Part time (less than 20 hrs/week), remote-based position responsible for increasing membership and assisting in the development of recruitment activities within the areas assigned. This position is responsible for providing a progressively positive member experience from recruitment through retention including contributing to and executing an action plan for prospect-to-member outreach, new and renew member engagement, and other various responsibilities that support implementation of the membership initiatives of ACSA’s strategic plan.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives general direction and reports to the Senior Director of Member Services
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Effectively uses ACSA’s non-member site administrator data to recruit new members.
Identifies additional potential members of other job-alike categories.
Develops an active non-member database for membership recruitment purposes.
Creates opportunities/events and other outreach efforts specifically targeting non-members to showcase the value of membership with the goal of recruitment.
Assist in implementing membership recruitment/retention strategies.
Works with staff to develop customized information and performs active follow up to ensure the turning of the prospect into a member.
Follow up with prospects and new members to address their questions and concerns.
Stay apprised of association activities, policies, and services to respond to inquiries.
Run rosters, exports and reports from Excel files and contact management software program.
Works collaboratively with necessary parties within assigned areas to foster and build relationships to enhance recruitment efforts.
Effectively communicates member benefits through presentations where appropriate and where non-members are present.
Identify defunct/dead ACSA charters for the purpose of reactivation.
Contact county offices as assigned for the purpose of recruiting members.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Sitting and working at a computer workstation for extended periods
Some travel within assigned California region may be required for recruitment outreach.
ACSA Mission, governance structure, membership model and value proposition
Speak knowledgeably and persuasively regarding the benefits and value of ACSA membership before groups in both virtual and in-person settings.
Excellent command of the English language, bilingual in Spanish helpful.
Experience in K-12 education community
Must be a current ACSA member in good standing
Telephone sales and marketing skills experience preferred
Proficient with or aptitude to learn technology and software programs such as videoconferencing, cloud-based systems (Association Management Software, Timekeeping and Employee Self-Service, etc.), social networking and Microsoft Office Suite (word, Excel, Outlook) to effectively participate in meetings and events, conduct outreach and report metrics.
About Association of California School Administrators
The Association of California School Administrators is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the United States, serving more than 17,000 California educators.
ACSA’s top priority is advocating for public school students in kindergarten through grade 12, as well as adult learners. Our mission is to be the driving force of education in California and beyond.
Administrators in California had long talked of forming an umbrella organization that encompassed their varied professional functions. Formed in July, 1971, ACSA became the first operative united administrator organization in the nation.
Since ACSA’s inception, administrator associations in 39 states have moved toward some form of consolidated or umbrella organization. ACSA is the only association in the nation that encompasses the broad spectrum of the management/leadership team.
ACSA serves administrators in 19 regions throughout California, each made up of local charters.