In the role of education coordinator, under the supervision of the Senior Vice President of Training & Development, you will assist in the planning, organizing and implementing of educational programming offered through the Tennessee Bankers Association. This position requires serving the education department by ensuring programs meet members needs. Duties will include but are not limited to program preparation (i.e., working with presenters, working with off site locations, assembly of materials/manuals, attendee badges/name tents, etc.) to meet event requirements. This position requires someone with strong detailed oriented and organizational skills. It requires an ability to maintain strong working relationships with members, support staff, instructors, and off site coordinators to ensure programs are organized in the most efficient and effective manner; should be current with events and news; have strong writing and computer skills; possess an ability to edit organizational publications for internal and external requirements; assist with the arrangement of conferences, programs, and exhibits, all to increase awareness and understanding of the contributions made by the Tennessee Bankers Association to the banking industry in the state of Tennessee. This position requires some travel.
One to two years in general office duties, assisting customers in hospitality areas including event coordination. General accounting functions for processing registrations, invoicing and communicating process of payments.
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The Tennessee Bankers Association (TBA) is a trade association established to serve the needs of the state’s banks, thrift institutions, and trust companies. Among other activities, the association provides continuing education, develops and moni¬tors state and federal legislative agendas, disseminates information on all facets of the financial services industry, and promotes the public image of f...inancial insti¬tutions. To conduct these efforts, the Nashville-based TBA employs a staff of 20.
The TBA held its organizational meeting and first annual convention on October 22, 1890, in Memphis. Today, 217 Tennessee banks, thrift institutions, and trust com¬panies belong to the association. In addition, TBA has 200 associate members. Associate membership is available to out-of-state banks and thrifts as well as com¬mercial firms that market products or services to the members of the association.
Each year, the TBA conducts approximately 70 live professional development and train¬ing programs, along with over 100 educational webinars. Among these are the TBA Annual Meeting, Independent Bankers Division Convention, and the TBA Leadership Convention, held annually. The TBA conducts four banking schools - The Southeastern Schools of Banking, Commercial Lending, Consumer Credit, and Advanced Commercial Lending. These schools enroll students from around the Southeast and enjoy the endorsement of several other southeastern bankers associations.