Program Manager$65,000-$75,000The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) is seeking a talented and versatile Program Manager to serve as a key member of our Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Program (NOSP). Reporting directly to the Director of the NOSP, the successful candidate will perform a range of professional and administrative support functions. To learn more about the NOSP, please see AUSA’s website at nature of the work requires a working knowledge of the military to include organizational structure, military rank and position, protocol policies and procedures. Position requires a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and 3+ years of related administrative/professional experience. Program management experience preferred. Must be proficient with Microsoft Office/Share Point applications and data management. Good oral and written communication and public speaking skills are a must.Duties:Serves as the liaison and coordinator for all correspondence to and from Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Programs to include articles for inclusion to Army Magazine. Must have the written skills to research, write and published articles of interest in AUSA Extra and produce AUSA Soldier Today Podcast Scripts.Serves as the NCO & Soldier Programs Social Media Manager. Must be able to spearhead campaigns on platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Create promotional tactics that will increase growth and traffic on all social media platforms 10% annually. Serves as liaison between the Vice President/Director and the offices of the Sergeant Major of the Army, the Command Sergeant Major of the Army National Guard, and the Command Sergeant Major of the Army Reserve.Serves as the liaison between Vice President/Director and guests for the Soldier Today Podcast Series and the AUSA Army Matters Podcast Team. This includes scheduling and posting to the NCO & Soldier Programs Master Event Calendar. Serves as liaison between the Vice President/Director and all Army component senior noncommissioned officers particularly during the planning of installation and organizational visits.Serves as liaison between the Vice President/Director and all Chapter leaders particularly during the planning of Chapter, installation and organizational visits.Provides recommendations for improving the association’s actions and programs affecting noncommissioned officers and junior enlisted soldiers.Monitors and provides submissions to the annual Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Programs Directorate budget ensuring all transactions are reviewed by the Vice President and Director prior to submission.Coordinates travel requirements for the Vice President/Director Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Programs ensuring maximum effective coverage within geographical areas to full economic advantage.Represents the Vice President and Director in Association staff meetings when they are unable to attend.Receives and satisfactorily resolves member requests for information, services, adjustments, and identification problems in the Association database system.Maintains digital; and if necessary, paper historical files for the Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Programs. Maintains contact rosters.Maintains and updates the master calendar and scheduled events for Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Programs.Attends meetings internally and externally to AUSA to facilitate and coordinate all NCO and Soldier Events.AUSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity and conducts background checks.