The Coalition for Government Procurement (Coalition) is a Washington D.C.-based non-profit association of firms selling commercial services, products and solutions to the Federal Government. Its members collectively account for a significant percentage of the sales generated through GSA contracts, including the Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program. These members include small, medium, and large business concerns. The Coalition is proud to have collaborated with Government officials for more than 40 years in promoting the mutual goal of common-sense acquisition.
The Coalition seeks a candidate to serve as Program Assistant. As a member of the Coalition team, the position will perform association program and administrative responsibilities including:
Serving as the initial contact for members about association activities and events
Providing administrative support for the Coalition President
Supporting the management of content on the association website and the member portal with Marketing
Managing the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system
Supporting Coalition meetings and events from a logistics and technical perspective
Preparing articles and other written materials for the association’s publications and events
The ideal candidate for the position will have:
Excellent writing skills
Ability to work independently
Ability to multi-task and remain flexible in fast-paced work environment
Knowledge of Microsoft Office and ability to use other office software programs
Interested candidates please send a resume and cover letter to Rob Rendely at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Coalition for Government Procurement (“The Coalition”) is a non-profit trade association of government contractors that offer the latest services and products from the commercial market to Federal agencies. We are unique in the broad scope of industries that we represent—from IT, professional services, and security-related firms to pharmaceuticals and healthcare products. The Coalition is proud to have worked with Government officials for more than 40 years towards the mutual goal of common sense acquisition.