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Seattle King County REALTORS is seeking a Marketing & Communications Manager. Responsibility: Manage a comprehensive and effective member communications program, in coordination with all department Directors to promote Association services and activies. Communications include both print and electronic.
Washington Council of Police & Sheriffs - Executive Director: The successful candidate will lead an association with an excellent reputation in the state legislature and governor’s office with a strong track record of improving benefits for law enforcement professionals for the past 55 years.
However, WACOPS faces challenges today that are similar to challenges faced by many membership associations; for example, garnering the attention and involvement of its members, especially younger members who communicate predominantly via social media, and especially when members’ have such a broad range of interest choices. In addition, WACOPS typically communicates primarily with its member guilds, causing a gap in communication with individual guild members who are vital to the long term success of WACOPS’ long term plans.
The Executive Director (ED) will focus on the following strategic priorities for the first 18-24 months of his/her tenure:
Breakthrough communications: Partner with local police guilds to develop and implement a strategy to be able to effectively reach individual members and explain the benefits of WACOPS involvement to individual members across the state.
Revitalize WACOPS’ value proposition: Gather membership input and perspective on current service offerings and legislative agenda, and perform analysis to identify areas for potential changes in services and/or focus provided. Convey revitalized value proposition to membership through a wide variety of communication channels, including in-person meetings across state, social media, print communications and other creative strategies.
Focused legislative advocacy: Build on WACOPS’ long track record of success by utilizing data gleaned from members to establish future legislative goals, while simultaneously supporting law enforcement interests in response to external pressures. Advocate for better working conditions for law enforcement officers. Balance historical focus areas of employee benefits such as disability coverage and retirement plans with any new/additional issues and potential benefits programs identified by the membership.
Enhance training opportunities: Provide topics based on member input to supplement existing training agenda. Find ways to reach greater numbers of members by making trainings more accessible, to grow participation, and tangibly demonstrate WACOPS’ strong value proposition as an outcome.
Develop future leadership and improve governance and management systems: Through the outreach efforts noted above, identify potential future leaders and engage them in WACOPS’ legislative advocacy and training efforts, thereby grooming the next generation of WACOPS board members. Streamline the board committee structure and facilitate efficient meeting agendas to utilize members’ time as efficiently as possible.
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Events Coordinator 2 - Join the team leading the Pacific Northwest in large and small event management. WSU Conference Management seeks to fill an Events Coordinator 2 position, which will work from the Puyallup office located within 30 miles of Seattle, WA. Holding offices in Puyallup, WA and Pullman, WA, WSU Conference Management leads the region in event management, partnering with federal and state agencies, non-profits, and university colleagues to deliver exceptional event experiences for clients and attendees. The Events Coordinator 2 is responsible for working with Conference Managers in developing, organizing and executing a wide array of conferences and professional education programs. Responsibilities include but are not limited to support and participate in delivering diverse activities such as event planning, public relations, financial tracking, contract execution, and marketing. Salary commensurate with experience. Qualifications as well as application instructions can be found at www.wsujobs.com Competitive Benefits available, more details here: hrs.wsu.edu/Benefits WSU is an EO/AA educator/employer.
Executive Director / Association Management Services - The Seattle & Sound Chapter of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) is conducting a search for an association management and support services company or professionals teamed up to provide high quality local services to our organization of over 230 members. This work will support CREW Seattle & Sounds mission to promote and advance business, networking, and leadership, for the success of women in commercial real estate. In the attached RFP documents, we want respondents to consider and recommend any solution, which will deliver our management needs in the highest professional manner and dedication to serving our members and community. We look forward to reading the responses and please reach out to the contacts noted within the RFP for any questions or comments you may have.
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