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The Chief Operations Officer (“COO”) is the second highest ranking position at the Chamber and is the Chief Assistant to the Chamber President & CEO. The COO is also responsible for helping coordinate the daily operations of the Chamber and acts as the Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer, responsible for financial oversight, accounts payable and receivables.
This position description outlines the education, skills, and essential functions of the Chief Operation Officer. The COO must effectively demonstrate visionary leadership resulting in outstanding mission and operating success. In partnership with the CEO, the COO makes discretionary decisions in support of the Board and the CEO in keeping with the strategic plan, goals, objectives, policies and procedures. This individual is the chief revenue development officer for the Chamber while also coordinating revenue activities with its affiliates. Areas of responsibility include membership investments, financial oversight, building operations, human resources, IT, events, programs and all internal operations of the organization.
This position description outlines the basic function, qualifications and requirements, and responsibilities of the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer. The COO/CFO is responsible for the implementation of the Chamber’s overall strategic plan, including the regional expansion of members and offices throughout the region. He/she is also responsible for key internal operational functions, as well as the financial management of the CRCC working with the Finance and Accounting Department.
This position description outlines the responsibilities and expectations for members of the board of directors.
This position profile outlines the duties and requirements for the President and Chief Executive Officer. The overall responsibility of this position is to plan, organize and direct operations of the Chamber to effectively execute the annual Work Plan. The CEO is responsible for the Chamber budget; employment, termination, training and supervision of staff; interpretation of policy; maintenance of facilities; and other duties as directed by the Board of Directors. The President reflects the Chamber’s communications and outreach to the community and must constantly strive to develop a better public understanding of the purpose and functions of the Chamber. This document also includes information about the Chamber and the Hutchinson/Reno area.
This position description details the primary responsibilities and skills, education, and experience of the President and CEO. This individual is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Chamber and its contracted entities within approved Chamber policy, such as the Paris Visitors and Convention Council and the Love Civic Center, business/financial plans and budgets.
The President/CEO of the Peoria Arizona Chamber of Commerce has the daily responsibility of retaining and expanding Chamber membership by ensuring that all members receive a high return on their membership investment with relevant, responsive and timely services, initiatives, programs and events. Our successful President/CEO will sustain relationships with community, government, and educational institutions and forge new connections with current and potential strategic partners to ensure that the Chamber remains a strong and relevant influence in the region. This document includes the ideal candidate experience, critical competencies for success, and position responsibilities.
This job description for the chamber's Director of Research and Evaluation explains the duties of the position as well as the required education, skills, and experience.
This is an example Workforce Development position description. It explains the duties and required education, skills, and experience for the Business Education Program Manager. The Business Education Program Manger works closely with the L.A. Compact and Los Angeles Unified School District to support business-education partnerships.
This is an example Workforce Development position description. The Career Specialist is a manager level position and will work directly with business and education partners to connect students with opportunities to explore and experience 21st Century career pathways. The position will facilitate opportunities that prepare students for participation in private sector jobs and executing this work in assigned Los Angeles high schools. The specialist will be positioned to work directly on school campuses and must be able to work effectively with the Chamber, employers, school administrators, teachers and students as well as related partners.