REALTOR® association job openings are posted free of charge for four weeks. There is a fee of $150 for positions posted by a third party. These postings will also expire after four weeks. Please allow 48 hours from your request for the posting to be active. Please keep your job descriptions to 100 words or less. To place a job posting, call Kelsi Dunn at 312-329-8518 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Executive Officer - Madison, WI
The REALTORS® Association of South Central Wisconsin (RASCW) and the South Central Wisconsin MLS (SCMLS) are seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, the Association and the MLS serve about 3,600 members.
Prime candidates should have at least 7 years of REALTOR® Association executive level management experience. Experience with an organization of 6+ employees and $1M+ budget desired. MLS experience a plus.
The candidate must have excellent people skills, business organization and financial management ability, political awareness and experience, solid communications talent, effectively managed and energized staff, and advanced a member-centric culture. Proven personal characteristics such as vision and integrity are necessary. Competitive compensation with executive benefits will be negotiated for exceptional candidates.
If interested, please respond, in confidence, with a resume to Jerry Matthews at RASCW@JerryMatthews.com or phone 407-876-1495 or text 407-963-7720.
Vice-President of Public Policy - Naples, FL
The Naples Area Board of REALTORS® (NABOR) is currently looking for a full-time Vice-President of Public Policy. This person will report directly to the Chief Executive Officer.
The Vice-President of Public Policy monitors political, legislative, and regulatory issues affecting the residential and commercial real estate industries, advises the general membership and volunteer leadership of NABOR concerning these matters, advocates the REALTOR® position to local, state, and federal government officials, and manages the operations of the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC).
Compensation is commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should submit their resume along with a cover letter stating their salary requirements and a writing sample, on or before June 4, 2019. Those interested should submit their resume to email@example.com.
Government Affairs Director - Brentwood, TN
The Government Affairs Director supports the WCAR’s goals, values and philosophy by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence, quality service, commitment and accountability. As a member of WCAR’s team, performance includes demonstration of the following accountabilities: communication, teamwork, job knowledge and leadership.
The Government Affairs Director monitors legislation at all levels of government and communicates the information to the membership. The GAD acts as one of the liaisons of the Government Affairs Committee and as the designated WCAR staff for RPAC contributions, fundraising and communication. Position also supports other committees in the community as designated by CEO.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Establish contact with elected officials, government departments and agencies responsible for policies and programs relating to real estate.
- Monitor legislative and regulatory activities affecting the industry.
- Coordinates the development of a response to these legislative and regulatory actions.
- Issues calls-to-action.
- Manages the RPAC fundraising campaign.
- Manages the public office candidate interview process.
- Writes articles regarding public affairs for WCAR publications.
- Coordinates the development and maintenance of the website under the direction of the CEO.
- Provides membership with monthly updates on government affairs issues.
- Coordinates meetings with officials for membership and CEO and works with speakers to schedule them for membership events.
- Provides staff support to the Governmental Affairs Committee and RPAC Committee.
- Able to react to change productively and handle all other duties/essential tasks as assigned by the CEO.
Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. All inquiries will be kept confidential. This is a great opportunity to build on an already very successful Advocacy program at a large and fast-growing association just outside of Nashville.
REALTOR® Party Coordinator - Nashville, TN
Work with the Governmental Affairs Director to maintain a strong and effective governmental affairs program; under the supervision of the Governmental Affairs Director, create, promote and facilitate an extensive and efficient political affairs and advocacy program; manage the RPAC participation program and PAC duties within the association.
General duties include but are not limited to:
- Responsible for various day-to-day administrative responsibilities of both the association’s REALTOR® Party programs and REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC). Provide administrative support for the Governmental Affairs Committee and RPAC Trustees - including taking and distributing minutes and creating agendas.
- Work to establish and maintain a strong REALTOR® Party Presence at both the state and local level. Carry out political plans, including the various aspects of Tennessee REALTORS® Strategic Plan and core standards.
- Assist in tracking and monitoring PAC funds and utilizing the PAC management system Aristotle.
- Notify committee members of upcoming meetings, and correspond with them as needed, and maintain good relationships with committee members.
- Prepare letters and coordinates all advertisements for events with the Communications Department. Keep members informed of the importance of RPAC.
- Identify and explore opportunities to promote members both at the state and local level for their involvement in REALTOR® Party programs.
- Coordinate with the Government Affairs Director to expand the political contact system and network throughout Tennessee to be able to effectively influence legislation on the state and federal levels, including the effective use of Calls for Action. Assist in overseeing the State Political Coordinator/Federal Political Coordinator Programs – track field reports and make sure that members are maintaining a relationship with their legislator.
- Update and distribute a standardized curriculum piece for use in local association orientations that includes advocacy, RPAC and REALTOR® Party opportunities and benefits.
- Support local associations with various local or community governmental affairs efforts that may arise.
- Work with the Governmental Affairs Director to expand education efforts for local Association staff and RPAC volunteers on legal, fundraising and reporting regulations related to the PAC.
- Generate relevant content for the Association’s website, social media channels and other various avenues for communication.
- Attend meetings and programs as directed by the Director of the Governmental Affairs or CEO.
- Track, assess and analyze strategic plan goals and objectives. Know local association fundraising goals and be responsible for tracking and distribution amongst locals.
- Collaborate with Governmental Affairs Director and Chief Lobbyist on candidate recruitment and identification of candidates to benefit from RPAC.
- Shall devote time and effort that is necessary to carry out objectives and directives of Tennessee REALTORS®.
- Assistance with special Tennessee REALTOR® events and projects as deemed necessary. Schedule and coordinate speakers for various events.
- Answer phones/help with any additional administrative needs as needed in office.
- Provides support to the Governmental Affairs Director or others as assigned.
- Performs other duties as assigned by the Governmental Affairs Director or by the CEO.
- Must be team player.
- Fosters and contributes to a positive team environment.
- Organizational and Management Skills including the ability to multi-task.
- Strong Computer literacy with emphasis on Microsoft applications, Quickbooks and data management applications.
- Must be able to use a Mac Computer.
- Has an understanding of the process of a volunteer organization.
- Must be a good project manager. Must be self-motivated and ability to have initiative.
- Must be attentive and creative, possess the ability to work with and adapt to all types of people and exhibit patience, perseverance and persuasiveness.
- Must be skilled as a communicator, have strong interpersonal skills, and have ability to build consensus.
- Ability to maintain confidential information.
- Ability to produce professional documents with minimal amount of errors; includes spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors.
- Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds.
- REALTOR® Association Experience.
- REALTOR® Political Action Committee Experience.
- 4 year degree in related field.
- Minimum 5 years relevant experience.
Additional Salary Information: Must send cover letter, resume, and salary requirement to: email@example.com (Only complete applications will be considered).
Association Executive - Silverdale, WA
The Kitsap County Association of REALTORS® is a membership trade organization located in Silverdale, Washington, with just over 600 members. The Association Executive (AE) is responsible for management and administration of the association with focus on the member’s needs and the real estate industry. The AE will work closely with volunteers and elected leadership to lead the organization, and the Board of Directors will have broad decision-making authority. The AE will provide strong leadership skills and add value to the members and association to ensure its continued growth in the community.
The association is located just 30 miles from Seattle between the Cascade and Olympic Mountains. Surrounded by the Puget Sound and lovely evergreens, pine and cedar trees, you can’t ask for a better place to live. The cost of living and quality of live are truly great in the county of Kitsap.
Governance of Association Structures and Organizational Operations:
- Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organization with input from the volunteers
- Administers basic functions of the association as determined by the Board of Directors that changes yearly and can navigate that transition
- Implements and maintains policies and procedures that are in place for operations, financial management, budgeting and record-keeping as drafted and recommended by other organizations (NAR, state associations, and ASAE, etc.)
- Assists with committee administration on an as-needed basis
- Ensures that governing documents and policies are based on industry models to execute effective administration of the association
Physical and Financial Resources:
- Ensures sufficient source of revenue is generated to administer association’s services
- Works with volunteer leadership to develop a detailed budget
- Provides reports to the Board of the Directors, including budgeting and membership trends
- Ensures that basic level of reserves is available to support association operations
- Oversees hiring, development, and supervision of staff
- Able to provide guidance and coach employees
- Ensures staff compensation is locally competitive
- Ensures that professional development opportunities are available to staff and funded by the association
- Provides new-member orientation programs based on programs at the state and national REALTOR® associations
- Provides basic skills in processing professional standards complaints according to established policies and procedures; may obtain some services through co-op enforcement agreement.
- Offers required education programs based on review of current needs
- Knowledgeable on business and marketing tools, including social media platforms
- Implements industry ideas and member services decisions made by volunteer leaders
- Administers networking and social opportunities that are planned, organized, and implemented predominantly through committee volunteers
- Ability to draft meeting minutes, press releases, ads, flyers, and brochures
Internal and External Relations:
- Develops and maintains positive relationships with staff, volunteers, and local, state and national associations
- Attends state and national meetings as well as Association Executive Institute (AEI) to enhance leadership skills
- Works with an accounting firm and an attorney to support association operations, as directed by the Board of Directors
- Supports volunteer leadership as they foster effective relationships with local government leaders and legislators, service providers/vendors, media, etc.
- Provides administrative support for fundraising efforts and member mobilization efforts
- Implements political awareness and fundraising plans developed by volunteer leadership
- Supports state and national advocacy efforts and works with volunteers on legal and regulatory issues
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in an executive level role within a trade association
- Five or more years of management experience, preferably in a professional trade association or other nonprofit agency
- Three or more years of experience directing total operations through community engagement, volunteer development, supervision of staff, development, and monitoring of association budget, marketing, and public relations
- RCE designation preferred or able to obtain within 36 months of employment
Association Executive - Bel Air, MD
The Association Executive for the Harford County Association of REALTORS® plans, organizes, coordinates, controls, and directs staff, programs and activities. The Association Executive works closely with HCAR’s President and elected leaders to ensure that the goals and budget of HCAR are achieved and serves as staff support to all committees and coordinates with Board appointed committee liaisons.
The association is located just 30 miles outside Baltimore in Bel Air, Maryland. The area has a diverse housing market and continues to grow due to a robust economy generated by higher education, health care, and military installations. Bel Air is a short drive away from many cultural, arts, and recreation centers in New York, New Jersey and Washington DC.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Ensure that the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and officers are fully informed of HCAR conditions and of all important factors influencing them and that all actions are in full compliance with the By-Laws and Policy and procedures of the Association and attend all meetings of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors
- Establish a sound organizational structure for the association office and administration of the entire HCAR Office
- Define staff duties, establish performance standards, conduct performance reviews, and maintain competitive salary structure and document office procedures.
- Provide the necessary liaison and staff support to committee chairpersons to enable committees to properly perform their functions and ensure that committee decisions and recommendations are submitted to the Board of Directors for approval
- Promote interest and active participation in HCAR activities to membership and local/chapter groups, and report HCAR activities through the HCAR communication media
- Maintain effective relationships with other organizations, both public and private, and ensure that HCAR and membership positions are enhanced in accordance with the policies and objectives of the organization
- Ensure that all funds, physical assets, and other MCAR property are appropriately safeguarded and administered; operate with the approved budget.
- Serve as supervising editor of the official HCAR publication and communication medium
- Exercise control of the budget and all arrangements to meet financial objectives
- Serve on state and national committees as appointed and approved by the Board of Directors
- Carry out other general responsibilities as officers and Board of Directors may specify
- Serve as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of HCAR.
- Coordinate with Government Affairs Director and Maryland REALTORS®, all legislative activities and lobbying efforts
- Field calls from the public and HCAR members regarding violations of the Code of Ethics as well as arbitration requests
- Attend Board of Directors, Legislative and Leadership Meetings of the Maryland REALTORS® and other such meetings as designated by the Board president from time to time.
- Attend the annual meeting, legislative meetings, and Association Executive Council meetings of the National Association of REALTORS®
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in an executive level role within a trade association
- Five or more years of management experience, including budget, preferably in a professional trade association or other nonprofit agency
- Previous experience improving culture and increasing value proposition
- RCE or CAE designation preferred
Director of Communications - Springfield, MA
The REALTOR® Association of Pioneer Valley (RAPV) is seeking a Director of Communications to develop and implement a strategic communications strategy which positions the Association as the voice of real estate and essential community partner to the Pioneer Valley. Educating the membership and the public of the Association’s products and services will be critical to the overall communication program.
The most qualified candidate will have experience working with volunteer leaders, work in website maintenance/design, video creation, and the ability to manage multiple print and digital media outlets. It will be essential that this position is highly detail oriented and timely in the delivery of all publications.
- Develop and execute in accordance to the Strategic Plan, a multi-faceted communications plan for the Association
- Using a variety of communication tools, including social media and video, deliver to members the valuable programs, products and services offered by the Association, and communicate to the public the essential services REALTORS® provide
- Maintain records on the open rates, click thru rates, use, and traffic on the Association’s web site, online platforms and email/social media communications
- Responsible for all Association wide communications and publications including: the monthly eNewsletter, weekly emails, the web site, and all social media sites, sending of press releases, Annual Report, and event advertising.
- Maintain the Association’s web site, responsible for updated content and accuracy
- Manage the Association’s online platforms, responsible for updated content and accuracy, and ensuring member adherence to all association media policies
- Produce Association marketing brochures, letters, flyers, etc.
- Maintain an ongoing Public Relations campaign with local media that delivers information on market activity and community services offered by the Association
- Remain apprised of all new and existing programs and services offered by the Association through engagement with key staff
- Maintain a professional relationship with print and media outlets
- Serve as Staff Liaison to Member groups and committees as assigned by the CEO
- Maintain a working knowledge of the activities of the Board as well as the state and national associations
- Supervise photography at functions, programs, and events
- Develop an annual budget for the Communications, Marketing and Community Outreach for CEO review and approval
- Attend REALTOR® Conferences, meetings, events, and other Association activities as directed by the CEO
- Perform all other duties as assigned by the CEO.
Please submit resume and cover letter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Executive Officer - Burlington, IA
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) shall oversee the day to day operations and activities of the association. The CEO will ensure that the Officers and Board of Directors (BOD) are fully informed of association conditions and all factors influencing them, execute decisions made by the Board of Directors, maintain a fiduciary duty & confidentiality to the Board of Directors, participate in budget preparation and be a support to the Board of Directors & membership.
Summarization of Duties but not limited to:
- Manage files and records for Association
- Maintain a cloud based file sharing system within the office
- Oversee membership database and coordinate with IAR and NAR
- Point of contact for Sentrilock
- Attend all BOD meetings and keep accurate records
- Execute and implement all decisions of the BOD
- Provide guidance to all programs and staff
- Bookkeeping & collection of payments
- Adhere to Strategic Plan
- Ensure Association is compliant with Core Standards
- Develop a communication plan between staff, officers, BOD & membership
- Execute membership education training
- Professionally interact with Iowa Association of REALTORS® and National Association of REALTORS®
Please email cover letter and resume to Southeast Iowa Regional Board of REALTORS® at email@example.com
Chief Executive Officer - Rochester, MN
Home to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, this 1,000 member association serves 11 counties with five hubs in southeast Minnesota. The challenge of representing members who serve clients in properties from mid-sized metro to rural, to small town America, to farm is exciting and ever-changing.
The CEO is the top executive and administrative officer of SEMR and is responsible for all administrative and management functions and for executing the mission of the organization. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO’s primary responsibilities include planning, directing and controlling all activities of the organization in order to achieve the stated goals and objectives of the strategic and operating plans. The CEO is expected to communicate and implement all policies and provide leadership and direction that creates a high level of enthusiasm, expectancy and momentum among the membership, staff and the REALTOR® members in the multi-county region.
The candidate should have at least 2 years of REALTOR® Association executive senior level experience with a track record of working with at least 3 to 4 employees and an annual budget of at least $1 million. The candidate must have business and management acumen, excellent interpersonal skills, good public speaking skills, and solid communication ability with the skill to communicate with public officials and local leaders. Candidate must be a self-starter with a history of effectively managing, delegating and motivating staff, have in-depth accounting, financial, budgetary, and organizational competency. Candidate should have a history of supporting RPAC. CAE and/or RCE designations preferred.
Position is available June 2019. To apply, please send resume, references and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Tuesday, May 7.Access the complete job profile.
Chief Executive Officer - Bel Air, MD
The chief executive officer for the Harford County Association of REALTORS® plans, organizes, coordinates, controls and directs staff, programs and activities. The Association Executive works closely with HCAR’s President and elected leaders to ensure that the goals and budget of HCAR are achieved and serves as staff support to all committees and coordinates with Board appointed committee liaisons.The association is located just 30 miles outside Baltimore in Bel Air, Maryland. The area has a diverse housing market and continues to grow due to a robust economy generated by higher education, health care, and military installations. Bel Air is a short drive away from many cultural, arts, and recreation centers in New York, New Jersey and Washington DC.
Member Services Director - Kennewick, WA
The TriCity Association of REALTORS® is seeking a Member Services Director for TCAR and two other REALTOR® associations we manage by contract. We are a regional association in eastern Washington state where the sun (almost) always shines, housing is affordable, traffic is manageable, and life-balance opportunities abound.
This new position will direct and manage all aspects of the three associations’ membership recruitment, onboarding, orientation, retention, member records, and compliance.
- Develop, explain, and promote member benefits and guide members on how to use.
- Continually seek and develop innovative ways to deliver an excellent, memorable membership experience for every member.
- Build Affinity partnerships to provide new, meaningful benefits to members.
- Create and successfully manage membership meetings, special events, and projects.
- Be so good at everything membership and services related that you can help anyone, anytime.
- Minimum 3 years experience in a customer service environment, association experience strongly desired.
- Outstanding written, oral, and presentation skills.
- Demonstrated proficiency with MS Word, Excel, and Power Point.
- Ability to quickly learn proprietary and specialized technologies.
- Preference for work in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
- Ability to easily multi-task and prioritize during multiple interruptions.
- Fast, efficient data entry skills.
- Familiarity and experience with REALTOR®-related database preferred.
- Fervent attention to details.
- Commitment to and passion for the unique nature of REALTOR® associations.
- A great sense of humor, and the natural inclination to appreciate others’ quirks
Please send resume with detailed cover letter describing your interest to Realtorassociation2019@gmail.com. Full job description is available upon request.
Association Executive - Abingdon, VA
The Southwest Virginia Association of REALTORS® in Abingdon, VA is seeking an Association Executive to manage it's 300 plus member organization.
- The candidate must demonstrate organizational management, communications with clarity, and leadership skills.
- Responsible to Board of Directors and elected President. Responsible for staff, programs, products, and services of the Association.
- The qualified candidate will envision the real estate industry needs and member and customer needs, with an added focus on developing visionary skills.
- Computer literate with a basic understanding of the financial accounting. Social Media and Public relations skills necessary to promote and represent the Association.
- Manages and executes decisions made by the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) committee for the association.
- Candidate experience with association management is a plus.
- Starting salary is negotiable depending on qualifications and experience. Some travel to both the State and National meetings deemed necessary by the Association.
Submit resume to: AEsearch@virginiarealtors.org.
Vice President Government Affairs - Long Island, NY
The Long Island Board of REALTORS® is seeking a Vice President of Government Affairs to lead the advocacy and public policy efforts of the nation’s 4th largest local association, representing over 26,000 members.
The Vice President of Government Affairs serves as the primary lobbyist on public policy and regulatory issues at the local and state level as well as overseeing the association’s political advocacy, fundraising and volunteer engagement on issues affecting real estate and property ownership.
The ideal candidate will have excellent written and verbal communication skills which include the ability to create and deliver public presentations. A strategic mindset and experience working with volunteer leaders is crucial to the success of this position. Prior experience with REALTOR® Party programs is a plus.
Please send resume and salary requirements to ADellitalia@mlsli.com
Association Executive or Chief Staff Executive - Tucker, GA
Reports to: Association President via Board of Directors, DeKalb Association Of REALTORS®
Department: DAR Administrative
The AE or CSE, is responsible for administration and management of the association, based on member needs, with some focus on community and real estate industry issues. The association is member-focused, and the AE should know the basic activities of its REALTOR® members and where to find information important to members daily business. The AE or CSE will work closely with volunteers, elected Leadership, Officers, Executive Committee, and Board of Directors and report to the Association President via Board of Directors. The AE manages the organization with parameters set by the board and based on boards’ determination of the future direction of the organization. The Board of Directors will have broad decision-making authority. All staff report to the Association Executive (AE).
Association investment, Board of Directors, Bylaws & Policy, Executive, Finance, Legal Defense, Nominating, Orientation, Professional Standards/Grievance, Program & Social, Sponsorship, Strategic Planning, Leadership Academy, DWHIP Board of Directors. Serves as an ex-officio member (without the right to vote) of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors.
Governance of Association Structures and Organizational Operations:
- Implements programs and events as directed by the Board of Directors.
- Creates and manages the internal organization of the association.
- Works with the volunteers on the development and implementation of the strategic vision as developed by the board.
- Manages the operations of the organization based on the parameters set by the Board of Directors.
- Provides administrative support to association committees.
- Update governing document and policies, which may be amended from time to time, based on the Board of Directors determination of the future direction of the organization. Ensures DAR and GAMLS Bylaws are up to date and in compliance with NAR.
- Responsible for recruiting, hiring, training, motivating, promoting and terminating staff.
- Informs the Executive Committee, Officers, and Board of Directors on the condition of the Association and on all important factors affecting the Association.
Physical and Financial Resources:
- Prepares the preliminary annual budget for Finance Committee review and ensures strict compliance with the budget approved by the Board of Directors.
- Ensures that all funds, physical assets and other property of the Association are adequately insured and properly safeguarded by obtaining annual Errors & Omissions insurance for the Association and ensures timely premiums payment.
- Maintains a dedicated office location with up-to-date office equipment that is analyzed or updated on a routine basis.
- Ensures reliable revenue sources to operate the association at optimum and future levels, with research and development funds in place for new initiatives.
- Ensures that sufficient financial reserves are maintained.
- Develops a comprehensive budget with committees and board approval.
- Supervises annual billing, audit, and training of staff for dues processing, RPAC funds, and termination of delinquent members.
- Responsible for all banking, deposits, check writing; works with CPA, and monitors signatories and investments. Establishes financial controls and reduces risk by dividing staff duties relating to handing funds.
- Provides for adequate security for all files, legal documents, historical documents, membership records, official minutes, and financial records.
- Has a comprehensive knowledge of office management skills. Understand and able to delegate or outsource as necessary.
- Understands political fundraising and reporting requirements.
- Ensures staff compensation is regionally competitive.
- Responsible for all administration and management of the association, based on member needs.
- Understand and play a proactive role in analyzing and support efforts that address and impact legal regulatory issues affecting the association.
- Recruits, hires, trains, promotes and terminates staff and administers an effective personnel program that includes position descriptions, performance standards, performance appraisals and a compensation system.
- Obtains maximum utilization of staff by clearly defining their duties and responsibilities, establishing performance standards, conducting performance reviews, and maintaining a competitive salary structure.
- Provides support to volunteers in their new-member recruitment retention programs and provides new-member orientation programs based on programs at the state and national REALTORS® associations.
- Implements industry ideas and member services decisions made by President, and Board of Directors.
- Offers or provides access to required and optional education programs based on review of current needs (may outsource when necessary).
- Maintains targeted internal and external communications systems and delivery vehicles focused on current industry information.
- Provides the necessary liaison and staff support to committees to enable them to properly perform their functions. Ensures that committee decisions and recommendations are submitted to the Executive Committee and/or the Board of Directors for approval. Meets with all committees or provide staff support (when possible).
- Attends all Association functions and sets agendas, where necessary.
- Ensures the execution of all decisions of the Board of Directors.
- Responsible for the timely and professional publication of the Association’s and activities by members and business affiliates and ensure reporting of the activities of the association through website, newsletter, mailings, press releases, etc., and for the proper notification/communication to the membership, the Board of Directors, and the leadership of the Association.
- Serves as the Association’s Professional Standards Administrator and attends professional standards training.
- Act as direct liaison with the National and Georgia Associations of REALTORS® in matters which can be handled by staff.
- Plan and manages, with volunteers, networking and social opportunities to enhance members’ career success and future needs. Ensures the development of education programs to advance the professional and technical skill of the membership operating within the budget and program objectives approved by the Board of Directors.
Internal and External Relations:
- Help identify and recruit volunteer leaders, work with volunteer leaders to forge strong partnerships.
- Ensures that minutes of all official meeting of the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, committees; task forces, advisory group and hearing panels are properly taken and maintained. Ensures that meetings are posted on office calendar.
- Attends and collaborates with Local, State and National Conventions and Regional AE Institutes/Conferences, NAR Leadership Summit, GAR Leadership Conference, GAR Professional Standards meetings and Metro Alliance meetings.
- Carries out general responsibilities as may be delegated by the Officers, Executive Committee, and the Board of Directors.
Submit resume to: email@example.com
For salary and benefits information, please contact Association President, Edward Patton at 678-858-0818.
Executive Officer - Portland, OR
Exciting opportunity in Northern Oregon! Oregon Real Estate Forms LLC (OREF) seeks a dynamic, innovative, detailed-orientated Executive Officer. Qualifications include strong communication, planning, and organizational skills. Applicants must be a collaborative leader with clear priorities, skilled in balancing multiple priorities and have an enthusiastic demeanor and passion for growth and improvement. Ideal candidate will seek new ideas for services, actively engage leadership and monitor market influence.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Internal & External relations
- Personnel Management for experienced staff and vendors
- Organizational Operations
- Member Services to 13,000+ subscribers and 24 local Associations
- Oversee events, meetings, committees, etc
- Publicly represent the organization
- Board and Membership communication
- Measurement effectiveness of activities
- Strategic & Budget Planning, including advancement of short and long-term goals
- Implement the overall mission and policies as directed by the Board of Managers
- Oversee the development and implementation of OREFs 70+ copyrighted forms
Please email: Cover Letter, Resume including education/work history and 3-5 references to Apply@OREFonline.com.
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