The Nashville LGBT Chamber is hiring a part time Membership and Events Coordinator. Interested applicants are invited to send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
The Nashville LGBT Chamber Membership and Events Coordinator works closely with the Executive Director to support members and coordinate events. Responsibilities include using and expanding upon current systems to onboard new members and retaining current members. The Membership and Events Coordinator will ensure regular communications with LGBT Chamber members and supporters through verbal, written, website, and social media channels. The Coordinator will help the Executive Director and committees organize events related to networking, education, and fundraising.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
Learn current systems and be able to maximize the potential of ChamberMaster (the website/member directory/database), and Emma (the email marketing tool).
Work in ChamberMaster to ensure new and current members receive timely and appropriate communications such as invoices, receipts, welcome letters, renewals, event follow up letters, etc.
Work with members to help them maximize their LGBT Chamber membership.
Work with Membership Committee to execute the Membership Lifecycle strategies.
Work with Executive Director to identify opportunities to improve membership benefits, communications, and programming.
Keep website engaging and current.
Send regular communications to members and subscribers such as newsletters, event calendars, calls to action, and follow ups.
Coordinate LGBT Chamber and Foundation events in ChamberMaster.
Work with the Events Committee to execute tasks related to TASTE and the Excellence in Business Awards.
Serve as a liaison to TASTE participants including vendors, venue, sponsors, etc.
Serve as a liaison to Business Awards participants including venue, sponsors, presenters, etc.
Attend monthly Brewing up Business events to assist with set up, registration, and recruitment of new members.
Attend Power Lunch events to assist with set up, registration, and recruitment of new members.
Meet weekly, in person, with the Executive Director.
Draft membership reports for Executive Director to share with Board of Directors.
Other duties as assigned.
Have a personal connection to the LGBT community and a passion for the work of the Chamber
Show ability to be able to work independently and/or remotely
Be a fast-learner
Anticipate different expectations of various types of members
Have excellent verbal and written communication skills
Display discipline to work responsibly in social environments
Bring innovative ideas to a membership organization
Seek professional development opportunities
The following skills are preferred:
Previous experience working in a CMS
Previous experience organizing and managing events
Template and graphic design
Website content development and management