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Link Oregon Membership Development Lead

Link Oregon
April 4, 2024
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Link Oregon is seeking a Membership Development Lead. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month position.

Link Oregon is a federally tax exempt, Oregon non-profit organization that supports the diverse research, education, health care, and public service missions of its five founding entities – Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Oregon State University (OSU), Portland State University (PSU), the University of Oregon (UO), and the State of Oregon (through the Enterprise Information Services function) – and other members in the public and non-profit sectors within Oregon. Link Oregon is a membership consortium operating a statewide, facilities-based broadband network that consists of over 2,500 route-miles of lit optical fiber, a modern optronics platform with over 30 attachment locations, an Ethernet transport platform, and an enhanced Internet service offering connectivity to the commodity Internet, local peering, direct cloud connects, and advanced research networks such as Internet2 and CENIC. In addition, Link Oregon provides cybersecurity and other collaborative IT services to its members. Link Oregon is governed by a strategic Board of Directors consisting of representatives of the founding entities and other public organizations.

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We are seeking a Membership Development Lead to join our team and play a vital role in growing and sustaining our public and non-profit membership base within the state of Oregon. Members in Link Oregon would be considered customers in the commercial sector. The Membership Development Lead contributes ideas and subject matter expertise in the field of member relationship management and business development. They are responsible for developing and executing strategies to attract, engage, and retain members; developing and maintaining cross-team workflows and standardized processes; and ultimately contributing to the financial stability and success of our organization. The incumbent will report directly to OSU’s Executive Director for Digital Extension and Engagement, while structurally reporting to the Link Oregon Executive Director.

This position is ideal for a proactive, relationship-focused, and results-driven professional who is passionate about our mission and our members and can effectively convey our value proposition to potential and current members.

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