Program Coordinator – National Potato Council

Washington, DC • Full-Time • Bachelor’s Degree Required

The National Potato Council (NPC) has an immediate opening for a Program Coordinator. NPC is a focused, highly visible agricultural association advocating for the economic well-being of the $4.5 billion U.S. potato industry on federal legislative, regulatory, environmental, and trade issues impacting its growers. NPC is located on Capitol Hill near Union Station in shared space with other national agricultural organizations, including the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives and the Farm Credit Council.

The Program Coordinator will assist in the execution and implementation of programs to inform and engage membership and support its foundation through a variety of communications tools, meetings and programs. They will actively assist in the yearly cycle of activities supporting the association’s annual convention, membership programs, meetings, industry publications, association governance, public policy, and activities. The Program Coordinator reports directly to the Vice President of Industry Outreach & Events.


Responsibilities Include:

  • Assist in all aspects of planning and execution of the annual convention, including:

  • Collaborate on marketing materials, weekly e-marketing emails, postcard, graphics, and ads.

  • Provide customer service and communications to attendees and exhibitors, including attendee registration (in advance and on-site), primary contact for exhibitors, and assist with speaker management.

  • Serve as housing contact and assist with housing logistics.

  • Manage the production of printed materials and implementation of sponsorship deliverables.

  • Assist in the planning, logistics, on-site management, and coordination of the association meetings including:

  • Oversee attendee registration, in advance and on-site.

  • Collaborate on marketing materials, weekly e-marketing emails, postcard, graphics, and ads.

  • Manage and assist in development of presentation materials and speaker arrangements.

  • Communication with Board members.


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