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Hot Association Jobs – Week of August 9

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

Public Affairs Manager, Florida Municipal Electric Association – The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA), a statewide trade association, seeks a Manager of Public Affairs. This position plans and manages all legislative and regulatory initiatives that have potential impacts to electric utilities as directed by the Executive Director and Board of Directors, and ensures that FMEA maintains high levels of rapport with government entities. This position is also responsible for participating in policy discussions and developing and managing external communications with association members and the media.

Digital Media Strategist, Careers In Nonprofits – Do you have experience creating strategic plans and implementing social media marketing campaigns? Are you experienced in utilizing analytics tools to measure KPI’s and effectiveness of digital campaigns? Do you have a track record of successful campaign results and growth? We are currently in search of a Digital Media Strategist for an International Association. The position is based in Northern Chicagoland. This is a full-time, permanent position.

Marketing Manager, Texas Association of School Business Officials – The Texas Association of School Business Officials is known for its robust professional development opportunities and its certification program, but it does much more. The Association is seeking a talented individual to help enhance its brand, broaden its reach and promote the optimal products & services to each of its 6,500 members.

Communications Manager, Online News Association – The Online News Association, the world’s largest membership organization for digital journalists, is seeking a creative, enthusiastic Communications Manager to join our terrific team in Washington, D.C. The ideal candidate will have strong writing and editing skills, experience leading communications and social media campaigns, a firm understanding of the digital media landscape and a passion for connecting people. ONA, with its small, dynamic staff and Board of Directors composed of game-changing digital journalists, is leading the way for media in the digital age, and prides itself on innovation, collaboration and quick response to member needs. You’ll join a small but mighty team passionate about advancing innovative digital journalism.
Digital Communications Coordinator, Florida Association of Counties – The Florida Association of Counties seeks a Digital Communications Coordinator to assist in the design and management of a communications program to inform member counties about the services and activities of the Association. Applicants should be well versed in social media and email marketing, have excellent writing and verbal skills as well as graphic design skills. Experience with the media is preferred.

Association Manager – Membership, Fusion Marketing – Association Management division within a marketing company in Plano, TX seeks a full-time Association Manager. This individual will be a self-starter who will manage membership, support exhibit sales, and provide support to the Sr. Director, Association Management and various committees. Association experience and excellent computer skills are necessary. This individual is the first point of contact for members, organizes all support services required by the association, and manages all membership communications of the association.


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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