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Education Manager - Salem, OR 

Oregon Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 4/27/17


Under the direct supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, the Manager is accountable for all activities related to the OAR education department to consistently articulate OAR’s mission.



  • Implement department’s annual strategic and business plan.
  • Market and schedule courses, manage instructor pool, and facilitate development of new courses.
  • Collaborate on and implement education event marketing plans.
  • Assess market opportunities for new courses via surveys, direct member outreach, input from local association representatives, etc.
  • Analyze and write executive summaries for quarterly department reports to track strategic plan metrics.
  • Serve as staff liaison to the Professional Development Committee.
  • Help plan, produce and staff education events, conferences, conventions and special events
  • Travel (potentially out-of-town) to meetings, classes and events as needed.
  • Create analytic reports for CEO and Executive Committee as directed to assess program opportunities.
    • Work with instructors, partners and venues to plan and coordinate event logistics and meet all certified education provider requirements.
    • Schedule courses and events in the Association’s membership management database.
    • Process registrations and confirmations for all Association education events, conferences & conventions.
    • Field member questions regarding CE, course registrations, etc.
    • Prepare course materials, name badges & CE certificates for all functions.
    • Provide on-site event registration and staff support for all Association education events and conferences as needed.
    • Handle cash, check & credit card payments, maintaining accuracy in record-keeping.
    • Conduct course evaluations, surveys and other assessment tools to garner feedback on OAR programs.
    • Score exams & instructor evaluations following classes.
    • Oversees compliance with approved education policies, procedures and practices, including instructor certification per the Oregon Real Estate Agency.
  • Assist in implementing the annual communications plan in collaboration with Director as it relates to education.
  • Assist in education program electronic communications in Convio with strategic guidance from Director.
  • Post educational materials to social media as directed by Communications Director.
  • Monitor real estate related sites and social media channels for trending education news and content.


  • Bachelor’s degree and/or prior professional office background.
  • Excellent communicator with strong grammar, writing and editing skills.
  • High attention to detail and accuracy, reliable, mature, quick learner and take initiative.
  • Proficient with MS Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), HTML, online and social media applications.
  • Able to juggle multiple priorities, work independently and in a team.
  • Be very flexible, able and willing to be away from home to provide on-site staff support at events and meetings, often working long hours to ensure success for all events.  Should be able and willing to pitch-in and help with any and all projects in the office as needed.
  • Represent the association with professionalism to multiple audiences via phone and in-person.

IV. NON-MANDATORY JOB QUALIFICATIONS – These qualifications are not absolutely required, but will enhance the applicant’s or employee’s chances for success:

  • Trade association experience

To apply, contact JC Collins:

Chief Executive Officer - Chicago, IL 

Chicago Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 4/24/17

Reporting Relationships:  The CEO will report to a 19-person Board of Directors (BOD).  He/she will manage a $10+M budget and 35 FTE through 5 direct reports (Chief Operations and Financial Officer; Sr. Director of Communications & Media Relations; Sr. Director of Government Affairs & Public Policy; Director of Member Care & Professional Standards/Managing Broker NIREIN; Director of Professional Development).

Principal Responsibilities:  The CEO will oversee the day-to-day operations of CAR while facilitating interaction between staff, members and the Board.  In addition, he/she will:

  • Participate in the formulation of CAR’s mission, annual goals and long-range business plan.
  • Implement strategies to attain these goals and measurement guidelines to analyze performance.
  • Maintain a high knowledge of trends impacting both the residential and commercial segments of the Chicago real estate business.
  • Appreciate members’ business challenges and develop programs to serve their changing needs. 
  • Ensure that CAR is meeting member needs by communicating with members continually.
  • Ensure annual compliance with NAR’s Mandatory Core Standards for REALTOR® Associations
  • Encourage volunteer and staff creativity and initiative.
  • Keep CAR technologically current.
  • Attract, recruit, and develop a high quality professional staff, ensuring a workplace conducive to member satisfaction and service, staff achievement, teamwork, and accountability.
  • Recognize HR issues and deal with them quickly and fairly.
  • Serve as the primary liaison to related industries, associations and professional groups (homebuilders, mortgage bankers, local businesses, etc.).
  • Represent CAR in civic and community organizations, such as the Chamber of Commerce; Real Estate Advisory Boards for DePaul University, John Marshall Law School, Roosevelt University, REALTOR® University; and to other Boards of Directors, such as All Chicago.
  • As directed, serve as a spokesperson for CAR to the public, media, and local government.
  • Develop and implement procedures, programs, budgets, and policies in response to the Business Plan.  
  • Work closely with the Board, communicating, advising, and making recommendations on policy issues impacting the real estate industry.
  • Serve as:
    • An ex-officio, non-voting member of the Executive Committee providing advice, as well as administrative and technical support.
    • A voting member of CARPAC and an ex-officio, non-voting member of CAREF.
    • The primary staff liaison for the following committees and work groups: Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Nominating Committee, REALTOR® Awards Work Group, CAREF.
    • The primary staff liaison to the IR (Illinois REALTORS®) and NAR Directors and on Committees of IR and NAR as assigned.
  • Plan, organize and attend all meetings of the Board of Directors and be responsible for the preparation of reports.
  • Oversee a system of personnel policies, programs and practices to maintain a high level of staff competence, personal commitment and positive morale.
  • Work closely with the COFO and NAR HR Consultant on HR matters.
  • Ensure annual compliance with NAR’s Mandatory Core Standards for REALTOR® Associations
  • Ensure that all assets of CAR are safeguarded.

Education:  The candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree. An advanced degree, CAE, RCE or Institute designations are preferred, but directly related work experience is most desirable.

Experience & Qualification:  Prime candidates should have a minimum of 15 years professional experience with at least 5 years in senior management with an association, a corporation, academic institution or government.

Zara Sulayman (x 24) or Leonard Pfeiffer (x 22)
Leonard Pfeiffer & Company
Suite 800
1319 F Street, NW
Washington, DC  20004-1140
Tel: 202-737-6327

VP of Government Affairs - Myrtle Beach, SC 

Coastal Carolinas Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 4/18/17

The VP of Government Affairs serves as professional staff for all Association activities in the public policy and political arena.  Advocate and assure effective representation of Association’s positions at the local/regional levels of government.   Maintain effective lines of communication with government and public officials.  Protect the interests of the association members, real estate industry and community in legislative matters locally and in collaboration with SCR and NAR.  Establish the REALTORS® as the voice for residential and commercial real estate in Horry and Georgetown Counties.  Reports directly to the CEO.


Graduate from a four-year accredited higher learning institution with a degree in political science, communication, business or related field with a minimum of three years local, county, state or federal public policy and government affairs experience. Experience in agenda setting, policy statements, political fundraising and collaborative cooperatives are essential.  Knowledge and understanding of all REALTOR® Party Programs a plus.


Starting salary is negotiable depending on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package.


To view the full job description, please click here. 

To submit a resume, please email

Multiple Listing Service Director - Albany, NY

Eastern New York Multiple Listing Service

Posted 4/14/17

Multiple Listing Service Director –

The Eastern New York Multiple Listing Service, Inc. is seeking an MLS Director who will administer operations from it’s Albany, New York headquarters.   Reporting to the CEO, the ideal candidate will manage this newly formed multiple listing service in accordance with NAR policies and procedures, state and Federal laws and regulations and local Rules and Regulations. The EYNR MLS serves more than 3,400 REALTOR® professionals throughout the region. A working knowledge of the real estate industry, Multiple Listing Services and technological trends as well as job related experience and a thorough understanding of the application of technology used by Participants and Subscribers is required. The MLS Director will oversee the activities and operations of the Multiple Listing Service staff, the Multiple Listing Service, electronic key service, training services and other support products offered. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Please submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Sherry Marr at  by May 1, 2017.

Education & Experience

Associates Degree required, Bachelor's preferred. A minimum of five (5) years of REALTOR® MLS administration/compliance background combined with supervisory experience required. Ability to interpret and apply legal and regulatory policies, and to communicate professionally orally and in writing. 

MLS President - St. Louis, MO 

Mid America Regional Information Systems (MARIS) MLS 

Posted 4/14/17

MARIS provides the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for 11,500 subscribers in Missouri and Illinois, and is headquartered in St. Louis. MARIS provides its subscribers with a variety of products and services that assist them in the process of assisting the public buy and sell real estate. 

The current top executive is retiring near the end of the year and applications are now being accepted. 

Read the full job description here.

To apply, email your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Gregg Larson AND Matt Cohen: 

Vice President of Administrative Services - Topeka, KS

Kansas Association of REALTORS®

Posted 4/12/17

The Kansas Association of REALTORS® is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Vice President of Administrative Services. The primary responsibilities of this position include working directly with the Chief Executive Officer in managing the administrative responsibilities for the association – such as working directly with the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Strategic Thinking Team and association officers; contracting and planning the association’s two annual conferences and serving as the key resource on NAR programs, products and resources that are available to KAR to help further goals and objectives. Other duties include but are not limited to: 

  • Working with the CEO to oversee the implementation of the annual strategic plan 
  • Coordinating special projects as needed 
  • Working with the CEO to coordinate efforts of outsourced communications and marketing professionals 
  • Working with the AE Committee to plan and coordinate the annual AE Day 
  • Attending the two NAR annual meetings and working with leadership to coordinate travel arrangements 
  • Working with the CEO to plan and coordinate the annual leadership/staff retreat 
  • Working with incoming leadership to coordinate the annual appointment of volunteers 

To see the full position description, click here to download.

To apply please email a detailed resume along with a cover letter indicating salary expectations to Karen Gehle, CEO at: All submissions must be received by May 22nd. Thank you.

Chief Executive Officer - Glen Carbon, IL 

Greater Gateway Association of REALTORS®

Posted 4/10/17

The Greater Gateway Association of REALTORS® is seeking an experienced, organized and forward-thinking Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to manage its 1,007-member organization with an annual operating budget of $772,000.

The overall responsibilities of the CEO are to provide supervision, guidance and counsel to Staff and the Board of Directors to effectively meet the goals and objectives of the Association. CEO is responsible for delivery of all programs, products and services as well as effective overall daily operation of the association. CEO serves as the key Liaison between the Board of Directors, committees and members with the Illinois REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS®.

Qualifications include but are not limited to:

At least two (2) years executive level association management experience, or its equivalent

Experience with an organization of 5+ employees and a $772,000 budget;
Experience with an MLS and REALTOR® association a plus
A proven leader, relationship builder, manager who has experience with the dynamics of a volunteer-driven association
Maintains effective relationships with other organizations, both public and private, and ensures that association and membership positions are enhanced in accordance with the policies and objectives of the organization.
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills;
Excellent financial and business management experience and skills; and
Effective strategic vision.

A competitive compensation with executive benefits will be negotiated for exceptional candidates.

Applicants should send cover letter including salary requirements and a resume by Thursday, May 4, 2017 to:

Ed McCarthy
Greater Gateway Search
McCarthy & Allen
3 Ginger Creek Parkway
Glen Carbon, IL 62034
GGAR is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Membership Manager - Tampa, FL

Greater Tampa Association of REALTORS®

Posted 4/6/17

The Membership Manager is an exempt position that oversees the membership department and maintains the day-to-day tasks related to membership, MLS and Supra for the Greater Tampa REALTORS®.  


  • Oversees membership rules regulation implementation in accordance with NAR, FR, and Tampa REALTORS® bylaws.
  • Serves as direct supervisor to member services staff.
  • Responsible for managing staff members weekly labor and time off requests.
  • superior support to staff and members with membership, MLS or Supra related issues.
  • Serves as first point of contact for escalated issues regarding members.
  • Works closely with the membership director identify issues with the database.
  • Works closely with accounting staff to identify and correct discrepancies related to member payments.


  • Capable of managing member escalated member/applicant issues.
  • Familiarity of Association/membership environment.
  • Ability to be a team player with a strong member services focus.
  • Demonstrated experience with MS Office Products and ability to learn new software tools.


  • Prior REALTOR® Association work experience is a plus.
  • Experience with RAMCO membership system is a plus.

The specific statements shown in this description are not intended to be all-inclusive. They represent typical elements of criteria necessary to successfully perform the job.

If you are interested please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary requirement via email to The association provides an excellent and diverse work environment along with a competitive benefits package. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Government Affairs Director - Bozeman, MT

Gallatin Association of REALTORS®

Posted 4/4/17


Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Government Affairs Director (GAD) oversees and directs the Governmental Affairs program, including all efforts related to government affairs, strategic government relations, and social policy. He/she protects the interests of association members and the real estate industry in local and regional real estate matters, and works to establish the Gallatin Association of REALTORS®/Big Sky Country MLS as the voice of residential real estate in southwestern Montana. The Governmental Affairs Director will lead the association’s bipartisan policy efforts primarily on local, county and state levels.


Graduate from a four-year accredited higher learning institution with a degree in political science, communication, business or related field with a minimum of three years local, county, state or federal public policy and governmental affairs experience. Experience in agenda setting, policy statements and collaborative cooperatives is essential.


Starting salary is negotiable depending on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package.


  For a complete job description email

  To apply, send resume and salary requirements to:

Chief Executive Officer - Ann Arbor, MI

Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS®

Posted 3/31/17

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) reports to the Board of Directors of the Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS® and is responsible for the effective administration of the organizational goals, objectives, and policies of the organization.

Ann Arbor, MI

Pay Range:
$90,000 – $130,000

View the full job description.