Do you have excellent project management and customer service skills working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment? American Public Works Association (APWA), a national non-profit association, seeks an Education & Credentialing Coordinator located in our downtown Kansas City office.
The primary responsibilities of this position include serving as the primary contact for the 13-member Education & Credentialing Department; providing administrative and technical support to the Accreditation program; providing administrative support to committee liaisons; and providing customer service to general internal and external inquiries about APWA Education & Credentialing programs.
The ideal candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills; administrative experience in a multi-task environment; great customer service skills, prioritize workload, comfortable writing for and presenting to various audiences; ability to be flexible and organized. Candidate must be highly proficient in Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel and PP) version 2016 or higher.
The successful candidate will have a minimum education of an associate degree combined with a minimum of two years’ experience related to support of administrative staff or equivalent combination of education and experience. Familiarity with association or non-profit experience preferred.
TO APPLY BY FEBRUARY 14, 2020: Submit resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: Attn: Monica Smith, APWA HR, 1200 Main Street, Suite 1400, Kansas City, MO, 64105.
About American Public Works Association
The American Public Works Association is an educational and professional association of public agencies, private sector companies, and individuals dedicated to providing high quality public works goods and services.
Originally chartered in 1937, APWA is the largest and oldest organization of its kind in the world, with headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri, an office in Washington, D.C., and 63 chapters throughout North America. APWA provides a forum in which public works professionals can exchange ideas, improve professional competency, increase the performance of their agencies and companies, and bring important public works-related topics to public attention in local, state and federal arenas.
The association is a highly participatory organization, with hundreds of opportunities for leadership and service, and a network of several dozen national committees in every area of public works. Governed by a 17-member board of directors, elected at both the regional and national levels, APWA is an open, flexible association with a diversified membership of 30,000 and a reputation for quality services and products