Individual needed immediately to manage meetings for three non-profit professional associations (Society for Redox Biology and Medicine, Pacific Dermatologic Association and Atlantic Dermatologic Conference) within HollandParlette, an established Midwest association management firm. Candidate would be responsible for planning 2 national and 3 regional conferences per year, including site selection, speaker coordination, print/electronic/social media promotion, AV, F&B, event registration, exhibits and scientific posters. Manager will also work with volunteer committees to develop and organize educational programming.
A detailed list of regular responsibilities can be viewed at: https://sfrbm.org/site/assets/files/1049/hp-meetingmanagerresponsibilities.pdf
FT, starting salary low to mid $50K depending on experience; health benefits and 401K offered. Office located in Keystone at the Crossing. Interested candidates upload a cover letter and resume to no later than September 1 to https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/fe4f05b4
Candidate should be well-organized and possess solid computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Constant Contact, WebEx, internet and social media and experience working with database applications, such as FileMaker Pro. Excellent customer service and phone skills required. At least 3 years previous meeting planning experience required. Experience planning medical or scientific meetings, knowledge of medical CME and current CMP credential highly desired. Candidate should be a self-starter and able to work with limited direction. Small, fast-paced office environment. Ability to handle multiple, concurrent tasks, prioritize and meet deadlines. Some travel required (approximately 25 days each year).
For over 30 years, HollandParlette has been providing management and specialized administrative services to professional societies and trade associations using a for-profit approach that runs not-for-profit associations like businesses. We manage associations of varying sizes and annual budgets. Within the AMC model, HollandParlette affords association clients the characteristics of economies of s...cale, experience in the association marketplace, flexibility and adaptability, buying power and centralized facilities.
By handling the day-to-day operations and management of non-profit trade and professional associations in a variety of diverse fields that include health care, engineering, real estate, financial services, and scientific research, HPA alleviates your board from administrative and procedural matters so they can concentrate on planning and policy-making. Specifically, HPA delivers:
•A full-time staff and office headquarters at a fraction of the cost of a
•Strategic leadership and direction to help your board achieve your mission.
•The skills necessary to grow an organization while ensuring cost
•Assurance that all clerical, administrative and procedural matters are implemented accurately and in a timely and courteous manner.
•A team that implements successful programs, creates financial stability
and builds cohesive relationships with members.
We pride ourselves in taking a hands-on, active role in the associations we manage and provide guidance based on our 25+ years of experience. The results of our efforts speak for themselves: From membership growth to producing well-attended annual conferences and steering legislative bills toward passage for international, national, state local associations, HPA delivers.