This is a full-time, exempt position. Compensation is dependent on experience. ASDS employees enjoy excellent benefits, including 100% employer-paid medical, dental, and life insurance. In addition, generous 401K match, vacation days and holiday schedule, paid sick time, and a hybrid work environment.
4 Year Degree
Telecommuting is allowed.
POSITION TITLE: Corporate Fundraising and Tradeshow Manager
REPORTS TO: Director of Development and Industry Relations
SUPERVISES: Development and Industry Relations Assistant
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, corporate fundraising and advertising programs, including sponsorship, educational grants, in-kind donations, and promotional programs. Oversees the development of all pricing strategies and collateral marketing material to promote all corporate sales opportunities. Prepares reports for leadership reflecting trends and financial outcomes. Is staff liaison for the Tradeshow Work Group.
Working with the Director of Development and Industry Relations and organization’s staff, secures sponsorships for ASDS programs and services; IAC membership; ad sales; and educational grants and in-kind support for ASDS educational programs and the annual meeting.
Designs and executes sponsorship and exhibit recognition packages and lead the sales process and follow up support, as necessary
Manages inquiries, special requests, invitations, letters of agreement and exhibitor graphics.
Provide on-site sponsor management for our regional meetings and annual meeting
Accountable and responsible for trade show project management, financial management, and oversight of all aspects of trade show delivery for all ASDS regional courses, national annual meeting, and new events with exhibiting opportunities. Manages exhibit space applications and booth assignments for all ASDS meetings.
Administrative and operational duties associated with exhibits and sponsorship sales including invoicing, fulfillment of contracted deliverables and initiating and submitting sponsor benefits for deliverables
Provide on-site exhibit management for regional meetings and annual meetings
Manages the print and online advertising sales from solicitation to placement in ASDS website, publications, and materials.
Develops professional relationships with existing and potential corporate supporters to build meaningful, long-term mutually rewarding relationships.
Communicate with exhibitors and sponsors to determine and fulfill their needs, communicate with general service contractors, and exhibit management vendor
Follow up with corporate supporters to ensure expectations were met (survey, conference calls, etc.) for all branding/sponsorship involvement as part of an overall strategy to nurture and grow corporate relationships
Data Management, Analysis and Reporting
Manages the maintenance of the industry database and exhibitor files
Creates reports for analysis and history to support creation of dashboards, year-over-year comparisons, and revenue tracking to report to the Development and Industry Relations Director
Collaborates with several departments and ASDS program-owners to determine corporate support financial goals.
Manages all corporate revenue and expense budgets.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Development and Industry Relations Director.
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 with online exhibition management platform A2Z a plus
Experience in organizing and executing sponsorship programs, obtaining, and processing educational grants, and advertising sales.
Professional demeanor that can effectively work with senior level corporate executives
Excellent organizational skills
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 manage multiple priorities effectively and efficiently under tight deadlines
Interacts well with all levels of Society leadership, industry partners, membership, and staff
The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery(ASDS) is a 501(c) 3 organization, founded in 1970. With 6,500 dermatologic surgeon members across the country, ASDS operates a $8.0 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.