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Careers at NAHB

As one of the most influential trade associations in the Washington, D.C. area, NAHB is an exciting and rewarding place to work. Our people help serve, promote and support the home building industry through aggressive legislative action, policy development, legal services, economic forecasting and analysis, education and more.

At NAHB, we know that our people are our most valuable resource. We go to great lengths to attract and retain proven professionals, and to develop quality leadership for our future. NAHB proudly supports its staff through:

  • Competitive benefits
  • State-of-the-art technology
  • Promoting from within
  • Recognizing organizational commitment and tenure
  • Rewarding excellence

If you want to contribute to every American’s dream of homeownership, and you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment, check our employment opportunities below to see if there is a position that matches your skills and experience.

If you are interested in career opportunities with NAHB’s affiliates and subsidiaries, visit and the for further details. NAHB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Current Opportunities at NAHB

Analyst, Web Services

Group: Information Technology and Services

Are you a tech-savvy professional with a passion for web services and digital innovation? NAHB is looking for a Web Services Analyst to play a vital role in enhancing its online presence. This opportunity involves overseeing one of our key websites — buildersshow.com, various microsites, NAHB Intranet and spearheading other web-based initiatives. Your expertise will help shape the digital experience for our stakeholders and contribute to the success of our association.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Project Support:
    • Execute project tasks aligned with project plans.
    • Provide support on large-scale web projects.
    • Assist in testing and documentation efforts.
  • Web Operations:
    • Regularly update NAHB’s web platforms.
    • Coordinate with stakeholders to maintain accurate, timely and consistent messaging.
    • Innovate in presenting existing content.
  • Web Solutions and Support:
    • Engage with departments to understand online solution needs.
    • Gather project requirements and advise on web content distribution.
    • Conduct QA to enhance user experience.

Qualifications:

  • Exceptional communication and customer service skills.
  • Proven internet customer service experience with a portfolio of developed solutions.
  • Self-motivated with an ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects.
  • Experience in breaking down complex systems for development.
  • Strong understanding of web capabilities, e-commerce structures and user experience.
  • Knowledge of interactive production processes including graphics, web page production and basic programming.

Why NAHB?

  • Join an organization that's leading the building industry.
  • Contribute to significant projects with wide-reaching impact.
  • Enjoy a vibrant work environment that encourages growth and collaboration.
  • Benefit from a competitive salary and a benefits package that supports your well-being.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Assistant General Counsel

NAHB is seeking a seasoned attorney to provide contract drafting and review for a large volume of contracts. This position also provides legal support to NAHB staff, committees, councils and task forces as needed. It also provides information to state and local associations on various issues by teaching educational programs and writing articles to assist local executive officers and members.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Review, analyze, improve, and comment on routine or standard contracts required by NAHB. Advise and educate non-legal staff on how to improve contracts required by NAHB.
  • Research, write and edit legal information for NAHB’s departments, committees, councils and task forces, as well as for state and local associations and their respective attorneys.
  • Provide legal analysis and recommendations on various legal issues affecting NAHB as directed by the General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel to support NAHB departments and committees.
  • Draft or rewrite contracts required by the Association to formalize business relationships, including, but not limited to, convention center agreements, commercial leases and financial documents. Negotiate contracts and settlements of disputes with vendors, trademark infringers and prospective litigants to protect the Association from legal and financial liability and negative publicity.
  • Address and solve problems involving novel issues affecting NAHB, its subsidiaries and affiliates, or the Federation.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated strong abilities in all aspects of contracts, as well as in non-profit association law, hospitality law, antitrust and related legal issues.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with leadership within NAHB staff and membership.
  • Strong writing skills and the ability to speak and present complex legal information to others.
  • Ability to negotiate disagreements and disputes among various parties.
  • Ability to maintain sensitive information on a confidential basis.
  • Ability to balance various responsibilities, demands and assignments from numerous stakeholders.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of five years of experience reviewing, drafting, analyzing and negotiating varied types of contracts.
  • Minimum of one year of experience in association, hospitality and/or antitrust law.
  • Experience with residential building industry and non-profit operations and related issues or intellectual property expertise a plus.
  • Law degree from an accredited law school.
  • Active member in good standing with the District of Columbia Bar.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Chief Advocacy Officer

Group: Advocacy

NAHB seeks a seasoned advocacy professional to assume the Chief Advocacy Officer (CAO) role. As the head of our Advocacy Group, this key position will oversee critical departments, including Federal Government Affairs, State and Local Government Affairs, Housing Finance, Regulatory, and Legal Advocacy. This role will also oversee all of NAHB’s political activities.

The CAO will play a key role in crafting and executing NAHB's advocacy strategies, fostering positive outcomes for the home-building industry. The ideal candidate should demonstrate a proven record of effective leadership and management, with a skill for fostering a collaborative environment.

Reporting directly to the CEO and serving on the Management Team, the CAO will be the primary link between NAHB leadership and advocacy matters.

Qualifications:

  • Exceptional presentation and public speaking skills are essential, as this key position will represent NAHB on home-building issues to internal and external audiences.
  • Proven leadership and management experience in advocacy, preferably within the housing or construction industry.
  • Extensive background in government affairs, regulatory affairs, and legal advocacy.
  • Strong understanding of legislative and regulatory frameworks.
  • Excellent communication and relationship-building abilities.
  • Ability to manage a staff of advocacy professionals.

Education:

  • Bachelor’s/master’s degree in law, public policy, political science, or a related field.

If you are a dynamic leader passionate about advancing the home-building industry through strategic advocacy, we invite you to apply for this transformative role at NAHB. Join us in shaping the future of home building and advocating for the business interests of our members nationwide.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Coordinator, BUILD-PAC

Group: Government Affairs

NAHB is seeking a coordinator to provide administrative and fundraising support to its federal political action committee, BUILD-PAC, and the Government Affairs department.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide administrative support to the PAC fundraising team by maintaining donor lists, preparing meeting materials and updating donor communications.
  • Track donor invoices and processes all incoming PAC contributions.
  • Maintain and update the donor database.
  • Help with fundraising campaigns, thank-you notes and following up with lapsed donors.
  • Track and assist with the distribution of BUILD-PAC funds to federal candidates and political committees.

Qualifications:

  • Ability to meet deadlines and have strong attention to detail to ensure accuracy.
  • Strong verbal and written communication and organizational skills.
  • Ability to interface with all levels of staff and NAHB members.
  • Knowledge of the MS Office Suite.

  • A minimum of one to two years of administrative experience in fundraising, campaign work, marketing, public relations, meeting planning or a related field is required.
  • A bachelor’s degree in political science, public relations or a related field, or equivalent in education and experience, is required.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

HR Generalist

Group: Human Resources

NAHB is looking for a HR Generalist to join the growing HR department. The HR Generalist plays a critical role by supporting a wide range of human resources functions, including recruitment, payroll, benefits administration and compliance. This position is designed to ensure the smooth operation of the HR department and uphold NAHB’s commitment to its employees’ success within the organization.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage the flow of employee information from application to separation.
  • Maintain employee files and ensure the accuracy of any information related to payroll changes.
  • Assist with the coordination of payroll-related actions and system maintenance.
  • Coordinate the recruitment process, post job ads and conduct initial candidate screenings.
  • Maintain and manage the recruitment process in coordination with hiring managers.
  • Maintain employee benefits records/files and assist employees with benefits-related queries.
  • Oversee the onboarding process and ensure seamless integration into payroll, benefits and operations.
  • Manage the separation process, including exit interviews and file closure.
  • Create new employee files, manage I-9 and E-Verify processes, and maintain compliance records.
  • Provide general administrative support and manage department expenses.
  • Maintain department records and supplies, and coordinate with Finance as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Three to five years of proven experience in Human Resources.
  • Experience in recruitment and managing the recruitment lifecycle.
  • Familiarity with HR systems and payroll software.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to handle confidential information responsibly.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.

Why NAHB?

  • Join an organization that’s leading the building industry.
  • Contribute to significant projects with wide-reaching impact.
  • Enjoy a vibrant work environment that encourages growth and collaboration.
  • Benefit from a competitive salary and a benefits package that supports your well-being.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

HR Manager

Group: Human Resources

NAHB is looking for a HR Manager to join the growing HR department. The HR Manager is responsible for effectively managing HR-related activities including recruitment, benefits administration, policy implementation and employee communications. This role ensures that managers receive the necessary support and expertise for staffing and plays a pivotal role in employee engagement and culture development through organized events and communications. Additionally, the position involves providing manager-level benefits administration support and collaborating closely with employees, brokers and carriers to resolve issues and maintain morale.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage all phases of the employment lifecycle for employees.
  • Provide guidance to hiring managers and oversee the recruitment process.
  • Represent NAHB at job fairs and networking events.
  • Serve as the point of contact for the acquisition of temporary staff.
  • Develop and coordinate HR-sponsored staff activities and events.
  • Provide confidential advice and counseling in compliance with employment laws.
  • Conduct New Employee Orientation and manage the onboarding process.
  • Manage benefits administration and annual open enrollment process.
  • Work to resolved escalated benefits inquiries.
  • Provide backup support for HR-related payroll changes and communication with the payroll team.
  • Oversee internal and external HR-related communication in partnership with the CHRO.
  • Ensure accurate and timely HR communications.
  • Track hiring, staffing and other HR related data, and prepare related reports and analysis.

Qualifications:

  • At least five years of proven experience in Human Resources. Supervisory experience preferred.
  • Experience in recruitment and managing the recruitment lifecycle.
  • Knowledge of employment laws and regulations, and experience in administering them in a human resources environment.
  • Customer service oriented.
  • Familiarity with HR systems and payroll software.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to handle confidential information responsibly.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.

Why NAHB?

  • Join an organization that’s leading the building industry.
  • Contribute to significant projects with wide-reaching impact.
  • Enjoy a vibrant work environment that encourages growth and collaboration.
  • Benefit from a competitive salary and a benefits package that supports your well-being.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Staff Counsel

Group: Legal Advocacy

NAHB seeks an attorney to join its friendly, hard-working staff. The position is within NAHB’s Legal Advocacy group. The Staff Counsel will assist with identifying litigation opportunities that will contribute to enhancing NAHB’s mission and support other departments.

This position participates in developing legal actions on behalf of NAHB pursuant to NAHB policy. The Staff Counsel contributes to the daily operations of the NAHB Litigation Program and Land Development Department. The role provides legal analysis, support, assistance and education to NAHB leadership, staff, and state/local home builder associations and members with respect to energy, finance, and multifamily/single family housing issues.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Liaison with NAHB government affairs, codes, regulatory and communications staff to coordinate NAHB’s legal efforts with the activities of other departments.
  • Provide legal research, analysis, counsel and opinions to NAHB senior staff, other staff and senior officers on Administrative Procedure Act, environmental/energy, and other issues as assigned.
  • Provide legal education to state and local home builder associations and members on federal legal issues.
  • Provide in-the-field consultation services to state and local associations as needed and respond to member inquiries on such issues.
  • Assist in the preparation of strategic plans and budgets for individual cases, prepares Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for distribution to outside counsel for potential representation in new litigation.
  • Assist in the selection of appropriate counsel to represent NAHB in proactive litigation.
  • Manage outside counsel.
  • Assist with developing and reviewing litigation strategies on a variety of federal housing issues.
  • Research and identify existing and potential cases of importance to NAHB members.
  • Assist with the development and preparation of pleadings, briefs and other court documents for filing in new and active litigation.
  • Attend industry coalition meetings.
  • Craft amicus briefs for filing in federal and state courts.
  • Assist staff at all levels of the association by providing legal research and information to legislative and policy questions.

Required Qualifications:

  • Two to six years of relevant legal experience.
  • Knowledge of the Administrative Procedure Act notice and comment process.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze, research, write and balance multiple assignments.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform effectively in a team setting and a willingness to travel occasionally.
  • Experience with federal laws that impact home building, including environmental, finance and energy statutes.
  • Ability to work in a cross-disciplinary team environment and interact with NAHB’s broad membership.
  • D.C. Bar license or the ability to obtain. U.S. Supreme Court bar admission or ability to obtain.
  • A background in the Federal Administrative Process is preferred.

Work Conditions:

  • Three days in person/two days remote.
  • Occasional travel is required.
  • Public speaking and presenting at local/state home-building associations may be required.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Communications and Public Affairs

Group: Communications & Public Affairs

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to support the Communications and Public Affairs department.

Key Responsibilities

The intern will assist with the creation of website content based on recent polling collected by NAHB. The intern will also create graphics and maintain text from the information collected. They will also participate in the development of NAHB’s newsletter program for local associations.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate should possess strong writing and editing skills and be proficient in Excel. Ability to work both collaboratively in a team environment and independently is desired. The anticipated work schedule for this internship is five days per week. This position entails a hybrid work schedule; the selected candidate will be onsite for three days each week.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Government Affairs

Group: Government Affairs

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to support the Government Affairs department.

Key Responsibilities

The intern in this position will support all aspects of the Government Affairs team. They will follow congressional hearings, attend meetings and conduct research on various issues.

During the internship, they will work with NAHB’s Political Action Committee team to help advance its mission to elect a pro-housing Congress by assisting in various fundraising and political efforts. This is a great opportunity to learn about the legislative process and housing policy.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills and will be able to dissect complex issues for easier consumption. Candidates should also be detail-orientated, and can stay on task and meet deadlines. They must be proficient in MS Office.

The anticipated work schedule for this internship is four days per week with an average 30 hours weekly. This position entails a hybrid work schedule; the selected candidate will be onsite for three days each week.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Information Technology and Services

Group: Information Technology and Services

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to support the Information Technology and Services department.

Key Responsibilities

The intern will assist with the retention of the association’s archived resources, including print, audio, video and any other medium. The intern will review the existing structure and retrieval system to ensure proper storage, filing and retraction of sources. The intern will also assist with documentation and process of archived resources retention and work on the association’s micro-sites.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate must be able to perform complex tasks with accuracy and attention to detail. Candidates should possess strong written and verbal communication skills and exercise independent judgement. Experience working in a library and/or knowledge of information science or archival studies is a plus. The anticipated work schedule for this internship is five days per week, with an average 37.5 hours weekly.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Marketing

Group: Marketing

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to support the Marketing department. The intern will support the association’s upcoming Council marketing campaigns and new Swag Store. They will also support other digital marketing efforts and projects as needed.

Key Responsibilities

The intern will be responsible for collaborating with copywriters and designers on the production and execution of digital and print assets. During this internship, they will collect data and provide feedback on these projects to improve them over time.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in marketing or business development, be creative and collaborative. The person in this role should have strong organizational and time management skills and a basic understanding of mail, social media, and print marketing and design.

The anticipated work schedule for this internship is four days per week, with an average 30 hours weekly. This position entails a hybrid work schedule; the selected candidate will be onsite for three days each week.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Member Savings

Group: Business Development

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to support the Member Savings Program. The Member Savings Program is a significant benefit of NAHB membership.

The intern will work closely with program manager to identify areas of growth in participation in the program. Projects assigned to the intern will provide valuable learning opportunities in business development, collaboration amongst internal departments, stakeholders and program management.

Key Responsibilities

The intern will be responsible for reviewing local and state home builder association participation in the program, creating marketing tools for local and state home builder association leadership, responding to inquiries regarding member savings, and conducting research to identify creative and unique opportunities to expand the program.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate will have an interest in member engagement and association management, effective verbal and written communications skills, the ability to analyze data, possess critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and experience with MS Office. The anticipated work schedule for this internship is five days per week, with an average 37.5 hours weekly. This position entails a hybrid work schedule; the selected candidate will be onsite for three days each week.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Membership

Group: Membership

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to support the Membership department.

Key Responsibilities

The intern will assist the manager and director with data collection via outreach to local Young Professional programs and produce AI-generated video guides to connect with local Young Professional groups. The intern will help to create social media posts, education and event surveys, and guides to educate students on marketing and training skills.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate must be able to manage multiple projects while maintaining a high level of attention to detail. Candidates should be customer service oriented, able to build relationships, and possess strong communication skills. Candidates with a major in business administration, marketing or media planning is preferred, and experience/knowledge of the building industry is a plus.

The anticipated work schedule for this internship is five days per week, with an average 37.5 hours weekly. This position entails a hybrid work schedule; the selected candidate will be onsite for three days each week.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Sponsorship and Advertising Sales

Group: Marketing & Business Development

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to work with the Marketing & Business Development team.

Key Responsibilities

The intern will assist the team with the marketing/media kit preparation for NAHB’s 2024 summer and fall sales efforts. The intern will also help prepare the data and materials to be utilized by the team for NAHB’s 2025 International Builders’ Show sales efforts. Additionally, the intern will provide support for the team in lead prospecting.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate should possess strong Excel and Adobe PDF skills. Experience with online information posting is required, and basic HTML skills are a plus.

The anticipated work schedule for this internship is five days per week, with an average 30-35 hours weekly. This position entails a hybrid work schedule; the selected candidate will be onsite for three days each week.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Student Chapters

Group: Student Chapters

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to support Student Chapter.

Key Responsibilities

The intern will assist with creating an engagement program, supporting the existing program, and developing new enhancements. The intern will work with the manager on student chapter membership renewal and outreach campaigns. They will also work with the senior director on the organization, planning and communications of core programs supporting the Boys & Girls Club partnership and HBCU Student Leadership Program.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate should be proficient in Excel or Google Sheets. Candidates should possess strong organizational skills and be customer service oriented. Candidates with interests in virtual and in-person events and marketing and/or promotion are encouraged to apply. The anticipated work schedule for this internship is three days per week, with an average 22.5 hours weekly.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Summer Intern, Survey Research

Group: Economics and Housing Policy

NAHB seeks an undergraduate student to support the Economics and Housing Policy team.

Key Responsibilities

The intern will assist with producing blogs based on online data on the TOP 100 Builders and Local Leaders in 50 Metro markets. The intern will analyze and summarize data, utilizing Excel and Tableau, and create posts to communicate findings.

Qualifications and Requirements

The ideal candidate must have analytical and writing skills. Candidates should have advanced knowledge of Excel and ability to learn Tableau. Candidates with a major in statistics, economics and/or finance are preferred. The anticipated work schedule for this internship is five days per week, with an average 37.5 hours weekly. This position entails a hybrid work schedule; the selected candidate will be onsite for three days each week.

Timeline

The internship term is Monday, June 10, through Friday, Aug. 9.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Systems Developer

Group: Information Technology and Services

NAHB seeks a systems developer to assist the NAHB senior application developers in ensuring effective operations and maintenance of NAHB’s systems, including the association management system (AMS), in addition to other applications. The position will assist the Information Technology and Services (ITS) development team with all design, coding, implementation, and support aspects.

The system developer will work closely with the senior developers to learn the code base, write code, fix bugs, and attend requirements and design meetings.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining NAHB’s AMS (Aptify).
  • Participate in the NAHB AMS integration with various third-party and custom applications, custom-built applications and NAHB’s websites.
  • Participate in the testing of Aptify-based based software solutions.
  • Perform application verification and validation.
  • Compile data and write reports for applications and other completed projects.
  • Assist in maintaining and upgrading the existing software applications to meet the Association’s changing needs.
  • Support data conversions by creating SQL scripts and SQL Server Data Transformation Services (DTS) in SSIS.
  • Provide support to users for Aptify Desktop and Aptify Web applications as well as other systems developed or managed by NAHB's ITS team.
  • Assist the NAHB development team in the GAP analysis and reporting requirements for projects.

Qualifications:

  • The ideal candidate will have at least three years of experience developing browser-based solutions with ASP.Net, VB.Net or C#, DHTML, XML, JavaScript, and CSS.
  • Deep SQL Server experience is required to utilize Transact-SQL stored procedures, views, functions, and triggers.
  • Experience developing software applications and supporting AMS installations. Aptify experience preferred.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Vice President, BUILD-PAC

Group: Government Affairs

NAHB seeks a vice president to manage its federal political action committee, BUILD-PAC. The qualified candidate will develop and implement strategic fundraising initiatives to meet BUILD-PAC’s $3.25 million fundraising goal and expand NAHB member participation in BUILD-PAC. The candidate will oversee BUILD-PAC’s Congressional disbursement strategy and all necessary Federal Election Commission (FEC) compliance. This position manages the day-to-day operations of the government affairs department, including budgeting and general operations. NAHB seeks a strong leader who thrives in a team environment and can prioritize competing projects.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Serves as the primary liaison with the BUILD-PAC leadership.
  • Oversees the management of BUILD-PAC’s officers and 150-member Board of Trustees.
  • Manages all FEC compliance and reporting requirements.
  • Directs all BUILD-PAC’s fundraising strategies and programs including donor retention, growing participation, PAC High Donor Clubs, and state and local fundraising across the federation.
  • Oversees BUILD-PAC’s disbursements strategy including a complex congressional rating system.
  • Directs NAHB’s congressional endorsements program.
  • Works across the association with key volunteer leaders and staff to ensure BUILD-PAC is an intricate part of the NAHB federation.
  • Serves as a liaison to the political party committees.
  • Strategizes with Government Affairs senior staff to enhance NAHB’s political presence.
  • Supervises three direct reports to ensure the execution of BUILD-PAC goals and compliance.
  • Tracks, develops, and maintains the Government Affairs budget.
  • Manages day-to-day operations of the Government Affairs department.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • A minimum of 10 years prior political fundraising and PAC management experience is required.
  • Knowledge of FEC compliance and regulations.
  • Knowledge of federal government affairs is preferred.
  • Management experience preferred.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must be detail-oriented with great organizational skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Knowledge of the MS Office Suite, as well as PAC database and compliance software, is required.
  • A bachelor’s degree in political science, business administration or a related field is required.

To apply for this position, please submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer