There are many types of organizations that operate on a membership model, such as unions, fitness clubs, and country clubs. Without a stable base of active members and a steady influx of new members, it is often difficult for such organizations to function. Membership coordinators supervise new member recruitment, help ensure existing members are satisfied, and address members' concerns to make sure their experience as members is profitable to all interested parties. The membership coordinator works to organize membership expansion through means such as advertising and recruitment drives. They also meet with existing members to help maintain their satisfaction with the organization. Additionally, they are often responsible for maintaining paperwork, finances, and other duties relevant to membership.
Membership Coordinator Tasks
Promote organization to prospective members and encourage current members to upgrade membership level.
Manage communication with members, writing newsletters, responding to questions, and carrying out surveys.
Maintain membership records, processing new member applications, membership renewals, and member resignations.
Collect data for membership statistics and generate reports on trends.