CSCA Conference Technical Director Search
Central States Communication Association
Conference Technical Director Position
The Central States Communication Association (CSCA) is seeking its next Conference Technical Director to serve a three-year term, beginning April 19, 2020 until April 2, 2023.
The responsibilities include the following:
Although the Conference Technical Director will not be working during the entire convention, it is expected that she or he will attend every day of the convention including the Wednesday “pre-conference day” during the 2021, 2022, and 2023 conventions.
The position is one that is voluntary, but the person serving in the Conference Technical Director role will receive one complimentary room for each night of the conference. This room will be at the convention hotel, arranged by the Executive Director, and will accommodate up to four guests. The Conference Technical Director will also receive a discounted convention fee.
Individuals interested in the position should submit a letter of interest describing past experience with the association, your abilities to assist others with basic conference presentation technologies, and your willingness to work with volunteers. A current CV should be included. Materials should be submitted electronically no later than Monday, October 14 to both Incoming Executive Director Tiffany Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org and Executive Director Chad Edwards at email@example.com. Questions may also be directed to those email addresses. The Incoming Executive Director and Executive Director will meet with individuals interested in the position at National Communication Association’s annual meeting in Baltimore (November 14-17, 2019).
CSCA is a professional, academic organization of primary and secondary school teachers, students, college and university professors, and communication professionals. CSCA was founded in 1931 to promote the communication discipline through educational, scholarly, and professional endeavors. The association consists of the 13 Midwestern states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio, and is governed by a ten-member Executive Committee.