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Now Hiring Chapter Support

National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is currently hiring.  Below are 4 contracted position available.  All positions are part time ranging from 5 to 20 hours per week.  Qualified applicants may apply for multiple positions.  Compensation varies on skills and experience with a range from $15 to $20 per hour.  

 

Please apply at NAWBO Jobs and forward your resume to nawboslcjobs@gmail.com


 

NAWBO Job Descriptions

 

There are 4 contracted positions that assist the NAWBO SLC Chapter Board of Directors. The four positions are as follows:

 

  • Chapter Administrator

  • Marketing Manager

  • Accounting Manager

  • Events Manager

 

Each of these roles were designed to support the Board of Directors in executing the mission and vision of the NAWBO Salt Lake City Chapter. All positions will report directly to the NAWBO Board of Directors. Positions may require coordination with the Chapter Administrator, committee members, or other contracted positions.

 

An overview of each position are as follows:

 

Chapter Administrator

The primary job of the Chapter Administrator is to organize, maintain and execute all logistic and administrative operations. The Chapter Administrator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the local chapter. Additionally, the Chapter Administrator is an acting representative of the organization. As a representative of the organization, the Administrator should have a strong knowledge of the local and national: website, membership options, benefits and a basic knowledge of the history of the organization. The Chapter Admin should also have a clear understanding of the chapter mission, vision, and its bylaws.  The Chapter Administrator should be outgoing, organized, display excellent communication skills, have the ability to work both independently and in a team environment.

These tasks may change as programs, systems or policies change; or per instructions from the Chapter President.

 

  • Manage chapter email, phone line, voicemail, and post office box accounts

  • Participate, record notes, and prepare agendas for meetings and calls conducted by the board

  • Communicate with teams within the organization to ensure that logistics are managed for all meetings, events, accounting, and outbound communication

  • Manage internal accounts and subscriptions used by the organization

  • Manage annual licensing for the organization and coordinate with the accounting team for annual tax filings

  • Stay abreast of NAWBO National updates, communication, education, and policy changes

  • Manage the organization storage unit and inventory

  • Manage the membership accounts and be able to provide answers to those inquiring about becoming a member

  • Be an ambassador for the organization and the Salt Lake City Chapter



 

Marketing Manager

The primary role of the Marketing Manager is to create, manage, and execute the outbound marketing distributed by the NAWBO Salt Lake City Chapter. The Marketing Manager will be responsible for creating content that that is engaging and conveys the chapter’s mission, vision, and its bylaws. The MM will manage all social media accounts, email marketing account, ad creation, and promote chapter events. The Marketing Manager should be organized, have good communication skills, the ability to work independently, and work well in a team environment. These tasks may change as programs, systems or policies change; or per instructions from the Chapter President.

 

  • Content Creation

  • Social media distribution

  • Email Marketing

  • Graphic design

  • Ad Creation


 

Event Manager

The primary role of the Event Manager is to coordinate and manage events hosted by the NAWBO Salt Lake City Chapter. The Event Manager will oversee the planning of events in coordination with the Event Committees, NAWBO Board of Directors, and Chapter Administrator. The Event Manager should be outgoing, organized, manage well under stress, have good communication skills, and work well in a team environment. The Event Manager should be able to assist in developing an event budget, be a liaison to outside vendors, create an event agenda, delegate, coordinate volunteer teams, order catering, and manage event registration and guest details. The Event Manager should also have a clear understanding of the chapter mission, vision, and its bylaws. These tasks may change as programs, systems or policies change; or per instructions from the Chapter President.

 

  • Event planning

  • Ticket creation including affiliate links, promotion code creation

  • Registration management

  • Catering management

  • Guest management

  • Sponsor and Vendor liaison

  • Agenda creation

  • Budget management

  • Event day coordination




 

Accounting Manager

The primary role of the Accounting Manager is to manage the financial dealings for the NAWBO Salt Lake Chapter. The Accounting Manager will work closely with the Finance Trustee and Chapter Administrator to ensure all accounts are properly reconciled and managed. This Accounting Manager should display a high level of integrity, organization, communication, and the ability to work independently as well as in a team setting. The Accounting Manager should also have a clear understanding of the chapter mission, vision, and its bylaws. These tasks may change as programs, systems or policies change; or per instructions from the Chapter President.

 

  • Strong knowledge of quickbooks online

  • Able to generate and analyze reports such as P&L, balance sheet, and budgets

  • Reconcile accounts monthly and annually

  • Assist in chapter budget creation if needed

  • Be abreast of non-profit organization financial guidelines including sponsorship and in-kind donations

  • Assist with or coordinate annual tax preparation and filing