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Telecommuting is allowed.
Small, woman-owned company in Herndon is seeking an energetic, team-oriented professional to provide management services for two nonprofit clients. This position demands excellent customer service skills and a high level of organization and may require international or domestic travel once or twice a year.
The Nonprofit Account Manager functionally oversees and coordinates overall nonprofit/association client activities to ensure efficient operations within each organization's scope and budget, and compliance with all bylaws and governing documents. This includes staying abreast of industry trends and adopting future-focused thinking to ensure the ongoing health of each organization, all while being knowledgeable and active on day-to-day projects and initiatives.
Association Management Responsibilities:
Provide strategic guidance and consultation to Presidents and Executive Officers in support of board and association strategic initiatives
Serve as main point of contact for BOD, chapter, and committee leaders
Host and support board meetings (to include agenda planning meetings with officers, producing monthly meeting agenda, supporting documents, and writing or reviewing minutes)
Review financials and monitor adherence to overall association budgets as well as those for subcommittees and chapters
Oversee annual financial review and tax return preparation by an outside accounting firm
Assure that associations have proper governing and legal documents
Review and/or develop operational guidance documents with support staff
Ensure all necessary filings are submitted timely (registered agent filing, incorporation filings, 990, etc.)
Oversee membership and website department operations
Review monthly newsletters and content
Oversee general and chapter elections with support staff
Assist with agendas and oversee logistics for association meetings and conferences (annual BOD meetings, annual general members meetings, awards programs, and special programs)
Review, monitor, and update each organization’s annual board planning calendar
Review, monitor, and update monthly and annual tasks for each organization