We are in search of a Part-Time REGION ASSOCIATE STAFF in Twin Falls, ID
High school graduation or equivalent. Two years of clerical or secretarial experience. Completion of one academic year at a college or vocational-technical school may substitute for one year of experience. Successful completion of a high school office practices curriculum may substitute for six months of required experience. Possesses a valid drivers license.
Knowledge and Abilities:
1. Office skills including telephone techniques, proficiency in Microsoft Word/Windows (current version), punctuation, spelling, English usage, composition, proofreading, filing, math and bookkeeping, office equipment operation.
2. Prioritize duties; serve as a liaison between Region Director and members; develop a working knowledge of the Association.
3. Perform assigned duties independently.
4. Effective working relationship with others.
Any or all of the following duties:
1. Acts as a receptionist; answers telephone, sets up/maintains manual and computer filing system, opens and distributes mail; prepares and posts outgoing mailings.
2. Types, prepares and/or duplicates reports, materials, minutes, correspondence, and brochures/flyers, as directed.
3. Maintains region office inventory; keeps a record of region financial expenditures.
4. Makes meeting, workshop and travel arrangements as assigned.
5. Makes delivery and pick-up of materials as necessary.
6. Serves on committees; attends meetings as assigned.
7. Performs other relevant duties as assigned.
Supervisor: IEA Manager of Administrative Services
We are in search of IEA’s next top Executive Director.
POSITION OVERVIEW/ ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Make all major administrative decisions for the Association
• Ensure necessary services to local associations, delegating this responsibility as necessary
• Work in partnership with the IEA President
• Assist the IEA President in planning and organizing governance meetings of the Association
• Serve as advisor to the Board of Directors and its committees
• Assist the Board of Directors in understanding its policy development responsibilities
• Execute organizational policy
• Serve with the IEA President as the designated official spokesperson of the Association
• Facilitate internal and external communications
• Serve as managing editor of any IEA publications
• Keep abreast of professional and educational trends
• Serve as the Association’s liaison with all relevant agencies and organizations
• Serve as chief of staff
• Provide leadership for staff commitment to Association policy
• Coordinate and supervise the UniServ program
• Assign staff resources to programs and projects as deemed necessary
• Coordinate, direct, and evaluate the work of IEA employees, delegating supervision to other
management employees as appropriate
• Serve as fiduciary agent to the Board of Directors
• Facilitate the development of the Association budget with governance
• Advise the Board of Directors on financial and budgetary conditions
• Administer and monitor the Association budget
• Oversee compliance with legal and regulatory requirements
• Ensure the proper management of all property owned and leased by the Association
• Direct the collective bargaining with IEA staff and administer the Master Agreement
• Oversee the research, development, and evaluation of programs and their implementation at the local
and state levels
• Advise elected and appointed leadership on program development and implementation
• Assess effectiveness of program activity
• Retain ultimate responsibility for the program of legal services, making final decisions on legal actions
involving services to members and actions on behalf of the Association
• Ensure the development and implementation of effective membership recruitment and retention
programs for all categories of Association membership
Subsidiaries and Related Organizations
• Serve as chief executive officer of the IEA Member Benefits Corporation, assigning staff
responsibilities, overseeing the financial affairs, and supervising the daily operations
• Serve as Secretary/Treasurer of the IEA Children’s Fund, advising the officers and Board in all matters
and overseeing administration of the Fund
• Serve as Secretary/Treasurer of the Political Action Committee for Education
Deadline for submission is Friday, March 1st, 2019.