Benefits include health, dental, vision and life insurance; short and long-term disability. Matching IRA contribution.
The Executive Director of TSPS shall provide management and administrative services to support the business and membership of TSPS and provide direction for the staff and contractors. The position requires a hands-on, detail oriented, multi-tasking professional.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Strategic and Governance: Support and assist the President, officers and directors Recommend new ideas for growth and enrichment of the organization Work with Board of Directors on governance issues Develop and maintain valuable external relationships Familiarity with Association law
Management: Prepare annual budget Compile information for monthly financial reports Oversee financial investment program Ensure that required remittances, payables and receivables are current and documented Monitor association activities for budgetary impact Lead and direct professional staff Manage personnel matters including insurance, taxes, pension plans, employee discipline and performance appraisal
Event Planning: Negotiate contracts with hotels and other necessary vendors Work with convention committee to plan educational sessions and secure program speakers Manage exhibit sales Oversee onsite logistics Work with multiple service providers Arrange special events—dinners, keynotes, galas, golf, etc. Manage sponsorship program Manage event budgets
Marketing and promotion: Chapter outreach to communicate updates from the state headquarters office Promote TSPS through committees, membership, agency relations, liaison relationships and legislation Process annual dues renewals and manage membership records Coordinate with committee chairs on programs both internal and external Direct communication with members
Computer skills: Proficiency in Microsoft office, QuickBooks software Experience with the various social media platforms Knowledge of YourMembership AMS or similar AMS a plus
Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in business;
Registered lobbyist preferred but not required;
Five to ten years’ experience in nonprofit association management-professional or trade;
Self-motivated with ability to work independently and adapt to a dynamic environment;
Personal qualities that include positive leadership, excellent oral and written communication skills, proficiency with computers and social media;
Ability to effectively work with an annually changing and diverse volunteer leadership;
Knowledge of legislative process and ability to support legislative team and communicate with members on issues of concern;
Demonstrated success with staff management, financial growth, and operational activities; and
Ability to translate strategic initiatives into operational projects and lead staff to successful completion.
Resumes with salary requirement must be submitted by January 21, 2022.
The Texas Society of Professional Surveyors (founded 1951), with a membership of more than 1,500 registered surveyors, surveyors-in-training, students and associates, seeks to educate, inform and protect the members through the programs and benefits offered.