Primary Function: The Executive Director shall serve as the administrator for daily functions of the North Texas chapter of the organization and shall have the day-to-day authority for its overall operation. He/she is considered part of the Leadership Team, recommending and participating in the formulation of the North Texas Association's goals, objectives, strategic plans, programs, policies, and budget. He/she guides and directs all programs and activities of the Association.
Responsibility and Authority: The Executive Director is responsible to the NARI North Texas President and Board of Directors and serves at its discretion. The authority necessary to carry out the duties and responsibilities is vested in the position.
Duties: Responsible for directing the overall operation of the North Texas Association in such a manner as to ensure its legal integrity, financial security and operational efficiency. Works with the Board of Directors to develop and monitor a long-range, strategic plan for the Association. Executes all decisions of the Board of Directors consistent with the strategic plan and annual budget.
Serves as the lead recruiter of prospective members and lead driver for retention of existing members. Expected to coordinate with Membership Committee Chair and Board of Directors to drive membership growth through relationships and quality programs. Maintains a high level of professionalism, follow-up of prospective members, proactive communication, and prompt responses to all communication.
Maintains accurate records and files on all current and expired Chapter members. Maintain contact with the NARI National Headquarters on a monthly basis to update and make changes in membership status, mailing addresses, contact names, etc., within the local Chapter.
Prepares the annual association budget with approval from the Board of Directors. Responsible for preparing monthly financial reports, membership reports, and overall strategic updates to the Board of Directors at monthly board meetings.
Attends all meetings of the Board of Directors and sets agendas in conjunction with Board President. Coordinates location, agenda, and speakers for the monthly dinner program. Attends all monthly dinner programs and additional committee and task force meetings as appropriate. Attendance at the NARI National Conferences is expected.
Responsible for coordinating and executing all events in conjunction with designated committee chairs. Responsible for recruiting committee chairs and members.
Establishes administrative policies and procedures designed to ensure efficient operation.
Designs, prepares, and distributes all official publications of the Chapter, including, but not limited to: bi-monthly Chapter newsletter, promotional brochures, and membership, meeting, and special event materials.
Retains outside professional services where and when appropriate to assist and support the ongoing activities and objectives of the Association. Such services may include legal counsel, accounting firms, and public relations firms.
Establishes and maintains good working relationships with related trade associations and public bodies. Serves with the President as the chief spokesperson on matters related to the association as well as the industry in general. Lead ambassador/liaison to NARI National and other local chapters.
Performs such other duties as may from time to time be assigned by the President to ensure the proper operation of the Chapter.
5+ years of sales, sales management or general management experience
Bachelor's degree (with solid academic standing)
Experience with Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook & Social Media required
Professional presentation and demeanor
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
Ability to effectively multitask and manage the demands of numerous events/projects
High level of customer service skills
Creative thinker with proven success thinking outside the box
Shows leadership characteristics and ability to complete tasks without direct supervision
Strong personal and business ethics
A driven, passionate and proactive leader
Civic-minded and actively involved in his or her community
Experience with QuickBooks a plus
Experience with event planning a plus
Experience in or knowledge of the remodeling industry a plus
Hours should vary per week depending on demands
Ability to work from home; office is provided as well
Competitive pay with bonus incentives
Growth opportunity as the organization grows/flourishes
About National Association of the Remodeling Industry, North Texas Chapter
NARI North Texas is the local North Texas chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. NARI is a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to setting the highest standards for home remodeling, offering consumers like you a convenient resource for high quality, fully accountable trade professionals, industry suppliers, product manufacturers, and financial service partners committed to doing your remodeling job right.
Texas does not require local general remodeling contractors to hold professional licenses. In light of this fact, NARI North Texas offers a reliable alternative. All of our members are reviewed by a board of peers and pledge to perform their work according to a stringent code of ethics.
NARI North Texas members follow best practices, maintain their industry knowledge through professional certifications and continuing education, and perform award-winning work.