LOUDON, Tenn.—The Polyurethane Foam Association is soliciting applications for the post of associate director until Feb. 15.
The PFA seeks a successor to Robert Luedeka, its longtime executive director, who plans to retire at the end of 2018, the association said in a Jan. 17 press release. To aid the transition process, the PFA has created the new position of associate director, with the expectation that the associate director will succeed Luedeka.
In addition to assisting Luedeka, the successful candidate for associate director will be responsible for membership development; will participate in advocacy and promotional activities; and will assist management of member support programs and association meetings, the PFA said.
For the position, the PFA requires at least five years of experience in management, advocacy and/or promotion in the flexible polyurethane industry or related industries, it said.