Association Management Center, located in Chicago, is an internationally recognized, award-winning management company and one of the largest association management firms in the world. AMC is a trusted partner to more than 29 leading national and international organizations, and has a staff of more than 200 association professionals.
Position Summary Candidates will have knowledge of the construction industry and work with other staff and leaders to advance the association’s technical and research goals. Function in an operational, hands-on capacity and in a manner that maintains and expands the association’s reputation for professional and technical competence.
Position Responsibilities • Primary • Providing technical support and oversight for International Staple, Nail, and Tool Association (ISANTA) including: • Coordination/execution for the upkeep of the ICC ESR program • Involvement and reporting of ASTM and ANSI activities • Development and tracking of code proposals that impact ISANTA • Communication with various ISANTA committees on activities including Safety, Legal, and Standard Development events that could impact this membership. • Daily support of technical issues as they arise. This will involve direct contact with the end user, identification of the issue, research to resolve the issue, and communication of the resolution to the end user. • Secondary • Assist in the development of educational and technical documentation to support all Product Services clients. This includes research, writing, creation, and in some cases presentation of these educational programs • Daily technical support of end users and association members • Involvement and coordination of Committees and Task Groups specifically created to resolve technical issues. Staff function is to keep these efforts moving forward on task and to ensure that the reporting of status and results is done in a timely and complete manner to the Board, Association, and the general public. • Creation of informational/educational documents as required by the association • Assist with development and refinement of the technical programs and budgets.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications and demonstrated experience; • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, physics, material sciences or related field. • Minimum of three years work experience in construction or a construction related field • Knowledge and experience in the building code and standards community is preferred • Experience with ASTM and ANSI are a plus • Ability to travel out of state (and potential international) as required. • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. • Strong desire to “find or create solutions” in order to satisfy the needs of the association and the end user. • Must be able to organize, manage, and complete multiple projects/priorities as a regular “business day”. • Ability to think ahead and plan accordingly. • Intermediate computer proficiency. • Commitment to company values.
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