Promotes the mission of the association through actions that support the effectiveness of ACTE’s volunteer leadership, activities that recognize outstanding CTE professionals, and initiatives to identify and cultivate engagement of members through volunteer and leadership opportunities. Oversees support for the Board of Directors, Executive Director, Committees, Task Forces and Advisory Groups. Directs the ACTE Awards program; serves as staff liaison on the Awards Committee and main administrator on the Awards Portal. Directs the association’s volunteer engagement opportunities and initiatives through Educators in Action. Provides strategic input and insight into Association initiatives. Maintains related leadership department documents, rosters and processes. Supervises the Project Coordinator.
Manage all Board of Directors activities, materials, and meeting logistics. Develop and monitor the budget for Board, Officer, and Executive activities. Draft minutes and action items at Board and Executive Committee meetings.
Plan and coordinate new Board orientation and Board training and development activities. Plan and coordinate Board transition activities and activities with past Board members. Maintain and update Board resource materials.
Coordinate and support the formation of task forces and advisory groups as needed. Serve as primary resource on staff overseeing standing committee activities, documents, appointments, and annual trainings.
Manage and set direction for growth of ACTE’s awards programs. Develop and monitor the annual budget for awards program activities. Manage the application process. Serve as the master administrator of the Awards Portal. Maintain public information and marketing pieces for the program. Serve as staff liaison on the National Awards Committee, and supporting state association awards programs through training and regular communications.
Plan and facilitate the annual Awards Banquet. Manage fulfillment of sponsor and award winner benefits.
Plan and facilitate the annual Student Trophy Design Contest.
Manage and set direction for growth of ACTE’s volunteer engagement initiative, Educators in Action. Develop and monitor the budget for the initiative. Manage all volunteer communications, including quarterly calls and newsletters. Identify, direct and coordinate new opportunities for engaging ACTE’s volunteers in alignment with the strategic plan.
Plan, facilitate and budget for the annual Educators in Action Reception and coordinate other annual volunteer recognition activities, such as the Volunteer of the Quarter
Supervise the Leadership Coordinator
Undertake special projects for the leadership department as required
Provide quality customer service in accordance with ACTE Customer Service Standards
Fulfill other duties as assigned
Minimum three (3) years’ experience in related position. Association experience preferred.
Bachelor degree required.
Proficiency in word processing, database operations, excel and electronic communications.
Must be able to prioritize, organize, multi-task and use time management skills.
Must be accurate and detail oriented.
Must have experience with budget development and maintenance.
Must be able to work irregular hours and travel as required.
Must have strong interpersonal, communication and listening skills.
Must have good written skills.
Must be able to work with minimal supervision and have good decision making skills.
About Association for Career and Technical Education
The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is the largest national education association dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for careers. Its core purpose is to provide leadership in developing an educated, prepared, adaptable and competitive workforce. The ACTE membership is composed of 25,000 career and technical educators, administrators, re...searchers, guidance counselors and others involved in planning and conducting career and technical education programs at the secondary, post-secondary and adult levels.