The general responsibilities of the Director of Membership Development are: manage all aspects of membership recruitment; develop productive working relationships with members and volunteers; and ensure success of membership related events.
The Operations Manager position entails a variety of duties pertaining to (a) Business Management & Financial Recordkeeping Duties, (b) Executive Assistant Duties, and (c) Support for Chamber Projects.
This position entails a variety of duties pertaining to the planning and implementation of major events put on by the Chamber, including but not limited to: Annual National Shrimp Festival; Golf Tournament for Education; Restaurant Challenge; Coastal Christmas Events; and Island Spirit Award Program.
The Vice President of Membership Development & Investor Relations is: Responsible for acquisition and retention of chamber members and developing and enhancing relationships with existing investors. Most of the duties in this position directly relate to the successful accomplishment of this objective. This individual is also the second-in-command to the President on membership-related matters and serves as the President's direct representative to the membership on all membership and investor-related affairs. This person is also the President's chief advisor on all matters pertaining to membership and investors.
The President & CEO is the chief administrative executive ultimately responsible for the total operations of the organization. Serves as the primary staff point of contact for the officers, Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and members. Formulates, plans, organizes, and administers objectives and policies for achievement of major area goals. Responsible for the complete operation of the organization as it involves program and staff.
The Vice President of Business Development is responsible for: the Development and implementation of Advantage Coastal Alabama programs. While this five-year plan has been developed through a 10-month consensus-building initiative, the Director of Business Development will be in a unique position to actually build the programs from the ground-up. He or she will be working under the close supervision and direction from the Chamber President and will be responsible for both new and existing business development programs.
The Chief Executive officer is ultimately responsible for the total operations of the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce. The CEO serves as the primary staff point of contact for the officers, executive committee, board of directors, and elected officials.
This position description outlines the key duties of the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber's Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant will: serve as first point of contact for visitors, Chamber members and general public. Provide general Chamber and area information, announce appointments to appropriate staff member and ensure all are greeting in a professional manner. Ensure office area is clean, neat and attractive at all times, including retail merchandise and chamber member business information area.
This position entails a variety of duties pertaining to the development, planning, and successful deployment of major events put on by the Chamber.
The President & Chief Executive Officer ("CEO") serves as the chief executive officer reporting through the Executive Committee to the Board of Directors. In fulfillment of this leadership role, the President executes the policies established by the Board providing a vision for Chamber growth and success and directing the development and allocation of programs and resources in support of the Chamber mission. The CEO provides overall leadership to the staff and volunteers in executing the Chamber's mission and is responsible for the effective management of the Chamber including program design and service delivery, human resource management, financial management and reporting, marketing and public relations, membership development and fundraising.