Looking for a great opportunity to build a powerful professional network? Work with Fortune 500 companies and national/international trade associations. Travel. Network. Help our membership grow while you build your own career. Be an integral part of a highly motivated small team.
• Serve as the main point of contact for our members.
• Serve as primary staff liaison to Board of Directors and Member Services committee.
• Recruit prospective members. Manage all aspects of the association’s member recruitment, including travel to conferences, attendance at events, coordinating calls, meetings, lunches with prospective members
• On-board new members.
• Take our member services to the next level.
The ideal candidate should have excellent interpersonal skills and be a self-starter with strong initiative who can work both with minimal supervision as well as under pressure. A minimum of two years' working experience (preferably for an association, and with some membership experience) is required. An interest in and understanding of the political system is a plus. Professional demeanor, exceptional writing and organizational skills are desired. Ability to travel as needed.
Bachelor's degree and computer skills are also required.
Include salary requirements with your application.
Additional Salary Information: opportunity for year-end bonuses: performance based
free parking or metro stipend
generous 401k match
About State Government Affairs Council
The State Government Affairs Council (SGAC) is the premier national association for multi-state government affairs professionals of 200 major US corporations, trade associations and service providers.
SGAC's key strategies are to:
Conduct educational activities that benefit members of the Council, legislative and public policy organizations and their members;
Strengthen interaction and understanding between and among SGAC members and state government officials; and
Champion professional and ethical standards in government relations.
SGAC as an organization does not take positions on matters of public policy, but through its members seeks to enhance policy-makers' knowledge of various business perspectives.