Range is $81,492.00 - $102,000. Actual salary depends on experience of successful candidate.
4 Year Degree
Reports to: Chief Strategy Officer
Job type: Full Time; Hybrid Work Schedule or Remote out of the DC area
This position will play a leading role in the industry’s implementation of the Protein PACT, an ambitious strategy to demonstrate our contributions to healthy people, healthy animals, healthy communities and a healthy planet.
Who you are:
A well-organized, self-starter with a passion for creating educational content in a variety of forms that can be widely utilized by industry audiences. A team player with an entrepreneurial mindset who can work with the marketing team to effectively promote content to members. Strongly prefer a background in food or agriculture.
Position Objective:Execution of industry content development to support continuous improvement including education programming across live and digital channels.
Create and organize educational programming and companion content to meet annual content strategy and education revenue goals.
Develop annual educational program strategy, in collaboration with the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) and membership/business development team, to encourage member continuous improvement and best practices on key emerging issues.
Lead the content and resource development including education programming, webinars and other creative tools for NAMI members and NAMI Foundation focused in furtherance of the annual strategy.
Identify emerging member education needs and identify experts and other resources to address those needs.
Work closely with membership and business development staff to ensure content is consistent with conference and business development plans and effectively utilized for attendance promotion, partnerships and marketing.
Research and recommend new forms of trainings and content delivery to benefit members.
Serve as liaison to external industry association partners and other education providers to create and implement collaborative content.
Participate in committee activities to inform program planning.
Project manager for consumer research efforts and provide guidance on how to utilize consumer research for member continuous improvement.
To apply, please include a cover letter indicating why you are interested in this position and how your background meets its requirements along with your resume.
Bachelor’s degree in training and development, teaching, workforce development or relevant field and at least 6 years of experience. Master’s degree preferred.
At least of 5 years of experience in the Agriculture meat and/or poultry industry. Education in this field may be substituted for experience.
The North American Meat Institute (NAMI) is an association that represents family-owned businesses and international corporations with the vision to sustainably nourish local and global communities with wholesome meat and poultry.
We value stewardship, community and collaboration and are ethically committed to doing what is right for people, animals, communities and the planet. We encourage and support continuous improvement, we embrace diversity in all we do and proactively engage others to build relationships across the food system. We value diverse perspectives and listen to all who are interested in our industry.
Our mission is to connect people and resources to strengthen trust in the food we produce, and we do that by providing reliable resources to our members.
Our organization is agile and forward thinking, and our team is collaborative and goal oriented.