Freedman Consulting, LLC, a strategic consulting firm, is hiring an Administrative Associate to provide scheduling and administrative support for the firm president, as well as assistance with the operational needs of the firm.
Freedman Consulting, LLC, located in Washington, DC, offers strategic consulting services to foundations, nonprofit organizations, and philanthropic coalitions on a broad portfolio of issues focused on innovations for the greater social good. The firm works at the intersection of policy, strategy, communications, and politics to help philanthropic leaders have greater social impact.
The Administrative Associate will be responsible for managing scheduling, briefing material, travel, and administrative needs for Tom Freedman, President of Freedman Consulting. In addition, the Associate will act as support staff to the Director of Operations on operations and administrative needs for the firm, including:
Requirements: A bachelor’s degree is required and 1-2 years of previous work experience is preferred. The ideal candidate will have previous experience with scheduling or administrative support duties. Applicants should possess strong attention to detail, the ability to effectively manage multiple tasks, a proactive nature, and an interest in the overall client values and mission of the firm. Salary and benefits are competitive.
To apply: To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Please reference the position you are applying for and where you viewed the job posting. Freedman Consulting, LLC, is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
An internship with Freedman Consulting, LLC, provides an opportunity for students to be involved at the intersection of policy and politics, learn about high-level strategic communications, and interact with a diverse client-base. As a small consulting firm, we aim to provide a learning experience and substantive engagement, including the chance to work directly with senior members of the firm on a regular basis.
We’re looking for organized, self-motivated individuals who will have a chance to assist with multiple projects across a variety of issue areas. Attention to detail, strong writing, and organizational skills are required and previous research experience is preferred.
Assist with projects through high-level research
Help draft memoranda
Learn to create extensive policy reports
Gain skills in communications and messaging
Explore policy areas of his or her interest
We have paid internship positions available on a semester basis.