Administrative, Clerical, Support, Customer Service and Support, Meetings/Expositions/Events
4 Year Degree
At Drohan Management Group (DMG), our mission is to promote the continued well-being and growth of our client associations and professional societies by providing them with professional management, efficient day-to-day leadership, and progressive guidance for the future. We are seeking to add a new talented association professional to our team. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing client services to both professional trade association and society clients and reports to the Deputy Executive Director. The primary objective of the Program Administrator is to effectively manage daily association operations at the direction of the Deputy Executive Director. It may require communications and independent interaction with volunteer leaders including Officers, Board Members, and Committee Chairs, as well as with the general membership and others associated with or interested in the association.
This is a great role for a young graduate looking to develop a career in the association field. The ideal candidate will have some association or non-profit experience, and experience with meetings and events. He/she is a hard worker and eager to learn.
• Assist Deputy Executive Director as part of a team to research and manage program. • Respond to industry and association issues, as well as respond to member needs. • Coordinate and administer client member programs and services. • Craft numerous correspondences to the membership at large, committees, and the Officers and the Board on a constant basis. • Provide instruction for meeting logistics, advice, calls to action, requests for member intentions, member benefits, new offerings and features. • Set-up of conference calls, administration of surveys, and assist in calls for abstracts process, etc. • Work with team members to manage membership database, updates, recruiting, and responding to member requests. • Maintain files- hardcopy, electronic, control documents, operation manuals, database, track event registrants and payments. • Proofing, event promotion and formatting; follow up communication; meeting minutes as needed. • Handle special projects as requested by the Board of Directors or immediate supervisors.
• Excellent business communication skills, both written and verbal. • Sharp attention to detail with strong organizational skills. • Superior Microsoft office application and some database management experience • Ability to organize details with minimal supervision • Work collaboratively with functional support departments, and prioritize multiple tasks in a fast-paced, changing environment. • Must possess strong ethical values; maintain confidentiality, and the ability to manage the workload for multiple clients simultaneously. • Social media and website management.
Education and Work Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree Preferred. • 1-3 years experience in nonprofit management or similar service oriented business model preferred.
• Other duties as assigned. • Travel to multiple meetings and events per year.
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