Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture

Membership Coordinator


The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) seeks a Membership Coordinator to join our team. We are a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to lead architectural education and research on behalf of more than 7,000+ faculty members in the United States, Canada, and around the world.

The Opportunity

The Coordinator supports a busy department responsible for accounts payable, membership services, advertising, communications, and publications. The Coordinator interacts with members via email and telephone, and will support multiple administrative tasks, such as fulfilling advertising and marketing orders, updating database records and web pages, and preparing payments to vendors. The position will also provide administrative support for various governance efforts.  

The coordinator reports to the Director of Membership, Marketing, and Publications. Duties require skills in multi-project coordination, a commitment to customer service, helpful phone etiquette, and an ability to learn and work with new software programs.

Preferred Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree;
  • Experience working in an office environment;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills;
  • Demonstrated organizational and project management skills;
  • Self-motivated team player;
  • Analytical and problem solving skills;
  • Experience with web-based software, such as content management systems and accounting software;
  • Strong computer skills: use of MS Office suite, Acrobat, Mac OS

This position is not intended to be a permanent telecommuting position. However, due to the pandemic the office is currently working remotely.

ACSA offers a competitive salary and benefits. To apply, send a cover letter and résumé as a PDF attachment to an email to, using the subject line Membership Coordinator. No phone calls. 

ACSA Commitment to Equity

ACSA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and members of traditionally under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.

ACSA is committed to making architectural education more accessible, inclusive, and equitable by addressing overt and covert forms of racism and white privilege in our field. We apply this work to our programs, policies, and procedures and make it an active part of our office culture.