Nonprofit Association seeks a Membership and Credentials Associate. Responsibilities include supervision of customer services, management of database (knowledge of iMIS a plus), renewal and recruitment, online social media and print programs, volunteer coordination, standards development and credentials review, generation and analysis of reports, budget development and financial monitoring of programs. Staff liaison to Certification Board, Membership, Fellowship and Nominating Committees, Affiliate Societies and Special Interest Groups.
Experience requirements: 3-5 years Association and/or Nonprofit Management, Master’s degree in not for profits or public administration a plus, ability to handle multiple deadline-driven tasks as well as strong written and oral skills. This is a self-contained position.
Email resume and cover letter to: email@example.com and in the subject line indicate Membership and Credentials Associate.
About American Group Psychotherapy Association
The American Group Psychotherapy Association is the foremost professional association dedicated to the field of group psychotherapy, operating through a tri-partite structure: AGPA, a professional and educational organization; the Group Foundation for Advancing Mental Health, its philanthropic arm; and the International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists, a standard setting and certifying body. This multidisciplinary association has approximately 2,000 members, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, clinical mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, pastoral counselors, occupational therapists and creative arts therapists, many of whom have been recognized as specialists through the Certified Group Psychotherapist credential. The association has 26 local and regional societies located across the country. Its members are experienced mental health professionals who lead psychotherapy groups and various non-clinical groups. Many are organizational specialists who work with businesses, not-for-profit organizations, communities and other "natural" groups to help them improve their functioning.