The SMACNA Chapter serving Oregon and SW Washington is seeking to fill the role of Chapter Executive to serve and promote the needs of member contractors who have legally assigned their collective bargaining rights to this Chapter.
This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic leader to establish and maintain industry partnerships to advance our world-class trade association. Reporting to the Board of Directors, our Executive Director is responsible for the overall strategic operation, management, and administration of the Chapter and is charged with furthering the objectives of the Chapter for the benefit of its members. The Executive Director leads an annual strategic planning session and works closely with the board to develop the organization s vision and strategic focus.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Represent SMACNA contractors to Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation (SMART) local union and other unions and associations. Participate and/or organize a variety of labor and management-oriented activities such as collective bargaining negotiations, management representation for any grievances, labor contract administration, labor/management meetings, and training and education.
Represent the contractors in cooperating with other trade groups and unions in the local region.
As a Trustee with fiduciary responsibility, represent contractors interests on the JATC Trust, Industrial Pension, Master Pension, and Health Trust.
Organize, facilitate, and appropriately disseminate information of Chapter, Board, Committee, Task Force and Trust meetings.
Develop and maintain effective relationships with the Board of Directors, labor partnerships, membership, staff, elected officials and governmental agencies, and other organizations necessary to further the Chapter s objectives.
Establish a sound organizational structure to direct and coordinate programs and major activities, increase member engagement with association activities, and maximize staff performance.
Prepare annual budget, maintain Chapter financial accounts, ensure financial integrity, and assure organizational financial stability and security.
Ensure that the Board of Directors is proactively and fully informed of the condition and operations of the Chapter.
Apprise membership of appropriate legislative issues at the local, state, and national level; and support and participate in Chapter and industry sponsored legislative initiatives.
Plan, formulate, and recommend for approval membership programs, services, and partnerships to grow Chapter membership.
Assure appropriate filings are made with all required governmental authorities, and declaratory documents are secured and maintained.
Write, or have written, reports for the Chapter Board, Committees, Task Forces, and Trusts; and maintain records for informational, legal and historical purposes.
Working with the Chapter s Director of Membership Services, oversee and support membership activities and functions such as member communications, membership meetings, trade shows and social functions among others.
Provide the necessary liaison and staff support to industry committees to enable them to properly perform their functions. Submit committee decisions and recommendations to the Board of Directors.
Ensure that all funds, physical assets, and other property of the Chapter are appropriately safeguarded and administered.
Represent our Local Chapter at National Association activities and disseminate appropriate information to the association s members.
Establish the annual calendar.
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