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Marketing Coordinator (Orlando, FL)

Friday, July 8, 2022 1:45 PM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - CENTRAL FLORIDA CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Marketing Coordinator
Location:             Orlando, FL 
Reports to: Vice President & Chief Operating Officer  
Status: Non-exempt full-time

 

Contact Vice President & COO Nancy Wray with your resume and letter of interest: – [email protected]

Purpose

The Marketing Coordinator is responsible for implementing the marketing and communications strategies and efforts aimed at generating association awareness to achieve membership goals and increase membership engagement. The Marketing Coordinator will work to build brand awareness, build content, and create marketing materials associated with the association’s programs and events calendars. Responsible for holding brand standards so that materials are cohesive and consistent across Marketing channels including but not limited to ads, events, email, web and social. The Marketing Coordinator will also closely collaborate with team members when planning and executing marketing campaigns.

The coordinator will work with the President & CEO on public relations efforts, including content development, media, and community outreach, promoting events and happenings, and thoughtfully position CF ABC as a leader in the construction industry through advocacy, education, customer/supplier connections, and the premier resource for tools that give construction companies a competitive edge. The role requires exceptional professionalism and interpersonal skills in working with current and prospective members, boards and committees, vendors, suppliers, the public, and community partners and officials. The Marketing Coordinator demonstrates excellence in communication, priority management, and keen attention to detail.

This position works closely with all levels of the association and the VP/COO to budget, plan, prepare, and execute communication & marketing strategies and innovations. The individual in this position demonstrates values-based leadership by building on his or her strengths and the strengths of staff and volunteers to ensure all elements necessary to effectively market and communicate the association’s value to its members and the Central Florida region at large.

As a vital member of a highly effective team, the Marketing Coordinator contributes to the development of the overall strategic plan and aligns membership strategies and objectives to the organization’s short and long-term goals. The coordinator is a champion for ABC’s values, mission, and vision and operates as a strategic partner who is also willing to do any task when the need arises. The individual in this position contributes to the organization’s success by enthusiastically accomplishing individual and departmental objectives.

Essential Duties

  • Establish and implement marketing and communication plans that ensure brand consistency and support the organizational goals.
  • Communicates with team members and leadership, the board, committees and volunteers to ensure cohesive implementation of all communication & marketing plans and initiatives.
  • Researches, creates, secures, and manages distribution and sharing of content through all communication channels.
  • Responsible for the marketing and communication of conferences and regional events and meetings to drive member engagement and attendance.
  • Design marketing materials in print and digital formats, upholding our brand standards by following all style guides to include but not limited to brochures, marketing flyers, marketing swag, emails, social media graphics, website, etc.
  • Produce high-quality materials using Adobe InDesign.
  • Creates, designs, and manages the publication and distribution of bi-monthly magazine, the annual directory, and the annual awards magazine.
  • Responsible for advertising sales in bi-monthly magazine, directory, website, and emails to meet or exceed annual budget.
  • Develops and tracks the departmental budget.
  • Monitor, measure, and analyze the effectiveness of marketing initiatives, including digital communication and the association’s web site to optimize efficiencies for the organization as a whole. Provides monthly reports on department activities, trends, and recommendations.
  • Represents ABC CF at appropriate events and meetings; takes photos for marketing/social media.
  • Has a thorough understanding of association membership services and benefits; can provide answers and solutions to current and prospective members.
  • Maintains an understanding of construction industry trends and makes appropriate recommendations related to the communications and marketing strategies.
  • Develop with the President & CEO and deliver comprehensive and long-term public relations plans to advance the association’s mission, goals, and growth with key audiences.
  • Is a vital member of an inter-departmental team and works with all staff to accomplish individual and organizational goals.
  • Cultivates and maintains positive relationships with staff, members, and all others who CF ABC serves or does business with.
  • Sets an example for others regarding office maintenance and security by following protocols.
  • Maintains communication and marketing knowledge by attending workshops/conferences, subscribing to industry publications and/or maintaining membership in professional associations.
  • Maintains the Chapter website.

Requirements

Education

Bachelor’s degree preferred, focus on communications, marketing or related field preferred.

Experience

Minimum of (3) years’ work or volunteer experience in communications and marketing or related field.

A combination of the following education and experience may be substituted for the requirements:

  • Associates Degree and (5) years’ work or volunteer experience in communications and marketing or related field

Licenses or other required Certifications

Valid Florida driver’s license and vehicle insurance

Knowledge & Skills

  • Strategic thinker; proven track record of both initiating and carrying out communication and marketing strategies in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong relationship-building skills
  • Strong solutions thinker, proactive with solid organization and project management skills to meet deadlines
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Demonstrates executive level project- and time-management skills
  • Uses data to inform strategic plans, recommendations, and decisions
  • Has the ability to create and track departmental and project budgets
  • Is proficient in the most current Microsoft Office Suite programs
  • Advanced skills in Adobe Creative Suite (adobe Acrobat Pro, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop)
  • Skilled in web design/update, internet navigation, social media content
  • Has the ability to learn and work in membership databases/CRM systems

Behavioral Competencies

  • Highly reliable and trustworthy
  • Accountable for responsibilities and errors
  • Goal-oriented
  • Takes initiative

Physical Requirements

Tasks involve moderately active physical effort: must be able to twist, kneel, stoop, bend, and safely lift up to 30 lbs. Tasks require dexterity in the use of fingers and limbs. Tasks may involve extended periods of time sitting at a workstation and utilizing a keyboard. 

Sensory Requirement:

The majority of tasks require manual dexterity. Tasks require visual and hearing acuity. Tasks may involve identifying and distinguishing colors. Tasks require oral communications ability.

Statements

EEO/AAP Statement

Central Florida Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.

ADAAA Statement

ABC is committed to hiring and providing continued employment to qualified candidates and employees and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.  An individual with a disability is qualified if he or she satisfies the skills, experience, and other job-related requirements for a position; and can perform the essential functions of the position, with or without reasonable accommodations.

This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between ABC and the employee and is subject to change by ABC as the needs of the organization and requirements of the job change.

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Meetings & Events Assistant (Orlando, FL)

Friday, July 8, 2022 1:29 PM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - CENTRAL FLORIDA CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Meetings & Events Assistant 
Location:             Orlando, FL 
Reports to: Meetings & Events Director
Status: Non-Exempt

 

Contact Vice President & COO Nancy Wray with your resume and letter of interest: – [email protected]

Purpose

The Meetings & Events Assistant provides professional administrative support to all departments but specifically the Meetings & Events (M&E) Director to be a part of a fully functioning team. This position requires exceptional communication and relationship-building skills in working with members, vendors, suppliers, the public, volunteers, and co-workers. The Meetings & Events Assistant demonstrates keen attention to detail by ensuring all elements necessary to host or sponsor a meeting or event are coordinated and complete.

This position also requires the ability to work in Microsoft Office Suite programs to develop meeting and event advertisements, invitations, articles, signage, programs, and other printed/electronic communication or materials specific to a meeting or event. The Meetings & Events Assistant supports the M&E Director and the organization as a whole by coordinating all meeting/event preparation, set-up, registration, evaluations, and reporting.  This position understands budgets and works to coordinate high-quality meetings/events in the most cost-efficient way.

As a vital member of a highly effective team, the Meetings & Events Assistant understands Central Florida Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) values, mission, goals, and strategic plan, and contributes to the organization’s success by enthusiastically performing tasks and responsibilities to accomplish individual and departmental objectives.

Essential Duties

Organizational Success

  • Demonstrates understanding of contribution to strategic plan goals by meeting or exceeding personal and departmental objectives.
  • Proactively consider needs and pay attention to daily office calendar.
  • Collaborates with other staff in developing marketing plan; ensures all printed, electronic, social media, and website communications are aligned to plan.
  • Cultivates and maintains positive relationships with staff, members, and all others who ABC serves or does business with.
  • Assists with event committees as requested by M&E Director – only attends meetings when requested.
  • Uses all available resources to keep up-to-date on current trends in the construction and events management industries; uses trend data or info to make recommendations and to assist M&E Director and other leadership in decision-making.
  • Assists with monthly reports on departmental activities, issues, and opportunities
  • Willingly works in collaboration with other departments as needed.
  • Follows all protocols for office maintenance and security.
  • Assists in identifying and evaluating changes to make to events, processes, and how execution of events are done
  • Creation of M&E Project Management system and organizational lists for ease of event management – keep these lists up to date and continue to look forward for future projects.

Meeting/Event Preparation/Production

  • Collaborates with M&E Director to develop meeting/events budgets, schedules, timelines, speaker and staffing needs, and materials/supplies checklists.
  • Researches, compares, and provides site options/recommendations to M&E Director.
  • Research competitive pricing on promotional items/sponsor materials for order.
  • Reviews contracts for final approval by M&E Director & President/VP, liability insurance, and other booking requirements and agreements for M&E Director’s review.
  • Identifies and works closely with speakers, vendors, and suppliers, communicating timelines, delivery windows, invoicing, etc.
  • Orders supplies and materials and develops system for ensuring timely delivery to meeting/event venue.
  • Tracks expenses to ensure projected total costs are within budget; provides expense updates to M&E Director.
  • Creates necessary ads, articles, programs, invitations, magazines, signage, registration lists and other materials. Ensures all in-house or outsourced printing is done in a professional and timely manner.
  • Creates social media graphics and schedules posts for upcoming Meetings & Events
  • Follow all timelines and schedules to align with the entire ABC staff/team.
  • Works with M&E Director in sales of sponsorships, exhibitor sign ups, recruitment of participants in EIC Awards, Construction Expo, and other ABC meetings and events.
  • Works with M&E Director in production and execution of the EIC Awards Program.
  • Follows up with event/meeting invitees to remind/confirm attendance; sends attendees directions and information for parking, security and/ or other pertinent info.
  • Works with supervisors to schedule staff necessary to work events; makes arrangements for volunteers; collaborates with M&E Director to develop work assignments for staff and volunteers.
  • Collaborates with site/venue staff and M&E Director to finalize furniture arrangement, computer and audio-visual location, parking, and any other site-specific arrangements.
  • Designs, creates and manages other electronic forms needed for events including: surveys, check-in forms, applications, information forms, etc.
  • Create scripts for speakers and presenters when needed.
  • Assist with data management and data input through Microsoft Office for event details.
  • Works with Directors on coordinating and setting up for committee meetings.

Event/Meeting Onsite Responsibilities

  • Acts as onsite lead for arrangements, speakers, staff and volunteers, and vendors/suppliers.
  • Ensures all materials, supplies, and equipment are in place and are tested, if appropriate.
  • Handles staff and volunteer assignments, giving directions or instructions as needed; acts as back up for staff/volunteer breaks.
  • Supports the M&E Director at the meeting/event, handling last minute or unexpected needs as requested/needed.
  • Is responsible for collecting attendees’ evaluations.
  • Organizes clean-up work, ensuring all contract agreements for venue condition and/or equipment return are met; gathers or assigns staff/volunteers to gather extra materials and supplies.
  • May be required to travel to regional meetings to manage events

Post-Meeting/Event Record Keeping/Follow-Up

  • Organizes and files sample materials, registration lists, vendor lists, copies of statements and invoices, contracts, liability insurance and other documents related to event for future reference.
  • Gathers data from evaluations; prepares evaluations report and other post-event reports as needed.
  • Follows up with speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, competitors, and attendees as appropriate or directed.
  • Assists in creating post-event write-ups for promotion within BCF magazine and other outlets.

Volunteer Management

  • Recruits, trains, and coaches’ staff and volunteers, including committee members and leaders
  • Responsible for the completion of monthly reports on Committee/Task Force activities, issues, and opportunities.
  • Works with all staff to accomplish individual and organizational goals.

​​​​Other

  • Update laptop computers monthly
  • Lead on facility set up and clean up for all programs, events, and workshops, stocking beverage carts and conference room and doing supply runs. When possible, set rooms day/night before.
  • Posting lobby signs for events, classes, committee and other meetings, rentals.  Coordinate with Chapter Services Coordinator.
  • Assist all departments and Directors as needed.
  • Back up for front desk personnel, including answering phones.
  • Managing registrations and accounts receivables and deposits as needed.
  • Coordinate office coverage with Executive Assistant and Chapter Services Coordinator including lunch hour.  Office is to be covered Monday through Thursday 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM and 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM on Fridays

Requirements

Education

Associates Degree (or equivalent credits) in Marketing, Hospitality, Communications, or a related field

Experience

Minimum of (2) years’ work or volunteer experience in meeting and event planning or related industry

A combination of the following education and experience may be substituted for the requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED and (3) year’s work or volunteer experience in meeting and event planning or related industry
  • Bachelor’s Degree and one (1) year experience year’s work or volunteer experience in meeting and event planning or related industry

Licenses or other required Certifications

Valid Florida driver’s license and vehicle insurance

Knowledge & Skills

  • Understands and can articulate the basic components of meeting/events coordination
  • Is highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Demonstrates project- and time-management skills
  • Has the ability to communicate professionally verbally and in writing to a diverse membership and others contacted in the course of work
  • Can work independently or as the member of a team
  • Can effectively use the internet and other resources to research and gather information and data
  • Is proficient in the most current Microsoft Office Suite programs
  • Ability to learn and work in publishing/design software

Behavioral Competencies

  • Highly reliable and trustworthy
  • Accountable for responsibilities and errors
  • Goal-oriented
  • Takes initiative
  • Proactive

Physical Requirements

Tasks involve moderately active physical effort: must be able to twist, kneel, stoop, bend, and safely lift up to 50 lbs. Tasks require dexterity in the use of fingers and limbs. Tasks may involve extended periods of time sitting at a workstation and utilizing a keyboard. 

Sensory Requirement:

The majority of tasks require manual dexterity. Tasks require visual and hearing acuity. Tasks may involve identifying and distinguishing colors. Tasks require oral communications ability.

Statements

EEO/AAP Statement

Central Florida Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.

ADAAA Statement

ABC is committed to hiring and providing continued employment to qualified candidates and employees and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.  An individual with a disability is qualified if he or she satisfies the skills, experience, and other job-related requirements for a position; and can perform the essential functions of the position, with or without reasonable accommodations.

This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between ABC and the employee and is subject to change by ABC as the needs of the organization and requirements of the job change.

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Education Coordinator (Los Angeles, CA)

Friday, May 13, 2022 3:04 PM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - Southern Califonia CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Education Coordinator
Location:             Los Angeles, CA
Reports to: Senior Director of Education
Status:  Non-Exempt

 

TO APPLY: Please submit resume to [email protected]

JOB OVERVIEW

The Education Coordinator is responsible for performing the administrative functions for the Chapter’s apprenticeship and trainee programs, to maintain compliance with state and federal apprenticeship standards, laws and regulations, state trainee rules, laws and regulations coordinate with the Local Education Agencies (LEA) and to provide a superior experience for the students and their employers.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

Responsibilities:

  • Apprentice Program
    • Create classes in Flashpoint database
    • Send out class notices to students and member companies
    • Track RSVPs and send out class reminders prior to classes starting
    • Coordinate and sell books if applicable
    • Pass out EDD forms and collect them on last day of class
    • Verify attendance with EDD as required by law
    • Pass out completion letters on last day of class
    • Email students in class to complete evaluations on instructors and employers
    • Send accrediting body apprentice application, if applicable
  • Electrician Certification Training Program
    • Create classes in Flashpoint database and enter students’ information
    • Send out Rollover notices to all companies and keep track of responses
    • Send information to students of class time, start date and assigned instructor
    • Create and maintain monthly billing/self-pay contracts and send billing to Finance Manager & Benefit Trust Liaison for invoicing
    • Prepare training hours and submit to Finance Manager & Benefit Trust Liaison for annual payment to accrediting LEA
  • Electrician Certification Trainee (ET) Renewals
    • Process ET cards monthly by sending proof of enrollment letters and renewal applications to the state
    • Communicate with the state if there are any problems or questions
  • Student Books
    • Coordinate textbook sales and handouts distribution if applicable
    • Analyze and submit book order request form for the number of textbooks needed for all classes each semester if applicable
  • Disciplinary Hearings
    • Schedule and oversee Disciplinary Hearings as needed
    • Communicate with company and student with Hearing information
    • Create a disciplinary packet for Hearing
    • Send out Results Letters to company and student within 15 days of the hearing
  • Communication/Submissions
    • Submit and verify students’ attendance with LEA
    • Verify attendance hours quarterly for all programs
    • Communicate with LEA and EDD agencies on any student issues
  •  Veterans Administration (VA)
    • Process all VA student enrollment forms and documents
    • Conduct required VA audits
  • Evaluations
    • Process student evaluations for instructors and employers and email selected ABC staff
  • Schedule Special Classes
    • Schedule and keep track of all students’ participation in CPR classes and OSHA 10/30 classes
  • Drop/Terminate Students
    • Process drops and terminations of students who voluntarily drop or are terminated from the programs
  • Student Counts
    • Graduation – Verify completed schooling and OJT hours for all 4th year students
    • Provide numbers of current students for both programs to Director of Operations
  • Orientation
    • Provide copies and explain the programs Rules and Regulation to all new students
    • Present information on schooling, classroom attendance, On-the-Job-Training (OJT) hours reporting, dispatch procedures and the disciplinary policies to all new students
    • Ensure all new students sign all documents needed for the program to which they are entering
  • Work with Flashpoint Database as required
  • Other duties
    • Enter form 200’s for students on NCCER website
    • Answer phones
    • Assist with Graduation and Craft Championship Competition and any other events as needed
    • Request US Department of Labor / State certificates
    • Keep and maintain Instructor Calendar up to date
  • Other duties as necessary and assigned

Specialized Skills:

  • Organized with effective time management skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Self-motivated and administratively self-maintaining
  • Demonstrates capability for strategic thinking
  • General business understanding

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business, Communication Management or other related fields
  • Proven marketing and/or communication experience
  • Excellent time management, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Available on weekends and after hours
  • Ability to manage multiple projects independently
  • MS Office proficiency

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The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments and to make reasonable accommodations as needed.

IMPORTANT NOTICES

Nondiscrimination:

It is the continuing policy of ABC, Southern California Chapter to take affirmative action to assure equal opportunity for all current and prospective employees without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age (40 or older), genetic information, personal appearance, marital status, familial status, family responsibility, pregnancy or other pregnancy-related conditions, childbirth, disability, military/veteran status, citizenship status, religion or political affiliation, past convictions or incarceration, prior psychiatric treatment, or any other status protected by federal or state law, local ordinance or Executive Orders. ABC, Southern California Chapter is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Disability Specifications:

ADA: ABC Southern California Chapter will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and any relevant state law.

Physical Demands:

While performing the responsibilities the employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit and use their hands and fingers, to handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

Work Environment:

This position is performed in a typical office environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and vehicles.  The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate.

ABC’s Position Descriptions are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent(s) of this job.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required of the position.  ABC’s Position Descriptions do not create a contract, express or imply, or other legal rights between ABC and any staff member, nor guarantee employment or specific duties for any specific duration.  ABC may add, change, delete, suspend or discontinue any of these positions and descriptions at any time without prior notice.

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Membership Development Manager (Los Angeles, CA)

Friday, May 13, 2022 2:44 PM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - Southern Califonia CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Membership Development Manager
Location:             Los Angeles, CA
Reports to: Director of Membership Development 
Status:  Exempt

 

TO APPLY: Please submit resume to [email protected]

JOB OVERVIEW

The Membership Development Manager – Los Angeles is the face of a merit-shop trade association in the region. This position develops and coordinates aspects of member recruitment, involvement and retention as it relates to membership growth strategies for ABC Southern California Chapter according to membership goals identified by the Chapter Board of Directors and Membership Committee.

The ideal candidate for this position should have a spirit of professional entrepreneurship with the ability to ‘see the big picture’ and bring it to reality. This individual will have a ready smile, warm confidence, approachable demeanor, and be able to plan their work and then execute it according to the goals of the association.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

Responsibilities:


Membership Development

  • Conduct ongoing program to market association membership to contractors, suppliers, and associates/industry professionals in the greater Los Angeles and Ventura areas
  • Create, identify, and qualify new member prospect list
  • Understand Los Angeles and Ventura county construction demographics, such as public works, business development and geographic region, that drives membership growth
  • Meet with prospective members and existing members in-person, attend industry related trade shows, various chamber functions and mixers, conferences and other events on a regular basis for the recruitment of contractors
  • Create a pre-event, on-site and post event sales plan, including systematic follow up with potential members
  • Contact, schedule, and conduct prospect sales calls, meetings and events, coordinating with other Chapter staff as appropriate
  • Lead new member orientations to ensure that members get immediate value based on their expressed need and that they are educated on the benefits of membership, and guided to engage in events and offerings
  • Oversight and responsibility for accurate reporting of prospective member reports, marketing opportunities, and membership metrics
  • Understand what is required to be a general or specialty contractor in Los Angeles and Ventura counties and how to sell the utilization of the association’s services as a value add to their business.

Retention  

  • Develop and conduct ongoing process that informs, educates, engages, and reinforces the association’s value proposition in order to retain current members year-over-year.
  • Identify “at risk” members and develop strategies to drive retention to these members
  • Collaborate all association departments and staff to ensure that members using these programs renew for compliance purposes

Other

  • Attend and promote the Association’s events to members and prospects to help increase event attendance
  • Promote the use of all chapter and ABC National Services, including apprenticeship and craft training programs, award and safety programs, and insurance and discount programs
  • Attain budget levels of retention and new member growth annually to achieve net member growth and meet National goals
  • Serve as a staff liaison to the Membership Committee in the development and implementation of the Chapter’s membership growth plan: draft agendas, send meeting notices, track attendance and action items, attend meetings, and take and distribute minutes
  • Establish and foster a professional working relationship with appropriate external partner organizations
  • Assist with Chapter activities and other duties as necessary and assigned

Specialized Skills:

  • Organized with effective time management skills
  • Self-motivated and administratively self-maintaining
  • Consultative sales techniques and demonstrated ability to close business deals
  • Prior experience and / or understanding of association management and not for profit organizations
  • Demonstrable capability for strategic thinking and general business understanding

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Marketing and/or Business Management
  • Five years external sales experience or three years within ABC
  • Proven track record of sales success required. Must excel at meeting and talking with prospective members, building rapport with prospective and existing members, and closing in a professional manner
  • Strong ability to prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines
  • Energetic, positive, professional, and self-motivated personality with effective oral and written communication skills required
  • Strong technical literacy, including Microsoft Word, Excel and Power point
  • Diplomatic team player able to foster relationships with members, employee partners, and other community leaders
  • Creativity and attention to detail
  • Must possess a passion for providing high quality member service and commitment to exceeding expectations
  • Valid CA Driver's License, vehicle, and insurance

Preferred:

  • Extensive knowledge of the Southern California construction industry

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The preceding functions have been provided examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification.  Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments and to make reasonable accommodations as needed.  This position is classified as exempt meaning more than 50% of the employee’s time is spent performing exempt job duties consistent with this job description.  If the employee finds the actual job duties change from those described herein so the employee is not performing exempt duties more than 50% of the time, the employee must immediately inform management.

IMPORTANT NOTICES

Nondiscrimination:

It is the continuing policy of ABC, Southern California Chapter to take affirmative action to assure equal opportunity for all current and prospective employees without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age (40 or older), genetic information, personal appearance, marital status, familial status, family responsibility, pregnancy or other pregnancy-related conditions, childbirth, disability, military/veteran status, citizenship status, religion or political affiliation, past convictions or incarceration, prior psychiatric treatment, or any other status protected by federal or state law, local ordinance or Executive Orders. ABC, Southern California Chapter is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Disability Specifications:

ADA: ABC Southern California Chapter will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and any relevant state law.

Physical Demands:

While performing the responsibilities the employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit and use their hands and fingers, to handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

Work Environment:

This position is performed in a typical office environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and vehicles.  The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate.

ABC’s Position Descriptions are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent(s) of this job.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required of the position.  ABC’s Position Descriptions do not create a contract, express or imply, or other legal rights between ABC and any staff member, nor guarantee employment or specific duties for any specific duration.  ABC may add, change, delete, suspend or discontinue any of these positions and descriptions at any time without prior notice.

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Membership Director & Young Professional Liaison (Charlotte, NC)

Monday, April 18, 2022 3:33 PM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - CAROLINAS CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Membership Director and Young Professional Liaison
Location:             Charlotte, NC
Responsible to: Exempt position, reporting to the President-CEO
Status:  Full-time, Exempt, Salaried

 

TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter including salary expectations and resume to [email protected]

Primary Responsibilities:

Recruiting new members to ABC Carolinas through marketing and sales activities by developing and managing membership recruitment campaigns through marketing efforts, social media platforms and membership programing for the Charlotte, NC market. Ensuring new member orientation, member participation and retention in cooperation with the Board of Directors and membership at large. Serve as the staff liaison for our Young Professionals group, Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX).

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Develop and conduct an ongoing sales program to market ABC memberships to contractors, suppliers, associates, and DE&I qualified member businesses in the Charlotte, NC market area. This includes developing and administering processes for identifying and recruiting potential members.
  • Implementing the five-year membership sales growth plan.
  • With the guidance of the CEO, develop and execute an annual sales membership growth plan, (based upon the five-year growth plan), including but not limited to:
    • Setting sales goals
    • Developing target markets
    • Developing and maintaining membership prospect and mailing lists
    • Creating and implementing membership contest(s)
    • With the assistance of existing members and the Board of Directors, generating multiple qualified leads per week and conducting appropriate follow up with each lead as per performance standards set by President-CEO
  • Conduct a new member orientation and involvement efforts including but not limited to organizing and conducting new member orientation meetings and encouraging involvement in Chapter programs and committees.
  • Ensure development and maintenance of member information in our CHAD database in sufficient detail to support communication and research.
  • Maintain, coordinate and promote membership related programs such as the ABC National Beam Club, National Membership Awards and local Chapter Awards.
  • In cooperation with the Apprenticeship/Safety Services Director, promote and market the ABC Carolinas to prospective members and new or existing members.
  • In cooperation with the Governmental Affairs Director, promote and market the ABC Carolinas to prospective members and new or existing members.
  • Help promote membership retention efforts, including cooperating with other staff to organize and conduct visits to all members, maintain regular phone contacts and maintain activity reports tracking member participation.
  • Promote and market the ABC Carolinas Major Sponsor program, including ensuring that all Major Sponsor benefits are realized by participating members.
  • Sell and coordinate advertising in Chapter publications including the website, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
  • Develop and present to the CEO and Board monthly reports regarding sales efforts, activities and membership statistics.
  • Promote use of ABC services, and attendance at ABC general meetings, events and training programs.
  • Stay abreast of industry events, member activities and news and continually market members to each other and construction owners and users.
  • Serve as Staff Liaison to Membership Committee.
  • As Staff Liaison to the Membership Committee, help determine program content of general meetings and special events. Coordinate with other team members to ensure programs organized and executed.
  • Write articles for Chapter publications as requested by the CEO.
  • Make presentations and participate in chapter events and meetings as required.
  • Take photographs of all Chapter events for use in Chapter publications and programs.

FLEX Staff Liaison Responsibilities

With the guidance from the FLEX Steering Committee and other ABCC team members, develop a FLEX program across the ABCC Councils that promotes the development of our young leaders and promotes the merit shop philosophy. 40 years of age and under members.

Utilize ABC National as a resource for programming and ways to tie our Chapter’s program into ABC Nationals focus including FEA/PAC and political advocacy.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • e the conduit between the Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) steering committee and the Chair to establish programming and schedules for FLEX events.
  • Collaborate with Director of ABCC Marketing/Communications/Events regarding invitations/social media communications and general communications to our membership at large.
  • Assist the FLEX steering committee with programming and event planning.
  • Communicate to the ABCC team the minutes from the FLEX steering committee meetings in a timely manner.
  • Track the FLEX registrations for not only membership but for event attendance as well through ABC’s Chapter Database.
  • Report monthly to the CEO activities of the FLEX initiative.

Other:

  • Attend and assist in all ABC general meeting and events in coordination with other staff
  • From time to time perform other duties as assigned by the CEO
  • Travel may be required with overnights including national conferences
  • Salary plus commission offered plus benefits
  • Contact Amy Sullivan Hicks at [email protected]

Nondiscrimination:

  • It is the continuing policy of ABC to take affirmative action to assure equal opportunity for all current and prospective employees without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, personal appearance, marital status, familial status, family responsibility, pregnancy or other pregnancy-related conditions, childbirth, disability, military/veteran status, citizenship status, religion or political affiliation, past convictions or incarceration, prior psychiatric treatment, or any other status protected by federal or state law, local ordinance or Executive Orders. ABC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Disability Specifications:

  • ADA: ABC will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. 
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Director of Workforce and Safety (Tampa, FL)

Tuesday, March 22, 2022 7:59 AM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - FLORIDA GULF COAST CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Director of Workforce and Safety
Location:             Tampa, FL
Reports to: President & Vice President


Please send your resume and letter of interest to Steve Cona III: [email protected].  

BASIC FUNCTIONS

  • Develop, administer, and maintain professional development, apprenticeship, and safety training programs.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Plan, develop and administer professional development programs for the ABC commercial construction industry.
  • Develop annual professional development budget for approval by BOD.
  • Administer approved budget and assist with financial activities related to professional development.
  • Supply information for member billings.
  • Research topics, subject matter, instructors to develop new seminars and monitor the profit and loss to make each class viable.
  • Market professional development courses to members by email, newsletter, direct mail, telephone, word of mouth, personal visits, etc.
  • Assist in developing promotional materials to assist in advertising professional development programs.
  • Conduct evaluation of course effectiveness, including appropriateness of subject matter, material taught and instructor quality.
  • Procure course instructors and speakers and provide instructor training as required.
  • Develop new professional development programs.
  • Develop partnerships with other organizations in the area of professional development.
  • Prepare articles for Chapter newsletter.
  • Serve as point of contact for individual members seeking information or assistance regarding professional development and apprenticeship programs.
  • Provide a report at monthly board meetings.

APPRENTICESHIP

  • Primarily responsible for maintaining and expanding participation in the apprenticeship program.
  • Develop annual apprenticeship budget for approval by BOD.
  • Administer approved budget and assist with financial activities related to the apprenticeship.
  • Supply information for member billings and monitor status of open accounts.
  • Hire, evaluate, manage, and train instructors. Maintain a reserve pool for future need.
  • Monitor program on a monthly basis through personal visits to all classes in every trade.
  • Available for evening correspondence with instructors and apprentices if issues arise.
  • Maintain NCCER Master Trainer status.
  • Provide ICTP certification as needed.
  • Ensure NCCER compliance for students, instructors, and CTE schools.
  • Register and maintain program with DOL and state agencies.
  • Securely maintain, and ensure proper maintenance of student records, grades and OJT hours.
  • Serve as point of contact for sponsors seeking information or assistance regarding apprenticeship programs.
  • Establish and maintain liaison with local schools, civic agencies, career tech and other potential sources for recruiting apprentices.
  • Coordinate as the main point of contact with all related education partners such as community colleges and workforce boards.
  • Research and administer grant opportunities pertinent to apprenticeship operations.
  • Monitor state, national, and federal legislation or trends that affect construction and specifically apprenticeship; meet with elected officials as necessary.
  • Stay abreast of industry issues and member news.
  • Provide a report at monthly board meetings.

SAFETY

  • Serve as primary Safety point of contact for the Chapter.
  • Develop annual safety budget for approval by BOD.
  • Administer approved budget and assist with financial activities related to safety.
  • Supply information for member billings.
  • Create, promote, and administer safety programming for Chapter.
  • Develop promotional materials for Chapter safety initiatives.
  • Serve as the ABC STEP champion for the Chapter.
  • Drive annual increased STEP participation.
  • Provide a report at monthly board meetings.

CHAPTER FUNCTIONS

  • Attend various Chapter Meetings and Chapter Events as appropriate.
  • Work closely with Membership Director to coordinate member and apprenticeship needs.
  • Visit members through either drop-in meetings, scheduled meetings, cold-calls, onsite or elsewhere.
  • Assist Chapter President & VP as needed.
  • Assist with day-to-day Chapter operations as needed.
  • Assist with other staff in the cleanliness of the Chapter offices.

INTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS

  • Reports to President & VP
  • Serves as ABC staff liaison to the Apprenticeship, Management Education, and Safety Committees.

EXTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS

  • Communicates regularly with members, ABC National office, government agencies, committees, instructors, colleges, universities, local technical schools and others.
  • Assists other departments with responses to member queries.
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Executive Assistant (Orlando, FL)

Friday, February 11, 2022 4:10 PM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - CENTRAL FLORIDA CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Executive Assistant 
Location:             Orlando, FL 
Reports to: President & CEO
Status: Non-Exempt, Full-time

 

Contact Vice President & COO Nancy Wray with your resume and letter of interest: – [email protected]ntralflorida.org

Purpose

The Executive Assistant is the supportive force that empowers our senior leadership. The ideal person for the job will be a proactive problem solver with exceptional communication skills and a meticulous attention to detail and outstanding organizational skills. He/She will have previous experience working in an office environment, performing administrative duties, and providing support to management. The Executive Assistant role requires exceptional professionalism and interpersonal skills in working with current and prospective members, boards and committees, vendors, suppliers, the public, and community partners and officials. He/She should be flexible and have foresight, when maintaining confidences related to high-level operations.

As a vital member of a highly effective team, the Executive Assistant understands Central Florida Chapter Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) values, mission, goals, and strategic plan, and contributes to the organization’s success by enthusiastically performing tasks and responsibilities to accomplish individual and organizational objectives.

Objectives of this Role

  • With a primary responsibility of supporting the CEO, provide support to the executive team as directed to ensure that company goals and objectives are accomplished, and operations run efficiently.
  • Plan and orchestrate work to ensure that priorities are met, organizational goals are achieved, and best practices are upheld.

Duties and Responsibilities

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Screen all incoming phone calls, inquiries, visitors, and correspondence, and route accordingly.
  • Support chapter programs by performing various activities including online research, survey dissemination, and contributing to or creating reports.
  • Coordinate meetings and conference calls, inform attendees of meeting dates and times, reserve meeting space, ensures the appropriate equipment/materials are available and coordinate hospitality services as needed.
  • General office management including coordinate office supply inventories.
  • Assist with the creation, editing and/or preparation of program materials.
  • Provide program support by ordering materials and supplies, communicating with vendors, helping with registration, etc.
  • Manage sales and processing of products including job site signs, decals, etc.
  • Input membership or other data into databases or systems.
  • Perform general office duties, such as scanning, copying, sending, and distributing mail and packages.
  • Oversee office equipment maintenance.
  • Support the CEO calendar/schedule; follow the preferred method for reminders and assists with any preparation or research for appointments or meetings.
  • Take meeting notes as requested and transcribes them for leadership.
  • Cultivate and maintains positive relationships with staff, members, and all others who ABC serves or does business with.
  • Use all available resources to keep up to date on current trends in office support and technology; recommend processes or other improvements to help achieve maximum efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Follow all protocols for office maintenance and security; understand the office evacuation procedures to guide staff and visitors in the event of an emergency.
  • Maintain professionalism and strict confidentiality with all materials, and exercise discretion when interfacing with the business.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree required or equivalent work experience 
  • Five years of experience in administrative support functions reporting directly to upper management
  • Superb written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong time-management skills and the ability to organize and coordinate multiple projects at once
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other office productivity tools, with aptitude to learn new software and systems
  • Flexible team player willing to do what it takes to get the job done; adaptable and enjoys a challenge
  • Ability to keep company confidences

Licenses or other required Certifications

Valid Florida driver’s license and vehicle insurance.

Physical Requirements

Tasks involve moderately active physical effort: must be able to twist, kneel, stoop, bend, and safely lift up to 50 lbs. Tasks require dexterity in the use of fingers and limbs. Tasks may involve extended periods of time sitting at a workstation and utilizing a keyboard.

Sensory Requirement

The majority of tasks require manual dexterity. Tasks require visual and hearing acuity. Tasks may involve identifying and distinguishing colors. Tasks require oral communications ability.

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Training & Development Director (Orlando, FL)

Wednesday, February 9, 2022 8:36 AM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - CENTRAL FLORIDA CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Training & Development Director 
Location:             Orlando, FL 
Reports to: Vice President & Chief Operating Officer  
Compensation: Full-time, exempt position which includes employee benefits

 

Contact Vice President & COO Nancy Wray with your resume and letter of interest: – [email protected]

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national trade association representing more than 21,000 construction and industry-related firms. Founded on the merit shop philosophy, ABC and its 69 chapters help members develop people, win work, and deliver that work safely, ethically, and profitably, for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work.

Job Description

This position is responsible for developing, implementing, administering, and maintaining all educational and training programs for members. In addition, this position is responsible for working with various organizations, educational institutions, and groups to build the Central Florida construction industry merit shop workforce. This position participates in the formulation of the Education Department’s mission, goals, objectives, strategic plans, and related policies.

The role requires exceptional professionalism and interpersonal skills in working with current and prospective members, boards and committees, training and professional development facilitators, vendors, and educational institutions.

As a vital member of a highly effective team, the Training & Development Director understands Central Florida ABC’s values, mission, goals, and strategic plan, and contributes to the organization’s success by enthusiastically performing tasks and responsibilities to accomplish individual and organizational objectives.

The ideal candidate must be a proven self-starter willing to take responsibility of growing the educational offerings and producing relevant education programs for the membership. The successful candidate will also be able to take direction, be innovative, be interested in making suggestions to improve programs, and be creative in marketing and promoting training programs.

Necessary Skills

  • Customer-service oriented individual
  • Ability to independently develop comprehensive and long-term educational plans to continually increase the Chapter’s value to current and prospective members.
  • Ability to develop new programs, promote programs, build relationships, and create new partnerships.
  • Adept with Microsoft products, social media, current technology.
  • Adept at instructional design and implementation and the ability to analyze data and trends to make recommendations regarding developing and improving educational services.
  • Must be a proven task-oriented initiative-taker who thrives in an independent work environment.
  • Well-organized, goal-oriented and attention to detail.
  • Articulate and comfortable calling members for research and development and responding to inquiries.
  • Must be coachable, willing to learn, and confident in proposing innovative ideas to management.
  • Adept at utilizing social media platforms, Facebook, LinkedIn.
  • Ability to trouble shoot issues including technology, instructor, or other program component issues and maintain flexibility with a problem solution mindset.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement strategy for increasing non-dues revenue, including developing budget, tracking P&L.
  • Actively maintain and use the association database.
  • Attend association meetings as required, including but not limited to staff, committee, and board meetings.
  • Provide members with information on safety services and education programs.
  • Responsible for promoting education and training programs to include marketing content including but not limited to print, website, emails, and social media.
  • Monitor, measure, and analyze the effectiveness of educational initiatives and trends.
  • Research and analyze construction industry trends to develop recommendations related to the department’s strategies.
  • Create processes for keeping members current with construction industry required certifications, CEUs, safety requirements.
  • Work with member committees, task forces, councils to assist with development programs.
  • Assist the Chapter leadership as necessary in day-to-day office operations.
  • Play an active role in the education community and workforce development planning committees in the surrounding area which may include Chamber of Commerce Up Skill, Osceola County Construction Pipeline, local schools, and universities for membership collaboration opportunities
  • Instructor/Presenter recruitment, orientation and training, instructor processes/procedures and evaluations.
  • Instructor and partnership contracts and agreements.
  • Responsible for developing learning strategies for education programs.
  • Responsible for procuring and ensuring adequate technology requirements for education programs.

Education

  • Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent credits) in training and development, human resources, education, or instructional design.

Experience

  • Minimum of 5+ years of overseeing training, educational, and developmental programs, instructional design, or related field
  • Minimum of 5+ years of managerial experience.

A combination of the following education and experience may be substituted for the requirements:

  • Associates Degree and seven (7) overseeing training, educational, and developmental programs, instructional design, or related field
  • Minimum of 5+ years of managerial experience

Language Skills

Accurate, professional English writing and public speaking skills are essential. Ability to respond to inquiries from members in a professional and friendly way. Ability to speak effectively to members, non-members, partners, instructors, presenters, educators, and to the general public.

Reasoning Ability

Must be able to identify and orchestrate tasks necessary to accomplish a goal. Must be personable and able to relate and interface effectively with contractors, educators, and other business professionals.

Transportation/ Licenses or other required Certifications

Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and automobile insurance. Vehicle occasionally needed to transport materials for education programs, presentations, or site visits.

Physical Requirements

Tasks involve moderately active physical effort: must be able to twist, kneel, stoop, bend, and safely lift up to 50 lbs. Tasks require dexterity in the use of fingers and limbs. Tasks may involve extended periods of time sitting at a workstation and utilizing a keyboard.

Sensory Requirement

The majority of tasks require manual dexterity. Tasks require visual and hearing acuity. Tasks may involve identifying and distinguishing colors. Tasks require oral communications ability.

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Member Engagement Manager (Annapolis, MD)

Wednesday, January 12, 2022 7:49 AM

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - CHESAPEAKE SHORES CHAPTER OFFICE

Position Title:  Member Engagement Manager
Location:             Annapolis, MD
Reports to: Vice President of Chapter Services

 

Contact President & CEO Chris Garvey with your resume and letter of interest - [email protected].

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) is a national trade association representing more than 21,000 construction and industry-related firms. Founded on the merit shop philosophy, ABC and its 69 chapters help members develop people, win work and deliver that work safely, ethically and profitably, for the betterment of the communities in which ABC and its members work.

Job Description:  

The number one goal for this position is to retain and grow the membership.  This position is responsible for selling memberships, securing membership renewals, promoting the mission of ABC, supporting the strategic plan and vision for the Chapter, supporting and promoting education programs, planning and promoting events, and assisting the Chapter in educating key audiences on merit shop issues in the construction industry. Regular visits with members, prospects, education contacts, and political, business, and community leaders are a priority. This position reports directly to the Vice President of Chapter Services.

The ideal candidate must be a proven self-starter willing to take responsibility of growing and servicing our membership under the guidance of Chapter leadership. The successful candidate will also be able to take direction, to be innovative, to be interested in making suggestions to improve programs, and to be creative in packaging and promoting membership.

Necessary skills:

  • Sales and customer-service oriented individual who can develop new business and is comfortable with fundraising, relationship development, recruiting new members, and building new business partners.   
  • Adept with Microsoft products, social media, current technology.
  • Ability to nurture ongoing relationships with members to reach and exceed annual retention goals.
  • Must be a proven task-oriented self-starter who thrives in an independent work environment.
  • Well-organized, goal-oriented and attention to detail.
  • Articulate and comfortable calling members and prospective members to track down information, following up on lapsed memberships, and responding to inquiries.
  • Must be coachable, willing to learn, and confident in proposing innovative ideas to management.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Promote and track member involvement in ABC programs and services, committees, projects, and political action (to generate and maintain 90%+ member retention).
  • Schedule prospect visits and follow-ups (minimum goal is to secure two new members per month).
  • Conduct new member visits/orientations and member visits.
  • Develop and implement strategy for increasing non-dues revenue.
  • Motivate and coordinate membership promotion by members and various committees.
  • Identify, recruit, provide member services and track benefits provided to corporate sponsors to ensure that all sponsors receive benefits offered.
  • Actively maintain and use the association management software (AMS), to record prospects, prospect visits, member meeting notes, new member records, renewal records, event registrations, and other Chapter member related data.
  • Attend staff meetings, board meetings, and events in various regions and participate in various teleconferences.
  • Provide members with information on government and legislative issues, safety services, education programs, business referrals and construction user relations.
  • Work with chapter education staff to promote all education and training programs (including supplier donations and a minimum 10% increase in enrollment).
  • Respond promptly to inquiries from prospective members, members, directors, and others.
  • Assist in creating and updating membership and marketing materials, including letters, flyers for upcoming events, welcome packets, fact sheets, directories, surveys, and others.
  • Assist the Chapter leadership as necessary in planning and executing events and day-to-day operations of the office.

Location:

Annapolis MD based, but on-the-road 90% of time primarily within the Maryland based chartered region of the Chapter.

Compensation:

This is a full-time non exempt position. Pay is base salary plus incentive.

Other: 

College degree preferred but not required. Demonstrated understanding of Sandler Sales Training and Covey 7 Habits of Effective People are a plus.

Language skills:

Accurate, professional English writing and public speaking skills are essential. Ability to respond to inquiries from members in a professional and friendly way. Ability to speak effectively to members, prospects, partners, elected officials and to the general public.

Reasoning ability:

Must be able to identify and orchestrate tasks necessary to accomplish a goal. Must be personable and able to relate and interface effectively with contractors, educators, and other business professionals.

Transportation:

Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and automobile insurance. Vehicle occasionally needed to transport displays and materials for events, tradeshows, and booths.

Physical Demands: 

Must be able to drive, lift up to 15 pounds, sit, stand.

Work Environment:

This employee works independently out of a regional satellite office. Expected to occasionally physically work out of central office based in Annapolis, MD.

Other:

  • Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time;
  • This description reflects managements assignment of essential functions, it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned;
  • This job description is subject to change at any time. 
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Painting Instructor (Livermore, CA)

Wednesday, May 19, 2021 7:57 AM
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS - northern california chapter OFFICE

Position Title Painting Instructor   
Reports to:  Facility Training Manager
Location:             Livermore, CA

 

To Apply: contact [email protected].

Job Summary: Provide classroom instructions in the Painting trade and maintain classroom conduct, information, material, equipment, tools and labs. The instructor is also tasks with conducting job-site visits to member job sites to ensure compliance with program rules and regulations, job-site safety protocol, and state supervision compliance.

Essential Functions:

  • Instruct and supervise apprentices safely in required classroom and hands-on training
  • Oversee apprentices conduct in the classroom to ensure that apprentices are following established classroom guidelines
  • Print, secure, administer, grade, and turn in apprentice exams and performance profiles
  • Conduct apprentice evaluation for classroom performance
  • Assess apprentices’ knowledge to ensure they have met minimum requirements to pass the performance profiles per NCCER’s regulations
  • Administer and process all required classroom documentation
  • Conduct training within NCCER’s guidelines utilizing NCCER standardized curriculum
  • Develop and maintain labs for specific trade including:
    • Responsible for tracking and maintaining supplies and preparing material orders/requests for approval
    • Responsible for notifying the Training Director of all classroom tools, equipment, and materials that are damaged
    • Develop hands-on classroom training exercises and step-by-step procedures for all apprentices
  • Identify supplemental instruction for courses
  • Develop hands-on fieldtrips for apprentices
  • Identify and schedule special guest speakers/industry professionals for classes
  • Ensure that safety is adhered to and that apprentices wear appropriate attire and have personal protective equipment donned at all times when necessary
  • Conduct job site visits in order to identify, address potential issues, and to determine the need to add additional information to the curriculum
    • One per off week minimum unless otherwise approved by Facility Training Manager
    • A detailed report of job site visits turned in to the Facility Training Manager by the end of business on the Friday of the off week unless prior approval is given
    • If unable to perform job site visit a written report of who, when, and how they were contacted will need to be turned in to the Facility Training Manager by the end of business on the Friday of the off week unless prior approval is given
  • Attend career fairs and assist in the recruiting of new apprentices
  • Other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skill and Experience:

Professional Skills: Ability to set a professional and positive image for the Association, assume the position of role model for the students and have strong leadership skills. Ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion with student issues and matters of personal student privacy is required. Must be a self-motivated team player and be able to work under minimal supervision. Must have the ability and creativity to prepare classroom instruction, create labs and invent new projects. Instructors must be certified through the NCCER to present classroom material.

Computer Skills: proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Publisher, Adobe programs, and Estimating/Scheduling programs.

Equipment Operation: knowledge of common office equipment operation including copiers, mail machines, fax machines, etc.                                                                  

Trade Knowledge: proficient in general construction operations with emphasis at a journey level for the trade being taught.  Electrical instructors must be State of California certified electricians.

Must have high school diploma or GED equivalent.

Supervision Exercised: Direct supervision over apprentices in the classroom.

Physical Demands:

  • May have exposure to heat, cold, fumes, and chemicals.
  • Wear personal protective equipment (hard hat, safety glasses, high visibility safety vest, fall protection, hearing protection, respiratory protection)
  • Able to work at least 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week.  Additional Saturday shifts may be required.
  • Able to sit at a desk for up to 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week.
  • Able to stand and conduct hands-on lab for up to 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week.
  • Conditions include climbing ladders and stairs, standing, stooping, bending, crouching, kneeling, sitting, reaching, and able to lift heavy objects in excess of 50 pounds and pushing and pulling of objects is required
  • Able to drive for long periods of time and possess valid California driver’s license.
  • Operate lift equipment
  • Work from all types of ladders (step ladders up to 14', "A" frame ladders, and all size extension ladders), carry and relocate up to 12' step ladder by one's self, and work from scaffolding including planks on A ladders
  • Instructor’s personal weight and personal tools cannot exceed weight limit of ladder (Class 1-250 lbs., Class 1A-300 lbs.)
  • Repetitive use of arms, hands, and fingers
  • If needed, utilize construction site sanitary facilities (Porta-Johns)
  • Commute to/from jobsites
  • Commute to/from training locations as scheduled by ABC NorCal
  • Specific vision abilities required by this trade include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, color recognition, and ability to adjust focus
  • Instructors whose vision requires the use of corrective lenses are permitted to wear safety glasses whose lenses provide correction or contact lenses on the jobsite
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