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Tennessee Legal Community Foundation

CLE Coordinator II (Part-Time)

Tennessee Legal Community Foundation


Job Summary

Under supervision, facilitates, coordinates, and administers development and production of continuing education seminars.


Job Responsibilities

Essential Job Duties 

A.  Assists in Production of Online and Onsite CLE Programs

  1. Facilitates development of seminar content and program by speakers and producers as needed.
  2. As directed, enters courses into website format, coordinates with vendors and assists with inputting relevant information in order to obtain certification of courses with the Continuing Legal  Education Commission.

B. Administers Program Follow-Up 

  1. Ensures all online videos are submitted to commission and added to online catalog.
  2. Creates 1-Click packages for practice area related programming.
  3. Reviews requests for speaker/producer reimbursement for accuracy; approves for payment.
  4. Files for CLE credits on state website for all CLE program participants, including webcasts; updates TBA database.
  5. Works with accounting to ensure member accounts and payments are handled properly.
  6. Contributes to CLE development and production as needed.

C.   Participates in Member Relations

  1. Ensures that the TBA meeting facilities are orderly and properly supplied for various TBA CLE as needed.
  2. Provides in-person CLE support as needed.
  3. Responds to questions from members and others concerning CLE offerings, credits and other information; assists users in navigating online seminars  including updating CLE FAQs on TBA.ORG.
  4. Troubleshoots internet problems with users as qualified; refers to Webcasting & A/V Coordinator as needed.


Critical Competencies

Proficiency in the following competencies is required for distinguished performance in this position:

  • Knowledge of developments in the law and related current issues
  • Knowledge of adult learning concepts
  • Knowledge of event planning
  • Knowledge of on-line education practices
  • Self-organization and time management
  • Data entry skills
  • Ability to take initiative 
  • Attention to detail

Equipment Operated

Telephone, computer, printer, photocopier/scanner, and standard A/V equipment.

 Physical Requirements and Work Environment

The successful candidate would work both remotely and in an office environment.  Occasional overnight travel to events may be required.  


Successful candidates come from a variety of customer-centered environments including other service-based companies or organizations.

Additional Information


Benefits include paid vacation, free parking, access to group health insurance plan, retirement savings plan

How to Apply

Please email cover letter, resume and any appropriate work samples to Jennifer Vossler, Director of Education and Professional Development at jvossler@tnbar.org


  • Date Posted: April 15, 2021
  • Type: Part-Time
  • Job Function: Administrative
  • Service Area: Education
  • Start Date: 05/01/2021
  • Working Hours: 20 hours, MF