Administrative Specialist

National Association of Development Organizations (NADO)
Published
May 2, 2023
Location
122 C St NW, Washington, District Of Columbia
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The National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) and its non-profit affiliate, the NADO Research Foundation (NADO RF), are seeking an Administrative Specialist to join our Washington, D.C.-based office. The Administrative Specialist works closely with NADO and NADO Research Foundation staff to support the organization's day-to-day operations by performing various administrative tasks. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing administrative support to ensure the efficient operation of the organization.

About NADO and the NADO Research Foundation

The National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) is a membership association that represents the interests of regional community and economic development practitioners. NADO advocates for federal policies and programs that promote equitable community development, economic competitiveness, rural development, economic mobility, and quality of place. NADO represents a national network of Regional Development Organizations (RDOs) across the country. This network includes about 400 federally funded economic development districts (EDDs) that encourage economic development planning and project implementation in distressed urban, suburban, and rural regions.  EDDs open the door for local communities to grant and loan funding opportunities, administrative and technical assistance, and access to data and technology resources. NADO’s membership consists of EDDs primarily serving the Nation’s most rural and economically distressed regions.

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