Detailed Position Descripton - available at http://bit.ly/2yAtLQs_CED_CAI-Austin.
The Chapter Executive Director (CED) is responsible for implementing the chapter’s mission and goals, directing the daily activities and overall administration of chapter operations. The CED must possess highly developed interpersonal communication and negotiation skills, and a demonstrated capacity to build and maintain relationships with diverse communities, chapter volunteers, and employees, organizations, government, media, and other interests. The CED must also be skilled in project management, financial management, and supervision.
Overview of Duties
Handles the internal administrative matters of the association including office management functions, office equipment, and support services.
Under the direction of the board president and treasurer, directs the financial affairs of the association; prepares financial statements, records and reports; works with board to develop annual budget.
Supports sponsorship committee and event fund raising efforts. Implements annual sponsorship benefit packages. Cultivates existing and potential sponsors.
Acts as the primary contact for the organization’s committees. Provides support on volunteer, financial, general management, marketing and promotion, and governance issues.
Develops, coordinates, and maintains systems to allow efficient and effective flow of information throughout the chapter, its directors, committees, volunteers, and members at large.
Publishes chapter’s print and digital publications such as an annual members directory, quarterly magazine, newsletters, and chapter website.
Maintains communication with CAI National staff and chapter CEDs throughout the country.
Helps develop and administer education programs for members specific to the organization.
Working with the board and event committee chairs, assists with budget development, event promotion, sponsor and attendee registration, invoicing and collection, and reporting financial and attendance results.
Assists in securing appropriate venues and facilities.
Reviews and executes contract agreements with venues, caterers, entertainers, and other contractors and suppliers within board approved budgets.
Develops and maintains the chapter’s marketing channels of information and promotion both in print and online.
Identifies and fosters opportunities for collaborative work and strategic alliances to further the chapter’s mission and goals.
Working with the membership committee, assists in directing and administering programs to attract new members and retain existing members.
Oversees an accurate and up-to-date chapter member database; coordinates member updates/corrections with CAI National database.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field with a CAE designation preferred with at least four years experience in a management position with a nonprofit organization.
The successful candidate must have strong communication, negotiation, and administrative skills, and ability to work effectively in motivating volunteers and providing strategic direction to the organization.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: A detailed postion description may be downloaded here: http://bit.ly/2yAtLQs_CED_CAI-Austin.
CAI Austin is a not-for-profit organization serving the educational, legislative, and
networking needs of community associations in the greater Austin, Texas area.
Members include volunteer leaders and managers from condominium,
cooperative, and homeowner associations as well as those who provide services
and products to associations. Visit our website for additional information at