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Director of Membership, Marketing and Communications

Company: Oklahoma Osteopathic Association
Date Posted: February 8, 2017

Key Responsibilities



•   This position is heavily engaged in the day-to-day operation of the membership department

•    Responsible for developing and growing the OOA’s membership by implementing a plan to attract, engage and,

      retain individual and institutional members

•   Works with the CEO/ED and membership committees to serve existing members and recruit new members with

     marketing campaigns, conference and seminar attendance, and member communications

•   Process membership applications and dues payments

•   Identify and recruit potential members

•   Research and provide reports regarding membership as needed to leadership and staff

•   Serve as registration manager at CME seminars and convention 

•   Maintains the integrity of the membership database through accuracy and attention to detail

•   Coordinate membership renewal activities and communications



 •   Serve as editor and graphic designer of the Association’s quarterly publication the Oklahoma DO, the Annual  

     Directory and Annual Convention Program

•   Work with contributors, collect content, write and edit copy for the Oklahoma DO

•   Coordinate the printing and distribution of publications and marketing materials

•   Manage the Association’s web presence including the website and social media

•   Develop content, edit, layout and distribute weekly e-newsletter The OOA Report

•   Respond to media requests by connecting journalists with medical experts and providing press releases and


•   Coordinate content and distribution of special announcements as required

•   Identify member needs and address issues via targeted content



•   Develop and design all marketing materials related to membership, seminars, and conferences

•   Plan and execute marketing of continuing medical education events and opportunities

•   Works with the CEO to ensure that partnerships and affiliations with external organizations are tracked and

     requirements are fulfilled

•   Recruit and manage advertisements for the Association’s publications, including billing and payment processing

•   Coordinate the printing and distribution of publications and marketing materials


All other duties as assigned. 


Required Education/Experience

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.  Candidates should have a focus in communication, journalism, public relations or marketing.  At least 3-5 years of work experience.



Excellent communications skills both written and verbal, ability to work effectively and independently

Outstanding professionalism, flexibility and willingness to work flexible hours as needed. Makes sound and timely decisions in alignment with organizational goals.

Works under deadlines while managing concurrent projects

Detailed oriented with an eye for consistency and accuracy

Proficient knowledge of Adobe graphic design software including Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop

Advanced capability in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and Adobe Creative Suite

Database management experience preferred

Knowledge of AP Style and HTML a plus


The OKLAHOMA OSTEOPATHIC ASSOCIATION (OOA) was founded in 1900 as an affiliate of the American Osteopathic Association. The mission of the OOA is to advocate for the osteopathic profession and to promote the health and well-being of all Oklahomans. Membership in the OOA is open to all licensed DOs in the state, residents, interns and all 360 osteopathic medical students. 


Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to:

Lana G. Ivy, CEO/Executive Director