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To promote the safe and efficient transfer of ownership in real property within the free enterprise system.
To provide information and education to consumers; to those who regulate, supervise or enact legislation affecting the land title evidencing industry, and to its members.
To maintain liaison with users of the product and services provided by our members and with government.
To maintain professional standards and ethics.
The Palmetto Land Title Association has an immediate opening for a part-time Executive Director. The Palmetto Land Title Association (PLTA) is a non-profit organization established in 1977. PLTA members include individuals and organizations involved in the title insurance industry and the real estate field (including many real estate attorneys). Some of the objectives and purposes of the PLTA are: 1) to promote the safe and efficient transfer of ownership and interest in real property within the free enterprise system; 2) to provide information and education to consumers, those who regulate, supervise, or enact legislation affecting the land title evidencing industry and its members; 3) to maintain liaison with users of the products and services provided by its members and with government; and 4) to maintain high professional standards and ethics. The Board of Directors and officers meet monthly in Columbia, S.C., and much of the organization’s communications are conducted via email or telephone.
The Executive Director reports generally to the Board of Directors and has overall operational responsibilities for the management of the Association and will report directly to the Association’s President. The ideal candidate has the following qualities:
• has an ability to work both independently and with others;
• must be centrally located within the State of South Carolina;
• has excellent communication skills with the ability to develop and convey thoughts clearly, logically, and concisely both orally and in writing;
• demonstrates an ability to meet deadlines and has excellent record keeping skills;
• has strong organizational skills and is detail oriented;
• is computer savvy with demonstrated computer skills including detailed knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and websites and be familiar with entering data into online systems (such as Eventbrite) and managing the organization’s website;
• Ability to prepare monthly meeting agendas and attend the organization’s monthly lunch meetings in Columbia, South Carolina. Also has an ability to attend conferences held outside of the Columbia area (the organization typically presents one annual convention in the Spring of each year);
• Experience in the title insurance or real estate field preferred (but not required);
• Event planning and marketing experience preferred;
• Experience with solicitation of funds and donations preferred.
The organization’s Executive Director will work from home, and will be offered a salary between $13k-$17k a year (depending on experience) in addition to a small monthly technology stipend. Interested persons should email (only) a resume, a list of three references, and cover letter to President-Elect Jay Moseley at: Jason.Moseley@fnf.com. E-mailed applications will be accepted through Friday May 27, 2016 at noon.