The North Richland Hills, Texas-based Automotive Service Association (ASA) is seeking a new executive director.
Between now and Oct. 1, interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit their applications to lead the 67-year-old association.
Roy Schnepper, ASA chairman of the board, will be heading the nominating committee efforts to find a new leader.
“Associations are undergoing enormous challenges due to generational shifts, social changes and technology,” said Schnepper. “It’s crucial that we find the right person who can be an industry leader and provide our association with a clear vision for our future.”
A complete job announcement of the position can be obtained through ASA.
The association is seeking to replace former president/executive Dan Risley, who left to pursue an opportunity in his home state of Illinois. Beth Risch, the association’s current CPA, has been appointed as interim chief operating officer. Risley remains as a consultant to the association to provide continuity during the transition.
The Automotive Service Association is the largest not-for-profit trade association of its kind dedicated to and governed by independent automotive service and collision repair professionals. ASA serves an international membership base that includes numerous state affiliate and chapter groups.