BACOG Seeks New Program Coordinator

BACOG is looking for an organized, enthusiastic individual who can manage day-to-day fiscal, administrative, and operational activities of portions of the BACOG work program.  The Program Coordinator also will serve as the Secretary to the BACOG Executive Board.  Our ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to seeing projects through to completion. Experience in government or with non-profit program operations would be a plus. 

Position Title: Program Coordinator / Board Secretary 
Status: Non-exempt 
Hours: 15 hours/week; schedule is flexible within business hours Monday through Thursday; must be able to attend evening board and committee meetings and occasional special events (compensated).  
Compensation: $22.00 – $25.00/hour 

Specific responsibilities may include: 

Program Management

  • Coordinate and implement water testing events and related programs  
  • Monitor legislative activities, which may include tracking relevant state legislation and facilitating communications and action alerts to members and area legislators 
  • Plan, manage, and promote several events per year (annual dinner, legislative breakfast, etc.) in conjunction with the Executive Director  


  • Work with the Executive Director to develop and maintain communications strategy involving members, partner organizations, and local media 
  • Manage website and social media content and postings 
  • Draft letters, reports, articles, social media posts, and press releases 

Board Secretary

  • Attend meetings and prepare minutes for the Executive Board and committees as assigned  
  • Facilitate compliance with Open Meetings Act Requirements 

BACOG Operations

  • Provide administrative support to the Executive Director  
  • Plan and coordinate meetings  
  • Provide support to the budget and financial system 
  • Handle general office duties including phone, office records, supplies, printing and copying 
  • Support office technology, hardware, and software 

Required Qualifications and Skills 

  • Minimum Associate Degree;  Bachelor’s Degree preferred 
  • Strong writing, communications, organizational and event planning skills 
  • Independence, autonomy and high level of self-motivation in work 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, and email marketing and online meeting software such as Mail Chimp, Zoom, WebEx 
  • Proficient in communications via social media including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter 
  • Must be able to lift objects weighing up to 25 pounds 
  • Must be able to drive own vehicle
  • Min. 3-5 years professional work experience 
  • Preferred:  Experience or familiarity with government, legislative process, budgeting 

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Kimberly Saunders, Executive Director, at  No telephone calls please.