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REALTOR® associations' job openings can be posted free of charge for four consecutive weeks. Job openings are updated twice weekly (every Monday and Wednesday). Please keep your job descriptions to 100 words or less. To place an ad, call Kelsi Dunn at 312-329-8518 or email kdunn@realtors.org

Chief Executive Officer - Downers Grove, IL 

Mainstreet Organization of REALTORS®

Posted 7/24/2017 

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer of MORe will oversee a team of 33 with five direct reports and a budget of approximately $11 million. The Chief Executive Officer must possess strong knowledge of association management as well as current challenges facing membership organizations and the broader real estate community.

The successful candidate will drive the organization’s strategic agenda and priorities to grow its membership with an eye toward anticipating the future of the real estate industry and identifying key growth areas for MORe. Areas of focus for MORe’s next chapter include: member retention, providing cutting-edge career development opportunities for members, producing top-notch products and services, furthering relationships with brokerages, and maintaining and furthering MORe’s exceptional staff culture. 

Read the full position description and apply here. (PDF: 170 KB) 

Chief Executive Officer - Wilmington, NC 

Cape Fear REALTORS®

Posted 7/24/2017

Cape Fear REALTORS® (CFR) are seeking an experienced Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Headquartered in Wilmington, NC, the Association serves 2,200 members.

Prime candidates should have at least 5 years of REALTOR® Association executive level management experience. Experience with an organization of 5+ employees and $1M+ budget desired. MLS experience a plus.

The candidate must have excellent people skills, organizational and administrative prowess, business and financial management ability, solid communications ability, able to develop a strategic vision for the future, effectively manage and energize staff, and a track record of working with volunteers. Proven personal characteristics such as leadership, judgement, and integrity are necessary.

Competitive compensation with attractive executive benefits will be negotiated for exceptional candidates. If interested, please respond, in confidence, with a resume to Jerry Matthews at CFR@JerryMatthews.com or phone 407-876-1495 or text 407-963- 7720.

Junior Accountant - Cape Coral, FL

Royal Palm Coast REALTOR® Association

Posted 7/21/2017

Position Summary
The Accountant I is an entry-level position responsible for assisting the finance department in creating accurate and timely financial records for the organization. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer.

Job Responsibilities

  • Prepare journal entries and general ledger account analysis and reconciliations
  • Analyzes monthly expense activity to ensure proper GAAP recognition
  • Develops and maintains spreadsheets in support of general and new business opportunities
  • Verifies information and data to ensure overall accuracy of monthly financial reports
  • Assists in the development and implementation of accounting procedures by analyzing current procedures; recommending changes to improve current processes.
  • Answers accounting and financial questions by researching and interpreting data.
  • Assist with monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting and billing
  • Assist in other special projects as needed.

Skills/Competencies

  • Strong organization skills and ability to prioritize workload in order to meet tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment
  • Detail Oriented with strong organizational skills
  • Intermediate to advanced Excel skills
  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Ability to manage task with deadlines.

Qualification

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance
  • Minimum 1 to 3 years relevant experience
  • Past experience with QuickBooks preferred

 

Other Duties
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Please apply using this this link: http://bit.ly/RoyalPalmAccountant

Government Affairs Director - Tacoma, WA

Tacoma-Pierce County Association of REALTORS®

Posted 7/21/2017

Responsible for developing, implementing and managing a comprehensive and effective government affairs program.  Oversee the program and provide recommendations on courses of action which would best achieve the Association’s purpose, goals and policies.  Protect the interests of the association members, real estate industry and community in legislative matters locally and in collaboration with Washington REALTORS® and NAR.  Establish the REALTORS® as the voice for residential and commercial real estate in Pierce County.  Reports directly to the EO.

  • Strong communication and organizational skills required. 
  • Previous lobbying and REALTOR® association experience preferred. 
  • Knowledge of REALTOR® Party programs and RPAC fundraising a plus.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Policy, Economics, Communications, Business or related field.

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

Please submit resume to: kaaren@tpcar.org

Government Affairs Director – Cupertino, CA

Silicon Valley Association of REALTORS®

Posted 7/14/2017 

REALTOR® trade association covering San Mateo and Santa Clara counties looking to fill a director-level advocate position.

The Government Affairs Director (GAD) will work with Executive Officer, REALTOR® members and local, state and national REALTOR® associations in advocating on behalf of business, homeowners, and the real estate industry. The GAD will monitor, analyze, promote, defeat and be a resource on policies related to real estate transactions, land use, property rights, housing, taxation, and advertising. The GAD will attend public hearings, legislative committees, PAC meetings and association board meetings to make reports and recommendations on issues.

The GAD will be a liaison for and help build relationships on behalf of the members and the association with elected officials, government officials, homeowners, community organizations and other trade groups. The GAD will also organize and manage grassroots campaigns, including training volunteer advocates.

Approximately seven weeks of travel a year including local, in-state and national travel will be required.

The successful candidate must be able to communicate effectively, verbally and in written form, as well as produce and post content in the association’s social media channels, like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and video. The GAD will have an ethical standard of practice, have strong interpersonal skills, be able to draw from the experience and knowledge of others, be self-driven and comfortable working with diverse constituents and political figures. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment with attention to detail and focus on follow-through.

Required Experience :

  • Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Policy, Economics, Communications, Business or related field.
  • Previous government relations, public affairs, local government administration, political campaign or legislative experience. Desired candidate will have a combination of the above experience.

Desired Skills :

  • Believe in the protection of property rights and the American dream of homeownership.
  • Quickly grasp complex legal, financial or regulatory issues.
  • Raise political contributions.
  • Build and lead a coalition into action.
  • Lead advocacy campaigns through Web, social or e-mail based platforms.
  • Effectively advocate and communicate positions.
  • Use persuasion and argument effectively.
  • Engage people in the negotiating process.
  • Convey a sense of purpose and direction.

Compensation:

A competitive compensation package will be negotiated for exceptional candidates.

Please submit resume to humanresources@silvar.org

Association Executive - Las Cruces, NM 

Las Cruces Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 7/13/2017

The Las Cruces Association of REALTORS®, 473 members strong, and Southern New Mexico MLS is seeking a professional Association Executive Director. This highly visible Executive will work with an energized group of volunteers and staff. The successful candidate must demonstrate leadership abilities, strong problem solving skills, management experience, community involvement and knowledge of governmental issues affecting the real estate industry. Compensation will be commensurate with experience and budget. If interested, please send resume and cover letter to LasCrucesAEApplication@gmail.com no later than August 10, 2017. 

Salary Range $40,000 - $60,000 

Read the full job description here.

RPAC Development and Fundraising Manager - Fairfax, VA 

Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 7/11/2017 

Under the direction of the Government Affairs Director, the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) Development and Fundraising Manager is responsible for developing, strengthening and implementing fundraising strategies to create an environment that allows for successful fundraising for the Northern Virginia/ Realtors® Political Action Committee (NV/RPAC).
Develops, strengthens, implements and leads the fundraising, daily administration, and communications strategies of the Northern Virginia/Realtors® Political Action Committee (NV/RPAC).
Develops, organizes and implements fundraising campaigns, to include solicitations, promotions, and educational materials. Helps plan, coordinate and manage PAC fundraising events. Prepares PAC reports for management and volunteers. Maintains history of contributions made to the PAC and oversees investor recognition program.
Assists with the day to day implementation of advocacy strategies and activities. Assists with meeting preparation by providing logistical and administrative support for meetings, conferences, media and special events; compiles agendas and support materials.
Assists in the implementation of grassroots and state political activities.

Education Requirements : Bachelor’s Degree required

Experience: 2-3 years PAC or candidate fundraising experience required. Association or non-profit experience preferred.

Salary: $45,000.00 to $55,000.00 /year

Send resume to dglakas@nvar.com

Member Services Coordinator – Tucker, GA

DeKalb Association of REALTORS®

Posted 7/6/2017

Overview:

The DeKalb Association of REALTORS® (DAR) is a professional REALTOR® trade organization with more than 1,600 members in Metro Atlanta (Tucker, GA).  

Responsibilities:

  • Direct day to day operations of Membership duties/activities
  • Collects and deposits all Accounts Receivables
  • Responsible for all Membership Records, including processing, scanning and filing applications
  • Heavy telephone assistance to members relative to membership, benefits, meetings and activities
  • NAR & GAR Membership Liaison
  • Coordinate New Member Orientation sessions, present member benefits and events and reconcile attendance
  • Maintain Member Benefit Program
  • E-blasts in coordination with the Communication and Events Coordinator
  • Staff Liaison for 2 to 4 committees
  • Ensure committee activities match the goals of the Strategic Plan, committee priorities/expectations, and Management Plan as defined by the budget
  • RAMCO and NRDS content management
  • Dues Billing
  • Contact non-renewing members and non-members to encourage them to join
  • Contact DR with non-members in their office and oversees compliance
  • Member surveys
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of the Microsoft suite of products
  • Bachelors degree or hands on Association Management experience
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and ability to communicate with all levels of people
  • Multi-task oriented, positive attitude and highly motivated team player

Interested candidates should submit their resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to CEO, Alicia Barras: ceo@dekalbrealtors.com.

No Calls/walk-ins

Marketing and Communications Manager – Albany, NY

Greater Capital Association of REALTORS®

Posted 7/6/2017

The Greater Capital Association of REALTORS® is seeking a Marketing and Communications Manager. The Manager has primary responsibility for writing and editing e-mail marketing, social media content, web, and select event and programmatic communications. A generalist with a wide-range of proven communication abilities will find variety and opportunity in this position, particularly, expanding GCAR’s social media presence, coordinating activities related to GCAR’s brand campaign, professional development marketing, and maintenance of the website.

The position is responsible for coordinating with staff to ensure that e-communications, social media and web content is relevant and timely, as well as evaluation of user data, analytics and reporting necessary to improve communication efforts and member engagement.  This position reports to the CEO.

General Responsibilities:

Manage e-mail marketing efforts supporting a variety of programs and services including writing, editing, and electronic distribution (e.g. events, educational programs, legislative advocacy information and initiatives)

  • Support, maintain and increase GCAR’s social media calendar content, analytics, promoted content, and online advertising
  • Coordinate Government Affairs and Legislative activities and related marketing of REALTOR® Political Action Committee (RPAC) events,
  • Manage production of GCAR print and digital newsletter, website, ads promoting programs, services and member benefits
  • Manage writing, design and production of collateral materials (flyers, brochures, promotional items) for assigned projects serving meetings, exhibits, and events

Required Education, Experience and Skills:

Strong written and verbal communication skills required

Creative self-starter with the ability to manage and oversee multiple projects and work collaboratively with other staff and departments

Strong MS office skills; Word Press and Photoshop skills

Social media marketing campaign management experience and management of social media platforms: Twitter, FaceBook, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc.; campaign and content development tools

College degree in Marketing and/or Communications

Knowledge – Understanding of association marketing and communication functions

Work Experience – 3-5 years relevant experience;  

The Greater Capital Association of REALTORS® is a 3,300 member trade association with headquarters located in historic Albany, New York.  GCAR is pleased to offer a generous benefits package.   Salary commensurate with education and experience.  Interested candidates may submit resume, references and salary requirements to SMarr@GCAR.com       

MLS Technology Director – Albany, NY

Eastern New York Regional Multiple Listing Service

Posted 7/6/2017

The Eastern New York Regional Multiple Listing Service, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Greater Capital Association of REALTORS®,  is seeking an MLS Technology Director to assist in supporting the MLS in its technology and support needs for approximately 3,400 members.  Located in historic Albany, New York, the ENYR MLS Technology Director will: 

  • Oversee MLS Rules Regulation Implementation  
  • Be responsible for Implementation of MLS tech products and maintenance
  • Provide Superior MLS Support to member brokers, agents and appraisers
  • Coordinate database maintenance
  • Prepare Statistical and Trends Reporting for Association/MLS
  • Field Requests for Changes to the MLS System from Members
  • Oversee Forms Changes and Mirror those Changes in the MLS System
  • Provide Superior MLS Support for other MLS Technology Benefits (classroom, online and one-on-one)
  • Manage IDX/RETS programming
  • Audit MLS Data against MLS Rules and Regulations
  • Serve as a Trainer on the MLS system and all COAR Technology Benefits
  • Train Staff on MLS Systems and Changes throughout the Year
  • Assist in Identifying and Correcting Data issues between AMS, MLS and Lockbox Key Systems

Strong knowledge and at least 3-5 year of MLS database management with tech product overlays and interfaces is a must.  The MLS Technology Director provides staff MLS support, product recommendations, solutions and tech recommendations to the CEO.   Understanding of the large membership databases  (i.e. Rapattoni Membership Management system, MMSI, RAMCO) a plus.  

The Eastern New York Regional MLS offers a generous benefits package. Please submit cover letter, resume and salary requirements to SMarr@GCAR.com.  

Association Executive - Waco, TX

Waco Association of REALTORS®

Posted 7/6/2017

The Waco Association of REALTORS® is seeking an Association Executive for their growing 740 plus member association. The candidate must demonstrate strong management, computer and leadership skills and executive level communication skills. We desire an Association Executive with integrity who is energetic, a strategic thinker, a visionary leader, and possesses excellent communication skills.

Waco is situated on the I35 corridor between Dallas and Austin. It is the county seat of McLennan County. In March, 2017 The Perryman Group reported they expect the Waco Metropolitan statistical area to expand by some 59,100 residents by 2040, for a total population of 323,000.

Qualifications: A minimum of four years of leadership / related experience or advanced education is preferred. Candidate must have the ability to oversee a $900K+ budget as well as foster relationships with membership, external organizations, and political officials.

To apply for the Association Executive position, please email your cover letter and resume detailing your experience and qualifications to tkiger@kellyrealtors.com with the subject line: “Waco AE Position”. We are accepting resumes until July 31, 2017.

Association Executive - Elkton, MD

Cecil County Board of REALTORS®

Posted 6/29/2017

The association executive (AE) is responsible for basic administration of the REALTOR association. 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 will work closely with volunteers, other paid employees, and elected leadership on the management of the organization, and the Board of Directors will have broad decision-making authority.

Governance of Association Structures and Organizational Operations
  • Works with volunteers on the day-to-day administration of the organization.
  • Provides administrative assistance to volunteers in the day-to-day operations of the organization.
  • Administers basic functions of the association as determined by the Board of Directors. 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 (national and state associations, ASAE, etc.).
  • Provides administrative support to association committees.
  • Ensures that governing documents and policies are based on industry models to execute effective administration of the association.
Physical and Financial Resources
  • Maintains an office location with basic office equipment (telephone. fax, computer with Internet access and e-mail capability).
  • Ensures sufficient source of revenue is generated to administer the association at basic levels of service.
  • Works with volunteer leadership to develop a detailed budget.
  • Ensures that basic level of reserves are available to support association operations.
Staff Competencies
  • Is competent in basic office management skills. Understands and supports efforts that impact legal and rcgulato1y issues affecting the association. Understands political fundraising reporting requirements.
  • Has a comprehensive knowledge of office management programs, such as Microsoft Office Suite, Contact Management Programs, Quickbooks, and other applicable programs of the association..
  • Ensures staff compensation is locally competitive.
  • Ensures that administrative-oriented professional development opportunities arc funded by the association.
  • ls responsible for basic administration of the association; some administrative services may be outsourced.
Member Services
  • Maintains internal communications systems.
  • Provides support to volunteers in their new-member recruitment and retention programs and 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.
  • Is somewhat knowledgeable of business and marketing tool services and provides basic/limited access to such tools.
  • 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.
lnternal and External Relations
  • Administers day-to-day operations with clerical support and outside resources, if necessary; develops and maintains positive working relationships with association staff.
  • Supports leadership as they identify and recruit future leaders; works with volunteers to forge strong relationships.
  • Develops positive relationships with local, state and national associations; attends local, regional, and/or state meetings independently or with volunteer leadership.
  • 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.
  • Is a helpful resource to leading brokers.
  • Supports efforts to impact legal and regulatory issues.
  • 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 issues advocacy at the association level.

Salary Range $45,000 to $55,000

Please email resumes to: resumeae.ccbor@gmail.com

Administrative Assistant - Springfield, MA 

REALTOR® Association of Pioneer Valley 

Posted 6/28/2017 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: These essential duties and responsibilities are not intended to be and should not be construed, as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, or working conditions associated with this position. While it is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties or to assign other duties as necessary. 

Responsibilities: 
- Provides administrative assistance to the Chief Executive Officer and strategic business groups as directed by the CEO. 
- Receives and screens incoming calls and correspondence highlighting matters of urgency and/or immediate importance. 
- Provides member statistical data to the CEO, as requested. 
- Schedules and prepares BOD and executive meetings and meeting set up – on-site as well as off-site. 
- Prepares minutes for the Executive and Board of Director meetings. 
- Sits in on BOD meetings and takes notes. 
- Provides administrative support including meeting minutes, scheduling and set up for the following work groups/committees: REALTOR® of the year, Affiliate of the year, Nominating committee, Grievance committee, and Professional Standards committee. 
- Arrange and coordinate travel schedules for CEO, Officers, and Board of Directors. 
- Prepare expense reports for the Board of Directors and the CEO. 
- Schedule and arranges BOD functions including, but no limited to Past President Luncheon, BOD holiday party, Designated REALTOR® and other meetings as assigned. 
- Schedules and arrange internal leadership team meetings. 
- Assist CEO with special projects, as directed. 
- Ensures executive communications with staff is facilitated. 
- Maintains files for the executive department. 
- Helps to ensure adherence to association employee policies and procedures for all staff. 
- Helps to maintain day-to-day operations of the office with association staff and through direct contact with building staff. 
- Other duties as assigned and/or required. 

Qualifications: 
- Bachelor’s Degree 
- 3-5 years’ experience as an Executive Assistant 
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
- Must have reliable transportation 
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software 

  
Please apply using this link: http://bit.ly/AssistantRAPV 

Executive Vice President - Lincoln, NE 

REALTORS® Association of Lincoln 

Posted 6/27/2017 

Position

REALTORS® Association of Lincoln (RAL) in Lincoln, Nebraska is seeking an experienced manager to fill the position of Executive Vice President (EVP). RAL requires a visionary leader in the rapidly-changing real estate industry who can develop and execute a comprehensive strategy to help the association adapt to these transformations. The EVP is responsible to the Board of Directors for executive management of the non-profit REALTOR® association which currently includes a wholly-owned for-profit subsidiary Multiple Listing Service (MLS) network.  The EVP must also have the advocacy and connectivity skills to promote RAL and its interests within the community, the state, and nationwide.

Organization

Since 1920, RAL has provided Lincoln, Nebraska area REALTORS® with listing services, regulatory advocacy, and training, to provide local REALTORS® and realty companies the tools and capabilities to grow and prosper in their markets. The RAL offices house a team of committed individuals ready to serve the over 850 members and 200 affiliates. 

Candidate

•    Visionary who can recognize opportunities and anticipate change
•    Creative problem-solver who focuses on timely results and savings
•    Leader who puts the many constituent groups first and manages their diverse interests and agendas diplomatically and effectively
•    Strong communication and presentation skills with an ability to represent RAL to the membership and the community
•    Data-driven decision maker with strong record of financial acumen
•    Leader who builds and nurtures and retains a strong staff
•    Expert networker who cultivates relationships with local, state, and national volunteer communities, boards, and interest groups
•    Bridge-builder who will travel locally and nationally to work with partner organizations
•    Deep understanding of fundraising to build the case for strong financial support
•    Excellent advocate who promotes the association, the association’s goals and the profession
•    Proven motivator who heightens and sustains engagement within the membership
•    Experience reporting and presenting to boards and public speaking
•    A knowledge of or the ability to learn the real estate industry is essential


Location
Lincoln, Nebraska

Compensation
Competitive, with a bonus program and a comprehensive benefits package. 

Apply
To submit your application or letter of interest, please send resume and cover letter to Job@LincolnREALTORS.com by July 10, 2017.

MLS Manager - Coeur d'Alene, ID 

Coeur d'Alene Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 6/27/2017 

The Coeur d'Alene Association of REALTORS® is seeking a Multiple Listing Service Manager to run their MLS office serving over 1400 members. 

Reporting to the Executive Officer, the ideal candidate will manage the MLS in accordance with NAR’s policies and procedures, state/federal laws and the rules and regulations that govern the local MLS. 
Applicants should have a working knowledge of the real estate industry and its technological trends. Applicants must have an excellent work ethic and possess great organization, communication, management, technology and people skills. Should have the ability to interpret and apply regulatory polices. 

The MLS managers role to include, but not limited to: 
•    Oversee the activities and operations of the MLS 
•    Handle MLS accounting, prepare budget with treasurer 
•    Provide/create training for new members/subscribers on MLS systems, rules and procedures 
•    Staff board of directors’ meetings 
•    Responsible for implementation for vendors and vendor maintenance 
•    Membership database 
•    Statistical and trend reporting 
•    Answer customer questions and provide training 
•    Oversee forms changes to input forms 
•    Manage IDX/RETS programming 
•    Audit violations 
•    Oversee staff, as assigned, regarding MLS duties 
•    Some out of town travel may be required 

This position will heavily involve customer service and staff support. Applicant should demonstrate patience and an ability to help members and staff navigate issues within the MLS system. This position requires the ability to manage multiple programs, projects and deadlines simultaneously while providing superior customer service and communication. 
Applicant should have previous MLS experience as a real estate agent, Association or MLS staff, transaction coordinator or assistant. 

The CdA MLS provides a competitive benefits package. Interested applicants should submit their cover letter, resume' and salary requirements via email to alit@cdarealtors.com. Salary is commensurate with experience. 

MLS Director - Birmingham, AL

Greater Alabama MLS

Posted 6/23/2017

TITLE: MLS Director

REPORTS TO (Position): CEO, MLS VP

SUMMARY: Recognized nationally as one of the most Innovative MLS’s in America, the Greater Alabama MLS (GALMLS) is looking for its next great MLS Director.  GALMLS is the largest MLS in Alabama serving several thousand REALTORS® and licensees throughout Central Alabama.  The new MLS Director will play a direct role in the growth and execution of our Strategic Plan.  The MLS Director is responsible for the successful day to day operations of the MLS including technical issues, system operations, member training and customer service.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


SYSTEM OPERATION & TECHNOLOGY

  • Ensure the successful implementation and operation of a system that meets the ongoing needs of its users
  • Assist in analysis of technology vendors, software and proposed future projects and systems
  • Responsible for prioritization of system enhancements
  • Supervise and ensure successful installation of new office equipment, trouble shooting of complex malfunctions, installation of new software releases, etc. for GALMLS
  • Supervise and/or liaison with GALMLS vendors
  • Supervise and assist with database conversions, design of forms and printed products
  • Responsible for providing on-call personnel during non-business hours
  • Supervise customer support
  • Present products and services to the appropriate committee and/or staff for review
  • Work with vendors and providers of desired products throughout the negotiation and implementation process

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

  • In concert with CEO and MLS VP, assist in preparation of GALMLS budget
  • Prepare cost estimates for new systems, and proposed changes to existing systems
  • Responsible for the databases and technology interfaces between GALMLS

INDUSTRY KNOWLEDGE

  • Attend NAR, and other industry meetings as approved by CEO, in order to keep up to date on the latest technology services available, and to remain current on policies that affect GALMLS and users
  • Attend state association (AAR) meetings, as necessary, to help shape the future of MLS in the region and states
  • Remain knowledgeable about industry trends and how they impact the real estate business, the brokers, and agents
  • Have a working knowledge of the association side of the business
  • Participate in GALMLS Executive Committee and Board meetings with advice/answers
  • Serve as liaison for various committees of both GALMLS
  • Implement new programs and procedures as directed by the CEO or MLS VP
  • Other duties as directed by CEO

BACKGROUND/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Bachelor's Degree in IT, MIS or 3-5 years MLS experience. Technology or business fields would be beneficial.
  2. Experience in technical use of computer based services. An area related to real estate would be a plus.
  3. Must be familiar with common real estate concepts, practices and procedures.
  4. Excellent written and oral communication skills including the ability to communicate technical issues to those who may not be as proficient in technology.
  5. General knowledge of Realtor Association practices, labor laws and best practices.
  6. RCE/CAE desired, but not mandatory. 

Benefits:  

  • Health, Dental, Vision
  • 401(k)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Vacation and Sick Leave

Equal Opportunity Employer.  Relocation expenses may be considered.

Please, no calls.  
Send Resumes to Cliff Long, GALMLS CEO at:
cliff@birminghamrealtors.com

Event and Production Manager - Dallas, TX

MetroTex Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 6/22/2017 

The MetroTex Association of REALTORS® is seeking an Event and Production Manager to work out of the Association headquarters in Dallas, Texas. The ideal candidate possesses strong excellent written and verbal communication skills, a commitment to excellence and high standards, strong organizational, problem solving and analytical skills, and the ability to manage priorities and workflow. Additionally, this position requires the candidate has a certified CMP (Certified Meeting Professional) designation. 

Primary Responsibilities Include: 
Manage all aspects of the event production process including contract negotiation. 
Work effective with internal teams to maximize brand building, marketing and the overall communications strategy for each event. 
Prepares and distributes an annual event calendar. 
Tracks budgets and actual costs throughout the project and communicates changes that affect the budget to the Director of Professional Development. 

MetroTex offers salary commensurate with experience as well as excellent full benefits. Please submit your resume and salary requirements to Roxie Glenn at roxieg@dfwre.com

Please click here for the complete job description: Job Description.

State Grassroots Coordinator - Raleigh, NC

Homeowners Alliance - North Carolina REALTORS®

The NC REALTORS® is seeking a State Grassroots Coordinator for the Homeowners Alliance, the grassroots and political campaign wing of NCR. The State Grassroots Coordinator can expect to provide professional service and expertise to the members of the Homeowners Alliance in the field of real estate-related governmental policy and current knowledge of legislative issues.

The position will provide fundamental grassroots campaign services such as educating and mobilizing members, representing the organization at public events, presenting policy platforms, and developing action plans to increase membership to the organization. The position will also contribute to policy development in support of the Governmental Affairs department of NCR. The ideal candidate will have three or more years’ experience, preferably in grassroots work, political campaign work, government affairs, or political event coordination. Organizational skills, ability to meet deadlines and work with limited supervision are a must. Dedication to supporting our members, problem resolution, and willingness to work with others as part of a team to achieve goals and objectives are key attributes of a successful candidate.

The position places heavy emphasis on excellent written and verbal communication skills. Prior experience with the NationBuilder database platform or a similar database is preferable. Some database management and mining experience is beneficial.

Salary is negotiable depending on qualifications and experience. This position will be maintained in the Raleigh office of NCR. Interested candidates should send cover letter, resumé, and writing sample to Mike Landes, NCR’s Political Operations Director, at mlandes@ncrealtors.org. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been found.

These are general descriptions of the Duties, Responsibilities and Qualifications required for positions.  Physical, mental, sensory or environmental demands may be referenced in an attempt to communicate the manner in which positions traditionally are performed.  Whenever necessary to provide individuals with disabilities an equal employment opportunity, NC REALTORS® will consider reasonable accommodations that might involve varying job requirements and/or changing the way this job is performed, provided that such accommodations do not pose an undue hardship. 

NC REALTORS® is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Chief Executive Officer - Englewood, FL 

Englewood Area Board of REALTORS®

Posted 6/12/2017 
 
The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for effective administration and management of the Englewood Area Board of REALTORS® (EABOR). The CEO positions the association based on envisioned real estate industry needs and member and customer needs, with added focus on developing visionary skills. The CEO recommends and participates in formulating the EABOR mission, goals, objectives and related policies. 

Read the full description and apply here: http://bit.ly/EABOR

Membership and Meetings Coordinator - Springfield, MA 

REALTOR® Association of Pioneer Valley

Posted 6/12/2017

Overview:
The REALTOR® Association of Pioneer Valley (RAPV) is a professional trade organization with more than 1,700 members in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts.  RAPV is one of 1,200 local chapters of the National Association of REALTORS®. RAPV covers 68 cities and towns in 3 counties; Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden.

Responsibilities:

  • Processes Membership Applications
  • Responsible for all Membership Records
  • NAR & MAR Membership Liaison
  • Membership meeting and events management including but not limited to:
        a. Trade Show
        b. Six (6) membership meetings
        c. Eight (8) to (12) twelve networking and charitable fundraising events
  • Maintain Member Benefit Program
  • Eblasts in coordination with the Marketing and Communications Director
  • Staff Liaison for 2 to 4 committees
  • Ensure committee activities match the goals of the Strategic Plan, committee priorities/expectations, and Management Plan as defined by the budget
  • RAMCO content management
  • Coordinate with MLS PIN the open house section of the website
  • Maintains member Benefits Program
  • Contact non-renewing members and non-members to encourage them to join.
  • Contact DR with non-members in their office and oversees compliance.
  • MAR and NAR grant writing
  • Member surveys
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of the MicroSoft suite of products
  • 4 year bachelors college degree
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Excellent communication skills<

Please apply here: http://bit.ly/MembershipRAPV

MLS/Member Services Specialist - Pasadena, CA

Pasadena-Foothills Association of REALTORS®

Job Summary:

Provide member service support to the Multiple Listing Service and Supra Keybox Information Management (KIM) System. Process new memberships and explain PFAR member benefits.

Typical Duties:

  • Administer the FlexMLS platform
  • Assist members with use of the MLS by answering questions and providing brief, hands-on training
  • Enter listings and changes into the MLS
  • Assign keys and keyboxes to members and provide training on their use
  • Prepare Broker Open House reports for the MLS Marketing Meetings
  • Answer questions pertaining to the MLS Rules and Regulations
  • Prepare relevant MLS and membership content to be posted on the PFAR website
  • Process member applications and all changes
  • Explain membership requirements to prospective members
  • Assist members with registering for classes and events

Knowledge/Skills:

  • Two-years of customer service experience required
  • Experience with a Multiple Listing Service as a REALTOR® Association or MLS staff specialist or as a REALTOR®, transaction coordinator, or assistant is desired, but not required
  • Tech-savvy with a willingness and ability to master to new programs
  • Desire and ability to work in a dynamic, team-setting
  • Excellent communications skills –on the phone, in person, and via email

PFAR was founded as the Pasadena Realty Board in 1907 and incorporated in 1922 with the purpose of promoting good fellowship and fair dealing within the industry. Over the years, our objectives have expanded to providing members with the tools, education and opportunities to succeed in life within the community. PFAR offers an excellent benefits package and is committed to fostering a fun, team-oriented work environment. Salary commensurate with experience.

Interested candidates should submit their resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to CEO, Carla Dane: carla@pfar.org

Communications Director - Helena, MT

Montana Association of REALTORS® 

Position Title:  Communications Director  
Reports to:  CEO  
About us:  MAR is the state’s largest trade organization. We promote and protect real estate and private property rights. We partner with other business organizations to advocate for pro-business policies. 
Job Summary:  The Communications Director plays a key role in communicating to our members and the public. The Communications Director develops and executes the communications plan for MAR and is responsible for day‐to‐day communications.  
Primary Responsibilities:  

  • Develop and execute an integrated and dynamic communications plan.
  • Strengthen awareness of the role REALTORS® play in the business environment of the State. 
  • Create a brand/marketing/public relations strategy to advance relationships with targeted, high‐ level external audiences, including the media, public officials and community leaders
  • Develop a plan to react to internal and external communications opportunities and threats. 

Operations: 

  • Produce various print and electronic publications and materials, including the Digest magazine, e‐ newsletters, other social and digital media, marketing, and others
  • Maintain website(s), blog, video series, and social and other media resources
  • Explore media opportunities. Prepare talking points, speeches, presentations, and other supporting materials
  • Maintain media contacts and engagement opportunities
  • Track media coverage and social media engagement
  • Track and maintain budget of department and Committee

Qualifications:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Communications or related field or 5+ years’ experience is preferred
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills are required.Experience with Microsoft Office Suite and Google Documents is required
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite is preferred
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Some in-state and national travel and overnight stays away from home

Benefits:
This position is salaried, commensurate with experience, the range is $33,000 - $46,000.
Benefits includes health care (health, vision, & dental), PTO, and a 401(k) retirement plan. 
To Apply:  Email cover letter and resume to taylor@montanarealtors.org
Position is open until filled. 

Accountant - Las Vegas, NV 

Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS®

Accountant with not-for-profit experience, CPA preferred, 10+ years’ experience, accounting degree, GAAP. Experience in Great Plains, consolidated statements. 

Responsible for reconciling +/- 200 balance sheet accounts monthly, bank reconciliations, preparing accrued income and expense entries for posting. Prepares/reviews monthly financial statements and management reports for presentation to Finance, Board of Directors. Target five work-day closing after the EOM. Plan, coordinate, maintain annual budget in Great Plains. Arrange annual independent reviews/audits of the Association’s financial operations and tax return. Participate on Investment Committee. Financial analysis of programs and contracts. Develop and maintain appropriate and adequate internal controls. Salary DOE. 

Contact: gjohnson@glvar.org.

Chief Executive Officer - Antioch, CA

Delta Association of REALTORS®

Posted 5/18/2017

“Members Success” is the motto for the Delta Association of REALTORS. The Delta Association is seeking a new leader who will effectively manage 3 staff, the REALTOR® Association, the Service Center, Association Charitable Foundation and to continue the existing culture of “Member Success”.

The Association is very sound financially, is housed in a great facility which includes a REALTOR® store, two board rooms, rental room(s) and education facilities. The new CEO must work effectively with various Committees to implement the Delta Strategic Plan and continue the programs and services that are beneficial to members, committees, specialty groups and everyday members.

Proven analytical and negotiation skills are needed to negotiate vendor agreements, staff and member needs including the supervision of multiple committees. Knowledge of the various industry tech tools and recommendations for improvements are essential for this ever-changing industry. The CEO is required to attend Brokers Tours, Office meetings and continue to do outreach to both members and community organizations. Travel to national, state, and regional meetings is required in order to keep abreast of industry trends and enable the Association to be proactive in addressing issues.

The CEO has responsibility for planning the base agenda for all Board of Directors’ meetings, including coordinating presenters. Additionally, providing the Board with guidance on issues relating to policy and past Board decisions is a must. Minimum 3 years Association management or similar experience required. College degree preferred. MLS knowledge is a plus.

Excellent oral and written communication skills needed to collaborate with our volunteers and staff. Excellent compensation provided. Salary is commensurate with skills and experience.


For more information or to apply, contact ceo@deltaaor.com

Government Affairs Director – St. Louis, MO

Saint Louis Association of REALTORS®

Posted 5/15/2017

Oversees local government affairs developments that affect members and private-property owners. Manages lobbying activity on behalf of the association, develops and maintains effective relationships with elected officials, and has 1-2 direct reports. Works with association committees. Drafts model legislation (along with general counsel). Negotiates with lawmakers.

Strong communication and organizational skills required. Previous lobbying and REALTOR® association experience preferred. Knowledge of REALTOR® Party programs and RPAC fundraising a plus.

St. Louis is a dynamic, challenging advocacy environment with approximately 90 municipalities and a separate county government.

Competitive salary and strong benefits package, plus relocation assistance for the right candidate.

Send resume and cover letter to John Gormley, CEO, at:jgormley@stlrealtors.com.

Chief Executive Officer - Casper, WY

Wyoming Association of REALTORS®

Posted 5/8/2017

This position serves as the chief executive officer of the Wyoming Association of REALTORS®, employed by the State Board of Directors and responsible to the Executive committee. The CEO is responsible for conducting the business operations of the State Association with parameters set by the State Board of Directors. Additionally, the CEO serves as Association Executive and is responsible for conducting the business operations of 6 local board associations. The CEO position includes the supervision of 2-3 support staff, travel as required and other duties as outlined in the full job description.

Qualification

A qualified individual would possess excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to think and speak well under pressure on behalf of the Association. Proficiency in all Microsoft applications, social media, and website maintenance. Demonstrate strong business organization, accounting principles, and management skills. Willingness to serve on site with daily work attendance in Casper office. Realtor association experience preferred.

Pay Package & Facilities

The organization offers a professional environment located in Casper, WY. Salary starting at $65,000 per year commensurate with experience plus paid vacation, health insurance, 401K, and paid holidays. For a complete job description, please submit your request to Lisa.advantagerealestate@gmail.com Candidates meeting the above requirements may submit their resumes by June 8, 2017 to Lisa Moehrke, 306 S. 2nd Street, Laramie, WY 82070 or by email: lisa.advantagerealestate@gmail.com

Association Executive - Cashiers, NC

Highlands-Cashiers Board of REALTORS®

Posted 5/8/2017

Overall Qualifications: Fast learner, strong organization and coordination skills, technical writing experience, research and development skills, ability to work independently, personal initiative, proficient with Microsoft Office, Quickbooks and general computer/program skills, excellent communication skills (both written and oral), strong management and interpersonal skills. AE and/or real estate experience a plus

Summary: The AE reports to the Board of Directors and assumes most of the responsibilities related to the effective running and growth of the Association and MLS’s 300-members.

Location: Cashiers, NC

Pay Range: $45,000-60,000

Contact: aeapplicationhcbor@gmail.com

Chief Executive Officer - Bemidji, MN 

Northwest Minnesota Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 5/2/17

Overall Qualifications: Fast learner, strong organization and coordination skills, technical writing experience, research and development skills, ability to work independently, personal initiative, proficient with Microsoft Office and general computer/program skills, excellent communication skills (both written and oral), strong management and interpersonal skills. 

Summary: The CEO reports to the Board of Directors and assumes most of the responsibilities related to the effective running and growth of the Association and MLS’s 200-members. 

Location: Bemidji, MN 

Pay Range: $36,000-$42,000 

Contact: nwmar@paulbunyan.net

Director of Education and Professional Development - Leawood, KS

Kansas City Regional Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 5/2/17

The Kansas City Regional Association of REALTORS® located in suburban Kansas City is seeking a Director of Education and Professional Development. The Association, and its wholly owned subsidiary Heartland MLS, serves over 9,000 members throughout a 15 county area in Kansas and Missouri.

The Director will be responsible for implementing progressive on-site and off-site educational programs, including identifying new technologies to deliver quality educational programming to KCRAR Members remotely and to satellite locations. The Director has overall management responsibility for the Education Department and supervisory responsibilities.

Background requirements include three to five years related experience in the creation or management of educational curriculum or resources for a trade association, institution of higher learning or within the real estate industry. A bachelor’s degree and experience in a REALTOR® association along with the an RCE designation preferred but not required.

Skills required include: ability to deliver superior customer service, excellent written and verbal communication skills, experience instructing professional classes, technical use of computer based systems and software, ability to initiate and successfully implement new programs, ability to manage contractual agreements, ability to provide assistance and guidance to Members with questions, ability to work in a team environment, and attention to detail.

Benefits include health and dental plan, life and disability insurance, and a 401(k) plan with a generous annual contribution.

Please forward your resume to Perry Crume at perryc@kcrar.com.

MLS Support Coordinator - Bend, OR 

Central Oregon Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 5/1/17 
  
The Central Oregon Association of REALTORS® located in the mountain community of Bend, Oregon is actively seeking an MLS Support Coordinator to assist in supporting the association and MLS in their technology and MLS support needs for approximately 2,000 members. This position will: 
  
· Staff the MLS Executive Committee 
· Oversee MLS Rules Regulation Implementation Based on Committee Approvals 
· Responsible for Implementation for Association/MLS Vendors and Vendor Maintenance 
· Provide Superior MLS Support for our Members 
· Membership database maintenance 
· Statistical and Trends Reporting for Association/MLS 
· Field Requests for Changes to the MLS System from Members 
· Oversee Forms Changes and Mirror those Changes in the MLS System 
· Provide Superior MLS Support for other MLS Technology Benefits (classroom, online and one-on-one) 
· Manage IDX/RETS programming 
· Audit MLS Data against MLS Rules and Regulations 
· Serve as a Trainer on the MLS system and all COAR Technology Benefits 
· Train Staff on MLS Systems and Changes throughout the Year 
· Assist in Identifying and Correcting Data issues between AMS, MLS and Lockbox Key Systems 
· Assist in graphic design and videography programming 
  
This position will heavily involve customer and staff support in person and on the phone. Applicant should demonstrate patience and an ability to help members and staff navigate issues within the MLS system. This person should demonstrate an ability to understand how different databases work and talk to each other. Applicant must be able to manage multiple programs, projects and deadlines simultaneously, provide superior customer service and demonstrate great communication skills. Applicant should have previous MLS experience. 
  
The Central Oregon Association of REALTORS® & MLS of Central Oregon provides a competitive benefits package. If you are interested, please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirement via email to casie@coar.com. Salary is commensurate with experience. Some travel may be required.

Education Manager - Salem, OR 

Oregon Association of REALTORS® 

Posted 4/27/17

I.  PRIMARY PURPOSE:

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.

II. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

EDUCATION:

  • 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.

III. MANDATORY JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 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: jcollins@oregonrealtors.org.

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.

Contact: 
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
Email: zrsulayman@pfeiffercompany.comlp@pfeiffercompany.com

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.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

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

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

EOE/M-F/ADA

To view the full job description, please click here. 

To submit a resume, please email laura@ccarsc.org

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: 
gregg.larson@clareity.com 
matt.cohen@clareity.com 

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: ceo@kansasrealtor.com 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
emccarthy@mccarthyallenlaw.com
GGAR is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Government Affairs Director - Bozeman, MT

Gallatin Association of REALTORS®

Posted 4/4/17

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS DIRECTOR

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.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

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

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

EOE/M-F/ADA

  For a complete job description email steve@gallatinrealtors.com

  To apply, send resume and salary requirements to: steve@gallatinrealtors.com

Chief Executive Officer - Ann Arbor, MI

Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS®

Posted 3/31/17

Summary:
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.

Location:
Ann Arbor, MI

Pay Range:
$90,000 – $130,000

View the full job description.