AMC/Account Executive, Development and Foundation, Executive Director/CEO
4 Year Degree
The Michigan Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) and the Michigan Animal Health Foundation (MAHF), with the support of Association Options, is recruiting and evaluating candidates for the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
MVMA is led by a dynamic, forward-thinking, and dedicated group of volunteer leaders who value the contributions of the MVMA staff. As such, the leadership is seeking a dynamic, experienced association executive who can bring a fresh perspective, innovative leadership, and a wealth of association management best practices to this already successful organization. This is an incredible opportunity to work with a professional, caring and dedicated volunteer leadership group that truly values the contributions of the MVMA professional staff team as a partner in the success of the organization.
The ideal candidate for this position will be an effective, adaptable and visionary leader able to understand and address the varying needs of MVMA’s diverse membership.
Please view the complete job description, requirements, and profile at https://michvma.org/ceosearch.
Send one PDF including cover letter, resume and salary requirements to the search firm, c/o Stacey Barnes at Recruitment@AssociationOptions.com.
Additional Salary Information: Salary flexible and commensurate with experience and qualifications. Competitive benefits including FULL coverage of policy premium for a premier healthcare plan for employee and family, $2,500 medical reimbursement plan, equivalent of 15% of salary contribution to SEP plan of choice, and cell phone allowance
About Michigan Veterinary Medical Association
The Michigan Veterinary Medical Association has advanced the standard of veterinary care statewide since 1883. MVMA monitors state legislation and regulations that pertain to veterinary medicine, produces programs to educate the public about veterinary medicine and animal health care, and keeps members current on state veterinary issues. The association also provides continuing education for veterinarians and related professionals. It serves as a resource for information on the practice of veterinary medicine to both members and the public, including assistance with referrals.