Education and Training, Government Relations, Publishing
4 Year Degree
Primary Job Functions:
The Director of Education & Publications is responsible for managing the education functions of the Association in conjunction with the senior management team. These duties include responsibility for the Association’s educational program, training programs, and publications design and management for the NTTC’s Bulk Hazmat Compliance Guide and the Cargo Tank Maintenance Manual. The Director is also responsible for managing the activities of several important association committees including the Safety & Security Counsel, its annual conference, the Safety Committee, and related programming.
The Director of Membership Services & Education is a salaried employee of the Association that reports directly to the Senior Vice President & Counsel. The Director’s job performance will be reviewed quarterly by the SVP and prior to end of the fiscal year.
Execute and administer the Association’s educational program within budgetary limits; securing venues and speakers while increasing Association membership value and non-dues revenue;
In concert with the SVP, evaluate the current year’s educational program and plan improved content for the following year;
Lead the organization’s overall publications program, including in-house and partnership content, updating materials as necessary;
Act as Deputy for the SVP when meeting with legislative officials, regulators, and other advocacy-focused groups;
Assist the Association President and SVP to strengthen NTTC’s inter-industry visibility on the regulatory and legislative fronts; and
Perform other duties as assigned.
Experience in event planning and/or project management;
Excellent verbal and written communications skills;
Experience in publications design and production;
Knowledge of the trucking industry and the related bulk shipping community preferred; and
Five years’ experience in the association business or ten years of comparable general business experience.
Additional Salary Information: The position offers a competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Additionally, NTTC offers a bonus incentive plan based on association revenue; a comprehensive benefits plan, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance; a 401(k) retirement savings plan; and access to health savings accounts.
The National Tank Truck Carriers is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of tank truck motor carriers. NTTC represents the tank truck industry before Congress and federal regulatory agencies, including the DOT, EPA, DHS, and their divisions such as PHMSA, FMCSA, and TSA. NTTC is also involved in numerous state and local issues that impact tank truck carriers through our affil...iate relationship with the American Trucking Associations and various state trucking associations. The NTTC’s official mission is to champion safety and success in the tank truck community through advocacy and education. NTTC is an equal opportunity employer.