This part-time internship position supports Marketing & Communications Department operations by providing database management and event and project coordination support.
Manages database and list updates for key association contacts, including updating and maintaining member and other databases and lists used for marketing and communications. Develops and distributes materials using database and list data, including membership dues mailings, directories, proceedings documents, etc.
Assists with marketing events and programs; including scheduling events and assembling and preparing materials for events and programs, including but not limited to bank marketing committee meetings, bank marketing awards program, Bank Club program, member golf outing event, silent auction, and others.
Assists with communications programs by fulfilling requests for website login access and newsletter subscriptions, and proofreading marketing communications materials.
Prepares and distributes business cards, stationary and logoed and promotional items.
Assists with writing, editing and proofing marketing communications materials.
Required Education: HS Diploma (GED); currently enrolled in a college degree program in the areas of communications or marketing.
Technology Skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook required; Also prefer experience working with databases, survey programs and Adobe InDesign.
Required Skills or traits for the position: Strong organizational skills, as well as verbal and written communication skills, general math skills, data entry skills and proofreading skills.
In our 125-year history, the Iowa Bankers Association (IBA) has been dedicated to serving Iowa banks and their employees. As the voice of Iowa’s banking industry, the Association serves more than 95 percent of banks and savings institutions in the state. The IBA and our affiliate companies – Iowa Bankers Insurance and Services, Inc., Iowa Bankers Mortgage Corporation and IBA Securities – provide s...ervices that allow banks to better serve their communities and the state of Iowa. The Association contributes to the success of Iowa banks by providing legislative representation, education and training opportunities, regulatory compliance assistance and a host of other services. Member banks also benefit from the insurance, mortgage and securities brokerage services offered by the IBA’s affiliate companies.