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Marketing and Membership Coordinator – Part-Time
We are looking for an enthusiastic marketing and membership coordinator to join our nonprofit and provide creative ideas to help achieve our goals. The position requires administrative duties in developing and implementing marketing and event strategies as well as membership coordination. The marketing and membership coordinator works directly with the executive director, members of her team and the IFOB members.
As a marketing and membership coordinator, you will collaborate with our team in all stages of marketing campaigns, events and onboarding new members and maintaining current relationships. Your insightful contribution will help develop, expand and maintain our marketing and membership channels and increase attendance at our programs and membership.
You will supervise new member recruitment, help ensure existing members are satisfied, and address members' concerns to make sure their experience as members is profitable to all interested parties. The membership coordinator works to organize membership expansion through means such as advertising and recruitment drives in coordination with the membership committee and board. You also meet with existing members to help maintain their satisfaction with the organization. Additionally, you are often responsible for maintaining paperwork, finances, and other duties relevant to marketing and membership development and retention.
Acting as a liaison between potential/existing members and the organization, the membership coordinator must be a highly organized individual with excellent communications skills. You should possess the creativity and analytical talent to effectively coordinate membership drives, marketing campaigns as well as good organizational skills and attention to details.
The coordinator should be prepared to enter a fast paced work environment working remotely with a regular check in with the executive director at a mutually agreed upon location and time in the greater Portland, Maine area. The position also requires that the coordinator attend various IFOB events, committee meetings and programs. Duties may also require you to travel in direct support of recruitment drives and/or to meet with members and vendors.
Scope of Work
The position requires up to 32.5 hours a week working remotely and driving to meetings as needed.
Email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, August 31, 2018.
Catherine Wygant Fossett
Institute for Family-Owned Business
P.O. Box 3364
Portland, ME 04104