Job Description:

WETA, Washington, DC's public television and classical radio station is seeking a Coordinator, National Projects to provide project administrative support on various national production projects, including contribution towards the Ken Burns and Henry Louis Gates, Jr. films, as well as other projects in the history, health and lifestyle genres. In this role, you’ll be supporting two Vice Presidents and their teams: VP, Project Management; and VP, Program Development, Syndication and Outreach. Key responsibilities include providing support for Project Management (60%) and Program Development, Syndication and Outreach teams (40%), managing departmental calendars including meetings, events, and deliverables, and acting as primary point of contact and ambassador for the teams to internal and external partners.

The Coordinator, National Projects will possess strong interpersonal skills and service orientation with the ability to take direction from more than one manager. He/she will have experience with developing and managing project plans, ensuring steps in process from the planning stages to completion are met, with attention to detail and demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and in a team environment, in an atmosphere of multiple projects, shifting priorities, and deadline pressures.

College degree preferably in Marketing, Communications, Business Administration, or other relevant field, or equivalent work experience with two plus years of office experience (internship or employee) or three years of experience in a media production environment is sought.

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Arlington, VA
United States
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Administrative
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Full time
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