CEO Positions of the Week – June 23, 2014

Here are this week’s featured CEO positions.

June 19 2014 by ChiefExecutive.net


CEO | Financial Services | Southern, Calif.

A Bachelors Degree in business, finance or a related field is required. An MBA or other advanced degree is preferred. A minimum of 10 years of financial management and industry experience is required. Working knowledge and experience with life and casualty insurance, workers comp and/or annuities.

Strong change management leadership and implementation skills are required. The ability to manage a semi-independent producer network is critically important. The successful candidate must be smart, industry aware, customer-focused, self-confident and able to build and maintain an effective organization.

Source: ExecuNet http://bit.ly/1lDAhZG (free registration required)

 

CEO | USA Table Tennis | Colorado Springs, Colo.

Headquartered at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, USA Table Tennis is an Olympic class member organization of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and is the National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of Table Tennis in the United States.

The mission of USA Table Tennis is to promote table tennis in America and to provide all participants with the best possible experience by advancing and administering the sport. USA Table Tennis is responsible for organizing and training teams for national and international competitions. USA Table Tennis is a member of the United States Olympic Committee and International Table Tennis Federation. The Chief Executive Officer reports to the Executive Board and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The CEO is responsible for the day-to-day operations of USA Table Tennis. As such, he/she is in charge of driving revenue through membership and sponsorships, directs the staff and administers the policies and operations of the organization in accordance with established policies.

In Sales and Promotions:

  • Sell sponsorships ranging from $5,000 to $200,000.

  • Meet revenue targets for membership and sponsorship sales.

  • Manage the Marketing and Fund Raising Advisory Committee for all sponsorship, hospitality and exhibit efforts.

  • Build business with local, national and international accounts/sponsors.

  • Create and manage a pipeline of prospects to grow the sponsorship and membership client base and ensure target attainment.

  • Pro-actively building relationships to maximize business opportunities, promoting sales into the event properties and sports represented by USATT.

  • Maintain and build relationships to renew sponsorship and membership business.

  • Represent USATT at relevant events.

  • Achieve high levels of customer satisfaction among sponsors and members.

Source: Prodigy Sports Marketing http://bit.ly/SUNSAG