The Executive Director is employed on a part-time basis (20 hours per week) to handle the administrative functions of the Chapter including, but not limited to:
Review and recommend amendments to the strategic goals and objectives of the Chapter, as necessary;
Maintain the membership database;
Maintain and update the Chapter’s web sites;
Coordinate the activities of the Chapter’s committees, including the Membership Services/Web Site Committee, the Public Outreach Committee, the Education/EduCode Committee, Finance and Assets Committee, and Ethics Committee.
Increase the number and diversity of Chapter members; and
Represent the Chapter during attendance at various meetings and events.
The Executive shall perform such other duties and services as assigned by the Board in accordance with the bylaws of the Chapter. The Executive reports to the Board of Directors through the Executive Board; otherwise the Executive reports to the elected President of the Chapter. The Executive is the chief executive officer of the Chapter with full authority for the management of its affairs subject only to the duties specified by the bylaws or other governing documents or to the direction of the Board, the Executive Committee, or the President. The performance of the Executive will be reviewed annually by the Chapter's President and the Executive Committee prior to the anniversary date of this Agreement based upon performance criteria and goals drafted by the Executive Committee. Those criteria and goals must be agreed to by and provided in writing to the Executive at the beginning of the period under review. The Executive will be employed in Las Vegas, NV.
Use Constant Contact to create monthly chapter newsletters. Post newsletters on website and e-mail to all subscribers. Be the official photographer to take photos for the newsletters. Arrange for photos if you cannot be present.
Maintain SNICC, EduCODE and SNBO Websites using WordPress. Create all new and modify existing web pages, as requested.
Maintain Constant Contact E-mail lists for all chapter programs and SNBO.
Represent the chapter at various committee meetings and events; be responsible for staffing all meetings including:
10 monthly luncheon meetings
3-4 quarterly education seminars
Annual installation banquet
AIA trade show
Check presentations for swimming grants
Other events as instructed by the Board
Act as primary chapter contact person. Using the chapter cell phone, answer calls during normal business hours.
Use Constant Contact and MS Publisher to create flyers, brochures and other promotional handouts in support of chapter programs and activities.
Coordinate scheduling of all chapter training seminars, including locations and layout, instructor coordination, student registration and fee collection, food & beverages, instructor evaluations, CEU’s and other duties as necessary.
Coordinate all printing with print shop vendors.
Create and coordinate all Requests for Proposals on behalf of the chapter.
Provide administrative and marketing support to chapter committees and the chapter itself
Coordinate and organize all executive board and chapter meetings and the annual installation banquet.
Actively seek donations and sponsorships from business and industry members in cooperation with the Executive Board for all chapter programs, with emphasis on EduCODE and the Toddler Swim Lesson Grant program.
Assist the President in preparing the chapter Annual Report.
Assist in the preparation and submittal of the ICC Annual Report, due June 1 of each year.
Assist in the preparation and submittal of the ICC chapter Rewards application, due Dec. 1st, each year.
Serve on the EduCODE committee as an event coordinator, with primary emphasis on:
Coordination of EduCODE EXPO, solicitation of EXPO vendors;
Coordinate all printing of class handout materials with print shop vendors;
Assist in the creation and distribution of all other EduCODE marketing and advertising;
Be present at all times during the EduCODE International event, held for six (6) days, usually in March, each year starting at 6:00 AM and ending when finished.
Coordinate all activities of the chapter committees and publish monthly
Update chapter Strategic Plan, as requested.
Update chapter Bylaws as requested.
The selection process will begin with a resume screening, with only the best qualified candidates being invited to participate further in the assessment process. This process may include any combination of written, performance, and oral assessments to evaluate job-related education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities. Appointment may be subject to the successful completion of a post offer pre-employment background investigation and credit check.
How to Apply
The Chapter Executive Director (Bob Benedict, email@example.com) must receive a complete resume by the closing date and time.
Salary Range: Up to $25,000 per year depending on qualifications
Job Type: Part Time
Closing Date: October 31, 2017; 4:30 P.M.
High School diploma and any combination of related training and experience to perform the essential functions. A Bachelor’s degree is desirable.
Must possess and maintain a valid Nevada driver’s license and a valid Nevada Business License (fee will be reimbursed by the Chapter)
Additional Salary Information: Position is part-time at 20 hours per week.