The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) [website] and its sister organization, the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC) [website] seek a marketing manager to oversee marketing and promotional strategies for both organizations. The manager will report to the Director of Communications.
The successful candidate's primary responsibilities will include (1) creating and implementing marketing strategies to increase TAUC membership and expand the use of the NMAPC program; and (2) creating and executing marketing strategies for all major events (conferences, trade shows, meetings, award ceremonies, etc.) for both organizations.
Specific duties related to the above include:
Manage social media accounts and websites for both organizations
Manage in-house mailing lists and work to improve quantity/quality of data
Work with Director of Communications to enhance monthly e-newsletter
Create and schedule innovative marketing/promotional campaigns (print/electronic/social media) for all major TAUC and NMAPC events
Design and produce supporting content for events (signage, programs, mobile app content, etc.) in coordination with graphic design and event planning teams
Supervise event photography/videography
Closely monitor response rates to marketing efforts and adjust as needed
Track and report on ROI on event marketing and promotion activities
(Required) Bachelor’s degree in related field, such as journalism, communications or marketing;
(Desired) Master’s degree in related field, such as journalism, communications or marketing;
5-7 years of experience in related position, with an emphasis on event marketing, marketing manager or communications manager (association/nonprofit experience strongly preferred);
Skill in multimedia production, utilizing applications such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, etc.
Proven ability to “build something from nothing,” make the most of modest resources and keep enthusiasm high despite obstacles.
Along with resume and salary expectations (required for all applicants), please submit a cover letter outlining your skills and experience, and how you can help TAUC and NMAPC achieve the goals listed above. Feel free to include samples of past work. Local candidates preferred; no relocation assistance available. No calls please.
About The Association of Union Constructors
Located across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C.'s corridors of power, The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) occupies a unique space in the nation's capital as the premier national trade association for the union construction and maintenance industry.
TAUC is made up of more than 2,000 contractor companies that utilize union labor for their projects, as well as local contractor associations and vendors in the industrial maintenance and construction fields. Our mission is to act as an advocate for union contractors and enhance cooperation between the three entities involved in the successful completion of construction projects: the union, the contractor and the owner-client, the company for which the work is being completed. By encouraging this "tripartite dialogue," many potential issues and delays are eliminated before work even begins.
We strive to demonstrate that union construction is the best option because it is safer and more productive, and also provides a higher-quality and cost-competitive product. We aim to enhance labor-management cooperation, workplace safety and health and collaboration among construction users with the greater goal of making un...ion contractors more competitive in the marketplace.
One thing that sets TAUC apart is its close relationship with National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC). The NMAPC administers a set of standardized project labor agreements for industrial maintenance and construction projects. Legally, TAUC and NMAPC are two separate entities. However, they share the same office space and employees divide their time between the two organizations. All signatories to the National Maintenance Agreements are regular members of TAUC.