five years’ work experience as an office manager and knowledge of basic accounting, project management and office operations is highly recommended. Must demonstrate planning, management, communication, public relations, leadership, organizational, and people skills. Working knowledge in meeting planning is preferred. Excellent demonstrated application knowledge of the latest version of Microsoft Office Professional Suite. Working knowledge of editing experience or document/graphic editing is strongly preferred. Must be mature and have a respected demeanor, inspiring confidence and trust in members, staff, and outside organizations. Must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Ability to travel 10% of the time. THA is an Equal Opportunity Employer – regardless of race, sex, veteran or disability status, gender identity, or sexual orientation. THA uses E-Verify to check the work authorization of all new hires. You may visit https://www.e-verify.gov/ to learn more about E-Verify.
- Application Systems Analyst | Austin Board of REALTORS - Headquarters, Job Title: Application Systems Analyst Department: IT Reports To: IT Supervisor FLSA Status: Exempt Position Summary : Conducting process reviews, configuring computer applications and processes, and performing vendor research to support the objectives of departments across the organization. These efforts create value for the company by significantly altering internal processes or bringing new technology to bear in important business activities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities : To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the following satisfactorily; other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Performs necessary investigation, analysis, and evaluation to determine project feasibility; helps to develop project cost and benefit estimates to establish project worth including the development of alternative considerations leading to recommendations for new systems or product installations, or change to existing ones. Analyzes and designs system applications and enhancements to meet user’s needs. Assists in the development of programming and other standards; maintains a high level of technical expertise. Ensures systems meet design standards and guidelines and are sensitive to company’s performance needs. Communicates projects/tasks designs, schedules, and status to appropriate team, systems management, and users. Develops specifications for systems corrections, enhancements, and development projects. Develops general and detailed documentation describing system specifications and operating instructions. Revises existing systems and procedures to correct deficiencies and maintain more effective data handling, conversion, input/output requirements, and storage. Analyzes designs, codes, tests, and debug programs to support business applications. Work closely with application vendor providers to ensure timely resolution of all technology related problems. Become an expert in core applications and provide user training. Assist IT staff with general support duties such as troubleshoot and resolve user reported problems with PCs, applications, printing, network connectivity and Internet access. Performs other related duties as assigned by management. Supervisory Responsibilities : None The above job description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and standards of the position. Incumbents will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as assigned by their supervisor. Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or related technical field; or 4 to 6 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Technical Skills : Knowledge of common Microsoft Server and Office 365 Applications. Knowledge of cloud-based applications and infrastructure such as Azure or AWS. Knowledge of APIs and microservices for integration and customization of business applications. Demonstrate knowledge of common programming languages such as SQL, XML, and more. Knowledge in data warehousing for business intelligence tools. Certificates and Licenses: Applicable certifications (Microsoft, Azure, Apple, API, etc.) would be a plus.
- Assistant Executive Director/ Program Manager- TXCPA Austin | Texas Society of CPAs Austin - Austin, TX, TXCPA Austin plays an central role in serving members in the Austin region. There are 2300 members in Austin which is part of a statewide network of 28,000 members. PRIMARY FUNCTION: Assist Executive Director in all aspects of administration and operation of the chapter including membership development and retention, program development and execution, and marketing and communications. Membership Development and Retention Coordinate annual dues renewal with TXCPA and the creation and execution of member recruitment and retention plans CPE, Learning and Member programming Serve as the Austin Chapter’s CPE (Continuing Professional Education) and facility coordinator. Coordinate program planning, scheduling, and administration including registration, marketing, invoicing, data management, catering, and program evaluations. Administer sponsor fulfillment Provide support for CPE instructors Provide input into the development of the CPE Foundation budget Serve as staff liaison for volunteer committees related to education and CPE Pipeline and Education Coordination of the chapter’s activities to support students and growth of the profession. Serve as staff liaison to appropriate volunteer committees as assigned Marketing and Communications Coordinate, create and post social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram) and web content Prepare and send the monthly electronic newsletter and other email updates As requested, assist Executive Director in various responsibilities . MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: College degree in business or communications. Applicable work experience Excellent communication skills, written and oral. Ability to travel overnight. Word processing, data management and spreadsheet experience. Ability to maintain a high degree of professionalism. PREFERRED BACKGROUND: Two or more years’ experience in association work. Knowledge of the accounting profession, business community Proficiency with software packages currently in use by the Society. Proficiency with Social Media platforms
- Membership Specialist | Texas Association of School Business Officials - Austin, JOB SUMMARY Responsible for providing exceptional member service by acting as the primary point of contact for member inquiries, entries and requests. Support the Director of Member Experience with various membership efforts as needed. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Assist members on a daily basis with membership, benefits and registration inquiries and concerns. Primary point of contact for member inquiries via phone or email. Process all event registrations and payments, including refunds, transfers and cancellations. Analyze non-member attendance at events and generate outbound calls encouraging membership in the Association. Contact members with a pending membership expiration to encourage renewal of individual/institutional membership. Process month end auditing reports to ensure accuracy of data. Assist webinar participants with access information. Generate reports on events and membership as needed. Research returned emails and mail documents to ensure that the member database reflects the correct member information. Responsible for monitoring integrity of TASBO database. Ensure that all accounting records are appropriately scanned into the association’s electronic files upon completion of transactions. Assist with accounting duties as needed. Assist the Director of Member Experience as needed. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of Association membership practices and procedures. Skill in operating standard computer and software applications including, but not limited to, electronic mail, word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations. Skill in using the Association’s computerized Association Management System (iMIS) and accounting system (Abila). Skill in the use of the Association’s electronic e-Community resource (Higher Logic). Skill in identifying and resolving problems efficiently. Ability to organize and prioritize work responsibilities. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines. Keen attention to detail. Strong interpersonal and oral communication skills required. QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE A minimum two years’ experience iMIS experience preferred. Exceptional customer service skills and attitude.
- Payroll Accountant | TAAO - South, The accountant is responsible for the association financial data, accounts payable and receivable, reporting, daily financial entries, and reconciliations. Managing daily accounting tasks such as monthly financial reporting, general ledger entries, and recording payments and adjustments, the accountant is someone that is capable and confident with QuickBooks Online and working with internal and external auditors. As such, the ideal candidate will have a proven track record of sound accounting practices with a strong background of working within a standalone environment, be a highly organized and detail-oriented individual, and able to fulfill both short-term and long-term objectives without losing sight of day-to-day tasks. Their focus is bringing financial processes to the next level as a hands-on doer -- not just a planner or delegator. Payroll, prepare employee salary statements and process paychecks. Maintain payroll files and create reports and ensure all payroll procedures are in line with governmental laws and policies. We are a small, tightly knit team, and we take pride in providing our association members with exceptional customer service. A comfortable learning ability, about our industry is a must as well as being able to multitask. Annual conference requires all hands-on deck. Event planning experience a plus! Our office is located south of downtown, Austin, TX 78741. Travel is expected in this position but limited to once or twice a year. Schedule, Full-Time, 40 hours per week, exempt position. Hours generally fall between 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Salary dependent on experience, ranging between $60,000 to $70,000. Vacation, holidays, and sick time provided. Retirement benefits of 7% of monthly salary are awarded after 3-month evaluation. Currently, no health or dental benefits. Experience : 3 yrs. accounting experience (preferred) Quick Books, Online, Experience (required) Understanding of HR and Safety compliances Payroll experience (required) Some College (preferred) Experience working with Non-Profit Associations (preferred) Event Planning (not required, but a plus) Additional requirements : Communication skills, written and oral Confidentiality Reliable Works cooperatively with others to achieve common goals
- Association Executive | Greater Lewisville Association of REALTORS - Lewisville, Supervision/Direction Reports to: Staff: Board of Directors and Executive Committee Supervise and direct all activities/responsibilities of the Staff. Encourage growth in each position by guiding Staff to bring and implement ideas for the good of the members. Create incentives for maintaining a positive office attitude. Perform annual performance reviews for staff. Building: Maintain the upkeep of the physical building. Create ambience in the building to encourage learning, networking, camaraderie, and a healthy office environment. Board/Officers/Members: Assure the objectives and directives of the Board of Directors, Officers, Committees, and Members are met. Keep the President apprised of all incidents that need to come before the Executive Officers and the Board members. Ensure that all duties delegated to the President are fulfilled. Financial Maintain accurate financial records, including accounts payable, accounts receivable and all six bank accounts. Coordinate with Secretary/Treasurer and Budget/Finance Committee all income/expenses in relation to budget. Meet monthly with outside CPA to review financial records. Submit semi-monthly payroll to payroll service. Complete an annual Financial Review with CPA. Create annual budget with Executive Committee. Education/Events Conduct monthly introduction to Agent Orientation meetings informing new members about the Association opportunities. Oversee, create and market flyers/videos for promotion of upcoming Association and TREPAC events. Public Awareness Maintain awareness of public, governmental, legal affairs affecting the Association and assure the Officers and/or Directors and/or Membership are properly informed concerning those issues. Attend State and National meetings when authorized and deliver appropriate information to Membership. Identify any additional service opportunities for Members within the community to spread the REALTOR® name. Meet with local leaders/local CEOs/local media. Attend local Chamber meetings and public affairs when possible. Committees · Board of Directors · Executive · Budget and Finance · Governmental Affairs · Community Services · ByLaws · Nominating · Installation · Membership/Affiliate · TREPAC · Education · Strategic Planning · Global/Inclusion · MLS/Technology (MLS Committee handled by MLS Coordinator) · Leadership Retreat Prepare Agendas/Minutes for BOD, Executive, B&F, CSC, ByLaws, Nominating, Installation, Membership/Affiliate Work in conjunction with GA Chair in arranging Political Candidate interviews, visits, and annual Legislative Lunch. Work in conjunction with TREPAC Committee in creating events to raise contributions for TREPAC annual goal. Work in conjunction with Installation Committee in arranging “Celebration” with installation and annual awards. Work with Executive Committee in implementing directives of the BOD and procedures as established by the ByLaws. Work in conjunction with Membership/Affiliate Committee in welcoming new Members. Arrange Annual Business Meeting for President to update Association. Provide incentives and opportunities to keep Affiliate Members engaged and active, and to create interesting Association functions and events. Work with Education Coordinator in arranging classes/courses for certifications, legal, contracts, general education. Invite guest speakers/arrange monthly Networking Breakfasts – speakers to include local/state/national political figures, local attorneys, local service organizations, local business owners. Arrange set-up/follow-through of annual Leadership Retreat with President, with speakers, agenda, training for BOD. Communication Generate monthly informational newsletter to provide Association updates. Generate monthly radio show/podcast to reach out to community on value of REALTOR services. Visit Broker offices monthly for relationship building. Hold regular Broker calls/annual luncheon with TREC Chair/CEO. Stay in contact with TAR liaison, and NAR liaison, when needed. Serve in leadership and committees at TAR and NAR. Attitude Interact in a professional manner with the public, governmental units, other Boards, NAR, TAR, related-trade organizations, and firms that interact with the Association and its members. Develop and maintain a positive working relationship with Members, treating all with the same degree of courtesy, professionalism, and fairness. Accept, adapt, and encourage change when in the betterment of the Association and the members. General Update annual NAR Core Standards Compliance, Strategic Plan, Financial Integrity, Social Media, TREPAC, ByLaws, Policies & Procedures, Employee Handbook and other governing docs. Maintain all operating agreements with vendors. Be the “Face” and the “Voice” for the Association. To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume to AEJobs@TexasRealtors.com.
- Director of Education, Meetings and Professional Development | Texas Land Title Association - Austin, TX, This position will report to the Executive Vice President and CEO and will be responsible for all education, meetings and professional development functions of the association. Key responsibilities include: Oversee all aspects of TLTA’s educational programs, including curriculum and content development, planning and managing in-person conferences, seminars, webinars and other remote learning initiatives including: 3 major live events – annual conference, annual land title school and annual legal institute as well 2-3 smaller seminars; 20+ live webinars per year; an on-demand learning library; other in-person and remote learning programming as they arise. Coordinate with event facilities, including site selection, contract negotiation, room block management, VIP reservations, special arrangements and special event contractors. Manage volunteer and paid speakers and course materials. Responsible for annual conference logistics, including working with the hotel to coordinate event details, managing staff, reporting and monitoring attendance and other statistics. Also collaborate with developing and planning the Conference program. Oversee the work of four TLTA committees of volunteers. Manage the TLTA certification program, working with volunteers, test partners and staff. Explore and recommend new methods for educational delivery, including working with and partnering with other related groups. Work with staff and the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) on continuing education requirements for the industry. Work with operations and technology staff to develop registration, continuing education and reporting procedures using the current Association Management System (AMS). Work with communications staff on promotional materials and communications strategies. Develop and manage the budgets relating to all educational programs and related committees. Essential Experience, Skills and Competencies: A minimum of 5-7 years of experience in an education and meetings position, preferably at a director level. Extensive meeting planning experience including contract negotiation, event facility coordination and room block management. Proven curriculum and content development experience. Strong supervisory and management skills. Extensive experience working closely with and managing the work of volunteers. Strong customer service orientation, an understanding of membership organizations and the ability to quickly assimilate information to understand the membership’s needs. Strong organizational skills and processes. Ability to work collaboratively across all functional areas of the organization. Ability to see the big picture coupled with ability to translate ideas into action - strong project management, follow through and execution skills. Ability to adapt to changing priorities, work on several projects simultaneously and thrive in a fast-paced work environment. Strong analytical skills and experience with database systems and reporting. High-level communications skills that are demonstrated in all formats and venues. Excellent personal presence and positive interpersonal abilities. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Certified Association Executive and/or Certified Meeting Planner certification(s) preferred. Salary based on experience - overall compensation in line with similar organizations.
- General Counsel & Director of Government Relations | Texas Veterinary Medical Association - Austin, Texas, The Texas Veterinary Medical Association is seeking a Director of Government Relations & General Counsel to lead its government relations department and serve as the association’s chief legal advisor. As general counsel, this individual will be responsible for overseeing the organization’s legal affairs, including its in-house corporate affairs, and providing legal information to TVMA, its affiliated organizations and members. The position is also responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s government relations plan, serving as a registered lobbyist for TVMA, and providing guidance to the association’s political action committee. Responsibilities Assists the association’s leadership in developing a strategic plan for known and potential legislative and regulatory activities related to the veterinary profession Researches, analyzes, and monitors government activities that could affect the association and the veterinary profession Assists association leadership in the development of position statements on proposed legislation and regulations and testifies before legislative bodies and agencies Drafts, negotiates, and advocates for TVMA supported legislation Builds and maintains professional relationships at the state capitol, at relevant state agencies, and non-governmental organizations Serves as the primary staff liaison with the association’s political action committee Provides guidance on legal matters affecting TVMA and the veterinary profession. Drafts and reviews legal documents Provides answers to general legal questions from members regarding statutes and regulations impacting the veterinary profession Performs other duties as required Qualifications Holds a law degree from an accredited college or university Currently licensed to practice law in Texas A minimum of three years legal practice experience Experience with the legislative process Lobbying experience preferred Experience in setting, managing, and meeting project or program targets Strong verbal and written communication skills