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Association Membership Manager

The Membership Manager will dedicate 80% of time to membership management duties related to a designated medical society. The Membership Manager is responsible for ensuring continued membership growth in North America for this client organization and ensuring aggressive membership development globally. The Membership Manager will also commit 20% of time to assist with membership growth and development for other client organizations by sharing lessons learned and best practices.

Pro Bono Manager

Organization Overview
The Financial Planning Association is the largest professional membership association for CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERS™ and also includes members who support the financial planning process. With over 23,000 members and 91 chapters, FPA represents and serves its members through professional education offerings, business development support, advocacy efforts and networking opportunities. As the organizational community for CFP® professionals, the FPA staff is dedicated to creating an exceptional experience for its members and volunteer leaders while moving the profession of financial planning forward.

One of the fundamental ways that FPA helps build the financial planning profession is through its pro bono efforts – helping FPA members serve individuals who need financial planning advice but who cannot afford the services of a financial planner.
Faced with mounting debt, rising costs of college, retirement and healthcare, many individuals need advice on how to plan and manage their finances wisely and through FPA’s pro bono program, FPA closes the gap between the need for quality financial advice from trusted professionals and the inability of some people to hire a financial planning professional.

Associate Director/Business Development:

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Associate Director/Business Development:

The Infectious Disease Research Center (IDRC) is operated under the Office of the Vice President for Research at Colorado State University. The Center provides a safe, secure, state of art facility for university investigators, government scientists and industry representatives to collaboratively research the basic biology, biochemistry, molecular biology and epidemiology of bacteria and viruses that cause human and animal diseases. The IDRC is now accepting applications for an Associate Director/Business Development position. The position will report to the Executive Director of the Infectious Disease Research Center. The responsibilities of this individual will include management of the RIC incubator facility and tenant relationships as well as oversight of business development efforts focused on the growth and expansion of the RIC incubator, BioMARC contract relationships, and funding programs for IDRC initiatives and programs. This position will serve in a marketing capacity to develop new client relationships for all aspects of the IDRC functional work areas, including the RIC incubator, BioMARC and faculty research programs that are part of the infectious disease research capabilities at Colorado State University. This position will interface with several CSU internal and external organizations in coordinating communication, publications and marketing materials that are part of fund raising campaigns or solicitation of new clients for the RIC incubator or BioMARC facilities. For more information regarding job responsibilities, salary, qualifications and application procedures, please go to
CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.

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