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Department of Michigan seeks new adjutant


Department of Michigan seeks new adjutant
The American Legion Department of Michigan is accepting applications for the compensated position of department adjutant. Interested applicants must have been honorably discharged from the U.S. military, be a member of The American Legion in good standing, be a graduate from an accredited high school and either have a college degree or experience in business administration. Other qualifications include the knowledge of department bylaws, Legion programs and veterans affairs and benefits; excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills; ability to effectively work with state and federal government officials; and have an understanding of office management.

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Résumés, along with a letter explaining interest in the position, must be submitted by July 11 to:

Department Adjutant Search Committee
212 N. Verlinden Ave
Lansing, Mich.  48915


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