Administrative/Legislative Assistant – General administrative and legislative support for the Western Regional Office including but not limited to, monitoring legislative proceedings in selected states, assist in the preparation of advocacy/research, assists in visits during legislative sessions, and attends meetings/hearings/briefings. Will also be responsible for administrative support including routine correspondence, answering telephones, scheduling appointments, and maintaining office equipment/supplies. Two or more years of college or technical school in a degree related to education, political science, public policy, etc. or equivalent combination of education and experience. Legislative experience highly desired. Must be proficient with MS Office, Internet, database (Access), spreadsheets (Excel), and email. Ability to write reports, legislative/business correspondence, and procedure manuals. (Located in Sacramento, CA) Click here for full job description.
Development Coordinator: The position will support needs of the Development and Marketing Department, which includes the Chief Development & Marketing Officer, and Director of Development, with a focus on assisting in the coordination and facilitation of departments’ programs and initiatives through the following duties. Duties include, but are not limited to the following: coordination of all Donations in Raiser’s Edge, donor relations management, advertising management, coordinating updates to website, and administrative support, including recording minutes, data entry, inventory, mail, phones, etc. Associate's degree in the following fields is required: Business Administration, Fundraising/Development, Public Administration, Marketing, Communications, and Public Relations, or related field from accredited college or university. One-year related experience and/or training is preferred. Previous work with Development, Fundraising, and/or Marketing is strongly preferred. Proficiency with Word, Excel and PowerPoint Microsoft Office products, is required. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge technology and/or other database management systems is preferred. Some travel is required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) strongly preferred but not required. (Located in San Antonio, TX) Click here for full job description.
Event Manager, HACU National Internship Program (HNIP): In collaboration with the Executive Director and Program Managers, the individual plans and carries out a variety of HNIP events including, but not limited to, intern orientations, professional development events, networking receptions, tours, and staff retreats. He/she communicates event details internally and externally, promotes the event externally, and adheres to budget parameters. Also, provides support and assistance to HNIP in a variety of other areas: recruitment, application processing, intern placement, and/or securing housing or travel for interns. Minimum bachelor's degree with three or more years of professional experience. Proven event planning and management experience. Excellent time management and communication skills. Solid negotiation skills and ability to build productive business relationships. Spanish language proficiency highly desired. Must be able to travel (10%). Must have a valid driver's license. (Located in Washington, DC). Click here for full job description.
Program Manager - HACU National Internship Program (HNIP): Under the general supervision of the Executive Director of the HACU National Internship Program (HNIP), the Program Manager (PM) is responsible for managing the HNIP’s activities and processes that support the selection, placement and successful development of the students’ internship experience in the federal government. The PM serves as one of two principal liaisons with federal government supervisors and agency liaisons and provides guidance to federal government agencies on the implementation of a successful student professional development program.
He/She will propose recruitment priorities and implement a marketing strategy based upon current and future internship contract demands. The PM must also cultivate relationships with university faculty, administrators, partner organizations, and program alumni that will contribute to the growth and quality of the student applicant pool.
He/She is responsible for producing all deliverables as specified in their assigned grants and contracts. He/She will conduct regular monitor and evaluation and data-gathering as prescribed by their assigned contracts or as directed by the Executive Director. He/She will ensure that HNIP is in full compliance with grant and contract requirements. He/She will support the HNIP Executive Director with strategic planning and partnership cultivation. The Program Managers co-direct for HNIP in the absence of the Executive Director. Minimum of a bachelor’s degree (BA/BS) in education, communication, business, or social science, or related field, and minimum of five years of experience working with college students in a professional position required. Experience in career counseling, diversity recruitment, student development, and/or program management is a plus. Master’s degree preferred. Excellent speaking, writing, and editing skills. Spanish language proficiency highly desired. Strong knowledge of the 2010 MS Office Suite, database applications, some HTML and content management systems management, and social media tools. Must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment and take ownership of their tasks and responsibilities. Ability to multitask and prioritize. Must be able to travel. Must have a valid driver’s license. (Located in Washington, DC) Click here for complete job description. (On hold until early July)
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