Careers

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Why Work for TNG?

TNG is a group of dedicated professionals who are serious about delivering value to clients and enjoy working together.

TNG has many “stand and deliver” stories – situations where our team members have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to deliver quality results. How do we do it? By drawing on the considerable skills of our talented team members and working collaboratively to get the job done.

TNG team members enjoy each other in both work and play. In our current remote work environment, we stay connected by using our Slack channels to share fun photos (think kids, pets, the latest cake creation), birthday well wishes, creative memes, and more. We miss seeing our colleagues – so we schedule regular Zoom TNG Fun & Games sessions to foster some socializing and laughter. When we’re able to be together, you’ll often hear a roar of laughter wafting out of a meeting room – this team has a sense of humor and likes to use it!

We work hard to provide a supportive work setting – with paid time off that includes a winter break at year-end, a robust benefits package, and special extras such as a “Birthday Bucks” bonus!

TNG is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse staff. We strive to honor the experiences, perspectives, and unique identity of each team member. We are dedicated to creating and maintaining a work environment that is inclusive, equitable, and welcoming.

If you’re a hard-working, caring professional who is dedicated to serving both clients and your colleagues, consider TNG! You can send your information to recruiting@tngconsulting.com. We also regularly post jobs on LinkedIn and Indeed.com.

About TNG

TNG is a national multidisciplinary risk management consulting firm. TNG serves thousands of college, university, and school organizations and is one of the largest education-specific consulting practices in the country. We focus on risk management solutions, behavioral intervention, threat assessment, Title IX compliance, external investigations, expert services—including expert witness testimony—and the development of custom solutions.

TNG manages two industry-leading professional associations: The Association of Title IX Administrators (“ATIXA”) and The National Association for Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment (“NABITA”).

TNG’s partners have hundreds of years of combined experience and unparalleled reach and impact on the field. They are supported by 30 attorneys and consultants who are at the forefront of the field in their areas of expertise. TNG also provides its services for employers and corporate clients, leveraging its proprietary systems-level solutions for risk mitigation in the workplace.

 

Job Opportunities

Marketing Communications Coordinator

King of Prussia, PA office (“3 days in/2 days remote” is acceptable)

Do you love to write? Is crafting clear, engaging prose a challenge you enjoy conquering? Looking for new ways to use your skills in a business setting? Consider joining our team!

We are looking for someone who is a skilled, passionate, writer to join our Marketing team. You bring the writing ability, we’ll provide the Marketing training!

The incumbent will spend the majority of their time writing crisp, engaging copy for diverse projects from email campaigns to proposal responses. The individual hired will also edit the work of others and perform some project work in support of legislative advocacy initiatives and media relations.

This person, with the title Marketing Communication Coordinator, will be a key member of our small but mighty marketing team. Your work will be central to campaigns that drive TNG growth and expansion. You’ll help us connect with new clients and make things happen!

About the Position

Writing crisp, cogent copy is at the core of this role. You will analyze prospective and current client needs, and craft campaigns designed to acquire and retain new customers. You’ll also write press releases, handle media relations contacts, and create proposal response templates.

You’ll collaborate with colleagues in Marketing and Business Development, as well as some external vendors.

Title: Marketing Writer/Communications Coordinator

Work Location: King of Prussia, PA office (“3 days in/2 days remote” is acceptable)

Reports to: Director, Strategic Marketing

Key Responsibilities

Copywriting to be used in TNG email marketing, websites, collateral, press releases, proposal response templates, and advocacy position statements.
Editing to enhance copy generated by other TNG staff, ensuring accuracy, flow and reader understanding
Providing tactical support for partner campaigns – e.g. develop ads, oversee placement
Developing position statements, overseeing distribution
Crafting press releases, overseeing distribution, and handling media contacts
Providing brand standard support
Conducting market research, making recommendations
Gathering and analyzing market-related and campaign-related data
Skills/Experience

3-5 years in a writing role, some business writing experience preferred but not required
Proven ability as a writer and editor
Preferred Experience

Writing marketing emails for segmented audiences and collaborating on distribution (MailChimp)
Website copywriting including product/service descriptions; ability to implement basic website updates (WordPress)
Public relations -- press release writing and distribution (erelease) and experience vetting media inquiries
Legislative advocacy including drafting position statements, crafting supportive collateral
Contributor to social media campaigns (Loomly)
Basic graphic design ability desired (Canva)

About the Company

TNG is a vibrant, growing firm that offers the chance to “do well by doing good.” Our mission: to enhance the safety of schools and workplaces by offering comprehensive solutions to eliminate violence, discrimination, and misconduct.

For over 20 years, we’ve consulted with thousands of schools, colleges, workplaces, and organizations to empower them to become safer and healthier communities. We operate two professional associations, ATIXA (Association of Title IX Administrators) and NABITA (National Association for Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment) and provide training and consulting services on Title IX, Behavioral Intervention Teams, and Threat Assessment.

We’re a close-knit team that’s passionate about serving clients, demonstrating excellence, and achieving positive results. Our employees describe our firm as values driven, performance-oriented, collaborative, caring, and fun!

TNG is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, veteran, or disability status.

Writer for eLearning/Content Creator (Title IX, Behavioral Intervention)

Remote or King of Prussia, PA

Are you a skilled writer and content creator who is knowledgeable about Title IX and/or Behavioral Intervention Teams and Threat Assessment in education settings? Do you enjoy developing training programs and completing projects working both independently and collaboratively? Is writing one of your passions and strengths? Read on!

TNG is seeking a skilled writer to create scripts in support of our new eLearning courses. You will work closely with our eLearning Instructional Designer, who will translate your scripts into finished courses using eLearning tools and applications, and content subject matter experts including TNG partners and consultants.

You will write and edit scripts and supporting materials for training programs designed to serve the higher education and K-12 school markets. Strong communication skills and creative thinking are key to TNG’s efforts to expand training into asynchronous platforms. You may also engage in other writing projects such as newsletter articles, “live” format training materials, webinars, and whitepapers.

Title: Writer for eLearning

Reports to: Partner (eLearning Initiative Lead)

Job Type: Full-time

Work Location: Remote. Option to work from Headquarters in King of Prussia, PA

Responsibilities:

Collaborate with the eLearning Instructional Designer, consultants, and other subject matter experts on content development by researching, authoring, and editing culturally responsive and impactful curricular materials and technical content related to Title IX, and Behavioral Intervention Teams (BITs) and Case Management

Outline and write scripts for TNG’s eLearning modular curriculum for higher education and K-12 practitioners

Identify and author appropriate supplemental materials for eLearning and other training experiences

Serve as project manager for assigned projects

Plan and facilitate meetings for internal and/or external subject matter expert (SME) groups engaged in providing input/creating content

Gather and analyze feedback from Advisory Boards, training evaluations, and member surveys to inform future content-related efforts

Manage existing eLearning and other curricular materials so they can be easily accessed, and ensure updates/revisions are applied as needed

Help establish and enforce standards and guidelines for content across the organization

Conduct research to aid in various projects to ensure legal and regulatory accuracy and account for best practices

Contribute to content creation for other projects such as newsletter articles, whitepapers, supplemental training materials/forms and templates, case studies

Qualifications:

3+ years of experience in education setting, working with Title IX and/or civil rights grievance processes. Additional experience in behavioral intervention, threat assessment, BIT/CARE teams, or case management preferred.
Excellent writing and editing skills
Ability to synthesize complex information into clear, concise, audience-specific resources
Experience with eLearning course development preferred
Exceptional attention to detail, proofreading skills
Proven project management ability, demonstrated competence in ensuring project momentum and on-time completion
Meeting facilitation experience
Self-motivated, with the ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and projects in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
Capable of exercising independent judgment, discretion, problem-solving, and initiative
Able to navigate strong personalities and varying viewpoints to complete the task
Intermediate user of Microsoft Office Suite, comfortable with technology
Knowledge of ADA accessibility requirements for print and web-based materials preferred

About the Company

TNG Consulting is a vibrant, growing firm that offers the chance to “do well by doing good.” Our mission: to enhance the safety of schools and workplaces by offering comprehensive solutions to eliminate violence, discrimination, and misconduct.

For over 20 years, we’ve consulted with thousands of schools, colleges, workplaces, and organizations to empower them to become safer and healthier communities. We operate two professional associations, the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) and the National Association for Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment (NABITA), and provide training and consulting services on Title IX, behavioral intervention teams, threat assessment, and a variety of other risk management and legal issues.

We’re a close-knit team that’s passionate about serving clients, demonstrating excellence, and achieving positive results. Our employees describe our firm as values-driven, performance-oriented, collaborative, caring, and fun.

Note: TNG and its professional associations, ATIXA and NABITA, provide services dealing with sensitive content including gender equity, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. Topics also include mental health, violence toward self and others, and suicide. The incumbent will be required to work on material addressing these topics.

TNG is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, veteran, or disability status.