Specialist, NADA PAC
About the National Automobile Dealers Association
NADA represents franchised new-car and commercial truck dealers to the U.S. government and Congress, auto and truck manufacturers, the media and the public. To ensure the continued strength and health of the retail auto industry, NADA develops research data, provides education and consulting services for dealers and hosts the annual NADA Show, the largest event in the auto industry.
Act as a liaison between the NADA PAC and its contributors, fundraising teams, outside vendors and other departments within NADA. Serve as project manager for NextGen related events, programs, and initiatives, and act as a liaison with other NADA departments on NextGen initiatives and programs.
Responsible for all aspects of NextGen events at Washington Conference and Convention, including budget, programming, and communications.
Manage NADA PAC’s NextGen Leadership Club fundraising program.
Assist with the planning of the Washington Conference and production of necessary materials for the NADA PAC overview.
Assist with the organization of contributor hospitality functions at the NADA Convention.
Plan annual Spring NADA PAC Trustee meetings
Coordinate and assist in the preparations for Dealer Academy Class visits to the Legislative Office.
Process all NADA PAC fundraising contributions and prepare reports for state fundraising teams.
Assist with the composition, design, production, and editing of the NADA PAC Annual Report.
Draft and coordinate production of fundraising reference manuals, marketing brochures, infographics, and other solicitation and informational materials.
Work with the Director of Grassroots Advocacy as liaison to NADA/ATD Congressional Partners, Key Contacts, and NEXTGen dealers.
Draft and edit solicitations, memos, letters, and other written communications.
Maintain NADA PAC website, including NADA PAC Trustee and State Chairman pages and major donor program information.
Manage daily receipt of NADA PAC contributions. Ensure all contributions are compliant with federal election law and NADA PAC policies.
Maintain NADA PAC contributor records, track weekly/monthly receipts and disbursements and assist accounting department with administration of contributor records.
Prepare end-of-month financial summaries for state fundraising teams utilizing MS Excel and VOCUS database.
Maintain records of all returned checks and statuses.
Contact contributors in order to resolve accounting exceptions.
Manage processing of auto-charged contributions.
Coordinate NADA PAC contributor benefits and thank you letters for Major Donor Programs.
Coordinate Washington events with fundraisers and manage events held in the Legislative Office.
Attend state associations’ NextGen events to promote NADA PAC and NADA NextGen initiatives.
Respond to external questions and concerns posed by NADA PAC contributors and fundraising teams.
Work with outside vendors on ordering contributor pins, gifts, awards and other necessary recognition items. Coordinate candidate contributions, as needed.
Attend fundraisers and PAC events, as needed.
Assist in updating Congressional Partner lists, as needed.
Manage Legislative Events calendar, as needed.
Other job-related duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required with a minimum of 5+ years of experience. Candidate must possess excellent written, verbal and organizational skills. Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and interact effectively and professionally with board members and contributors. Must be detail oriented, able to meet deadlines and handle multiple tasks with minimum supervision. Must be able to demonstrate technical proficiency with computer systems. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required. Familiarity with iMIS and the ability to quickly assimilate to VOCUS fundraising database strongly preferred.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee will occasionally be required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell.
The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
The employee must have the ability to travel up to 5%.
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Job posted: 2021-10-12