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  • Editor-In-Chief | Association of Certified Fraud Examiners - Austin, TX, The Editor-In-Chief is responsible for the daily editorial operations of Fraud Magazine , ACFE’s flagship publication, a four-color, bimonthly magazine with a global circulation of more than 70,000. The candidate must have extensive editorial management experience in both print and online media, a proven copyediting background and impeccable writing skills. The position requires a commitment to developing a deep understanding of the issues and trends affecting the anti-fraud community and passion for quality. This highly motivated, organized individual will lead the strategic direction of the publication and seek to maximize value to the association members who receive the magazine. The Editor-In-Chief will work directly with the Associate Editor to oversee the management and deliverables of internal and external authors, editors and designers.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : Develop comprehensive editorial strategy and calendar in collaboration with the Associate Editor. Review Associate Editor’s edited drafts and give final approval for all copy. Create and maintain new columns and departments with ongoing development of article topics derived from anti-fraud trends and practitioners’ practical needs. Manage Editorial Advisory Committee processes, including review of articles and working with committee members. Work with confirmed authors in copyediting draft review process for each issue. Build relationships with subject matter experts, association members and freelance writers to cultivate regular article and column contributors. Work with art director on magazine design and layout processes for each issue, including development and execution of illustration and photo ideas. Lead development of Fraud Magazine production schedule and staff production meetings and work with all ACFE staff and outside contractors involved to streamline the process. Research and write articles and/or columns for use in print or online versions of Fraud Magazine. Edit and proof copy and perform research for Fraud Magazine print edition. Work with Design and outside contractors to manage content and delivery of Fraud Magazine app. Provide guidance and direction to advertising coordinator and circulation manager. Work with Communications to develop and disseminate member surveys. Performs other duties as assigned or required.   POSITION REQUIREMENTS : Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, or related field required. Eight to 12 years of progressive professional writing/editorial experience required; proven success in working with weekly or monthly publications. Must possess extensive copyediting and proofreading skills. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills to communicate on multiple levels. Effective usage of English grammar, syntax and punctuation; thorough understanding of AP Style and current English usage. Proven skills in organizing work, attending to detail, giving direction, managing time effectively and handling multiple tasks in a timely manner. Working knowledge of web editing and authoring tools, project management tools, content management systems (CMS) and related applications. Skilled in collaborating with internal and external resources. Excellent analytical and quantitative skills. Must be proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.   Equal Employment Opportunity The ACFE does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity, marital status, religion, disability or protected veterans’ status.
  • Continuing Education Manager | TXCPA Houston - Houston (Uptown/Galleria), TXCPA Houston is looking to welcome a Continuing Education Manager to its staff. The primary function of the Continuing Education Manager is to be responsible for all components of multiple education programs including event planning and logistics. The ideal candidate will possess strong project management plus onsite and virtual event planning skills. Critical skills essential for success in the role include attention to detail, organization skills, and ability to utilize technology. The Continuing Education Manager must possess interpersonal communication skills and be able to communicate in a professional manner with State and Chapter staff, vendors, volunteer leaders and members. Assist the various Continuing Education Committees of the TXCPA Houston with planning, development and scheduling of onsite and virtual continuing education courses. This assistance includes: budgeting; coordinating with speakers, sponsors and vendors; marketing and promotion; onsite and virtual management; event reconciliations and statistics. Develop a subject experts network in various accounting and business-related fields. Support Committees by preparing and distributing meeting materials and taking minutes. Maintain continuing education records in accordance with state guidelines. Collaborate with Marketing Coordinator to develop marketing/social media/messaging plans for educational programs. Register individuals for continuing education programs. Assist in setting-up training facility rooms in accordance with each event/meeting’s needs. Respond to member, speaker, sponsor and customer inquiries and concerns. Update database/website with continuing education information as needed. Assist with registration/check-in at each event. Other responsibilities as assigned. Health, dental, vision, life and short-term disability insurance; 401(k) plan
  • Sr Manager, Professional Development | test - Carrollton, Texas, Association Management division within a marketing company seeks a full-time Senior Association Manager, Professional Development. This individual will be a self-starter to oversee management of education development of an association. A client has a strategic deliverable to develop 5-10 certifications, school content development and online education curation and execution over the next 5 years. Association experience and excellent writing, editing and computer skills are necessary. This individual will have strong initiative and drive to excel and have success with all projects including content curation and guidance to subject matter experts, online learning platforms, development of education resources and execution of delivery methods including webinars, video learning, podcasts, etc. This position reports to the Senior Director and collaborates with internal teams and works with subject matter experts to design, develop, and implement engaging learning experiences. This position reports to the Sr Director, Association Management. The Manager is responsible for a portfolio of smaller in-person and online education conferences, with support from the Meetings team. The Manager supports the Director in developing programming for its annual tradeshow. These meetings cover a range of topics, including installation and codes and standards.  Specific Responsibilities Include Provide management and administration of education for an association. Develop programs in collaboration with subject matter experts. Manage speaker and education content at annual tradeshow and annual school conferences. Manage event education programming and serve as onsite manager of education sessions (occasional travel required) Work with volunteers on curating content. Develop and review certification programs with third party certification and accreditation body Manage online content and continuing education units (CEUs) through a dedicated learning management system.  Manage the development and execution of new and existing continuing education activities. Develop and analyze feedback from educational activities, surveys, and other forms of needs assessments to make recommendations for future activities. Create and maintain standard operating procedures for implementation of all online education resources Develop annual education budget. Monitor performance against budget and makes recommendation for course correction as needed. Provide  recommendations to Marketing team to support marketing efforts for online activities. Perform other duties as assigned. Fusion is a team-orientated company where our employees are expected to perform any duty required to advance the mission of the association, regardless of whether the duty is listed in any specific job description. Knowledge, Skills And Abilities Prior work experience in course design, development and online authoring. Strong writing and editing skills. Experience with e-learning platforms, learning management systems and course design. Results-oriented, self-starter, deadline-conscious, intellectually curious and willingness to learn. Demonstrated application of instructional design theory and best practice methods including adult learning theory and e-Learning theory to deliverables. Technical problem identification, analysis and resolution skills. Ability to support and develop engaging eLearning content that integrates multimedia. Basic knowledge of video editing. Ability to test e-Learning deliverables and functionality. Ability to set priorities and make recommendations about system improvements. Strong project management skills including ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Effective listening, oral and written communication skills. Ability to collaborate with others to achieve shared goals. Ability to work independently when required. Adapt quickly to a constantly changing environment. Experience managing budgets. Fusion Marketing (a 160/90 company) is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.
  • Chapter Relations Manager | Romance Writers of America - Texas, Reporting to the Executive Director, the Chapter Relations Manager is responsible for ensuring RWA Chapters play an integral role in the growth and success of RWA and in delivering the organization’s mission. We're looking for a creative team player to join a small staff for an organization of more than 100 chapters to oversee our chapter relations program. The ideal candidate will have chapter relations experience as outlined below, additional membership recruitment and retention experience highly desired. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Actively oversee the management of Chapter Relations including management, development, and growth of Chapters. Ensure compliance with RWA Chapter Bylaws and Affiliation Agreement Develop a strong working relationship with chapter leaders and ensure these stakeholders understand and are committed to RWA’s mission and goals. Compile statistics on chapter health for management; Identify struggling chapters and work with chapter leadership on an action plan Proactively identify chapter needs and advocate for chapters within RWA Ensure Chapter adherence to National policies and obligations of Chapters as legal entities. Oversee annual Chapter Affiliation Renewal Provide onboarding and coaching to chapter leaders Assist in the execution of quarterly Chapter training events Produce Chapter Leadership newsletters Facilitate Chapter Leadership Webinars Monitor and respond to questions on the Chapter Leadership Forum Maintain database per established standards; update chapter officers Manage chapter content and resources on the RWA website Work with marketing and communications staff to provide marketing tools to Chapters and to promote Chapter activities through official channels Work closely with the Chapter Advisor to the Board of Directors Participate in cross-functional teams as assigned Serve as staff liaison to assigned committees and groups Ability to travel to the RWA National conference and/or chapter events throughout the year. Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience required Minimum of 3 years of volunteer and/or chapter management experience Strong working knowledge and experience in database administration required; iMIS experience a plus. Knowledge and skills should include data entry, query building, payment processing, and adherence to data standards. Experience with Microsoft Access or Excel does not qualify Strong written and verbal communication skills required Exceptional customer service skills required Strong attention to detail A positive, can-do attitude plus possesses the ability to work well with different types of personalities Knowledge of the romance publishing industry a plus but not required
  • Vice President, TBA Services Co. | Texas Bankers Association - Austin, Texas, The Texas Bankers Association is seeking an INNOVATIVE LEADER and STRATEGIC THINKER for a unique position leading our subsidiary, the TBA Services Company (TBASCO). TBASCO’s mission is to connect TBA member banks with providers of high-quality products and services that support day-to-day bank operations. This position will lead the department in vendor relationship management and development of product and service endorsements and marketing agreements.   Candidates Must have: Experience supervising and leading a team of professionals with an innovative approach Experience working with external customers or partners in a revenue-generating capacity Experience negotiating contracts Experience creating and managing budget and financials Experience working in or with a trade/membership association and/or product or service provider is a plus   Responsibilities include (but not limited to): TBASCO Operations: Supervision and management of TBASCO staff In conjunction with the Accounting team, preparation and oversight of the annual budget for the department Knowledge of member needs relating to vendor services and consultation with TBASCO Board for potential endorsement opportunities Facilitate strategic planning and implementation of plan and goals for TBASCO Participate in TBA strategic planning in regard to TBASCO initiatives TBASCO Board: Management of and liaison for TBASCO Board of Directors Plan and facilitate (with TBASCO staff) TBASCO Board meetings TBASCO Endorsements: Develop and implement marketing plans for all endorsed products and services Conduct due diligence on prospective endorsements and report to TBASCO Board Negotiate contracts for new and renewing endorsement agreements Frequent contact and communication with Endorsed partners Frequent contact and communication with TBA member banks Serve as resource to banks for third-party service providers   The salary for this position is commensurate with experience. *Please forward resume with salary requirements. ** Organization and position located in Austin, TX.   Salary will be commensurate with experience
  • Executive Director | San Patricio County EDC - Portland, Texas, Located in South Texas’ Coastal Bend region, San Patricio County is in the midst of an economic boom. In recent years, more than $50 billion in new projects have either started construction in the county or announced plans to locate there. High profile developments include Cheniere’s $13 billion liquid natural gas plant, a $10 billion steam cracker facility owned by ExxonMobil/SABIC, and a $1.8 billion steel mill by Steel Dynamics, Inc. The county’s proximity to the Gulf of Mexico and the Port of Corpus Christi are driving forces behind much of its expansive growth. The San Patricio County Economic Development Corporation (SPCEDC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to sustaining, expanding, and attracting business to the county and the Coastal Bend. With a focus on planning and executing economic development strategies, the SPCEDC includes members from local governments and businesses, area chambers of commerce, and major industries. The new Executive Director should be prepared to take a leadership role in the county and the communities served by the SPCEDC. The ideal candidate will possess the business skills, characteristics, and abilities to take the SPCEDC to the next level. He or she will demonstrate the polish and professionalism to operate effectively among a diverse constituency. The successful candidate will be a strategic thinker and creative problem solver with the ability to identify objectives, determine plans to meet those objectives, and lead the organization in achieving them. The position requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Candidates must also have a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience working in public or private sector economic development. A Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) designation is desirable. The degree requirements may be waived if a candidate has additional years of experience in the economic development field, with a CEcD designation and a minimum of a high school diploma or GED. a multi-division department. The SPCEDC offers a competitive salary of $100,000-$130,000 for the well-qualified candidate, as well as an attractive benefits package that includes insurance and paid vacation leave. Please apply online at: http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments For more information on this position contact: Larry Gilley, Senior Vice President, Executive Recruitment Strategic Government Resources Larry.Gilley@GovernmentResource.com 325-660-4208
  • Executive Director | Citizens for Progress - Temple, TX, Since the early days of its founding in 1999, Citizens for Progress in Temple, Texas, has been working to improve people’s lives through community projects, including support for the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Project, needs assessments, community forums, and work on behalf of the homeless community. The Citizens for Progress Board focuses on affordable housing, homeownership education, financial readiness, and efforts to increase employment opportunities for low-income citizens. It currently operates with an annual budget of $300,000. The Executive Director position requires a strong, visionary leader who can develop goals and execute strategies that support Citizens for Progress’ mission, under the direction of the Board of Directors. The ideal candidate will be thoroughly committed to the Citizens for Progress mission and should have demonstrated leadership, coaching, and customer relations abilities. He or she must also have a proven track record working in a non-profit or community organizing environment, success in ensuring projects are completed in a timely and cost-effective manner, and experience working collaboratively with boards and elected officials. A bachelor’s degree in business or a related field from an accredited college or university is required. A master’s degree is preferred. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years in senior management, ideally for a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) and at least three years in financial management developing and managing budgets that are funded through multiple sources, including state or federal grants. Experience in grant writing, as well as real estate development and construction, is a plus. Bilingual communication skills are preferred, but not required. The selected candidate must be able to work a flexible schedule to accommodate fundraising and volunteer efforts, and external events and meetings. Relocation to Temple within six months of hire is required. Please apply online at http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments For more information on this position contact: Lissa Barker Senior Vice President, Executive Recruitment & Executive Coach Lissa.Barker@GovernmentResource.com 817-266-0647
  • Executive Director | Citizens for Progress - Temple, TX, Since the early days of its founding in 1999, Citizens for Progress in Temple, Texas, has been working to improve people’s lives through community projects, including support for the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Project, needs assessments, community forums, and work on behalf of the homeless community. The Citizens for Progress Board focuses on affordable housing, homeownership education, financial readiness, and efforts to increase employment opportunities for low-income citizens. It currently operates with an annual budget of $300,000.   The Executive Director position requires a strong, visionary leader who can develop goals and execute strategies that support Citizens for Progress’ mission, under the direction of the Board of Directors. The ideal candidate will be thoroughly committed to the Citizens for Progress mission and should have demonstrated leadership, coaching, and customer relations abilities. He or she must also have a proven track record working in a non-profit or community organizing environment, success in ensuring projects are completed in a timely and cost-effective manner, and experience working collaboratively with boards and elected officials.   A bachelor’s degree in business or a related field from an accredited college or university is required. A master’s degree is preferred. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years in senior management, ideally for a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) and at least three years in financial management developing and managing budgets that are funded through multiple sources, including state or federal grants. Experience in grant writing, as well as real estate development and construction, is a plus. Bilingual communication skills are preferred, but not required. The selected candidate must be able to work a flexible schedule to accommodate fundraising and volunteer efforts, and external events and meetings. Relocation to Temple within six months of hire is required.   Please apply online at http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments   For more information on this position contact: Lissa Barker Senior Vice President, Executive Recruitment & Executive Coach Lissa.Barker@GovernmentResource.com 817-266-0647

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