A State Senator from the North Shore/Merrimack Valley is seeking a
legislative aide and scheduler.
· Managing the Senator’s schedule
· Administrative office duties (answering phones, handing daily mail) ·
Constituent casework, including responding to e-mails from constituents and
working with constituents over the phone on various issues. · Staff the
Senator at meetings in the district · Keeping track of meetings and events
happening in the district · Manage office mailings · Compile the Senator’s
monthly e-mail newsletter · Conduct office hours in the district · Event
· Bachelor’s degree or higher.
· Willingness to attend meetings in the evenings and weekends. · Willingness
to occasionally speak on behalf of the Senator at meetings and events. ·
Excellent organizational skills, including the ability to multi-task, work
under pressure, and meet deadlines. · Excellent communication skills (phone,
verbal, writing – including spelling & grammar skills). · Proficiency in
Microsoft Office applications. · Proactive attitude, attention to detail and
ability to complete multiple assignments and duties in a timely manner. ·
Personable (over the phone and in person). · Ability to think critically and
work both independently and as part of a team.
· Ties to the Merrimack Valley/North Shore.
· Working knowledge of the Massachusetts Legislature and legislative
process. · Prior political and/or campaign experience.
This position is located in Boston, with frequent travel to the Merrimack
Valley/North Shore required for meetings.
Salary is $32,000 per year plus state employee benefits, including health
and vision insurance.
Applicants should submit a resume with a one page cover letter briefly
summarizing their interest in and qualifications for the position to:
This office is committed to providing equal employment opportunities.
Employment actions such as recruiting, hiring, training, and promoting
individuals are based upon a policy of non-discrimination. Employment
decisions and actions are made without regard to race, color, gender,
religion, age, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender
identity and expression, disability, military status, genetic information,
political affiliation, or veteran’s status.