Cook County Chamber hiring a member relations manager
Since the Cook County Chamber was formed about eight years ago, Executive Director Jim Boyd has been the only employee, working under the direction of a very dedicated chamber board. That will be changing soon, as the chamber is looking to hire a Member Relations Manager.
The chamber decided to hire someone to be a part-time Member Relations Manager to complement the work done by Executive Director Boyd, which is primarily policy-focused.
Traditionally, Chambers of Commerce have served as a place for businesses to gather and to learn from one another, sometimes in after-work get-togethers. Figuring out how to host such events will be the role of this new chamber employee.
The Member Relations Manager will also serve as outreach to businesses who have not yet joined the Cook County Chamber, to find out why they haven’t joined–and what they would like to see the chamber doing here on the North Shore.
For more information, contact Jim Boyd, Chamber executive director, at 218-370-9665 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WTIP reached out to Chamber Executive Director Boyd to learn more about this new position and why it is needed.
Here’s Rhonda Silence with more.