Full-time Frankfort-based position is responsible for the management and coordination of all association marketing and fundraising programs and efforts including conducting advertising sales for the Kentucky School Advocate magazine; coordinating the association’s Affiliate membership program; coordinating the exhibitor trade shows at association conferences; and donor development for the Kentucky School Boards Education Foundation.
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in business, management, public relations, marketing, sales or related field; a minimum of one year of full-time successful experience in marketing, advertising sales, customer recruitment and relations or related work (three to five years preferred); must possess excellent social media and marketing content development skills; excellent personal relations and diplomacy skills; the ability to develop new projects, carry out assignments and maintain organization of the scope of work required by the position; must be highly organized and attentive to details; must be innovative, creative and self-directed with excellent administrative and time management skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Internet research skills, business writing and editing, and database management (Excel experience preferred); and must be able to work effectively within a demanding workload, managing multiple, concurrent projects with multiple, concurrent members under minimum supervision. Work involves moderate in-state travel, with occasional evening and weekend work, including overnight stays.
Interested individuals may submit a cover letter, resume, current professional references with email addresses, and salary history/requirements to:
Kathy Amburgey, Human Resources Manager Kentucky School Boards Association 260 Democrat Drive Frankfort, KY 40601 Kathy.Amburgey@ksba.org
Established in 1936, KSBA is Kentucky’s largest organization of elected officials, serving the state’s more than 860 locally elected board of education members and providing a variety of services to all Kentucky public school systems.