Education Manager – Key part of Florida Realtors Professional Development Team, in Orlando, providing valuable resources to members by working with local boards and associations to coordinate education programs and services. Full-time non-exempt position.
Serves as primary processor of education programs offered by Florida Realtors. Oversees the daily activities of the REALTOR® Institute Program including coordination of details for the individual GRI course presentations and REALTOR® Institute diplomas and certificates.
Issues continuing education grade letters for REALTOR® Institute and letters of attendance for CE Express courses; transmits electronic rosters for CE credit to DBPR; processes CE Express, REBAC sponsorships and course request forms; maintains the online education calendar; coordinates Florida Realtors Education Awards; submits CE Express course renewal and new course requests to DBPR.
Serves as the Management Team Liaison to the Program Development Subcommittee and Local Education Director Subcommittee.
Must have minimum of five years administrative experience, possess superior organizational skills, proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Command of MS Office Suite required. Realtor Association Education Experience helpful.
Excellent benefits: 401(k), health insurance, vacation/sick leave. Flexible work schedule, some travel required.
Position to start June 1, 2018 and train with current manager before retirement. Interested candidates send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com by March 31, 2018.
Qualifications: 1. Understand the Realtor Association as it relates to educational needs of members with a professional commitment to member relations. 2. Superior ability to provide high quality customer service. 3. Proven abilities in handling multiple assignments simultaneously. 4. Superior administrative and organizational skills. Experience using Microsoft Office. 5. Process materials with speed and accuracy – excellent attention to detail. 6. Experience in all necessary equipment, or quickly learn the use of the equipment. 7. Relate well with a wide variety of people in a variety of settings in written and verbal communications. Cooperative “can-do” attitude with members, local boards and association staff and internal staff. 8. Ability to travel occasionally to fulfill the duties of the position. 9. Able to work under stress. Self-guiding and self-directing. 10. Be dedicated to the position and to its part in the Association. 11. Possession of a valid and current driver’s license. 12. Must have scheduling flexibility including some evening hours and weekends.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is dependent upon experience and skills.
About FLORIDA REALTORS
“The mission of Florida Realtors is to advance Florida’s real estate industry by shaping public policy on real property issues; encouraging, promoting and teaching consistent standards for ethical practice and professionalism; and building on the efforts of local Boards/Associations to provide the information and tools members need to succeed.”
Florida Realtors is the largest trade association in the state with more than 170,000 members and provides networking opportunities, educational offerings, housing market research and legislative representation, technology support and services, and legal assistance.
Florida Realtors was formed in 1916, by 68 real estate brokers from 16 Florida communities. That humble beginning started an ongoing mission to serve the Realtors of Florida and the people who make their home in the Sunshine State.