Under the supervision of the director of member engagement this position carries out duties to support ATSSA’s chapters; assumes responsibilities for projects and special assignments; plans and directs chapter-specific projects and coordinates work as necessary with administrative staff; conducts activities in support of ATSSA’s recruitment and retention goals; serves as committee liaison and serves in various staff roles and ATSSA’s Annual Convention and Traffic EXPO and Midyear meetings. Additionally, the associate director may represent ATSSA members on various committees and at roadway safety events and forums as needed.
· Achieves objectives relating to chapters as set forth in the ATSSA strategic and operational work plans;
· Determines chapter needs and develops technical programs to assist chapters in assigned states.
· Meets member expectations as chapter liaison by scheduling and managing chapter meeting logistics; attending meetings and conducting successful presentations; and achieving member survey scores goals.
· Meets member visit and prospect goals; accurately tracks data and ensures recruitment and retention goals are met.
· Serves as liaison to committees as assigned; staffs internal and external committees; ensures success of assigned committees.
· Initiates and implements membership data integrity and analysis projects.
· Attends industry meetings and functions to promote ATSSA (membership, training courses, etc.) and speaks on behalf of ATSSA in group settings.
· Leads department projects and initiatives as directed; contributes to stand alone projects and initiatives as requested.
· Receives and responds to chapter and membership related inquiries; responds to and routes additional ATSSA inquiries as appropriate.
· Other duties as assigned.
Education & Experience – A bachelor’s degree and six or more years of association membership experience, particularly in developing membership data reports analyzing member data. Substantial relevant experience may be substituted for a degree; member support experience; sales experience.
Skills and Knowledge – Well organized; detail-oriented; able to work independently and as part of a team; able to adapt to changing priorities under pressure; computer literate with a strong focus on MS Office including PowerPoint; strong oral, written, and interpersonal skills; the ability to analyze data to impact change; strong presentation and networking skills.
Preferred Skills- Infrastructure safety experience and sales experience are strongly preferred.
The American Traffic Safety Services Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, arrest record, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.
About American Traffic Safety Services Association
The American Traffic Safety Services Association, an international trade association, is located in Fredericksburg, Va. Since 1969, ATSSA has represented companies and individuals in the traffic control and roadway safety industry. Over 1,600 ATSSA members provide the majority of features, services and devices used to make our nation's roadways safer. These include pavement markings, road signs, work zone traffic control devices, guardrail, and other roadside safety features.