Florida West Coast National Electrical Contractors Association
Location: Tampa, FL
Type: Full Time
Preferred Education: Some College
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Competitive industry salary (commensurate with experience)
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
The Florida West Coast and Central Florida N.E.C.A. Chapters are searching for a full-time Executive Manager to oversee both Chapters. The Chapters are the voice of the electrical construction industry in the Tampa and Orlando metropolitan areas. This position is a management role for the aforementioned trade associations. The Executive Manager is responsible for overseeing the overall well-being of the Chapter. The Manager is responsible to move the association and industry forward and provide value to it’s members. A successful candidate will be an individual who is a self-starter, detail oriented, provides a high level of customer service, has excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and demonstrates strong leadership capabilities. The chapters are looking for an individual who has a vision and is highly motivated to continue driving the industry in a positive direction.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Management and supervision of current staff and office.
Manage and oversee the overall financial well-being of the association.
Ensure compliance of the Chapter bylaws, policies, and procedures.
Represent the employers in collective bargaining negotiations between the Florida West Coast NECA Chapter and I.B.E.W. Local Union #915 and the Central Florida NECA Chapter andI.B.EW. Local Union #606.
Handle grievances and other disputes arising between labor and management.
Recruit, maintain, and grow chapter membership.
Attend and represent the Chapter at various industry meetings.
Support and provide member services.
Serve as a Trustee in the Local Union #915 Health fund, Pension plan, and LMCC fund.
Serve as a Trustee in the Local Union #606 Pension plan, 401K Plan and LMCC fund.
Bachelor's Degree (business related degree preferred). Or relevant Industry experience
About Florida West Coast National Electrical Contractors Association
DESCRIPTION: The Florida West Coast and Central Florida N.E.C.A. Chapters are a trade association and the voice of the electrical construction industry in the Tampa and Orlando metropolitan areas. N.E.C.A. members are responsible for bringing electrical power, lighting, and communications to buildings and communities across the United States. The Chapters were chartered in 1959 and 1973 respectively. NECA traces its origins to the birth of modern electricity. In 1901, a group of electrical contractors met at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, NY, where a major display of electric power had been installed. These contractors joined together to foster trade and reform abuses within their fledgling industry. Today, NECA continues their work, building on a legacy of protecting the public and making innovation possible.
NECA’s national office, chapters, and member contractors have long practiced constructive and responsible labor relations in concert with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), the world’s oldest and largest union of electrical workers. Peaceful settlement of grievances and jurisdictional disputes are implemented ensuring fair wages and benefi...ts, as well as a unified skill set and training, for electrical workers serves the best interests of the industry and NECA customers.
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES: 2 -3
•401K Contribution (11%)
•Family medical insurance, vision, and dental benefits
•Company vehicle (Gas, tolls, and car insurance paid by Chapter)
•Year-end bonus upon performance review of the Board of Directors