ICTA Seeks New Director|
July 03, 2013
Deadline is approaching for candidates for the position of executive director of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets.
The board would like to meet applicants for the post at its Aug. 15 meeting in Rosemont, Ill., during the American Numismatic Association convention.
The person chosen will succeed Eloise Ullman, who has served in that position for 23 years and will step down in the autumn.
Profile of the ideal candidate is an energetic, well-organized staff leader to maintain and expand the 700-member trade association, ICTA said.
This person needs to handle member services, be involved in public affairs at the local, state and national levels, handle communications, do long-range planning, provide staff support for the board and for the board of the Coalition for Equitable Regulation and Taxation and be responsible for hiring and overseeing contract employees, assure compliance with all federal/state tax reporting and lobbying laws, manage the collection of member dues, develop new income-generating programs, and act to assure the smooth operation of ICTA and CERT.
Application with a cover letter should be sent to ICTA Vice Chairman Harry Miller at email@example.com. No phone inquiries will be taken. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Initial phone interviews will be scheduled as applicants are identified.
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