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Thank you for your interest in joining the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce's professional team.


Current open position(s):

Director of Marketing & Communications 

The Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce is seeking a proven, creative, and high-energy marketing and communications professional to elevate the organization’s marketing and communications work to a new level of performance and impact.

The successful candidate must:

  • Demonstrate excellent written and oral communications skills, strong technical capabilities, and a proven track record of designing, executing, measuring, and continually improving strategic marketing and communications plans;
  • Possess strong leadership and people skills;
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage and prioritize workflow in a fast-paced professional work environment. 

This is a critical position within a dynamic, high-impact organization. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Resume, cover letter detailing experience and achievements and salary expectations should be forwarded to Matt Meadors, President and CEO, Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce,, P.O. Box 1220, Waco, Texas 76703.

About the Waco Chamber of Commerce

The Waco Chamber of Commerce is the lead economic development organization in Waco/McLennan County, Texas. The Chamber’s work is undertaken in partnership with the regional business community, the City of Waco, McLennan County, the Waco Industrial Foundation, the Waco-McLennan County Economic Development Corporation, our workforce, educational institutions and other organizations dedicated to working in a collaborative manner to make the Greater Waco region the perfect place for business, industry and people to grow and prosper. The Chamber is a not for profit, membership‐driven organization comprised of nearly 1,500 businesses.

About Waco:

Greater Waco, located in McLennan County, Texas, along the Interstate 35 corridor is home to more than 14,000 companies, 241,505 people and a regional workforce of approximately 320,000. Greater Waco’s centralized location with access, to Dallas and Austin (90 miles) and Houston and San Antonio (185 miles), make it a regional center of economic activity and an ideal community for businesses and individuals.

Since 2006, Greater Waco has seen more than $1.3 billion in new capital investments and $596 million in riverfront and downtown development, making it an attractive place to live, work and play. Greater Waco is landscaped with top-rated higher educational institutions, including Baylor University, McLennan Community College, Texas State Technical College Waco, Tarleton State University in Waco and Texas Tech in Waco.