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Program Manager

Program Managers are responsible for the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of membership and finance initiatives in support of the CEO. General responsibilities include managing membership renewals and organizing outreach to new and existing members, developing strategies to improve membership benefits and experience, and monitoring project budgets and member recruitment to create reports for monthly meetings with CEO. Specific tasks include assisting with billings, invoices, and receipts of monthly expenditures, and providing summative reports of income and expense habits for CEO. Qualified candidates will be highly organized, detail oriented, and strong communication skills (both written and verbal). Individuals that are collaborative, self-motivated, and quick learners are desirable.

Accreditation Assistant

An Accreditation Assistant provides customer service and support to constituents. Responsibilities include preparing committee materials and correspondence, maintaining records, tracking documents, and other duties involved in the accreditation process. Generally, experience in an office support role is required. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite along with strong computer, editing, and customer service skills are also required. Should be highly organized and detail-oriented with strong communication skills.

Office Coordinator

An Office Coordinator runs day-to-day operations. Responsibilities include coordinating office maintenance, handling IT department requests, and purchasing office supplies. Responsible for general office up-keep and facility operations as well as working with caterers and setting up conference rooms. Will assist with generating monthly billing statements, prepping final invoices, maintaining petty cash storage, and communicating with the home office regarding financial activities. Qualified candidates will have strong communication skills, both written and verbal, respond well to critique and be a self-starter.

Membership Coordinator

A Membership Coordinator role supports member communication, engagement, and sales strategies. Responsibilities include regularly reaching out to members, entering data into CRM systems, doing basic research, assisting in marketing, handling member and non-member communications, and providing administrative support in other areas as needed. Ideal candidates will be detail-oriented, highly organized, and excel in verbal and written communication. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is a must. Should have CRM experience (Salesforce is a plus).

Administrative Support

Roles include Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant, Legal Secretary, Receptionist, and Office Assistant roles. Utilize Whitman’s broad range of partnerships with Fortune 500 firms, nonprofits, and start-ups to start your career! Traits to have include flexibility, detail oriented and stellar communication skills. College degree is helpful; previous internship or office experience is a plus.

Executive Assistant

Executive Assistants support C-suite executives. This role serves as the main point of contact for internal and external communications. Responsibilities include calendar management, travel coordination, communication with the Board of Directors and other functions as assigned. Ideal candidates will possess outstanding problem-solving skills, the ability to constantly reevaluate priorities to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment and strong verbal and written communication skills.

Property Administrator

Property Administrators handle company-tenant relations and assist in onsite management. Responsible for providing support to Property Managers with all administrative work in relation to property management administration, which includes providing telephone support for tenants/customer service requests; handling information requests and follow-ups; assisting in meeting and event scheduling as needed. Proficient in Microsoft Office and will be highly organized with strong attention to detail. The ability to manage multiple priorities and work independently and excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills are needed.

Event Support

Whitman Associates is always looking for flexible, dependable, and friendly event staff to help with registration and other basic event duties.  Must be polite, professional, and eager to help the needs of both the client and the participants. Ideal candidates should be detail oriented, punctual, customer service oriented, and have outstanding communication skills.


General job responsibilities will include aiding in processing accounts payable and accounts receivable, coding data into QuickBooks, tracking payments, tracking credit card transactions and reconciliations, assisting with month-end and quarter-end close, among other duties. Candidates must be highly proficient in QuickBooks and Excel. The ideal candidate for these types of roles will have experience in CRM systems, Salesforce, and a background in finance.