Our team at TIA seeks collaborative, resourceful and action-oriented individuals who are passionate about accelerating opportunities for the companies that are meeting today’s connectivity challenges by producing essential high-tech products and services, and building reliable high-speed communications networks. Interested in joining our team? Check out our current employment opportunities below.


TIA offers its employees a comprehensive benefits package and compensation commensurate with experience. Qualified candidates may submit their resume, cover letter and salary requirements via e-mail to TIA is an equal opportunity employer.


TITLE: Business Development Manager

REPORTS TO: Senior Director, Business Development & Membership


The Business Development Manager is critical to TIA’s growth and success. This role acquires new members & participants for TIA’s programs, as well as selling sponsorship opportunities, products, & services to non-member companies. This position will be responsible for identifying prospects, qualifying leads, creating sales opportunities, and closing sales with accounts.

The Business Development Manager’s ability to build relationships with both prospects and internal program staff is critical for success. The position will work closely with Marketing, Membership, Events, and TIA’s Programs to ensure a strong pipeline of new members and business.


  • Hit or exceed all sales targets, including:
    • New member and participant acquisition targets
    • Sponsorship sales targets
    • Partnership targets & goals
    • Organization-wide revenue targets


  • Generate and own a portfolio of non-member prospect account accounts and oversee the qualification of leads, management of opportunities, and successful sales in the portfolio
  • Drive the inside and outside sales process for new TIA members, program participants
  • Drive the inside and outside sales process for non-member purchases of products, event sponsorship, event attendance, and services
  • Develop pipeline and sales growth strategies/plans
  • Increasing client base & manage/retain relationships with existing clients
  • Develop an in-depth knowledge of TIA’s value proposition, communities, programs, products, & services
  • Generate sales proposals and manage the sales process through to close
  • Negotiate pricing with prospects & stakeholders
  • Identifying and mapping business strengths and customer needs
  • Researching business opportunities, potential members, and prospects for sponsorship
  • Following industry trends locally and internationally
  • Execute targeted communication efforts to boost awareness of TIA products, services, events, and offerings
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor’s degree with five (5)+ years of experience with sales, client management, fundraising, communications, customer service, or marketing (or equivalent experience)
  • Experience, interest, or knowledge of the Information & Communication Technology (ICT) space
  • Strategic selling skills, including experience selling SaaS, consultative services, business services, or other intangible products and services
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Must have outstanding customer service
  • Strong communication skills both verbal and written
  • Confident, professional phone manner
  • Ability to develop and implement communications and outreach plans, and find new value-adding ways to communicate with clients;
  • Problem-solve efficiently; possess a strong sense of prioritization and timeliness; display exceptional professionalism at all times
  • Have an ability to grasp and synthesize new information, and adapt to a fast-moving, growing environment is required
  • Ability to handle multiple priorities, meet deadlines, and follow-through with minimal supervision is imperative
  • Netforum, Salesforce, or other CRM and AMS knowledge is a plus
  • Data management and email marketing experience is preferred


TIA prides itself on being a fun and exciting place to work that offers an excellent environment for students to learn about the information and communications technology industry. TIA offers students a chance to experience first-hand the many issues and projects we work on every day. A TIA internship offers an invaluable opportunity to participate in the public policy, legal, standards, communications and business affairs elements of our operations.

Government Affairs and Legal Interns

We seek students who are interested in communications and technology policy. Candidates will have completed at least 1 semester of an accredited graduate program in political science, public policy, public affairs or a J.D. program. Interns will gain experience working in a wide range of issues: primarily; the Internet of Things, broadband infrastructure and regulation, spectrum management, international trade and market access, public safety, and cybersecurity, accessibility, equipment authorization and other issues that might impact the ICT sector. Interns will also have the opportunity to engage with policymakers and some of the top industry experts in their respective fields.

Undergraduate Interns

Candidates will have completed at least 1 year of an accredited undergraduate program. Interns will receive experience in the different departments of the TIA, and will gain a better understanding of how the ICT industry works.


TIA internships are unpaid but offer a travel stipend. Ideal candidates will have excellent research and writing skills, effective communications skills, and an interest in the ICT industry. Interns will generally work 15 to 20 hours a week, with opportunities for additional hours if desired. If interested, please forward a cover letter and resume to TIA is an equal opportunity employer.