ATLA Seeks Membership Recruiter

Membership Recruiter
Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association – Little Rock, Arkansas
The Membership Recruiter is responsible for carrying out effective recruiting strategies to increase new and Elite membership in assigned established geographic areas.
• Generates new membership leads.
• Create and implement strategy for acquisition, renewal, upgrade, and lapsed member programs.
• Create effective membership recruitment materials and campaigns.
• Perform activities related to the association’s membership booth at events.
• Assisting members with questions about membership, renewals, and benefits.
• Create and implement membership activities and events.
• Keep membership database up-to-date.
• Track services provided to members, Elite members, and targeted members.
• Prepare monthly reports/weekly benchmarks.
• Serve as staff liaison to Membership Committee.
• Represent and advocate the role of the Association to existing and prospective members.
Other Duties
• Advocates for the 7th amendment and protecting citizen’s rights to a civil jury trial.
• Attend ATLA events – CLE, convention, social events, board meetings, etc.
• General office tasks
• Serve as staff liaison to assigned committees
• Supports the CEO and COO
• Other duties as assigned
Benchmarks
• Net member gain
• Attrition rate
• Revenue by dues level
• Member acquisition cost
Experience, Skills, and Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent relevant experience
• 1-3 years experience in membership or sales
• Ability to work flexible hours including some evenings and weekends
• Reliable vehicle and current insurance to travel within Arkansas
• Must reside within or have great familiarity with the Greater Little Rock area
This is a full-time position, with salary and benefits commensurate with experience. Please submit resumes to arktla@arktla.org. The posting will be closed upon fulfillment of the position.

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Ozark Mission Project Seeks Recruitment and Registration Manager

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Job Title: Recruitment and Registration Manager

Reports To: Program Director

Overview

The Recruitment and Registration Manager is a full-time position that will oversee all aspects of working with youth group contacts and campers in preparation for their summer camp with Ozark Mission Project.  This person will be responsible for the recruitment of campers, the registration process, and the completion of all camper paperwork. They will also serve as the staff liaison for the College Winter Trip Committee and OMP 101 Committee.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for meeting camper recruitment goals and metrics
  • Update and monitor online registration service provider
  • Maintain and update registration spreadsheet
  • Create and send invoices to youth directors
  • Keep track of all camp payments in eTapestry
  • Collect and monitor all youth and adult camper required paperwork
  • Conduct follow up calls with youth directors post camp
  • Create end of camp surveys and share feedback with necessary individuals as needed
  • Establish and cultivate relationships with youth directors, campers and volunteers
  • Speak to church and community groups about our impact and funding needs
  • Speak to Wesley Foundations about OMP college opportunities
  • Produce and post content of all camp related social media
  • Create and schedule all camp and volunteer related e-blasts
  • Attend the Central AR Youth Director luncheons
  • Oversee the College Winter Trip Committee and work with them to recruit participants and develop theme and worship activities
  • Manage College Winter Trip registration, payments and paperwork
  • Oversee the OMP 101 Committee and work with them to develop theme, plan program activities and connect with local partners for ministry
  • Oversee OMP 101 logistics
  • Establish OMP Ambassadors, conduct training and coordinate speaking opportunities
  • Oversee Vacation Bible School coordination, curriculum and implementation
  • Assist Program Director in recruiting, hiring and training College Staff
  • Assist Program Director in recruiting and training Volunteers
  • Assist Executive Director in fundraising events and initiatives
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Strong Christian faith
  • Servant heart
  • Ability and willingness to travel
  • Reliable transportation
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Team player
  • Takes initiative
  • Ability to adapt
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds

Required Experience & Skills

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Outstanding presentation skills
  • Microsoft Office and social media experience
  • Organizational skills
  • Time management skills
  • Strong leadership skills

Preferred (Non-Required) Experience & Skills

  • eTapestry experience
  • MailChimp/Survey Monkey experience
  • Construction knowledge and skills
  • Graphic design experience
  • OMP volunteer or camper experience

Location, Hours and Benefits

  • Little Rock, AR
  • Office hours are 8:30-4:30 Monday – Thursday (August-April); 8:30-4:30 Monday – Friday (May-July)
  • Occasional nights and weekends are required
  • Reimbursement for office travel
  • Stipend for health insurance
  • Vacation and sick time accrued

How to Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to Mallory Lindsey at info@ozarkmissionproject.org.

We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Ozark Mission Project is a drug-free workplace. All offers of employment at OMP are contingent upon clear results of a thorough background check. Background checks will be conducted on all final candidates.

PATH Seeks Program Director

 

The Program Director provides supervision of all Day Program staff and volunteers; oversees the daily operations of the program and updates activities as needed to meet the needs of the client base while assuring the programs meet standards. The Clinical Program Director must have a personal relationship with Christ, have a good understanding of the Bible and exhibit Christian traits and behaviors.
For complete job description go to the PATH website: http://pathsaves.org/opportunities/job-and-volunteer-opportunities/

Little Rock, Arkansas

Outlets of Little Rock Presents 2nd Annual Turkey Trot for Heroes

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Proceeds Benefit Sheep Dog Impact Assistance’s Christmas Outreach Program

Outlets of Little Rock is pleased to present the 2nd  Annual Central Arkansas Turkey Trot for Heroes on Thanksgiving morning, November 22, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. Events include a 5K Run, 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk, Wild Gobbler 5K and a Virtual 5K. Proceeds benefit Sheep Dog Impact Assistance’s Christmas Outreach program to assist the children of military, law enforcement, fire & rescue, and/or EMS families that are in need of assistance during the holiday season. Race starts at 9 am. For more event information, visit www.OutletsofLittleRock.com.

“Outlets of Little Rock is pleased to support our first responders,” explains Teresa Deen, General Manager for Outlets of Little Rock, “The event provides a fun day of camaraderie for a wonderful cause,” she continued.

Sheep Dog Impact Assistance (SDIA)

Founded in 2010, Sheep Dog Impact Assistance (SDIA) is a national non-profit organization that exists to engage, assist and empower the men and women who make up our nation’s military, law enforcement, fire & rescue, and EMS professions – society’s protectors, our “Sheep Dogs.” SDIA provides continued service opportunities and outdoor adventures which offer physical challenges and the camaraderie that is often missing after a shift or tour of duty ends. For Sheep Dogs, “Helping Others is a Way of Life.” Headquarters are located in Rogers, Arkansas, with 20+ chapters and teams in 15+ states, and more than 5,000 members, volunteers and supporters nationwide.

Outlets of Little Rock

Outlets of Little Rock is Arkansas’ only outlet shopping center visitors will save up to 70 percent off on America’s most desired brands including H&M, Banana Republic Factory Outlet, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Clarks Outlet, Cole Haan, Gap Factory Store, J.Crew Factory, LOFT Outlet, Nike Factory Store, Old Navy Outlet, RH Outlet, Under Armour and more.

Located at the intersection of I-30 and I-430 adjacent to the only Bass Pro Shops in Arkansas, Outlets of Little Rock is an open-air lifestyle destination. Visit www.OutletsofLittleRock.com for a full directory listing. Outlets of Little Rock is a New England Development shopping destination.

New England Development

For over 40 years, New England Development has taken a creative, entrepreneurial approach to real estate development and management, delivering and sustaining successful projects across a wide range of property types and across the country. New England Development’s growing portfolio of retail projects includes an exciting mix of outlet centers including Outlets of Little Rock in Little Rock, Arkansas; Asheville Outlets in Asheville, North Carolina; Clarksburg Premium Outlets in Clarksburg, Maryland; Outlets of Des Moines in Altoona, IA; and Palm Beach Outlets in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church Seeks Director of Communications

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Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church has an immediate opening for the position of Director of Communications. PHUMC is a 4,000+ member congregation with six weekly worship services (four traditional and two contemporary) reaching an average attendance of nearly 1,100 each week. This full-time position will provide oversight to all communications of PHUMC and its second campus, St. Luke, to include newsletters, e-news, websites, and other social media platforms.

The ideal candidate will have experience in composition, editing, graphic design, layout, photography, and managing websites. The candidate must be proactive, creative, organized, detailed, outgoing, assertive, and have the ability to communicate and collaborate with a diverse team of staff, church members, guests, and volunteers. The candidate should be familiar with online management tools and project timeline tracking and calendars.

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. PHUMC offers a generous benefit package which includes insurance, retirement and earned time off.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements and work samples to Trent Hubbard, Church Administrator, at thubbard@phumc.com.

Help Hungry Arkansas Kids During Ingathering

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It’s almost November, which means it’s time to start prepping your United Methodist church for another great Ingathering!

Ingathering is a conference-wide service event to raise awareness about hunger in Arkansas and to provide needed supplies in times of disaster. It is also a way for the Arkansas Conference of the United Methodist Church to reflect on how much each Arkansas United Methodist church gives in time, talents and resources to their local community.

For the service event at the Arkansas Foodbank, volunteers will bag potatoes, pack several varieties of beans, and receive and sort supply kits and holiday food items.

NEW THIS YEAR includes Thanksgiving holiday food collection in local congregations,
sponsorship opportunities, and disaster relief kits.

DETAILS ABOUT INGATHERING
November 17, 2018
From 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Arkansas Foodbank
4301 W 65th St, Little Rock, AR 72209

Schedule for the day:
7:00 Volunteer set up
7:45 Registration
8:30 First Shift
10:00 Worship
10:30 Second Shift
12:00 Pack up

Online registration closes November 12! Registration link:
https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ereg/index.php?eventid=370297&&fbclid=IwAR3-
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For further information, contact 200,000 Reasons Project Coordinator Mary Lewis Dassinger by phone 501-425-9049 or email mdassinger@arumc.org.

MOST NEEDED ITEMS
Canned meat
Canned veggies
Cornbread/stuffing mix
Cranberry sauce
Canned/instant gravy
Canned sweet potatoes
Mac and cheese
Canned fruit
Canned pie filling
Pie crust (shelf stable)
Nuts (all varities)

*Items must be brought the morning of Ingathering. Please do not drop off items at the Arkansas Foodbank prior to November 17.

DISASTER RELIEF KITS
Hygiene Kits – hygiene kits provide basic necessities to people who have been forced to leave their homes because of human conflict or natural disaster. Hygiene kits are also used as learning tools in personal hygiene, literacy, nutrition, and cooking classes.
Find kit assembly and needed items here.

School Kits – in some countries, children don’t have books or school supplies. Many have no schoolrooms; classes are held in inadequate or half-destroyed buildings, tents, or even the open air. School kits may be these children’s only educational resources.
Find kit assembly and needed items here.

Cleaning Kits – these supplies enable people to begin the overwhelming job of cleaning up after a flood or hurricane.

Ingathering 2018 Slide – https://gallery.mailchimp.com/20f08faef6456c2c7531ed859/files/2589d73d-353b-455d-9e12-28c7579e7ffc/Ingathering_slide_2018.pdf