The Committee of 100 (C100) is an international non-profit membership organization that brings a Chinese American perspective to issues concerning Asian Americans and U.S.- China relations. The position of Program Associate is a full-time position based in C100’s principal office in New York, New York, U.S.A. You will report to the Chief of Staff of C100.
Overview of The Committee of 100
The Committee of 100 (C100), an international non-profit membership organization that brings a Chinese American perspective to issues concerning Asian Americans and U.S.- China relations, is hiring a full-time Program Associate in New York City to help with program planning and executive support.
Position Description: The position of Program Associate is a full-time position based in C100’s principal office in New York, New York, U.S.A. You will report to the Chief of Staff of C100. As the Program Associate, your duties and responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following:
- Program Development: in coordination with senior staff, build and grow C100 programs under its three pillars – US-China trust-building, Chinese Americans for Greater Inclusion and Next-Generation Leadership Development, and support content and programming for C100 engagement platforms – website, conferences, member briefings, newsletters and social media.
- Executive /Administrative Support: provide administrative support to senior staff and assist with daily office administrative logistics; support operational budget management; prepare briefings and meeting materials for senior staff; draft program and event budgets; draft, edit, and proofread documents and update organizational database and maintain office inventory.
- Event Planning/Execution: collaborat
e with fellow staff and field associates in planning and executing all facets of C100 events. Responsibilities include coordinating registration process and post-event follow-up, liaising with vendors, producing collaterals, managing volunteers, etc.
- Respectful professional demeanor; courteous phone manner; previous office management experience a plus
- Keen sense of judgment and confidentiality, and a strong team player
- Highly organized and detail-oriented – a great problem-solver
- Strong communication skills – verbal, oral and interpersonal skills
- Advanced working proficiency in Mandarin a plus
- Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint; social and digital media-savvy
- Minimum education qualification – 4-year degree; post-graduate education in Asian American Studies, East Asian Studies, Ethnic Studies, Business, International Relations, Communications, Journalism, or related fields a plus