AMC/Account Executive, Development and Foundation, Meetings/Expositions/Events
4 Year Degree
Responsible for managing, coordinating, and implementing assigned client and corporate projects and activities. The manager assures quality service for client projects and activities, with the objective of client satisfaction. Assigned client responsibilities include: leadership/oversight of association conferences, development of educational programs and materials, and client certification programs. Serves as liaison to numerous client committees – collaborates with committee chairs in the development of priorities, objectives and agenda. Attends client board meetings, presents as necessary. .
In collaboration with the Executive Director develop strategies to ensure client goals are obtained.
Prepare and disseminate information to the Board and members.
Within guidelines set by the Executive Director, serve as the primary point of contact between the account team, AMC service teams, and outside partners.
In collaboration with the Executive Directordevelop, monitor, and adher to client budget.
Responsible for the development and execution of the annual NFBA Frame Building Expo business plan
Responsible for managing client certification and accredition programs.
Work with other staff and board-appointed committees and task forces to coordinate, prioritize, and schedule client projects and activities.
Serve as liaison to client committees including the NFBA Convention Planning,
Work with volunteer leaders in the creation of board and committee agendas and objectives.
Manage client membership registration and renewal processes
Works with Marketing Manger to develop and execute member recruitment and event marketing campaigns
In collaboration with the Executive Director coordinate board meetings and prepare and distribute agenda materials.
Travel to annual client conferences and board meetings; supervise and participate in on-site activities.
Develop and manage record keeping systems.
Build, prioritize and maintain member prospect lists, and aide in identifying the proper strategies for growing membership.
Contribute to overall strategy for membership costs and categories, in part by conducting analysis of competing industry associations.
Measure and track effectiveness of all applicable projects.
Oversee all reporting and analysis for membership, becoming an expert in the Personify member database.
Conduct surveys and analyze data to identify opportunities and measure impact of programs.
Respond to telephone and written inquiries as required.
Handle other responsibilities as assigned.
Support and mentor administrative staff
Minimum of five years of experience in the non-profit industry.
Proven experience providing staff support to volunteer or professional Boards and committees.
Previous management experience.
Ability to travel out of state and overnight.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Management skills: Problem solving, decision making, time management, strategic thinking, interpersonal communications, organization.
Professionalism: Good judgment, ability to interact with all levels of staff and vendors, appropriate demeanor and appearance, confidence.
Customer service attitude and skills: Team player attitude, commitment, patience, enthusiasm, creativity, listening, comprehension, initiative, cooperation, attention to detail, resourcefulness.
Strong customer orientation.
Previous association management experience
Ability to organize and manage multiple projects/priorities.
Uses expertise to implement effective outcomes for client projects.
Ability to think ahead and plan over a one to two year time span.
Strong mentoring skills
Intermediate computer proficiency.
Commitment to company values.
About Association Management Center
Association Management Center (AMC) is committed to helping associations. This commitment is realized through collaboration, strategic leadership, and providing the tools needed to foster growth. AMC, owned and operated by the Engle family since 1974, and has built a reputation for providing high-quality strategic association leadership with the utmost integrity and for helping client partners Achieve What You Believe. AMC has been voted one of the best places to work in Illinois for several years. AMC, located a short walk from the Cumberland Blue Line stop, includes a staff of more than 225 professionals working with 32 national and international organizations.