Now Hiring: Apply to be ASC's Membership and Training Manager

Deadline: May 1st


America’s Service Commissions (ASC) is seeking to hire an experienced state service commission professional to fill the newly established position of Membership and Training Manager.

The Membership and Training Manager will play an essential role in supporting and leading training and technical assistance for state service commissions and AmeriCorps State programs including, but not limited to the regional training conferences, webinar series, learning communities, online resources and other initiatives that support training, peer learning, and technical support of state service commissions.

The Membership and Training Manager will play a key role in meeting Goal 1 of the ASC Strategic Plan focused on building the capacity of the state service commission network. The Membership and Training Manager will join a small-but-mighty team that prides itself on delivering a high level of support to its membership. The ideal candidate will be both knowledgeable and empathetic on the day-to-day work of a typical state service commission.

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Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide excellent customer service to ASC members and other key stakeholders, as appropriate
  • Lead the planning and implementation of the regional training conferences
  • Coordinate ASC Learning Communities for Program Officers, quarterly webinar series for AmeriCorps State programs, and other learning community calls as assigned
  • Lead New Program Officer and New Fiscal Training Series for new program staff
  • Provide leadership and support on commission program development work
  • Coordinate ASC Peer Exchanges and Mentor Program
  • Coordinate the sharing of resources including maintenance of ASC online network, resource library, discussion board, and calendar
  • Coordinate annual TTA Directory and support state service commissions in identifying training and technical consultants
  • Leadership of assigned ASC committees and work groups
  • Provide support to other ASC staff team members on various projects, as needed
  • Support and supervise volunteers and interns on relevant projects
  • Other duties as assigned

Desired Skills/Background:

  • Experience working as a staff member of a state service commission
  • Enthusiastic customer service orientation
  • Experience with event planning and meeting logistics management
  • Experience delivering training in person or via webinar technology
  • Ability to work independently and with various volunteer committees
  • Comfort using and learning a wide variety of systems and software, including but not
    limited to Apple products, Keynote/PowerPoint, Pages/Word, GoToMeeting/GoToTraining,
    Basecamp, Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft Outlook, Excel/Numbers/Google Sheets,
    SurveyMonkey, and event/member management systems
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work in a home office with limited day-to-day direct supervision


This position will be remote, based out of a home office. Regular travel to Washington, DC and other locations in the U.S. is required.


Salary range is $50,000-60,000 based on experience; a comprehensive benefit package, including health insurance and 403(b) plan with employer match.

To Apply

Submit a cover letter and complete chronological resume to ASC Deputy Director, Rachel Bruns, at [email protected]Applications should be submitted by end of day on Wednesday, May 1.

ASC is an Employer of National Service and gives hiring preference to AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni.


View this and other job openings on the ASC Service Job Board.

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