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Membership Services Coordinator

JOB TITLE: Membership Services Coordinator
DEPARTMENT IN GFWC: Membership Department
REPORTS TO: Director of Membership Services & Programs

JOB SUMMARY:

Assist Director of Membership Services & Programs with providing services and information directly to GFWC membership.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Answer questions related to membership matters
    • Dues, timelines, deadlines, donations, events, newsletters, etc.
  • Provide special recognition pins to members and certificates to clubs as appropriate
  • Manage GFWC member grants
  • GFWC Marketplace inventory development, management, and sales
  • GFWC association database maintenance and management
  • Maintain GFWC donor database
    • Prepare acknowledgement letters to all donors
  • Connect potential members to clubs either via the State Federation or State Membership Chairman
  • Prepare New Club Kits to all new clubs
  • Provide a quarterly milestone club Recruitment Campaigns for inclusion in Clubwoman Magazine
  • Maintain member subscriptions
  • Serve as staff liaison to GFWC National Leadership Committee
  • Collect LEADS applications and prepare materials for annual LEADS seminar at the GFWC Annual Convention

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Customer service experience
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Customer database experience
  • Ability to work with diverse staff and volunteers

TO APPLY:

Submit cover letter and résumé via email with “Membership Services Coordinator” in the subject line to Melanie Gisler, Director of Membership Services and Programs, at mgisler@gfwc.org.

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