The National Air Traffic Controllers Association, AFL-CIO ("NATCA"), the labor union representing federal-sector and private-sector air traffic controllers and other aviation safety professionals, has an immediate opening for a Marketing and Sponsorship Administrator in its Washington, D.C. headquarters office.
The Marketing and Sponsorship Administrator is responsible for: (1) working closely with event sponsors, event committee members, and NATCA staff to administer and ensure fulfillment for all sponsor and exhibitor sales at NATCA events; (2) developing sponsorship and exhibitor prospect target list and acquisition strategy to increase sponsorship and exhibiting revenue and coordinating outreach to potential sponsors and exhibitors; (3) coordinating all content development and the review process for event booklets and other printed materials; and (4) administering the planning and execution of all event logistics and post-event follow ups with vendors, sponsors, and corporate partners.
Qualified applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university, at least 3 years of relevant marketing and sponsorship experience and should be able to demonstrate their commitment to the labor movement. Applicants should possess excellent organizational and communication skills, be capable of multitasking, have strong attention to detail and the ability to write and edit copy well, and feel comfortable interacting with members and sponsor and exhibitor prospects.
NATCA offers competitive salaries, employer-paid health and dental insurance, and transit benefits. Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to Magen Stevens, Assistant General Counsel, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About National Air Traffic Controllers Associa
NATCA is a labor union and aviation safety organization in the United States that represents nearly 20,000 highly skilled air traffic controllers, engineers, and other aviation safety-related professionals. NATCA was certified in 1987 by the Federal Labor Relations Authority to be the exclusive bargaining representative for air traffic controllers employed by the Federal Aviation Administration. Today, NATCA is one of the strongest labor unions in the federal sector and represents a range of aviation safety professionals in 15 FAA bargaining units, five Department of Defense air traffic facilities, and 102 federal contract towers.