Details for Project Manager / Assistant Director

Project Manager / Assistant Director

Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging (NEI3A) seeks a mission driven, detail and task oriented, and organized person to assist with the overall operations of the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) National Technical Assistance Center as Project Manager / Assistant Director.

The Center serves SHIP programs in all 50 states, Washington DC, and three U.S. territories. The priority for this rewarding and impactful position on the Center s team is ensuring the timely production of accurate, high-quality products and services to the SHIP programs and Medicare beneficiaries nationally. This position will assist the SHIP Center director with staff supervision, grant writing, report writing, and managing subcontracts. Like all SHIP Center staff, this position will provide technical assistance to the SHIP program staff and volunteers nationally. The qualified candidate will have a four-year college degree in business management, public administration, public policy, English, communications, or related field. Also required are two years previous supervisory experience, demonstrated work experience as a project manager, and demonstrated skill as a professional business communicator.

To apply, please contact Bob Schaffer by calling 319-874-6846 or e-mail to

Visit our website to view the full job description & apply process.

You may also fill out an application, cover letter and resume and send that to: NEI3A, PO Box 388, Waterloo, IA 50704, Attn: Bob Schaffer or e-mail to

NEI3A/ SHIP is an equal opportunity employer.


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