FPI is hiring a full-time Director of Association Affairs to support various association projects and groups.
Responsibilities will include:
Managing the day-to-day administration and supporting project work of FPI’s special interest groups (Paper Recovery Alliance, Plastics Recovery Group, Foam Recycling Coalition and Paper Cup Alliance)
Drafting and distributing FPI's newsletters
Drafting and distributing FPI's surveys and related reports
Maintaining FPI's statistics program
Representing FPI at meetings and conferences
Coordination with allied associations and other organizations relevant to FPI and the industry
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Flexibility to travel
Experience working with a member organization (such as a trade association), and/or an understanding of packaging and related issues are valued, but not required. Knowledge and understanding of recycling and/or composting systems is also a plus.
In addition, the candidate will be detail-oriented and efficient, show initiative and have strong interpersonal skills. He or she will enjoy working in a collaborative – and fun! – environment.
Local candidates will work in FPI’s offices in Falls Church, Virginia. Non-local candidates will be considered and relocation is not a requirement of employment.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and salary expectations to Jack Reisenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline to submit resumes will be October 29, 2019. Please call Reisenberg & Associates with any questions: (847) 735-0351.
About Foodservice Packaging Institute
Founded in 1933, the Foodservice Packaging Institute (FPI) is the trade association for the foodservice packaging industry in North America. FPI promotes the value and benefits of foodservice packaging and serves as the industry’s leading authority to educate and influence stakeholders. Members include raw material and machinery suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and purchasers of foodservice packaging.