Promote, manage and administer the NRA Women on Target Instructional Shooting Clinic Program; assist Women’s Programs Department with supporting promotions, projects, and female instructor development.
1. Promote Women on Target Instructional Shooting Clinics via written articles, media interviews, speaking engagements, workshops, newsletters, and the dissemination of program information to supporting NRA Divisions – Media Relations, Publications, Field Operations, and others in an accurate and timely manner.
2. Expand, within departmental guidelines, the number of Women on Target Instructional Shooting Clinics begin conducted annually to validate program growth impacting the number of clubs providing clinics and the number of women participating in events.
3. Support club appointed liaisons (field Clinic Directors) with sufficient information and staff guidance to ensure all clinics are conducted on program compliance and meet NRA standards; provide annual recognition and appreciation rewards for Clinic Directors in a timely manner.
4. Oversee support material inventory levels sufficient to maintain a continuing, uninterrupted flow in an accurate and timely manner and revise written materials as needed.
5. Respond promptly to all incoming communication (telephone, e-mail, voicemail, faxes, letters, memos); maintain correct and current program information on all Women’s Programs web pages.
6. Conduct annual impact evaluations on current programs and projects and recommended changes, improvements, or alterations that yield improved program quality and administrative efficiency.
7. Maintain, in an accurate and timely manner, program databases that yield viable management reports; maintain financial accounting records sufficient to prepare an annual program budget in an accurate and timely manner.
8. Perform other duties as assigned.
Frequent interaction with NRA staff, NRA members, volunteers, media, women’s groups and the general public. Moderate local and national travel required. Occasional weekend work required. Position functions in a fast-paced, detail oriented and time-sensitive work environment with minimal direct supervision.
Education and Experience
College degree preferred. Broad knowledge of firearms, shooting sports, and club dynamics required. Positive commitment to the overall purposes and objectives of the National Rifle Association. Strong background in volunteerism and /or management of volunteers desired. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Public relations and customer service skills are a must, as is NRA Instructor Certification or willingness and ability to obtain it. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Strong attention to detail and the ability to remain focused on the task at hand essential. Strong analytical and effective organizational skills required. Proven ability to motivate, supervise, and support volunteer staff essential. Functional skills with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access necessary.