The Marketing & Communications Director is responsible for all aspects of communications for the organization including brand management, marketing, public relations, advertising, and social media. Provides support for all communication channels including website, newsletter, blog, and social media, as well as graphic design. This sample was provided as part of the 2018 Chamber of the Year application.
The Meeting and Convention Sales Manager develops and generates qualified leads for lead subscriber members to accomplish the mission of increasing group business in the Myrtle Beach area.
The Director of Group Sales coordinates and directs the sales and services activities of the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The President & CEO is the chief executive officer and administrative officer for the Chamber. He/she is expected to provide visionary leadership for the Chamber and the Bedford business community and is responsible to the Board of Directors for the full range of activities needed to ensure the Chamber's success.
The KC Rising Program Manager is a member of the Civic Council's senior management team and is responsible for coordinating the various project managers, strategic partners, stakeholders and volunteers who are engaged in KC Rising and its initiatives.
The objective of the Investor Development Manager (IDM) is to acquire new investors, when appropriate, to sell Greenville Chamber of Commerce (GCC) sponsorships to new investors at the point of sale. This job description details compensation and commission.
The vice president of communications is an integral member of the senior leadership team responsible for directing the Chamber & EDC's communications, marketing and public relations strategies and practices. The communications vice president will manage a comprehensive communication program and collaborate with community partners to raise Colorado Springs' profile with local, regional and national stakeholders and audiences.
Outlines the responsibilities of the NextGEN Leadership Team. The Leadership Team consists of two co-chairs and two leaders for each of the four Action Teams (Connect, Grow, Inspire, Learn).
The Programs Director for Chattanooga 2.0 is responsible for coordinating with a variety of highly skilled multidisciplinary work teams to address issues or problems encountered during implementation of Chatt 2.0, including helping create agendas for work team meetings or meetings of implementation leads for the various programs. See also 2017 Chamber of the Year Synopsis #1, Chattanooga 2.0.
The Education Vice President's primary responsibility is to work with the Chamber, school board officials, principals, teachers, and collegiate administrators to define needs of local schools and design programs to effectively address concerns at all levels of education. This sample was provided as part of the 2017 Chamber of the Year application.