At American Inns of Court, we owe our success to our people and processes. The Chapter Services Coordinator is a supportive force behind both, and we’re currently seeking someone exceptional to fill this position. The ideal person for the job will be a problem solver with excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and impeccable attention to detail. The ability to multitask, manage complex schedules, and meet changing deadlines is essential to the position.
Here’s what you need to know:
Project management: track submissions through data entry, create timelines, provide status reports, coordinate resources needed, and communicate deadlines and requirements to staff and chapter leaders.
Volunteer management: serve as staff liaison to Program Awards Committee. Responsible for recruitment and orientation of new committee members; maintaining all communications, deadlines and resources needed to complete the work of the committee; and coordinating recognition efforts and soliciting feedback/evaluation of the Program Awards Committee work/process to ensure continued service of the volunteer members.
Communications: strong writing skills are essential, including the ability to create written program summaries, content for newsletters, etc.
Please supply a cover letter with salary requirements and resume.
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited college or university
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to details and proven ability to manage multiple priorities (writing samples should be provided)
Ease of adaptation/use of new and existing software/tools—including database entry, end-user support for custom designed online chapter administration software, web site content management system, video editing software, learning management system, and all MicroSoft Office products
Ability to work effectively in collaboration with individuals and groups
Additional Salary Information: commensurate with experience
About American Inns of Court
The American Inns of Court Foundation is a national chapter-based organization that promotes ethics, professionalism, civility and mentoring within the legal profession.
Headquartered in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, the Foundation has 13 full-time staff positions. We are located within walking distance to Metro and the many shops and restaurants along King Street.