Habitat for Humanity, El Paso • Texas (HFHEP)
Executive Board and Board of Directors.
This position is responsible for the financial, operational, and administrative management of Habitat for Humanity of El Paso, Inc. (HFHEP). The Executive Director provides overall leadership for HFHEP in accordance with its bylaws, policies, objectives, and directions of the Board of Directors to promote its overall vision, direction, health, and growth For more information about HFHEP go to habitatelpaso.org.
General Administration and Responsibilities:
Principal organization leader who plans, develops, and establishes policy and objectives of the organization in accordance with Board directives and organizational mission. Responsible for the financial, operational, and administrative performance of the affiliate, including its associated retail outlet (Restore). Responsible for fundraising activities, especially through grants from governmental agencies, foundations, businesses, and other entities that provide the backbone for funding the organization‘s operations. Responsible for community and public relations using public and social media and through direct contact with and presentations to the community Responsible for fostering relationships with volunteers and organizational partners.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Proven leadership abilities and organizational skills. Strong communications and public presentation skills. Ability to establish, foster and maintain effective working relationships at all levels with the Board staff, volunteers, the public, local city government, and community service agencies. Ability to communicate Habitat message through social media, website and other media. Significant experience with nonprofit fundraising, including knowledge of fundraising processes and ability to work with and develop new funding sources. Bilingual individuals will be given preference. Knowledge of construction and mortgages is helpful, but not required.
Training and Experience:
Bachelor‘s degree in public relations, business, marketing, nonprofit administration or related field or equivalent work experience, or 4–5 years‘ experience in leadership positions at a nonprofit organization.
Compensation commensurate with experience. Discussions starting at $50,000/year.