Functions: Manage membership development activities, including recruitment, retention, recapture, new market exploration, and data analysis and reporting of membership metrics and trends. Partner with volunteer leaders, staff, and other stakeholders on projects and committee initiatives that further the Society’s strategic plan and membership value proposition.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop, execute, and report on the success metrics of an annual membership recruitment, retention, and recapture strategy, including maintaining awareness of member needs, identifying and resolving barriers to support increased member diversity and inclusion, delivering new or improved member benefits, etc.
Develop communications for potential, current, and lapsed members, including emails, print materials, web content, social media, etc., collaborating with colleagues to ensure messaging aligns with the Society’s’ brand and overall communications strategy
Manage and update member materials (new member onboarding outreaches, member handbook, etc.)
Serve as primary liaison to the Membership Committee and provide support and guidance for their activities, surveys, policies, etc.
Serve as primary liaison to the Career Services Committee and provide support and guidance for the development and delivery of career resources for members
Partner with volunteer leaders and staff to research, develop, plan, launch, and report on myriad ad-hoc and ongoing programs and projects that further the Society’s strategic plan and/or enhance member value
Additional duties and projects as assigned by Executive Director
Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, Business, or related field
5+ years of experience in an association or nonprofit membership management role, or similar
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
Experience working with an AMS and CMS
Strong time management, project management, organizational, and analytical skills
Excellent professional communication skills and ability to engage with key stakeholders, including exceptional attention to detail
Self-motivated, with the ability to work independently and collaboratively
Some travel required (2-3 times/year)
Telecommuting is allowed.
About Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) is an international nonprofit professional association of 10,000+ annual members with the administrative office located in Bowling Green, Ohio.
SIOP is the trusted authority on workplace psychology. Its professional members use scientific methods to understand and manage human workplace interactions, improving productivity and worker well-being.
To learn more about the organization, please visit www.siop.org.
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