Habitat for Humanity of Rockland County (HFHR) is a local not-for-profit organization that builds and renovates homes for qualified low-income families of all races, religions, and creeds, and is the local Affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI). HFHR works in partnership with community leaders, corporate partners and volunteers to achieve its mission, and is looking for a results-driven professional to lead the organization to the next level.
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|Public Relations||• Serve as primary spokesperson for the organization • Publicize activities, programs, goals and accomplishments • Implement an outreach and communications plan • Communicate regularly with community partners, including local organizations and foundations • Maintain relationships with housing and human services organizations|
|Resource Development||• Drive fundraising activities in coordination with the Board’s Fundraising Committee • Assist the Fund Development Committee in identifying funding and grant sources • Maintain a pipeline of potential land and property donations and cultivate in-kind materials • Assist Treasurer and Finance Committee in developing the annual budgets • Serve as liaison to secure and assist with annual financial audit|
|Administration and Management||• Collaborate with the Board of Directors to develop the long-range strategic plan • Carry out Board decisions and report progress on a monthly basis • Authorize expenditures within Board of Directors’ guidelines • Maintain official records and ensure compliance with all regulations • Oversee construction activities and prioritize work with designated Construction Manager(s) • Lead the Family Support Committee; plan and implement family training sessions • Liaise between HFHI and local affiliate|
|Skills & Experience||• Demonstrated leadership successfully implementing organizational growth • Excellence in communication and fundraising • Facility with event planning and project management • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, including construction management knowledge • Supervisory experience, including hiring and performance management • Experience coordinating volunteers and working with a volunteer governing board|
|Compensation||• Flexible, 35-hour workweek, paid time off • Salary: $33,800 annually, with an anticipated increase as part of revenue growth • Reports to the HFHR Board of Directors|