Office Manager

Office manager position with room for advancement into an executive position in a Not for Profit Trade organization. Office manager will report to a board of directors and needs to ensure that the Board of Directors and executive committee are fully informed of the association conditions and all important factors influencing them. They must attend all meetings of the board of directors and executive committee. Plan, formulate and recommend for approval of the Board of Directors, basic policies and programs that will further Association objectives. Develop specific administrative policies, procedures and programs to implement the general policies of the Board of Directors. Establish a sound organizational structure for the Association office. Direct and coordinate all approved staff programs, projects and major activities. Person with great attitude and ability to advance the association will thrive in the position.
Have extensive knowledge of the Association By-laws and governing documents
Run day to day business of the Association
Grow membership and provide excellent service to members
Stay up to date and communicate with state and national levels of trade organization
Maintain Accounts payable and receivable as well as financial reports using Quickbooks
Carry out other general responsibilities as officers and directors may deem necessary. Act as supervisor/manager for tenants in building
Communicate with members via newsletters and social media
Continued education and seminar attendance is required
Skills Required:
Must have extensive experience with Quickbooks
Excellent phone and customer service manor
Windows 7 and Microsoft office 2010 suite experience
Strong communication skills both spoken and written
Strong organizational skills
Must be a self-starter

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