Chapter Relations, Customer Service and Support, Membership
4 Year Degree
The Component Relations Manager has primary responsibility for staffing ASIS&T’s Committees, Chapters and Special Interest Groups (SIGs). This individual will shepherd projects coming out of the components from inception to closure, ensuring that all relevant tasks are completed by targeted deadlines and project team members (internal and external) receive the level of support necessary to effectively execute the work of the components. Provide tracking, maintenance and status reports of component finances as well as current and future programs and initiatives. Provide guidance, assistance, and resources to chapter and SIG leadership consistent with the mission of ASIS&T. Advise chapter and SIG leaders on the business functions of a chapter/SIG and work with volunteer leaders to ensure continued growth and consistency of the ASIS&T brand. Ensure the timely work and reporting of all ASIS&T Committees in support of the ASIS&T strategic plan.
Member association/society experience
Demonstrated experience working with volunteer leaders
Outstanding writing and editing skills
Ability to utilize computer applications including Microsoft Office
Proficiency with database and spreadsheet manipulation for budgets, mail merges, charts, and graphs
Familiarity with Higher Logic a big plus
Be a self-starter as well as an independent and creative thinker with a focus on details and the ability to initiate and complete projects independently.
Must be able to travel up to 20 days per year
Must be able to relate well to all audiences
High level of discretion and diplomacy in volunteer interaction
College degree required
TO APPLY PLEASE SUBMIT A COVER LETTER DETAILING HOW YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE MATCH THE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THIS POSITION ALONG WITH A RESUME.
About Association for Information Science & Technology
The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) is the only professional association that bridges the gap between information science practice and research. For nearly 80 years, ASIS&T has been leading the search for new and better theories, techniques, and technologies to improve access to information.
Our members—thousands of researchers, developers, practitioners, students, a...nd professors in the field of information science and technology from 50 countries around the world—have made ASIS&T an important part of their professional development.
Members share a common interest in improving the ways society stores, retrieves, analyzes, manages, archives and disseminates information.