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Director of Community Impact

Job Description
Organization: 
Greccio Housing
Organization Type: 
501(c)(3)
Job Location: 
Pikes Peak Region
Type of Job: 
Full-time
Job Category: 
Communications | Development | Programs/Services
Job Description: 

Title:            Director of Community Impact

Category:     Director/Senior Management

Supervisor:   Senior Director of Operations

 

General Description:  Operates under the supervision of the Senior Director of Operations (SDO) and in alignment with the SDO and Executive Director in order to professionally represent Greccio in the community, development and maintain donor and stakeholder relationships for the purpose of advancing the mission, recommend and achieve fundraising plans and PR objectives, and to ensure Resident Resource and community partner services to promote housing stability for clientele.  Ensure standards and quality of service delivery, consistency with mission, Fair Housing and professional expectations, and consistently acts in the interest of clients/residents and strategic and business plans.  The Director is responsible to develop and promote a positive culture, leadership, team engagement and performance, affordable housing advocacy, and representation of Greccio Housing to the public.  

Areas of Responsibility

Primary responsibility areas (not comprehensive, and without details of daily responsibilities):

  1. Oversight and execution in 3 primary areas:
    1. Direct programs and services of the Resident Resource team and community partners, establish and maintain collaborative partnerships
    2. Develop plans and direct all fundraising activities, grants and corporate giving plans, and donor/relationship development that directly supports housing stability of residents, and
    3. Direct all aspects of public relations, social media, and public presence and branding for the benefit of Greccio and its residents, and various internal and external agency events.
  2. Ensure alignment of subordinate teams and systems with direction and guidance of the Senior Director of Operations and Executive Director, other departments, strategic plans, mission, and goals.
  3. Secondary to the Executive Director, act as the Public Information Officer for the agency
  4. Ensure ethical compliance with company policies, procedures, and professional performance standards
  5. Direct company, donor, volunteer, and community events
  6. Mentor and develop of future leaders in the organization
  7. Set team and individual goals, report on metrics, and improve work plans as necessary
  8. At all times, demonstrate:
    1. commitment to the mission,
    2. a heart for residents,
    3. successful habits in business,
    4. respect for coworkers,
    5. an expectation of excellence,
    6. appreciation for Greccio’s history,
    7. vision for the future, and
    8. servant-leadership in all that you do.
Requirements/Qualifications
  • 1. Understanding and deep commitment to agency mission, affordable housing advocacy, client relations and stability, and outstanding written, verbal, and technical skills.
  • 2. Passion for advocacy and provision of services and programs for at-risk populationsners, establish and maintain collaborative partnerships
  • 3. Demonstrable success in: community outreach, donor/relationship development, grant-writing/corporate/foundation relationships, grants and designated funds tracking, expertise in the public relations, social media, and events
  • 4. Bachelor’s Degree in a complementary field of study.
  • 5. 7+ years successful experience in a combination of advocacy, service delivery, fund development, public relations, or closely related field, with responsibility for multiple departments, teams, or interdependent lines of work.
  • 6. Broad understanding of organizational development and supporting systems, technology, branding, and support and adherence of agency reputation, direction, and mission.
  • 7. Professional presentation, highly detailed and organized, ability to work independently and collaboratively.
  • 8. Demonstrable commitment to high professional and ethical standards in a diverse workplace.
  • 9. Must be stable, a skilled problem-solver, team builder, approachable, and an experienced leader.
  • 10. Acceptable criminal, credit, and driving history.
  • Preferred: 10+ years of progressive advancement in a housing-related field, 3 of which were as Senior Manager or Director level within a multi-departmental operation
  • Preferred: Detailed knowledge of various operating systems, regulatory and contractual compliance, supervision of team members, expertise in financial tracking systems, risk management, and team dynamics.
  • Preferred: Experience in budget development, monthly reporting, and experience with Board-level agency stakeholders and donors
Compensation/Benefits
Compensation: 

Compensation:  Pay Grade 4 (2021): $62-75k annually, exempt, plus (currently) 3% employer contribution into 401k - employee may contribute, but not required; employer contribution is a benefit, no match required

Benefits: 
  1. Outstanding work environment and valuable mission
  2. Choice of medical plans, dental, and life insurance
  3. Average to above-average time off/PTO benefits
  4. Employment in a stable and growing industry
  5. Opportunity for advancement, and impact in a strong, growing, and respected workplace
  6. Work product is a direct benefit to the lives of our clientele and the community

Location:  GH Admin office. out of office mtgs: occasionally to frequently, remote/home work: rare

Status:   Regular, Full-time

How To Apply

To apply: send introductory letter and resume to [email protected]

Anticipated start date: August 1, 2021

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