WWI 100th Anniversary Commemoration Commission
The United States World War One CentennialCommission
Position Title, Series,Grade:
Staff Executive Assistant, GS-0301-11
Salary: $64,650- $84,094 Annual
Duty Location: Washington,DC
Work Schedule: FullTime
This is a term-limited appointment – The later of July 29, 2019 or the Commission’stermination
The World War I Centennial Commission does not offer career positions. All positions are subject to availability of funds.
This position reports directly to the Executive Director, and provides professional support services. The incumbent must exhibit a broad interdisciplinary background in the specialized fields of fundraising, communications, and information technology, and interpersonal relationships. He/She will be expected to deal with executive level persons in both the private and public sectors.
II. MAJOR DUTIES ANDRESPONSIBILITIES
-- Provides support to fundraising team including direct contact follow up with sponsors and potential sponsors.
-- Develops and maintains Commission’s relationship with all U.S. Veteran’s Service Organizations (VSOs), including day-to-day fundraising and outreach activity.
-- Maintains Commission’s online calendar of events.
-- Provides additional administrative duties as required.
FACTOR 1 - KNOWLEDGEREQUIRED
-- Knowledge at a level to serve as an outreach expert in the day to day operations of a national organization.
-- Experience at a level to serve as an expert in interpersonal communications.
-- Knowledge at a level to serve as an operator of basic office information technology systems.
-- Knowledge of Commission program goals and objectives, the sequence and timing of key program events and milestone
-- Knowledge of relationships with other programs and key administrative support functions within the Commission and other agencies at the Federal, state, and locallevel.
FACTOR 2 - SUPERVISORYCONTROLS
The employee's supervisor is the Executive Director. The employee is typically delegated broad responsibility to provide support capability in this small and agile office. He/She will work closely on a day to day basis with all staff directors, but mainly with the Director of Development and the Administrative Officer.
FACTOR 3 -GUIDELINES
Guidelines consist of ethical considerations for employees of the United States Government, and generally accepted fundraising ethical guidelines.
FACTOR 4 -COMPLEXITY
The work consists of projects which drive productivity of substantive mission-oriented programs.
FACTOR 5 - SCOPE ANDEFFECT
The purpose of the work is to accelerate successful fundraising efforts for the Commission and to assist in providing program material elements to its various publics.
FACTORS 6&7 - PERSONAL CONTACTS AND PURPOSE OFCONTACTS
Contacts are with persons outside the Commission and with high level program officials in a variety of settings and environments inside and outside of the Commission. The purpose of contacts is to influence managers or other officials to accept and implement findings and recommendations on organizational improvement or program effectiveness, or cooperate with and/or support Commission programs, initiatives, or events. The employee may encounter resistance due to organizational conflict, competing objectives, or resource problems.
FACTOR 8 - PHYSICALDEMANDS
No unusual physical exertion is required. FACTOR 9 - WORKENVIRONMENT
The work is performed in an office setting.
IV. UNIQUE POSITIONREQUIREMENTS
-- Strong business writing skills.
-- Strong communication, training, and interpersonalskills.
-- Ability to work effectively in an unsupervisedenvironment.
-- Availability to travel domestically and internationally if required. Travel will be minimal.
If you are interested in being considered for this position, send your resume to: