JOB DESCRIPTIONTitle: General Manager1. The role of general manager for the MO Angus Association will be to manage the daily operations and business affairs of the Association. The fieldman will be a spokesperson for the MO Angus Association as the missions adopted by the MO Angus Association’s Board of Directors are carried out.2. The general manager will report directly to the Board of Directors. Most authorities will come from the Board of Directors. However, at times, specific authorities may come from the Executive Committee.3. The general manager will be available to advise and/or assist the officers, board of directors and the appointed committees of the association.4. The general manager will be familiar with the governing bylaws and work to carry out duties in such a fashion to not be in conflict with the bylaws.5. The general manager will represent the State Association at State and National activities that are deemed beneficial for the MO Angus Association.6. The general manager will publish both the Trails magazine and the Missouri Angus Directory. Both publications should be funded by the sale of advertising under the direction of, or by the general manager.7. The general manager will be responsible for developing a business plan to generate revenue to maintain and grow the organization on a financially sound basis. Currently, revenues are mainly generated from memberships, sales, Missouri Angus Directory and Angus Trails advertising, futurity and bull sales, ring man services, and limited dispersal sale management. The fieldman should continue to build on the previously mentioned areas, as well as explore potential revenue generating in areas of commercial cattle marketing, registered cattle marketing, web pages or other areas related to Angus cattle that would benefit and assist the general membership.8. The general manageris an ex-officio advisor for the MO State Junior Association. It is important that the fieldman be aware of Junior functions and activities and provide advisory assistance so that their projects, shows, or activities are productive. It is highly important that the fieldman’s conduct is that of a role model with unquestionable integrity.9. The general manager should be or become familiar with available technology relative to registrations and performance data with the American Angus Association.10. The general manager must have a cooperative working relationship with the American Angus Association and, in particular, with the field personnel of the American Angus Association assigned to Missouri.Apply for this job.