National Association of Social Workers - Georgia Chapter
The NASW-Georgia Chapter, with a membership of over 2500, is seeking an executive director with a solid knowledge of social work values and strong organizational and communication skills. Position requires:
Ability to give direction to and provide supervision of continuing education programs, member services, organizational & leadership development, and legislative efforts relevant to the membership and the social work profession
Strong budget management skills
Minimum of 5 years of supervisory and administrative experience
Advanced computer literacy (website maintenance, dexterity with using social media, etc.)
Experience working with professional organizations and Boards; recruiting and organizing volunteers
Commitment to--and ability to effectively articulate--social work values and issues, including social justice
Media relations and public speaking skills
Excellent customer service skills
Good time management skills, including ability to complete assigned tasks within the designated time frame
MSW preferred, undergraduate degree required.
Chapter office is located in Atlanta; some travel required to other Georgia communities, as needed.
Salary: $60,000 - $65,000 plus benefits.
Application deadline: December 27, 2013
NASW-Georgia is an equal opportunity employer.
Send cover letter and resume, addressing above qualifications, to Jan Ligon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest in this position and in the NASW- Georgia Chapter.
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The first two webinars in NASW’s free five-course training module on social work practice with service members, veterans, and their families are available online on demand. Live webinars have been available exclusively to NASW members. Courses are free and offer 2 CEs each upon successful completion of the online post-test. Military Social Work Training Module
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