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Hot Association Jobs This Week – May 17

Here are some cool jobs, hand-picked by me, that you can find via the SocialFish job board!  We focus on jobs in social media,  marketing,  communications,  PR,  advocacy, and digital.


Communications Manager, Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers – Reporting to the Senior Vice President/Chief Strategy Officer, the Communications Manager is responsible for ensuring that the Forum uses communications as effectively as possible to advance the Forum’s mission and vision. Working in collaboration with the rest of the Forum team, the Communications Manager will develop and execute strategic communications plans, maximize the Forum’s new brand identity, and make appropriate and effective use of all Forum communications channels for our core work in public policy, philanthropy education, knowledge services and member services.

Membership and Development Director, Latin American Studies Association – The Membership and Development Director leads LASA’s efforts to acquire and retain members (both individuals and institutional partners), and builds robust systems for engagement in LASA’s programs and activities. He or she is also responsible for developing and implementing a strategy for attracting and retaining sponsors to help fund the annual Congress and other projects. This role has significant interaction with members, sponsors and staff. Additionally, the incumbent manages LASA’s Career Center, which provides job posting services, career development advising, and a mentoring program.

Senior Director of Marketing Intelligence, InfoComm International – InfoComm International, the leading trade association for the audiovisual industry worldwide, is seeking a Senior Director of Market Intelligence to lead the development of its market research, data analytics, and business insight capability. As the senior market-research professional at the association, the successful candidate will have the following responsibilities: Spearhead the enhancement of existing market-research products. Work with the Senior VP of Marketing & Communications, the in-house market-research team, existing customers, and outside vendors to assess the viability and usefulness of the current association market-research product set, the robustness of its data and analysis, and its pricing and marketability. Make recommendations for changes in data-capture methodology, reporting frequency, packaging, and pricing, as and when appropriate. Drive new product innovation. Analyze, on an ongoing basis, current and likely future audiovisual industry trends with a view to designing new market-research report topics, data-aggregation tools, and other analytics products to support the association in attaining its stated objective of becoming the authoritative source for market intelligence in the audiovisual industry.

Marketing Coordinator, Society of Hospital Medicine – The Marketing Coordinator serves as a project manager to the Marketing and Communications team and helps to traffic both print and digital projects from start to completion, this includes broadcast e-mail development and distribution, tracking/reporting and invoice processing. The Marketing Coordinator will work with the Marketing Managers to project manage Marcom projects through graphic design and copy, and handle the tracking and production of SHM’s projects, including the coordination of print/digital projects and social media.

Communications & Program Coordinator, American Association of Tissue Banks – The American Association of Tissue Banks is looking for a professional, friendly and helpful individual who is interested in the tissue transplant & donation field to serve as a Communications & Program Coordinator. This individual will be responsible for drafting and distributing AATB announcements and regulatory guidance using email marketing software. In addition, they will be responsible for proofreading, editing and formatting content for the AATB website, social media channels, quarterly newsletter and annual report.

Director of Membership Programs, NAIFA – Founded in 1890 as The National Association of Life Underwriters (NALU), NAIFA is one of the nation’s oldest and largest associations representing the interests of insurance professionals from every Congressional district in the United States. NAIFA members assist consumers by focusing their practices on one or more of the following: life insurance and annuities, health insurance and employee benefits, multiline, and financial advising and investments. NAIFA’s mission is to advocate for a positive legislative and regulatory environment, enhance business and professional skills, and promote the ethical conduct of its members. The Director is responsible for developing and executing programs designed to deliver tailored content and resources relevant to specific member communities, which are based on demographics, location, business focus, or other factors. The Director is responsible for managing and overseeing content strategies, relationship management, product and service delivery, event planning and implementation, and marketing.

EMPLOYERS: Want to know how this job board differs from the rest?  We have an audience of advanced mid-level association and nonprofit practitioners.  You can go to CEO Update, ASAE and other job boards for either C-suite or 101 entry-level; or try your hand at the mass market that is LinkedIn… or cut through the noise and come here for the right people for your job postings!

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