Submit Job Postings


NREDA provides its members space to post a position on the NREDA website, plus inclusion in the NREDA News Brief, for low fee of $50.00. The fee for non-members is $150.00.

The process for submitting a job posting is simple:

Email a short paragraph to staff@nreda.org inclusive of the recommended guidelines for employment opportunities.
(See recommended guidelines.)  To make the payment for your posting contact Kelly at (515) 334-1074. You will be required to make the payment prior to NREDA posting your job opportunity.


Allow two business days for the position to be posted online. Your posting will also appear in the subsequent month’s NREDA News Brief  e-newsletter.



Recommended guidelines to include:
  • Date employment opportunity is to be posted
  • Title of position
  • Name of Organization/Company/Cooperative/Corporation/Association
  • Qualifications and skills required for the position Additional special needs to fulfill responsibilities of this position Salary range (optional)
  • Process to apply (send resume and references)
  • Contact information and instructions for candidate to proceed with the application process (please include a telephone number and/or email address along with mailing address information)
  • Deadlines for application
  • Date employment opportunity is to be removed from NREDA.org

For additional information about posting employment opportunities, contact the NREDA Executive Director at director@nreda.org

Job Postings


Director, BWI
Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC)


Responsibilities:

The director is responsible for providing strategic direction, operational management and personnel leadership to the Business and Workforce Investment (BWI) grants management team, focusing on areas such as workforce development, health, education, and business.  The Director of BWI, along with his or her counterpart, the Director of Division of Critical Infrastructure (DCI), works collaboratively to plan, develop, execute and evaluate regional economic development strategies aligned with ARC’s priorities and strategic plan. These teams are responsible for program grants management for regional community development including coordination with State ARC Offices, the Office of the Federal Co-Chair, other federal agencies, and grantees.  This position reports to the Executive Director and manages a team of administrative and professional positions.

Required Qualifications:

  •  Relevant experience in economic & community development, including federal grants management
  • Experience working effectively with matrix & cross-functional teams in both private & public sectors
  • Skill in addressing dynamic, complex and diverse demands and available resources in response to changing needs of the Region and its communities; demonstrated ability to exercise sound professional judgment in recommending solutions, initiatives, or funding opportunities
  • Core competencies: accountability, adaptability, collaboration, communication, critical analysis, leadership
  • Ability to thrive in a collaborative environment and bring an energetic and innovative approach to his or her work
  • A Bachelor’s degree in a related field; Master’s degree preferred
  • Successful completion (prior to hire) and maintenance of background security review
  • Ability to travel (up to 25%)
Apply: https://appalachianregionalcommission.applytojob.com/apply/ZSG0Rdfg70/Director-BWI?source=NREDA

ARC is an equal employment opportunity employer and endeavors to make reasonable accommodations to the known physical or mental limitations of qualified applicants with a disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of ARC’s business.  If an applicant believes he or she requires such assistance to complete the application or to participate in an interview, he or she should contact Allison Thiriez.  If an applicant has any questions or concerns, he or she should reach out to Allison Thiriez at 202.884.7712 or at hr@arc.gov