Responsible for managing the Society’s corporate fundraising and tradeshow activities. This includes all logistics planning, financial management, and execution of activities with respect to the organization's tradeshows and corporate fundraising programs, including sponsorship, educational grants, in-kind donations and promotional programs. Is staff liaison for the Development and Industry Relations and Tradeshow Work Groups.
Responsible for the Society’s tradeshows. Manages all aspects of exhibit space planning, sales, promotion and onsite logistics management. Serves as the primary contact to exhibitors and vendors for all meetings. Complies with ACCME Standards for Commercial Support in dealings with commercial sponsorship and educational grants relative to the annual meeting and educational programs. Understands the PhRMA and AdvaMed Code, Sunshine Act on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals and their implications for the organizations and in its dealings with commercial entities.
Effectively manages the finances relating to corporate fundraising and tradeshow activities. Responsible for the development and management of the annual budget, financial projections, and achieving stated financial goals. Makes adjustments to activity throughout the year in order to preserve a positive outcome. Provides revenue and expense spreads and re-forecasts as requested. Analyzes return on investment and makes recommendations accordingly. Working with the Finance Department, responsible for invoicing and tracking collections.
Travels out of town as needed to board, Industry Advisory Forum, ASDS courses, industry partners sites, strategic planning and work group meetings
Minimum 5-7 years experience in leading the planning and execution of not-for-profit corporate fundraising efforts or tradeshow management
Ability to identify sources of funding and solicit from industry
Experience in organizing and executing sponsorship programs, obtaining and processing educational grants, social corporate events and annual giving campaigns
Professional demeanor that can effectively work with senior level corporate executives
Excellent organizational skills
Sound judgment and problem-solver
Ability to think and plan strategically
Detail oriented, thorough, resourceful, and self-motivated
Ability to meet financial goals
Well-developed written, verbal, and analytical skills
Ability to effectively and efficiently manage multiple priorities under tight deadlines
Interacts well with all levels of Society leadership, industry partners, membership and staff
Competent skills in Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Additional Salary Information: Please provide salary expectations with your application.
About American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery(ASDS) is a 501(c) 3 organization, founded in 1970. With 6,400 dermatologic surgeon members across the country, ASDS operates a $7 million+ budget annually. It has two affiliated organizations--the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery Association (ASDSA)--its 501(c) 6 advocacy arm and Solutions for Association Management Services, Inc. (SAMI) a for-profit association management company. ASDS offers employees competitive pay, a flexible working environment, and excellent benefits.