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From the WCUSBCA Board of Directors

Job Posting for NYS USBC Association Manager

 

The NYS USBC is looking for someone to fill the position of Association Manager. 

 

Under the direction of the NYS USBC Board of Directors, the NYS Association Manager is responsible to provide exceptional support to the board and the bowlers of New York State.  The responsibilities include managing records and files, answer phone calls, all fiduciary responsibilities, set-up & manage the adult tournaments and providing service to members.  The position is responsible for demonstrating NYS USBC leadership competencies to ensure the mission, purpose, image and core values of the NYS USBC are conveyed.

 

The candidate would work out of their home (would be paid rent)

Job shadowing would take place in Spring 2020, with job starting effective August 1, 2020

It is a full time position

Salary is negotiable

 

Experience required:

           a.    QuickBooks: Preferred

           b.    Accounting: 2 years (Preferred)

           c.    Microsoft Suite: 5 years (Required)

 

Click here for the detailed Job Specifications

 

If you are interested in the position, please forward your resume and experience NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 15, 2020, to:

                 Roger Buckman, NYS USBC President

                 P.O. Box 37

                 Victor, NY 14564

 

-OR-

                Email your credentials to nysbowler@gmail.com

 

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