The Uniform Law Commission (ULC), a nonprofit organization representing state governments, seeks a motivated, articulate, and well-organized receptionist/administrative assistant interested in working in a small, collegial, and hard-working office dedicated to supporting the ULC’s mission of researching and drafting nonpartisan uniform state laws. The successful candidate will serve as receptionist, provide clerical support, organize mailings, manage office supplies and shipping, maintain the general file, schedule conference calls and webinars, provide clerical and general office assistance to legislative attorneys, and assist with special events
Applicants must be highly organized, able to manage multiple projects, and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. College degree required. Experience with MS Office Suite, word processing, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Experience with CRM databases and meeting scheduling software is strongly preferred.
The preferred start date is June 15, 2018; applications received by May 25, 2018 will receive priority until the position is filled. An equal opportunity employer, the ULC welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce.
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About Uniform Law Commission
The Uniform Law Commission (ULC) has worked for the uniformity of state laws since 1892. It is a non-profit unincorporated association, comprised of state commissions on uniform laws from each state, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The state uniform law commissioners come together as the Uniform Law Commission for one purpose—to study and review the law of the states to determine which areas of law should be uniform. The commissioners promote the principle of uniformity by drafting and proposing specific statutes in areas of the law where uniformity between the states is desirable. It must be emphasized that the ULC can only propose—no uniform law is effective until a state legislature adopts it.