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NAADAC is always looking for qualified and enthusiastic people to join our team!
The Program Manager will be responsible for serving as the main contact between NAADAC and the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation while overseeing the performance of all services and the production of deliverables provided by NAADAC per agreement with NBCC, including implementing, in coordination with the NBCC Foundation, the distribution of marketing and promotional materials concerning the MFP Program to all academic institutions with Master’s level addiction programs accredited by the National Addiction Studies Accreditation Commission (NASAC) and other graduate level accredited programs with an addiction concentration; responding to all inquiries concerning the MFP and making direct referrals to the NBCC Foundation from potential applicants, participating college/university staff partners, and Advisory Committee members in a timely fashion; and assisting with the implementation of the MFP Advisory Committee in coordination with the NBCC Foundation and support aspects of the Committee’s work.
The Executive Assistant will be responsible for assisting the Executive Director with day-to-day tasks, Executive Committee and Board of Director activities. This part-time position (20 hours a week max) is responsible for a wide range of activities assisting the Executive Director. Candidates must have experience as a personal or executive assistant. Previous work with an association or non-profit board of directors is helpful. Must be proactive with excellent organizational, logistical, and project management skills; strong organizational, communication and writing skills for a variety of projects and diverse audiences. The Executive Assistant will work closely with the Executive Director by assisting with the communications coming into and going out of the Executive Office.
We are committed to ensuring that our interns have a substantive, skill-building experience. They are full and valued members of our team.
The Affiliate and Membership Relations Intern will work with the Affiliate and Membership department to support NAADAC affiliates and membership recruitment at the national and state level. Tasks might include programs for leadership development, strategic planning, marketing, covering meetings with NAADAC leadership, working with affiliates to develop grassroots strategies, member services, and conference planning. Those with an interest in membership services, public administration, business administration, communication, non-profit management and/or marketing should apply.
The Executive Office Intern will assist the Executive Director and Director of Operations to support the department in support projects and research projects for the NAADAC Board of Directors, and Executive Committee. A wide variety of projects should be expected, including long-term projects, and projects on short notice. Projects might include responding to NAADAC members’ queries, and working to support various department projects for NAADAC. Those with an interest in public administration, business administration, and/or association/non-profit management should apply.
The Government Relations Intern will work directly with the Executive Director to support advocacy initiatives. Tasks might include covering meetings on the Hill, working with members to develop grassroots strategies, responding to NAADAC members’ queries regarding public policy initiatives, and supporting the work of the Executive Director to develop awareness of the disease of addiction and its impact on the counselor and client. Those with an interest in public policy, and government relations should apply.