ACUI encourages applications from candidates with diverse cultural backgrounds.


  • Appreciate the value of a college education
  • Know how to be professional but have fun
  • Enjoy a work environment where every day is different and presents new opportunities 
  • Be comfortable with knowing the goal but charting your own course
  • Understand that communication is leadership, so we expect you to communicate and lead
  • Demonstrate a willingness to take on the adventure of learning new software and navigating databases 
  • Be humble yet self-confident
  • Relocation to Bloomington, Indiana

Current Openings

ACUI Procure Manager 

The ACUI Procure Manager works within the Corporate Partnerships Department to lead the efforts of Procure program sales and within the association to service campus and corporate partner member needs. Staff member spends majority of time on sales and service and a smaller time block on administrative and membership efforts. This position is eligible for up to 50% telecommuting after training period is satisfactorily completed. 

  • Facilitate each step of sales process from promotion to final payment and follow up with the customer 
  • Manage the internal procedures for each company and product sales process, processing orders, tabulating, and analyzing sales figures 
  • Maintain and provide accurate reporting on items such as sales, profitability, statements, and billing 
  • Develop ongoing knowledge of products and interpret policies and procedures in order to solve problems 
  • Implement new and renewal sales efforts to exhibitors, sponsors, and advertising customers for future meetings and programs 
  • Cultivate leads and execute sales that meets or exceeds sales goals and maintains margin targets  
  • Perform and track the fulfillment process for corporate partners related inquiries including exhibiting, advertising, and associate membership 
  • Utilize technology tools to update web interface with current and prospective corporate partnership data, including, but not limited to membership status, company affiliation, web login, subscription preferences, and contact information 
  • Develop and manage annual budgets in conjunction with supervisor for inclusion in overall Association budget
  • Superior customer service attitude and skills to develop and manage relationships with customers over time
  • Excellent English communication skills, including use of proper etiquette, grammar, and professionalism 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and the ability to learn and use other computer programs; experience with Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Dynamics a plus
  • Understanding of the sales process including outbound and inbound marketing 
  • Ability to rapidly develop detailed knowledge, analyze, disseminate, and process information
  • Attention to detail, including bookkeeping and clerical skills, with the ability to quickly and accurately process large volumes of data and material
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision, make rational decisions, meet deadlines, exercise discretion, and maintain confidentiality
  • Solid understanding of customer and higher education market dynamics
  • Experience in a small office/small association a plus
Education and Experience
  • Experience in all aspects of customer relationship management and demonstrated success developing business-to-business sales growth 
  • Well educated; bachelor’s degree plus experience


Please submit cover letter, resume, and three references to acui@acui.orgApplication review will begin immediately. For full consideration, apply by August 18.

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ACUI is not able to sponsor work authorization or employment visas at this time.

CSHEMA Educational Program Manager

The educational program coordinator will be the lead team member in the planning, preparation, delivery, and assessment of regional conferences, roundtables, and online learning and engagement programs for the Campus Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Association, which ACUI manages. Additionally, this staff member is responsible for the effective implementation of CSHEMA’s Communities of Practice. 

  • Create and coordinate the planning, presenting, and executing of 4-6 in-person regional conferences annually, including all on-site logistics and educational content
  • Coordinate a calendar of CSHEMA online learning programs from start to finish, including scheduling, presenter preparation, implementation, evaluation, and archival.
  • Serve as the primary point person for CSHEMA’s online engagement platform, Higher Logic
  • Serve as the liaison to CSHEMA Communities of Practice, managing requests for funding, programming, and online functionality
  • Coordinate and assist in the planning and implementation of community of practice events at the CSHEMA annual conference and regional conferences
  • Facilitate selection, training, and evaluation efforts for Community of Practice leaders
  • Create, administer, and interpret evaluations for programs; assist with surveying the membership to ascertain educational and programmatic needs
  • Create and maintain budgets for assigned programs and services
  • Create and implement annual marketing plans
  • Present periodic progress reports to the CSHEMA Board of Trustees
  • Competence using the entire Microsoft Office Suite, Office 365, and an affinity for learning new technology
  • Ability to set priorities when multiple demands exist
  • Proven accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to manage ambiguity
  • Ability to travel out of state four to six times a year for up to a week at a time
Education and Experience
  • Master’s degree preferred; bachelor’s degree plus minimum three years’ professional experience in association management, event planning, adult learning/instruction, or extension learning required
  • Experience advising volunteers desired
  • Experience with or an interest in environmental health and safety a plus
  • Experience with Higher Logic and website content management software a plus


Please submit cover letter, resume, and three references to by August 21. Application review will begin immediately.

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ACUI is not able to sponsor work authorization or employment visas at this time.

ACUI provides competitive compensation, retirement matching program, health care coverage at 100% for employee and subsidized for family members, reasonable company travel policies, and an adaptable work schedule.

ACUI seeks and employs qualified persons in all jobs in a manner that does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, ability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, family status, veteran status, age, national origin, culture, appearance, generation, caste/class, ancestry, political beliefs. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Although we are not average, ACUI's workplace is an average indoor office environment with average noise levels not requiring protective equipment and an average temperature between 68° and 76° F. Some employees are required to participate in or execute events in other venues (indoor and outdoor) that may have varying conditions.