Al Becker has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Jack Conway & Company, the Norwell-based real estate firm announced this week.

Becker previously was vice president of marketing and operations for Conway, the largest independent real estate company based in Massachusetts, with 30 offices and more than 650 sales associates. In addition to residential real estate sales, Conway provides mortgage, insurance, commercial real estate, property management, and relocation services.

“I’m proud to announce Al’s promotion,” President/CEO Carol Bulman said Tuesday at a meeting of managers and staff. “Working closely with me, as well as the entire sales, operations, and corporate services team, Al has spearheaded new technologies, innovated sales platforms, and supported our expansion, including the acquisition of six companies and opening new offices in the North Shore and Boston’s Seaport district.”

In his new role, he will continue to work with Bulman and Conway leadership team in the overall operation of the billion-dollar brokerage. He oversees operations, marketing, education, relocation and corporate services, and supports the sales team.

“I’m humbled to accept this promotion, and I thank Carol and the entire Conway team for their support,” Becker said. “We’ve made these strides forward because of the hard work and collaboration of everyone in the company.”

Becker joined Conway in 2007 as public relations director, and later became director of marketing. He was named vice president of marketing and operations in 2013. A Norwood resident, he is involved in numerous industry organizations and serves as a member of the board of directors of Father Bill’s & MainSpring, a social-service agency that seeks to end homelessness in the region.

“Al has played an integral role in the growth of our company supporting the sales, marketing and operations teams,” Bulman said. “I thank Al for his unparalleled commitment to Conway, and for all that he has done to make us the company we are today.”