Thursday, June 18, 2015

Small Business Legal Center Program Manager -- NFIB

NOTICE OF OPEN POSITION Posting Period: June 17 - 30, 2015 * * * A job opportunity currently exists in the Washington, D.C. office as indicated below. Interested employees that meet all the qualifications listed may submit an updated resume to Employee referrals that meet all the qualifications listed may apply for this position at Internal candidates should be in present position six months to be eligible for consideration. POSITION DEPARTMENT SUPERVISOR Small Business Legal Center Program Manager Small Business Legal Center Karen Harned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 1. Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent. 2. Three to five years of administrative and marketing experience preferred. 3. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including a solid working knowledge and experience in Excel and PowerPoint. 4. Strong verbal and written communication skills necessary. Excellent organizational and time management skills, including superior proofreading and attention to detail capabilities are essential. 5. Experience managing budgets of $1 million or more; proficient in Marketing, web design, and other computer-related activities 6. Ability to establish and maintain relationships within the DC & Nashville Offices as well as State Offices, Associate’s and Vendor Offices; possesses leadership and time management (listening, problem solving, prioritizing, organizing, and multitasking). 7. Ability to allocate resources; ability to set goals and create plans to meet those goals and effectively complete task. 8. Professionalism, diplomacy, confidentiality, initiative, and sound judgment are essential. Must be flexible team player with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks under pressure. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES The Small Business Legal Center Program Manager is responsible to manage the budgets and operations of the NFIB Research Foundation and NFIB Small Business Legal Center. Legal Center: Administrative support; answer small business and NFIB member inquiries; manage donor lists and support development activities; manage and produce without supervision all website content, newsletters, and annual report, and to assist in communication of Legal Center work to NFIB staff. Research Foundation: Administrative support; proof and manage the production of NFIB Research Foundation products and maintain Research Foundation Website. Must communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; work outcomes must meet and / or exceed productivity and quality standards. Must be able to work as part of a cooperative team environment and independent of direct supervision; adhere to Company and Department policies and procedures. Performs other projects as needed.

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