The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is a community of professionals who believe in the power of interior design to improve the human experience. The leading organization for more than 25,000 interior designers across North America, we serve to unite people who share our belief and seek collaboration with those working to promote the value of interior design through networking, knowledge and information sharing, education and training, business support and advocacy.
As part of the Engagement Team, the Associate supports the work of the Chapter Program Director in the development and implementation of programs to engage ASID members at the local level, through support the ASID Chapter network and other national programs aimed at reaching members of the Society at the local chapter level to include interior designers, business partners, manufacturers and service providers, educators, and students within residential and commercial practice sectors.
The Associate, Chapter Development will work closely with all team members to support chapter development, compliance, operations, and general chapter board service needs. This position will also serve as a primary internal and external liaison to support administrative functions of the chapter framework.
An ideal candidate is an association management professional with experience in component relations and volunteer management, or professional equivalent, with the capacity to be business savvy and resourceful. Experience in the following areas is a plus in learning what is necessary to launch programs to support:
Ability to navigate stakeholders and work collaboratively to design solutions for successful outcomes.
Knowledge of governance issues and requirements and assisting chapters in navigating policies and bylaws.
Comfortable with public speaking.
Strong organizational skills aligned with running both in person and remote meetings that are strategic, purposeful and outcome driven.
Bachelor's degree required. Association Management experience a plus.
Minimum 3 - 5 years' experience with progressively increasing responsibilities in program development, program coordination, program management and working with volunteers.
This is a remote/hybrid role. Must live in the Washington, DC area.
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume for consideration. Applications without submission requirements will not be considered.