Program Coordinator, Law Enforcement Competitions
LOCATION: Works at NRA Headquarters; no telework
SUMMARY: Assists the Law Enforcement Competitions Manager with duties related to the day-to-day Operations of the Law Enforcement Competitions Department whose goal is to promote competitive shooting in the law enforcement community. Knowledge of and support for the mission of the National Rifle Association.
Perform all assigned duties and responsibilities with a high degree of accuracy, attention to detail and in a timely manner to include, but not be limited to the following:
1. Distribute the annual National Police Shooting Championship (NPSC) and Tactical Police Competition (TPC) announcements and other promotional mailings that may arise throughout the year.
2. Process Police Pistol Combat (PPC) Tournament applications, review and approve Tournament Programs, post tournament scores to the PPC database, and access and receive NRA Tournament Fees.
3. Receive and answer or direct to other staff general Law Enforcement Competitions voice and e-mail correspondences.
4. Perform general office duties to include, but not limited to the following: typing, faxing, filing, telephone service, sort and distribute Division mail to appropriate department and/or staff member(s), document copying, and document scanning.
5. Perform tournament duties related to the annual NPSC event and Tactical Police Competition events, before, during and after the event, including staffing the Awards Office at NPSC as directed.
6. Receive industry donations, assign Inventory Control Numbers by entering each item into the award database, assign each item to a specific event as directed by the LE Competitions manger, and ship items to the appropriate event.
7. Maintain web based on-line PPC National Records and include National Record Reporting Forms in Tournament Directors approval packages.
8. Coordinate travel for NRA staff and volunteers for NPSC and TPC events when directed.
9. Assist, as directed, with inventory and maintain sponsor provided loaner firearms.
10. Coordinate shipping and distribution of all sponsor donated prizes and awards for NPCS and TPC events. Coordinate sponsor donations and work with potential sponsors for the Law Enforcement Competitions Department.
11. Act as Statistical Officer, Range Officer, Property Officer, and/or Awards Officer, as directed, during Tactical Police Competitions. Assist with Tactical Police Competition course set-up and on-site course changes, to include: build, move, set-up and tear down of range props, target arrays, firing areas, signage, sponsor banners, and other equipment used in TPC courses of fire and events.
SCOPE: This position will have a high visibility with law enforcement vendors, law enforcement officers and agencies across the country, other NRA divisions, and competitive shooters. Position functions in a fast paced work environment with minimal direct supervision. Position requires local and national travel 5 to 10 times per year, including weekends. Occasional overtime work required. Must be able to pick up, carry, and move heavy objects, up to 80 pounds. Travel event work involves working outside in local weather environments that may include rain, cold and heat extremes, and humid conditions for 8 to 10 hours at a time.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: College diploma, Business School Certification or equivalent experience required. Office, law enforcement and firearm competitions experience desired.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Ability to accomplish multiple tasks with minimal supervision in a deadline sensitive environment essential. Proven ability to motivate and monitor volunteers required. Demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple tasks and accomplish stated goals required. Proven ability to work independently and as a member of the team essential. Excellent organizational and detail skills required. Demonstrated proficiency with business equipment, personal computers, e-mail, and Microsoft Word and Excel required. Proven ability to operate database computer programs required, with the willingness to learn software programs essential. Minimum accurate typing of 55 WPM required. Demonstrated ability to operate various hand and electrical powered tools required. Professional and courteous customer service skills essential.
To apply, please send resume with cover letter and salary expectations (REQUIRED) to email@example.com. The NRA is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer (minority/women/disabled). Please visit careers.nra.org to learn more about working for us.
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