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May 21

Alabama Forestry Association - Administrative Assistant


Base Pay:

Commensurate with Experience


Outstanding Benefits Package

Employee Type:

Full-Time Employee


Non-Profit Trade Association

Manages Others:


Job Type:


Required Education:

Two-Year Degree Preferred

Required Experience:

2-3 Years

Required Travel:




The Administrative Assistant provides support to program managers in delivery of programs and services to members of the Alabama Forestry Association. Responsibilities include meeting planning, data entry and management, and member communications. We are looking for an energetic self-starter that can effectively manage a wide variety of tasks and juggle competing priorities. 



Minimum of 2-3 years related experience in an administrative role.  Experience working in an association environment is preferred.Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and AccessTwo-year degree preferred.Must possess good written, oral and interpersonal communications skills.

Submit letter of interest and résumé to lchambers@alaforestry.org .

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