NASCLA Business Development Manager and Board/Committee Liaison
National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)
October 2, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Administrative, Clerical, Support, Customer Service and Support, Deputy Executive/Num. 2 Executive
Position Objective The individual in this position will demonstrate strong leadership skills along with core non-profit association knowledge and skills. They will be responsible for overseeing and managing the flawless execution of the NASCLA Educational Programs and Events for the association (i.e. Annual Conference, Mid-Year Meeting, Webinars, Specialized Training Programs and Workshops). They will work closely with the NASCLA Executive Director on NASCLA Board of Directors and Committee Strategic Planning Initiatives and Goals to ensure success. The individual in this position will serve as the liaison between NASCLA Committees and assist the NASCLA Executive Director in Board of Directors activities and support as needed. They will assist the NASCLA Executive Director with projects and reports as needed. The individual will be a key employee of the association that requires minimal oversight and will be able to work with association consultants as necessary. Proven trustworthy employee and team player in all aspects of the association business; provide exceptional internal and external customer service to NASCLA Members in all capacities.
Understands NASCLA’s Mission, Vision and Values and adheres to organizational goal and staff core values.
Promote the association mission, goals and objectives both long-term and short-term
Support NASCLA’s mission and vision in all interactions with staff, committee and board members
Lead, support and carryout all management decisions
Collaborate, provide key advice, and work directly with the NASCLA Executive Director to ensure the successful implementation and execution of the NASCLA Strategic Plan.
Lead and serve as the staff liaison to various committees to ensure the success of the committees’ established committee strategic action plan, goals and objectives.
Assist and collaborate with the NASCLA Executive Director on committee assignments and reports as needed.
Assist the NASCLA Executive Director in preparing materials and reports for NASCLA Board of Directors and Committee Meetings as necessary.
Provide assistance and guidance to the NASCLA Executive Director in overall association management as needed.
Leads all aspects of conferences, meetings, trainings and other, including pre-planning, on-site execution and post-event wrap-up; specifically, coordination of housing, registration, audio/visual, shuttle bus, F&B, including recommendations for site selections. This includes managing the policy and requirements outlined in the event contract.
Oversees conference/meetings/events financial management responsibilities, including program budget creation, monitoring revenue/expense performance. Reviews event supplier invoices for accuracy.
Manages staff and volunteer assignments at Annual Conference, Events and Meetings and secures guest accommodations for NASCLA Staff, Speaker and Members as needed.
Provides onsite management to ensure that all arrangements are executed properly. This includes ensuring that assistance is provided to attendees regarding general information, registration, housing, transport, communication, entertainment, audiovisual arrangements, and security. It also includes all contact with local vendors and suppliers.
Proactively manages changes in project scope, identifies potential crises and devises contingency plans.
Takes accountability to review and ensure adherence to all project documents, contracts and agreements.
Adheres to and develops processes related to meetings and events that ensure consistent service to event sponsors and attendees.
Provides superior levels of customer service to promote a positive experience for all attendees and sponsors associated with NASCLA meetings and events.
Must be able to travel to meetings and events as required.
Lead and assist in the membership recruitment and retention plan, campaigns and outreach as necessary with the direction of the NASCLA Executive Director.
Develop and maintain a comprehensive association website for member resources and information.
Other duties as assigned by the NASCLA Executive Director.
Professional Qualifications Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent organizational and project management skills. Experience with web and mobile technologies; web content management; e-mail marketing systems; and other membership-based communications technology. Effectively work with staff, both individually and in a team environment. Effectively work with volunteers at all levels (leadership, members, committees, etc.) YourMembership Website Platform Experience Preferred Proficient with Microsoft Office – Outlook, Word, Excel QuickBooks Pro Adobe – Acrobat 6.0 Internet Research Professional Demeanor Excellent Organizational Skills Heavy Lifting (Up to 40 Pounds) 4 Year College Degree Required Minimum of 3 to 5 Years of Association Nonprofit Experience Association Nonprofit Education Courses/Certificate Preferred
About National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA)
The National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies was formed in 1962 as a non-profit corporation in the State of Utah, and has since been domiciled in Arizona in 2014. The Association is composed of agencies from states that have enacted laws to regulate the business of contracting.
The association's membership is comprised of state and local contractor licensing agencies, construction firms, construction trade associations and others associated with the construction industry.