Position Title: Association Manager
Association Manager is responsible for overseeing the operations of the association, providing administrative support and the coordination of services necessary to comply with USBC bylaws and policies and may require working evenings and weekends. For example: process membership, record retention, and financial stability.
Reports to and is selected/hired by the board, who will allocate additional human and financial resources on a task basis as necessary. Association Manager reports to the board on a regular basis (at least quarterly); to national as requested; and to the membership at least once a year.
• Association Manager receives reports from staff and committee chairs.
• If staffed, paid clerical assistant(s) will report directly to the Association Manager.
• Volunteers assigned to support the Association Manager will report to the Association Manager for those tasks assigned by the Association Manager or association board.
Duties and Responsibilities
In addition to the mandatory requirements in the USBC Bylaws and USBC Association Policy Manual, the duties and responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to the following:
Implement directives of the association board
Responsible for hiring and managing office staff (if appropriate)
Responsible for membership and awards processing
Oversee membership recruitment
Maintain averages and yearbooks
Oversee public relations campaigns
Responsible for organizing special events, tournaments, clinics
Report as necessary to those governing bodies as directed
The Association Manager should have knowledge of bowling; management, customer service, office and organizational skills; and basic computer skills. Experience with processing USBC memberships, MS Word; strong communication skills; and two years sales and marketing/public relations experience preferred; three years on a bowling association board.
Throughout employment, an individual must be approved through the Registered Volunteer Program. (Merged and Non-merged Youth associations)
•High School diploma
•Communication training or experience
•Business management skills (finance, marketing, selling programs, organization, planning)
•Knowledge of bowling
•Interpersonal relationship skills (customer service)
•Knowledge of current technology (computers, etc.)
•Desirable, but not mandatory skills:
•Proven promotional abilities/success increasing membership/image of organization