AGC Houston, a local trade association supporting the commercial construction industry, is hiring a new team member to fill the position of Executive Assistant.
The Executive Assistant is responsible for supporting the CEO, oversight of chapter governance, and managing/maintaining the membership database and website. The ideal candidate will have experience in executive support, meeting planning and data management within a non-profit or not-for-profit environment.
This position calls for flexibility, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, as well as the ability to work well with all levels of internal management, staff, association members and the board of directors. While projecting a pleasant and outgoing personality, the Executive Assistant will have strong organizational skills, exhibit keen attention to detail and demonstrate the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
Five years’ experience in executive/office assistance within a trade association or non-profit (including, but not limited to: travel planning, scheduling, taking minutes, meeting planning, expense reporting, etc.)
Three years’ hands-on experience in database management (iMIS experience a plus)
Three years’ hands-on experience in website management (iMIS Rise experience a plus)
Proficiency in MS Office applications
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Additional Salary Information: Competitive compensation package includes health, dental and 401(k) retirement plan benefits. For consideration, please send salary requirements and resume to Tamara Hancock at email@example.com.
About Associated General Contractors of America - Houston Chapter
AGC Houston was formed in 1923 by a handful of local contractors’ intent on creating an organization that would be the representative voice for commercial construction in the Greater Houston region. From this small beginning, this AGC Building Chapter has grown to be one of the strongest and most influential of its kind in the country.
The strength and influence that defines AGC Houston today ...can be directly attributed to the quality of leadership the chapter has enjoyed since its inception. Having the right resources to shoulder the leadership role in an industry with the breadth and depth of commercial construction has been paramount to the leaders. Throughout the chapter’s rich history, the leadership of this organization has through example and commitment ensured that the organization has been provided with those necessary resources.