Member Engagement Associate, CED

New York, NY
350/CED
11-09-2020
New York, NY
Depends on Experience  Annual
Full Time

About The Conference Board

Founded in 1916, The Conference Board is the member-driven think tank that delivers trusted insights for what’s ahead. Our agenda is simple: to help leaders navigate the biggest issues facing business and better serve society. We believe in innovative approaches that make you think- and act- differently. And everything we do reflects the input of our members and their real-world challenges. 

We do this by delivering business insights. We connect senior executives across industries and geographies to share ideas, and our experts create fact-based research and consensus-driven policy statements to help leaders address their most important business issues.

Because we are independent, non-partisan, and non-profit our work is trusted. If you learned it at The Conference Board you can count on it.


What it’s like to work here:

While it’s serious work to operate a global business think tank, it’s also fulfilling — and fun! Our people enjoy what they do and know their ideas matter. 

We encourage everyone to take personal ownership for outcomes: we collaborate, share a purpose and commit to each other and to our Members. It’s all about doing our very best - which means we succeed as our Members succeed - together we improve society.


The Conference Board invites all interested and qualified candidates to apply for employment opportunities. If you are an individual with a disability in need of assistance with our online application system and would like to request a reasonable accommodation,  please email Alana Trimmier at Alana.Trimmier@conference-board.org or call at 212-339-0324. Please indicate your full name, contact information and the specific accommodation needed.

 

Position Summary: 
 
The Member Engagement Associate, CED, is in conjunction with the Member Engagement Director and the Senior Director.
 
1) Works to engage and retain all existing Trustees and create a pipeline of prospective Trustees to ensure new business revenue along with other duties.
2) Supports the preparation, coordination, and implementation of CED outreach efforts and CED grant procurement initiatives. 
 
Responsibilities:
 
Provides direct support for member contacts requiring help with tcb.org access, downloads, conference registrations or material and other day-to-day needs.
Prepares member Utilization Reports and other member requested collateral.
Prepares situation specific marketing materials, presentations, social media and other collateral needed for member engagement/upsell activities.
Maintains and manages systems that track member activity and utilization (“push” and “pull”)
Provides support to maintain and manage systems for forecasting, billing and AR.
 Supports delivery of and member feedback from Expert Briefings by coordinating with The Conference Board and the member Facility, Media, IT, Sales Enablement and Research teams.
Coordinates with Center team to ensure a high-quality member experience during all sales and delivery interactions.
Develops and maintains up to date outreach email and contact lists.
Implements congressional and executive branch outreach efforts in coordination with CED Senior Managers/President.
Supports Senior Advisor’s grant procurement efforts.
Other duties as assigned.
 
Essential Functions:
 
Recruit, engage and retain CED Trustees 
Support CED public policy outreach to increase impact and grant procurement efforts.
 
Knowledge and Skills:
 
Strong project administration skills
Strong time management and organizational skills –able to multi-task.
Strong ability to collaborate within TCB and with member contacts.
Strong service orientation
 
Education and Experience Requirements: 
 
Minimum 2 years of related experience.
Bachelor’s Degree required.
 
Any internal candidate must first contact Alana Trimmier in Human Resources at alana.trimmier@conference-board.org.