This person will apply project management skills to support ASSP volunteer leader groups, help execute virtual community programming for members, and coordinate the ASSP awards and honors program with colleagues from across the organization. This individual will successfully manage multiple projects, be highly attentive to details and able to readily adapt to change. This is a highly visible, member-facing position that requires strong verbal and written communication abilities and exemplary interpersonal skills focused on delivering a positive member experience.
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties include but are not limited to
Responsible for coordinating meetings of key volunteer groups such as ASSP councils, past presidents/Fellows, and other specific task forces or committees as assigned. This will entail collaborating with volunteers and staff to coordinate schedules, develop meeting agenda and provide consistent communication related to execution and outcome of these meetings.
Support ASSP councils, committees and other volunteer groups by collaboratively working with staff liaisons, developing consistent messaging and helping to identify intersection points among the varying groups.
Support the volunteer experience at all levels for ASSP community webinars, including event set-up and registration, leader and speaker preparation.
Develop and oversee an annual timeline and project plan for all Society-level awards and honors programs, working with appropriate committees and staff stakeholders to ensure each award follows the established process, from nomination through award delivery and recognition.
Participate on and support leader development projects and cross-functional project teams as assigned.
Create a values-based experience that results in engaged members and advances ASSP’s strategic goals.
Non - Exempt
Bachelor’s degree preferred and 2 years of related or relevant experience required.
Well-organized, self-directed and process/detail oriented. Project management skills are essential.
Able to readily solve problems to address challenges or inefficiencies for best results.
Excellent attention to detail and dedication to accuracy in work.
Demonstrates leadership quality and a persistent self-motivator who can work with minimal oversight and achieve goals.
Apply strong written and verbal communication skills to clearly explain project concepts, requirements and expectations to team members and volunteers.
Able effectively execute multiple responsibilities.
Mastery of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams and OneDrive. Proficiency with Excel preferred.
Commitment to ASSP’s CLEAR (Collaborate, Learn, Excel, Accountable, Respectful) values.
Full-time position with the ability to work M-F during normal business hours. May be expected to occasionally work outside of normal business hours.
Ability to travel to conferences and/or meetings.
Telecommuting is allowed.
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