Summary: The Manager, Board and Governance is responsible for the governance functions and activities related to ASTHO???s Assembly of Members, Board of Directors, Executive Committee, policy committees, and standing committees.
Anticipated salary: $74,000 Extended experience: up to $88,000 if experience exceeds expectations
Manages the activities of the Board of Directors including, but not limited to, the development of agendas and meeting packets, conducting meeting follow-up as needed, preparing meeting minutes, tracking Board member terms of service, assisting with Board and Officer elections, and managing the member appointment process for all Board standing committees.
Manages the activities of the Executive Committee including, but not limited to, the development of agendas and meeting packets, conducting meeting follow-up as needed, preparing meeting minutes, and tracking Executive Committee member terms of service.
Manages the governance activities of the policy committees including conducting and tracking the annual appointment process.
Manages the activities of the Assembly of Members, including agenda development and preparation, preparing meeting minutes, annual election management, and assisting with the policy statement proposal/development/voting process.
Develops and maintains critical relationships with S/THOs, S/THO assistants, public health agency staff and affiliated organizations.
Collaborates with staff across the organization and maintains ongoing communication with leadership.
Monitors deadlines, prioritizes tasks, and ensures process steps are handled in proper sequence.
Utilizes ASTHO???s membership database and other tools to manage member communications and provide a high level of customer service.
Provides general support for the Executive Office for special projects, along with other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
3 years of managerial responsibility in governance and Board relations.
Nonprofit governance experience required, resulting in demonstrated knowledge and understanding of association governance operations.
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to deal diplomatically and discretely with confidential or sensitive situations and information.
Excellent writing, proofreading, and editing skills.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Solid computer skills, specifically Microsoft Office Suite.
Strong organizational and project management skills.