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Executive Officer

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An organization of residential construction & related professionals is seeking an Executive Officer to join their association.

Essential Functions & Basic Duties:

The Executive Officer serves as chief administrative officer, recommends and participates in formulation of new policies and makes decision within the bounds of existing policies.  They will plan, organize, direct and coordinate the staff, programs and activities to ensure the association's goals and objectives are met. This position requires tact, diplomacy, leadership skills, good verbal and written communication skills, good attention to detail, relationship and networking skills and public speaking ability.  Must have schedule and travel flexibility as position is not a 9-5. 

  • Informs the Board of Directors, Executive Committee and Officers on the conditions and operations of the association.  Attends all meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee.
  • Provides guidance and support to the Chairman for all meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee.
  • Prepare and issue the annual business and meeting calendar and assure that the calendar changes and invitations are communicated in a timely manner.
  • Maintains the assets of the association and investments in accordance with the established policies. 
  • Develops and recommends an annual budget in cooperation with the Treasurer and operates within the confines of established guidelines.
  • Insures that all funds, physical assets and other property owned by the association are appropriately safeguarded.
  • In consultation with the Treasurer, produces Financial Report for each Executive Committee and Board of Directors Meeting.
  • Consults with Treasurer, Chair, and outside accounting firm to maintain transparency and accuracy of all financial records.
  • Manages accounting and financial duties per Board policies.
  • Plans, formulates and recommends to the Board of Directors the basic policies and programs which will further the objectives of the association.
  • Prepares minutes, agendas and reports for all Board of Directors and Executive Committee meetings.
  • Executes all decisions of the Board of Directors except in cases when assignments are made specifically by the Board.
  • Manages the administrative operations of the association and develops specific policies, procedures and programs to carry out.
  • Directs and coordinates all approved programs, projects and major activities of staff.
  • Hire, train, mentor, manage and discharge staff as required to accomplish the objectives of the association.
  • Establishes performance standards and goals and evaluates staff in cooperation with the Executive Committee.
  • Provides liaison and staff support to committees to enable them to perform their assigned functions.
  • Executes such contracts and commitments as may be authorized by the Board of Directors or established policies.
  • Promotes interest and active participation to members in the association's activities and assists in the recruitment of new members.
  • Maintains effective relationships with public and private organizations to ensure that the interest of the association is realized.
  • Plans, coordinates and conducts a public relations program to enhance public acceptance of the industry.
  • Serves as Executive Editor of official publications.
  • Develops education programs to advance the professional skills of the membership, operating within budget and program objectives.
  • Plans, organizes and directs membership promotion and retention programs.
  • Provides staff support in planning and conducting all association events.
  • Develops and coordinates legislative, regulatory and political efforts and maintains relationships with government officials and agencies impacting the industry.
  • Plans and executes all communications to the membership.
  • Acts as liaison with NAHB and CAHB, attending all official meetings and the Association Leadership Institute.
  • Safeguards confidential information as it applies to the daily function of the association and members.
  • Carries out such other general responsibilities as may be designated by the officers and Board of Directors.

Education, Qualifications, Designations and Required Skills/Experience:

  • Tact, diplomacy, leadership skills,
  • Strong public speaking ability & verbal/written communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Relationship and networking skills
  • Schedule and travel flexibility (position is not a 9-5) 
  • Computer skills required include proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Quickbooks; knowledge of ACT Database, WMS, Construction Monitor, Mail Chimp, Strategic Planning, social media and file collaboration systems helpful.


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