The CEO will be responsible for overseeing all organizational operations and working with the Board of Directors to establish strategic direction and fulfill the mission, vision, and goals of the organization.
The successful candidate will have experience serving as a leader in professional associations, along with experience in strategic thinking/planning and management of strategic initiatives and programs. The candidate will possess proven leadership in some or all of the following areas: budgeting and financial management, driving organizational growth, building collaborative relationships internally and externally, managing/coaching staff for excellent service delivery, and effectively working with and developing volunteers.
The CEO will work collaboratively and advise the 9-member AAACN board. Staff management responsibilities will include 3 FTEs through one direct report, the AAACN Director of Association Services. In addition, the CEO will be responsible for the services provided by assigned staff from various AJJ functional departments (i.e., Accounting, Conference Management, Corporate Marketing, Creative Design and Production, Editorial, Education, Fulfillment, Internet, and PR/Association Marketing). The CEO may also be assigned an additional smaller association based on the needs of AJJ.
The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:
Licensed Registered Nurse required
Master’s degree in nursing, health care, business, education, or related field; Doctorate preferred
Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential or commitment to obtain the CAE when eligible
Progressively responsible experience as a leader in professional associations including experience in strategic thinking/planning and leading strategic initiatives
Management or higher level administrative experience in work setting or nonprofit entity
Well-developed analytical, critical, and systems thinking skills
Excellent writing, public speaking, and interpersonal skills
Effective in building and maintaining strong board-staff partnerships
Strong skills in team-building, coaching, mentoring, and developing board, other volunteers, and staff
Ability to travel to meet client needs (approximately 5% of time and may increase)
The CEO will be an employee of AJJ and assigned to function as the AAACN CEO. The job requires a minimum of 37.5 hours per week with some weekend and evening work.
The CEO will work at the AJJ office located in Pitman, NJ, approximately 30 minutes southeast of Philadelphia.
The projected start date is October 2, 2017. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To receive full consideration, candidates are encouraged to submit their materials as soon as possible.
AMSN and MSNCB are managed by Anthony J. Jannetti (AJJ), Inc., a national health care association management, marketing, communications, and publishing firm with headquarters in Pitman, NJ.
Providing a broad spectrum of services to associations within the health care industry for more than 40 years, AJJ, Inc. offers full and partial association management services, depending on the varying needs of each client.