The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for agency operations, development and management, fund/donor development, financial management, personnel administration, internal controls, outreach and advocacy.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Knowledge of HUD regulatory policy funding parameters for homeless systems
- Experience in Community Development and Affordable Housing
- Supervisory experience
- Relationship building skills
- Problem solving skills
- Excellent written, oral communication and computer skills
- Experience evaluating programs
- Ability to handle many responsibilities and priorities
Recruit, hire and supervise staff in compliance with all internal policies and accepted labor practices
Manage the organization’s financials, including, but not limited to, supervision of contracted accountant, oversight of monthly financial reports and requests for reimbursements, preparation of and adherence to the annual budget, the audit and completion of IRS 990 report
Supervise the recruiting, hiring, evaluation, promotion and compensation process and all other human resource matters for staff
Participates in meetings with state and local elected public officials and their staff, participates in Board meetings for CoC and other committees where organization is lead agency or primary partner.
Serve as ambassador for and provide clear messaging for housing, homelessness and community development issues by providing information and clarification in meetings, committees, public forums, etc.
Provide overall support to the Board of Directors by setting meetings and agendas, developing relevant committees, and recruiting new members for Board consideration.
Oversees community planning and performance improvement for CoC and CMIS work.
Lead fundraising and marketing strategies that support the ongoing work of the agency.
Research grant opportunities, draft applications and supervise managerial staff’s grant writing efforts.
Build collaborations and partnerships across other community agencies, local/state/federal governments, related business and philanthropic communities.
Embody the mission of Housing Alliance Delaware in all work done on behalf of the agency.
Continued Education – Maintains professional
How to Apply
100 West 10th Street, Wilmington, DE 19890
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