Part-time Communication and Administrative Specialist

The National Assessment Center Association (NAC) is looking for a part-time Communication and Administrative Specialist.  This will be a new position within the organization and will work directly with the Executive Director. Listed below are anticipated responsibilities based on the interest and experience of the person selected selected.

  • Assist with communication related to “storytelling;” specifically stories of youth and families impacted by Assessment Centers.
  • Prepare web and/or electronic materials for use by others, editing content and adding appropriate graphic and design elements.
  • Respond to and initiate inquiries from NAC Members as well as communities and professionals interested in system diversion and prevention.
  • Compose and/or prepare correspondence, forms, newsletters, reports using appropriate word processing and spreadsheet tools. Perform basic statistical calculations on data for reports and presentations.
  • Develop and schedule social media content.

  • Plan, prioritize and schedule meetings, trainings, or conferences on behalf of the organization.
  • Assist with grant proposals and serve as a resource for information related to the administration of grants and contracts.
  • Compile and maintain information that may require web or library researching, gathering, compiling, and updating data and records.
  • Perform other administrative duties as required to support the mission and function of the organization.
  • Direct, lived experienced in the juvenile justice or child welfare system required
  • Passion for juvenile justice and child welfare system reform
  • Ability to work remotely
  • Experience with web-based platforms 
  • Proficient at Microsoft Office Suite such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.
  • Experience with developing content for social media

To apply, email your resume to [email protected].  Include in the body of the email your interest in the position, briefly any lived experience (I.e., involvement in the justice system as a youth) and your interest in juvenile justice and child welfare system reform.