Administrative, Clerical, Support, Customer Service and Support, Education and Training
You are highly organized, resourceful, collaborative, and reliable. You enjoy managing logistics for meetings and educational programs, working hard, problem solving, and being part of a team. You are efficient, and deadline driven. You want to use your outstanding communication skills to build relationships with members, vendors, and colleagues. If this sounds like you, read on!
The National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) is a membership association focused on providing affordable housing for America’s most vulnerable. We are headquartered in Washington DC and are looking for a skilled Education Coordinator to support our Professional Development team in its day to day operations.
Respond to incoming customer inquiries.
Assist in the evaluation process; recommend program enhancements
Create member accounts, course registrations, and process payments
Coordinate training logistics with clients, participants, and faculty
Schedule faculty meetings and coordinate curriculum updates
Other duties as assigned
Keen attention to detail
Customer service skills
Ability to multitask in a fast paced environment
Ability to work independently (self-starter) and on a team.
Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 and technology savvy
Two years of meeting planning or association volunteer management
AMS (Personify) experience
Additional Salary Information: We offer competitive compensation, exceptional benefits, and a fun working environment that fosters personal and professional growth.
Internal Number: 13987
Formed in 1933, NAHRO represents over 20,000 housing and community development individuals and agencies across the country. Collectively, our members manage and preserve affordable housing that serves 8 million people in urban, rural, and suburban communities, and receive over $1.5 billion in Community Development Block Grant and HOME Program funding to strengthen their neighborhoods. NAHRO provides professional development and networking opportunities for its members, and advocates on behalf of the programs they administer and the families they serve.