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This recruitment ad describes the required skills, duties, and qualifications for the open position of chamber president and CEO.
This job description outlines the general responsibilities; essential functions; skills and abilities; education, training, and experience; personality characteristics; and physical requirements for the chamber president and CEO. The document also includes a description of the Branson area and an overview of the chamber, including an organizational chart.
This position description details the essential functions and position requirements for the Director of Advocacy. The director of advocacy is charged with building, implementing, and managing all aspects of the government affairs program of The Chamber, inclusive of a pro-business agenda, policy research, grassroots efforts, managing issues committees, working with elected officials and coordinating educational opportunities. He/she also represents the interests of the business community at the federal, state and local levels.
This position description explains the principle duties and responsibilities; knowledge, skills, and abilities; and work and physical requirements for the Senior Vice President of Education and Workforce. The senior vice president is responsible for the development and management of the chamber’s education and workforce program which represents the collective best interest of chamber membership. Program involves working with membership and regional partners on developing public policy, developing strategies to implement policies, developing relationships with strategic education and workforce partners in all levels, developing and implementing programmatic partnerships that further the chamber’s goals, such as Tulsa’s Young Professionals, Partners in Education, Oklahoma Scholars and College Access Career Readiness Coaches and positioning the chamber as the lead business organization for public policy relating to education and workforce.
This position description for the chamber’s vice president of workforce development explains the purpose, goals and objectives, required qualifications, and essential duties of the position.
This position description for the chamber's manager of workforce development describes the goals of the position as well as its essential functions.
This position description explains the duties and required skills for the chamber's senior director of workforce development. The senior director is charged with leading the workforce development department in addressing the current and future needs of Northeast Florida employers and job seekers; directing financial, staff and volunteer resources to facilitate implementation of programs and projects addressing these needs; and partnering with the local workforce board to enhance ties to the business community.
The chamber's senior manager for workforce development is responsible for directing financial, staff and volunteer resources to facilitate implementation of programs and projects addressing the current and future workforce’s ability to fill the needs of First Coast employers; and partnering closely with WorkSource, Inc. to enhance ties to the Northeast Florida business community. This document includes the position's essential duties and responsibilities as well as its education, knowledge and skill requirements.
This is a job description for a workforce development director, to be responsible for the success of the chamber's Workforce Development Program (WDP). Responsibilities include hiring and training WDP employees; directing communication with partner schools, businesses and organizations involving workforce development activities; and planning and organizing workforce development career days, internships, career spotlight events, individual placements and other WDP activities.
This job description for the chamber president and CEO describes the function of the role and its responsibilities in several areas, including leadership, planning, membership, and finances.