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Located in the historic Falls Building in downtown Memphis, The Chamber’s staff, including strategic partners from Memphis Light Gas and Water and Southwest Tennessee Community College, serves more than 2,200 member businesses with a variety of programs, services and initiatives that address every aspect of modern business recruitment, retention and development.

The listings below are positions currently available on the Chamber's team:

The Greater Memphis Chamber is seeking an Administrative Assistant, part-time, to assist MSQPC – The Quality Center, with administrative support to efficiently and effectively carry out the function of providing assistance and guidance to clients in pursuit of quality initiatives.

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The Greater Memphis Chamber is seeking a Business Development Consultant (BDC) who is responsible for promoting the Greater Memphis Chamber, cultivating and obtaining new members, selling upgrades to existing members, and increasing sales revenue on a monthly basis.  BDCs will work with the Retention Team to prevent client attrition.

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The Greater Memphis Chamber is seeking a Vice President of Business Development who will report directly to the SVP, Membership & Communications.  This person will be the leader of the Business Development Team, and is primarily responsible for increase in new members resulting in generating and sustaining revenue and resources in support of the Chamber’s mission.  Revenue comes from retaining and growing the Chamber’s membership base, securing sponsorships for Chamber programming, offering high-quality products and fee-based services to the members and the community at-large, advertising revenue for an array of Chamber-based media and fundraising campaigns for economic development and community initiatives. 

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The Greater Memphis Chamber is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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