Direct Reporting Line: NYS BPA Executive Director reports to the NYS BPA Board of Directors.
The NYS BPA Executive Director is the lead staff officer representing the members of the NYS Bowling Proprietor Association, with responsibility for day-to-day operations of the association and implementation of those programs and operations which achieve the goals of the association as set forth by its members through the Board of Directors and as outlined by the associations’ bylaws. The NYS BPA provides its nearly 200 commercial bowling center members representing 4300 lane beds with business and educational seminars, tournaments and legislative representation. Their mission is to enhance the profitability of members and raise the awareness of bowling as America’s top-ranked participatory sport.
Primary among the responsibilities of the Executive Director are:
- Day-to-day operations of the association including, but not limited to:
- Membership development and retention
- Member communications
- Member service and response
- Implementation of marketing programs
- Affiliated state association relations
- Event and meeting planning
- Monitoring legislative activities
- Annual budgeting, financial reporting and internal
- control oversight
- Safeguarding association assets
- Strategic planning
- Legal administration
- Staffing and personnel
- Presentation of an acceptable annual plan of action and accompanying budget outlining how the association will achieve the Strategic Plan put forth by the Board of Directors. This plan will include the specific actions that will be taken along with a timeline for achieving action and the method by which the Board may measure the success of the action once completed.
- Communications and implementation of state/regional and national BPAA programs and activities to the Board of Directors, affiliated state associations, members, industry partners, news media and other necessary parties.
- Development of non-dues based sources of revenue for the association through sponsorships, promotions, events,etc.
- Plan, organize, promote and conduct all aspects of the NYS BPA annual meeting and other business meetings of the association including site selection and vendor negotiations, education program development, speaker selection, trade show and sponsorship solicitation and marketing and communications to members and others.
- Coordinate legislative program with lobbyist.
- Maintenance and reporting of the association’s funds and financial affairs in adherence with standard accounting principles and the financial policies of the association.
- Compliance and administration of the association’s Constitution and Bylaws, as well as its various policies regarding financial affairs, operations and the like.
- Necessary legal and financial filings as required by law.
- Bachelor’s Degree preferred
- 5 years experience in business or association management
- Strong computer and literacy required
- Excellent organizational/planning, public speaking and managerial skills
- Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision
- Ability to travel extensively (approximately 25-35%)
Compensation: Commensurate with experience
Work Environment: Office currently located in suburban Albany; consideration given to a remote option
Timetable: Submit cover letter, resume and professional references by December 31, 2018 via e-mail to
Brian Borowski, email@example.com. Position expected to be filled by spring 2019.