The ABLE National Resource Center (ABLE NRC) Project
Coordinator is responsible for day to day support (20 hours per week) for the
Institute that is dedicated to advancing saving and financial security and
stability for persons with disabilities and their families through the use of
ABLE accounts. The Project Coordinator administers, implements, and monitors
deadlines and deliverables; provides professional and timely assistance to
staff and contractors; provides executive assistance to the ABLE NRC Director.
The Project Coordinator position can allow the selected candidate the
opportunity to work from home.
Including, but not limited to:
1. Provide executive administrative assistance to the ABLE NRC
2. Create a master calendar; maintain an ongoing master calendar of
events with activities, deliverables, deadlines and staffing.
3. Assist with virtual and on-site meeting planning
implementation and logistics.
4. Facilitate webinar and other e-learning
opportunities with set-up, logistics and real-time supports.
5. Coordinate conference calls, develop agendas, prepare and take
minutes, and put minutes in the appropriate formats.
6. Ensure quarterly report deadlines are met and assist in writing
and producing reports due to funders.
7. Support all aspects of trainings for partners and the public,
formatting, facilitating, and executing technology (Webex, Zoom and Adobe).
8. Provide exceptional customer service to all stakeholders and
audiences accessing the ABLE NRC, utilizing exemplary verbal and nonverbal
interpersonal and professional communication skills.
9. Provide support to ABLE NRC Director related to ABLE Ambassador
10. Handle all travel logistics, and other requests of this nature.
To perform this job
successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty
satisfactorily. Requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge,
skill, and/or ability required.
· Bachelor’s degree or currently a student with an accredited college or
university in political science, social science, finance, public
administration, or a related field of study.
· 3+ years’ experience in project management for a
large project with experience in data analysis and report development.
· Knowledge of Microsoft Office, including
Outlook, Word, Excel, and Publisher.
· Experience working with GANTT charts and chart
development in alternative formats.
· Flexibility, adaptability to changing circumstances.
·Ability to seek ways to constantly improve
efficiency of work processes.
· Excellent communication skills in person, in
writing, by telephone, and by email; demonstrating professionalism, courtesy,
and respect to a variety of audiences.
· Completes assignments in a timely manner, and
appropriately evaluates own progress toward completion of work goals.
· Ability to work independently and in a team.
· Excellent time management and ability to meet
deadlines and work under pressure.
Ability to prepare comprehensive reports and
information when requested.
Demonstrated history of project coordination.
Experience with federal agency protocols a plus.
Experience with disability policy and/or
experience working with people with disabilities a plus.
Experience with document accessibility
requirements a plus.
· Personal experience with ABLE account ownership, either as an individual account owner or as a family member of an account owner.
· Familiarity with the ABLE Act, ABLE accounts and/or state ABLE programs
· Experience working with local, state and/or federal agencies and community based organizations
· Personal experience with ABLE account ownership, either as an individual account owner or as a family member of an…
To apply, please submit cover letter,
resume, and writing sample (no more than 5 pages) to Gail Watson, Director of
Finance, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No phone calls, please.