The Town Hall Programs Manager is responsible for coordinating and executing successful programs presented as part of the Center’s America’s Town Hall speaker series. In this key role, the Town Hall Programs Manager assists the Director of Town Hall Programs in delivering high-quality programs with the utmost professionalism. The Manager works with the Senior Director of Constitutional Content and the Director of Town Hall Programs to select topics and speakers for public programs, prepare research briefs for panelists and moderators, and to create promotional content. The Manager manages all logistical aspects of the Center’s onsite programs and assist the Director of Town Hall Programs in coordinating the Center’s traveling programs and debates. The Town Hall Programs Manager acts as a liaison with internal departments, including the Communications, Development, and Events teams to ensure programmatic needs, details, and updates are shared with key stakeholders. The Manager also interacts well with all levels of public — from event staff to patrons and donors, to high-profile speakers. This role requires strong attention to detail, interest in teaching and learning about the Constitution, excellent communications skills, and someone who is a self-starter able to facilitate multiple tasks under deadlines.