Programs Assistant

Fast-paced non-profit association seeks detailed oriented person to provide support for educational programs, trainings, and networking the activities of the Sections and other volunteer groups of the Boston Bar Association. This position will also manage the online and internal organization-wide calendar and be responsible for coordinating internal program logistics. The position will also work with other staff members to coordinate the promotion of various programs. While this is an entry-level position with a wide range of administrative duties, an intelligent and motivated self-starter will have many opportunities to take on challenging assignments and grow professionally.

The successful candidate will have strong analytical, organizational and project management skills; exceptional writing skills with attention to detail, possess ability to manage multiple projects independently, and strong communication and interpersonal skills to interact with volunteer leadership and senior staff. A college degree is required, and proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) is a must. Knowledge of ADOBE suite software is desired.

Submit cover letter and resume to hr@bostonbar.org

Member Services Assistant

The Boston Bar Association seeks a resourceful, energetic and professional individual to provide support for the Lawyer Referral Service, front desk administration and other programs of the BBA. The Member Services Assistant will respond to requests for legal assistance from the general public and make appropriate referrals to local attorneys and other legal resources and oversee data entry for the LRS department. The Member Services Assistant will also engage in customer service functions at the front desk/reception area answering telephone inquiries and greeting BBA members and the general public (some evening hours required). While this is an entry-level position with a wide range of administrative duties, an intelligent and motivated self-starter will have many opportunities to take on challenging assignments and grow professionally.

The successful candidate will have strong analytical, organizational and project management skills; exceptional attention to detail, possess the ability to manage multiple projects independently, and strong communication and interpersonal skills to interact with members and volunteer leadership. A college degree is preferred, and proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) is a must.

Email cover letter and resume to hr@bostonbar.org.


Benefits:
  • Paid vacation, sick, and personal leave
  • 401(k) retirement plan
  • Health insurance benefits
  • Dental insurance benefits
  • Life, AD&D and LTD insurance benefits