The membership manager has primary responsibility for all processes and communications associated with the society’s members. He or she will also serve as the editorial assistant for the society’s peer-reviewed journal. This is an excellent early career opportunity for candidates interested in association management and/or the geological sciences.
*Manage the membership application and renewal process using the society’s association management system
*Collaborate on membership recruitment and renewal campaigns
*Use a data-driven approach to evaluate the effectiveness of campaigns and progress toward membership goals
*Take responsibility for accuracy of all data related to the society’s membership program
*Maintain and update membership records, mailing lists, and email distribution lists
*Correspond with donors and track donations
*Develop materials that highlight the value of membership in the society
*Monitor manuscripts submitted to the society’s journal and communicate with editors regularly
*Organize pieces of weekly electronic newsletter
*Update association social media pages and website
*Communicate with members about society news and developments in the geochemistry community
*Assist with scheduling of meetings for boards and committees
*Provide support for society conferences and awards
*Fulfill product orders and handle various office management tasks
The Carnegie Institution is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of gender, race/ethnicity, protected veteran status, disability, or other protected group status. Women and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.