Supervision/General Position Description:
Works under the supervision of and reports to the Director of Board Development. Plans, coordinates and carries out meetings, conferences and the annual convention. Also provides oversight and support for executive search services to school districts statewide. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Board Development, Deputy Executive Director or the Executive Director.
Commensurate with experience and background, with a starting salary range of $42,200 - $63,200
Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance. OSBA also participates in Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) and pays the employee's contribution.
Essential Job Functions:
• Provides oversight and support for executive search services to school districts statewide. Assist school boards in fulfilling this responsibility including advising a member on how to facilitate community meetings to establish a candidate profile, comply with public meetings laws, advising on process to use from interview, selection and ultimate hire.
• Plans, coordinates and carries out Association meetings and conferences and the annual convention; including working with the Member Services Attorney to negotiate and obtain signed contracts on OSBA’s behalf with appropriate hotels.
• Manages the housing reservations, registration and food services processes for meetings, conferences and convention.
• Supervises the Board Development Assistant in the housing reservation and registration processes.
• Keeps up to date on issues affecting the meeting planning industry.
• Responsible for all OSBA staff travel arrangements.
• Provides planning and oversight of the executive search process, under the direction of the Director of Board Development.
• Assists members with the executive search process.
Minimum Job Qualifications:
Associates degree in related field or the equivalent or two years of relevant training or experience is preferred.
Understanding of the process and procedures required for all aspects of planning meetings, conferences and conventions and the ability to develop and maintain appropriate contacts with hotels and other meeting suppliers.
Demonstrates knowledge of public meetings and records and ethics laws affecting public school boards.
Knowledge of and ability to effectively apply rules, laws and best practices related to hiring.
Excellent background and skills in the English language, to include vocabulary, spelling, grammar, reference skills and general editing.
Touch typing and computer experience including word processing. Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Word and database software is required. Knowledge of Word Perfect is preferred.
To apply submit the following materials to:
1. A cover letter;
2. A completed application form;
3. Names and contact information for 3 references;
4. Current resume.
Closing Date: 5:00 p.m. May 10, 2018 or until filled
Interviews: May 14-18, 2018
Commence Work: June 1, 2018