AFPM is the premier trade association for the refining and petrochemical industry, representing over 90 percent of our nation's fuel and petrochemical manufacturers. The association is headquartered in Washington, D.C. in the heart of the K Street corridor
AFPM is searching for a Membership Database Administrator in its Member Relations Department. The successful candidate’s primary responsibilities will be to oversee the daily administration of the organization’s membership database. Supervise the processing of member applications and renewals.
Monitors membership criteria to insure observance and consistency in application to new and existing members including:
Respond to inquiries pertaining to regular refining, petrochemical, international manufacturing and associate membership.
Process new applications for membership; forward for Member Services Manager review
Manage membership renewals and cancellations
Develop correspondence with current and prospective members regarding membership status, dues, company records, web access, committee participation, etc.
Track changes in the industry membership and will send out monthly emails to staff with information on new or cancelled members
Oversee Member Services booth at Annual Meeting – travel required
Other duties as assigned.
Qualified, interested candidates should forward cover letter, resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only direct applications will be considered; resumes received via placement agency or other third party will not be reviewed.
AFPM is an Equal Opportunity Employer located in Washington, D.C.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and training
Minimum 2 years’ experience in customer service or membership
Strong written and verbal communications skills
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (WORD, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and database software
Strong organizational skills
Additional Salary Information: Competitive salary and excellent benefits with a great work environment.
About American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers
The First 110 Years (NPRA)
From our beginnings as the National Petroleum Association in 1902, the association now known as the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers has successfully worked on behalf of American manufacturers that serve the American people and make modern life possible.
Early in the last century, petroleum refiners were represented by regional organizations.
NPA was ...founded with the goal of “securing good to the Independent Oil refiners of Pennsylvania and Ohio.”
The Western Petroleum Refiners Association was created in 1912, merging with the Texas Petroleum Refiners Association in 1920 and with the Arkansas-Louisiana Refiners Association in 1936.
NPA and WPA, which had worked together over the years, merged in 1961 to become the National Petroleum Refiners Association.
In 1998 we became the National Petrochemical & Refiners Association to reflect the important role of petrochemical manufacturers in our association and in America.
Today we are the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers, a name selected to more accurately described who we are, what we do and how we benefit the American people. This name emphasizes more than ever what we stand for – American manufacturing and jobs; proven and reliable products for your life every day; economic and national security; and a commitment to serve our nation and the American people.