Administrative, Clerical, Support, Project Management/Program Development
4 Year Degree
This position will serve as the primary staff support to the American Academy of Homecare Medicine (AAHCM) assuring quality service for client projects and activities. This person will work in a collaborative environment, with specific responsibilities that include board and committee administration, volunteer appointments, reports and minutes; the maintenance of effective procedures and up-to-date policy materials; education and marketing support; and special board or committee projects as assigned.
Position responsibilities include:
Ensure assigned committee and board responsibilities are executed in a professional and timely manner.
Prepare board minutes, action log updates and routine board communications.
Ensure assigned governance activities are conducted in accordance with association policy and timelines, while implementing process improvements where needed.
Act as staff liaison for various committees.
Contribute to the general administrative operations with scheduling, project management and various record keeping responsibilities.
Collect and generate general correspondence, reports and proposals in collaboration with other staff and volunteers for board consideration.
Participate in monitoring client budget and takes responsibility to adhere to budget. Input into the annual budget development.
Process weekly payables.
Travel to annual client conferences in order to manage and oversee preconference, onsite, and post conference assigned deliverables.
Oversee, coordinate, and administer the efforts for the annual conference, excludes logistic support. (e.g., staff liaison to committee, timelines, evaluation forms)
Secure medical education certification for education offerings.
Administer and act as staff liaison with volunteers to secure speakers and process applicable forms.
Collaborate with internal staff to organize and distribute newsletters and other membership correspondence.
Website content maintenance.
Handles other responsibilities as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have the following requirements and demonstrated experience:
Previous association management experience.
Ability to travel out of state and overnight.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Strong customer orientation.
Management skills: Problem solving, decision making, time management, strategic thinking, interpersonal communications, organization.
Professionalism: Good judgment, ability to interact with all levels of staff and vendors, appropriate demeanor and appearance, confidence.
Customer service attitude and skills: Team player attitude, commitment, patience, enthusiasm, creativity, listening, comprehension, initiative, cooperation, attention to detail, resourcefulness.
Ability to organize and manage multiple projects/priorities.
Uses expertise to implement effective outcomes for client projects.
Intermediate computer proficiency.
Commitment to company values.
Qualified candidates can send resumes and salary requirements to email@example.com.
About Association Management Center
Association Management Center (AMC) is committed to helping associations. This commitment is realized through collaboration, strategic leadership, and providing the tools needed to foster growth.
AMC, owned and operated by the Engle family since 1974, and has built a reputation for providing high-quality strategic association leadership with the utmost integrity and for helping client partners Achieve What You Believe. AMC has been voted one of the best places to work in Illinois for several years. AMC, located a short walk from the Cumberland Blue Line stop, includes a staff of more than 225 professionals working with 32 national and international organizations.