MARENGO, Ill. (July 11, 2014) — The Equipment & Tool Institute (ETI) is seeking an executive manager.
The executive manager reports to the organization’s board of directors and will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for ETI staff, programs and execution of its mission, ETI said. The group added that the executive manager is in essence ETI’s chief operating officer and will provide the “vision, strategic direction and management expertise” for the organization.
The candidate must be a dynamic, highly motivated individual who can easily cultivate relationships, according to ETI. Previous budgetary and financial oversight experience, strong communication, writing and interpersonal skills are also necessary. Candidates must be skilled in making effective and compelling presentations to large groups, the organization said, adding that well-developed analytical, organizational and project management skills are critical.
For more information, visit the ETI’s website.
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