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This document lists job descriptions for boards of directors as well as a code of conduct for chamber meetings. It is designed to be inserted into a leadership manual.
This document explains the roles and importance of board and staff liaisons to committees. It includes sample position descriptions for liaisons between committees and the board of directors, who act as advisers and advocates for the committees; and liaisons between committees and the chamber staff, who serve as a resource for the committees.
This position lists the duties and necessary qualifications for the vice president of membership development, who staffs all membership activities and coordinates membership maintenance and retention programs; is responsible for the sale of and enrollment of new memberships to meet growth objectives; and takes the lead role in chamber collection and retention programs.
This position description for sales manager includes information about salary, benefits and commissions.
This position description for chamber president states that the president "is accountable for the effective and efficient operation of all organizational activities of the chamber and its foundation." It includes brief summaries about the chamber and Rochester.
This position description explains the duties of the chamber vice president, who also serves as the director of the Convention and Visitors Bureau. The vice president is expected to develop and supervise committee programs to gain membership support, and generate community interest in chamber programs and events.
This position description states that the Event and Program Director is expected to develop, plan, coordinate, promote and execute chamber events and programs, as well as manage all aspects of the events/programs, and coordinate with the Marketing & PR Manager to project a clear, consistent message to the chamber membership.
This position description states that the manager is responsible for the development and execution of an estimated 15 events a year, which involves selling sponsorships; creating marketing materials; maintaining budgets; and coordinating details with sponsors, vendors, staff, volunteers, and host locations.
This position description notes that the Director of Operations will be responsible for all operational aspects of chamber activities, to include coordination of the Annual Business Plan, organizational structure and procedures, motivation of volunteers, income and expenditures, employment and human resources matters, training and supervision of staff, implementation of policy, development of the annual operating budget, membership development, maintenance of facilities, and long-range planning.
This document contains the position description for the chamber president/CEO, as well as the paperwork for evaluating the CEO's performance.