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Check below for our currently available positions you can apply for!

VP of Website Content

Responsibilities:

  • Inform AMA members and sponsors through website content including dates, times, locations and other relevant information including:

    • Weekly member meetings

    • Professional development events

    • Social events

    • Fundraiser nights

    • Volunteer opportunities

  • Communicate with the AMA Executive Board about changes to web design and ask for feedback on new additions

    • Ensure content posted meets National AMA’s brand standards 

  • Manage SEO of web pages and make key content searchable by adding keywords, tags and categories

  • Work with the VP of Creative Content to upload blog posts and quality pictures from member meetings and events

  • Answer emails from the Faculty Advisor, President, and VP of Member Coordination regarding internship and job opportunities in a timely manner

VP of Community Relations 

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and organize 2 community service events each semester 

    • May be custom events or a partnership with local organizations

    • Previous events include Krispy Kreme Challenge, Service Raleigh, etc.

  • Speak at member meetings to promote volunteerism and member participation

  • Partner with AMA Triangle and sponsors to develop an upperclassman mentor program 

    • Work with AMA Executive Board and President to create a mentorship program schedule early in the semester to structure and encourage relationship building 

  • Develop and execute AMA’s internal mentorship program for underclassmen

  • Research and book AMA for campus events to engage our members and increase brand awareness for our chapter

  • Speak at 2 or more speaking engagements with outside clubs and organizations each semester to promote AMA

    • Standardize a presentation on AMA’s value proposition and offerings 

    • Meet with leaders of other organizations to build a culture of collaboration

  • Manage the Director(s) of Community Relations to achieve chapter goals

 

VP of Advertising & Promotions

Responsibilities:

  • Manage and design content for the chapter’s social media platforms

    • Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn 

  • Create promotional materials for member meetings and main events

    • Primarily flyers and brochures

  • Update the AMA bulletin board in Nelson Hall with information on upcoming member meetings or events

    • Include date, time, location/room number, etc. 

  • Oversee design and branding standards for directors working with VPs creating promotional material 

  • Work with AMA Executive Board members 

    • Send preview of social media posts and promotional material to President for approval

    • Converse with the VP of Member Coordination and VP of Web Content to ensure communications are synchronized and on-brand

  • Manage the Director of Advertising & Promotion to achieve chapter goals

 

VP of Finance

  • Work with the AMA Executive Board and President to create an annual budget at the beginning of the year

  • Manage monthly balances

    • Track all revenues and expenses from the Wells Fargo account in Excel

    • Update the President and Faculty Advisor by sending a PDF of the budget at the end of every month 

  • Apply for appropriations with both Student Government and Poole Council

    • Meet 2 different deadlines in Fall and Spring 

    • Emails with specific instructions will be sent for each one 

    • Organize all receipts 

  • Order food for member meetings 

    • Place orders several hours before member meeting to be ready for pick-up around 5:40 PM 

  • Safeguard and monitor the AMA debit card 

    • Faculty Advisor will take you to the bank to set up a debit card in your name

    • Purchases MUST only be made for AMA purposes 

    • Regularly check the Wells Fargo Bank Account 

    • Oversee lending the card to other Executive Board members

  • Assist other members of the Executive Board with projects

CEO of CMS Consulting

Responsibilities:

  • Communicate proactively with the advisory board, Professor Byrnes, and the President to finalize clients, complete assignments, hire consultants, and update on work progress

  • Facilitate account managers and relationships with sponsors to facilitate information flow and timely realization of deadlines

  • Communicate proactively with clients and teams to meet needs and desired outcomes

  • Manage work teams, delegate tasks, and set deadlines to finish projects on time and present deliverables to clients

  • Work with the VP of Finance to process transactions 

  • Communicate and work proactively with the Exec Board, Professor Byrnes, and President to hire, train, or reassign consultants on work teams to maximize productivity

  • Update the AMA Executive Board on work progress and relevant information, ask for help, and take suggestions when needed 

  • Create templates/guides for workflows and client-facing interactions

 

COO of CMS Consulting

Responsibilities:

  • Communicate proactively with the advisory board, Professor Byrnes, and the President to finalize clients, complete assignments, hire consultants, and update on work progress

  • Facilitate account managers and relationships with sponsors to facilitate information flow and timely realization of deadlines

  • Communicate proactively with clients and teams to meet needs and desired outcomes

  • Manage work teams, delegate tasks, and set deadlines to finish projects on time and present deliverables to clients

  • Work with the VP of Finance to process transactions 

  • Communicate and work proactively with the Exec Board, Professor Byrnes, and President to hire, train, or reassign consultants on work teams to maximize productivity

  • Update the AMA Executive Board on work progress and relevant information, ask for help, and take suggestions when needed 

  • Create templates/guides for workflows and client facing interactions

 

VP of Administration

Responsibilities:

  • Take notes of important points made by members of the Executive Board, during executive meetings, on the official meeting notes

  • Record Executive Board member attendance during member and executive meetings

  • Executive Board members cannot miss more than 3 meetings each semester

  • Establish a calendar with Executive Board Members for food pickup for the semester

  • Track speaker time during each member meeting by holding up time cards

  • 15 minute sign at 7:10 / 10 minute sign at 7:15 / 5 minute sign at 7:20

    • Be visible to the speaker, i.e. front row

    • Prop the time cards on the desk or on top of your laptop 

  • Assist the VP of Membership with meeting check-ins and registration processes

  • Book rooms for member meetings for every meeting at the beginning of each semester

  • Create spotlights to reward engaged members:

    • Member of the Month

    • Internship or job placement recognition

    • Birthdays

  • Take on projects and initiatives to reward and incentivize regular members

  • Compose a bi-weekly summary of speaker and company information for upcoming meetings to send to the Executive Board on Fridays before member meetings

  • Create PowerPoints for meetings along with a universal short star-rating survey to be implemented and assessed after every meeting

 

VP of Fundraising 

Responsibilities:

  • Retain corporate sponsors between July - October and encourage package deal upgrades

  • Send initial emails to each contact on the master link to inquire about sponsorship prior to the beginning of the academic year in June - July 

    • Personalize emails and follow-up to communications

  • Send detailed thank you letters to each sponsor after payments for their sponsorship are received

    • Communicate with Dr. Byrnes about received payments

  • Fulfill sponsorship promises

    • Set an action plan at the beginning of each semester with a timeline for completion

  • Organize at least 1 fundraiser per semester to break even or fundraise for the chapter

  • Ideas include: AMA Cookout, Member Auction, Percent of Purchase Nights

 

VP of Membership

Responsibilities:

  • Check members into a Google Doc for all member meetings and AMA events:

    • Bring a laptop to every member meeting

    • Engage and welcome members to meetings

  • Send emails to current members who need to renew their AMA membership

    • Membership expires after 1 year

  • Coordinate membership details with National AMA

  • Meet with AMA’s Faculty Advisor as new members join to organize and send paperwork to the national office

  • Work with the VP of Administration to reward engaged members

    • Send the Google Doc with member meeting attendance so the VP of Administration can regularly update points

  • Track members in classes eligible to receive extra credit:

    • Byrnes’s BUS 360 Class

    • Possible other classes

  • Manage the attendance spreadsheet at member meetings

    • Check on engagement percentages

VP of Professional Development

Responsibilities:

  • Plan 1 large professional development event per semester

    • Fall: Meet the Pros

    • Spring: Business & Billiards

  • Plan 1 small professional development event per semester

    • Fall: LinkedIn Workshop

    • Spring: TBD

  • Plan 2 company on-site visits for the year (One per semester)

    • Past sites include Citrix, SAS, ROI Revolution, Reunion Marketing, Cisco, etc. ○ Goal is to tour the office of a sponsor

  • Manage several Directors that will aid you in making each specific event successful

    • Director of Meet the Pros

    • Director of LinkedIn Workshop

    • Director of Business & Billiards

  • More information can be found here