Habitat SKC is Seeking a Major Gifts Officer

Major Gifts Officer

Title: Major Gifts Officer

Department: Resource Development

Compensation: Level C

Location: Renton, Wa/ King County

Category: Full time, non-exempt

Summary:

Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King & Kittitas Counties Advocacy program is committed to building a world where everyone has an affordable place to call The Major Gifts Officer supports the Resource Development fundraising department’s goal of increasing revenue and enhancing the overall donor experience and donor buy-in to Habitat’s mission, ultimately allowing us to serve more families. The new Major Gift Officer will join a successful fundraising team and will play a critical role in helping Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County reach new heights. Under the general direction of the Chief Development Officer, the Major Gift Officer (MGO) is responsible for qualifying, cultivating and soliciting gifts from individual donors. This is a new position that has been created to grow our Major Gift program by focusing specifically on engaging with and soliciting individual donors.

The MGO will work to build relationships that result in increased funding and longstanding donor relationships with Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County. The successful candidate will enjoy meeting face-to-face with donors to share this exciting work and to solicit, close and steward their financial support.

This position will perform a variety of functions that ensure a positive donor experience and supports the affiliate’s fundraising goals. Development programming includes: fundraisers (e.g., annual luncheon, GiveBIG), mailings and appeals, special events, and large build events (e.g., Women Build, Corporate Builds, Interfaith Build).

Primary Duties And Core Responsibilities

  • Manage a portfolio of individual donors with a capacity of $1,000+ gift potential toward a specific annual fundraising goal. Assist in increasing the number of overall major donors to Habitat.
  • Create an individualized cultivation plan for each donor that leads to successfully retaining or upgrading donors and gifts as appropriate using the annual luncheon and build days as incentives.
  • Secure and prepare for donors meetings; conduct donor research, prepare proposals, personalized materials and approaches and arrange meeting logistics.
  • Articulate Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County’s needs, values, and ambitions through excellent informal and formal communications.
  • Demonstrates a keen sense of curiosity – seeking to understand each donor’s motivation by asking the right questions – and be able to steer conversations accordingly.
  • Partner with Resource Development staff, senior staff and/or volunteers on donor engagement opportunities.
  • Track and maintain donor activity and cultivation plans in Raiser’s Edge database (NXT) and provide accurate and timely reports.
  • Works independently and is self-motivated in initiating contact with donors.
  • Encourage participation in Habitat SKKC’s giving clubs including the $1,000+ Builders Society, Cornerstone Society and the Legacy Society for planned giving.
  • Collaborate with development team colleagues to forecast revenue and strategize donor relationships.
  • Assist in other development team activities as assigned including:
    • Annual Luncheon (e.g., Honoree planning & recognition, Table Captain outreach & coordination, Showcase planning & coordination, Sponsor cultivation/renewals & recognition coordination)
    • Mailings & Appeals (e.g., Annual Report, Year-End, membership program, etc.)
    • Large build events (e.g., Women Build, Corporate Build, HYP, Interfaith Build)
    • Other fundraising events and efforts (e.g., RD Committee, Women Build Committee, GiveBIG, donor research, donor visit packets)
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Requirements

  • Driver’s License (Required)
  • US work authorization (Required)
  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)
  • Fundraising: 3 years (Preferred)
  • Bachelor’s degree in nonprofit management, business, or related field.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of front-line experience with major gifts and fundraising event planning.
  • Demonstrated success in personally cultivating, soliciting, closing and stewarding major gifts from individuals. Proven ability to bring creativity and effective strategies to the major gift pipeline.
  • Ability to engage senior staff and board members in donor visits, and to earn and maintain their confidence.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively to achieve goals.
  • Excellent organizational skills required. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, be detailed oriented and work under pressure of multiple and subsequent deadlines.
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to write and speak clearly and effectively, to listen actively, and to engage, inspire and persuade.
  • Ability to learn new business software programs, proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and social media.
  • Good working knowledge, appreciation for, and understanding of Habitat SKKC programming and mission. Understanding of the Seattle philanthropic community.
  • Experience in soliciting annual, special, multi-year campaign commitments and planned gifts.
  • Use of data analysis and donor analytics to identify donor trends.
  • Project management skills and experience.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills with an aptitude to prioritize tasks to meet conflicting deadlines.
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation, collaboration, and communication skills – both written and verbal – which transcend diverse audiences.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in teams, as well as provide consistent, high-quality service to a wide variety of internal and external constituents.
  • Proficient in Raiser’s Edge software or compatible fundraising software.
  • Operation of a motor vehicle as part of the position’s duties is required, as is a valid driver’s license.
  • Willingness to work, volunteer and build alongside donors at Habitat builds and events.

Benefits

Benefits package to include generous vacation/sick leave, 100% paid employee medical/dental/vision insurance, short/long term disability, life insurance, retirement account with matching.

Statement of Commitment on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At Habitat for Humanity Seattle King County, we build hope for all by tearing down barriers to affordable housing.  Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is unwavering.

We have a deep love of humanity and embrace all our differences including race, religion, background or identity.

We act to remove systemic barriers to sustainable, affordable homeownership through advocacy and equity by providing education on housing issues and inequities for public policy makers and eliminating systemic inequities in our policies and practices. We empower our homeowners through education.

We bring people together, leveraging our differences to achieve our mission in our workplaces, building sites, stores, and in our homes.

We build communities where everyone feels a sense of belonging.  Our support does not stop when a homeowner receives their keys.

We provide hope by eliminating disparities in home ownership.

Habitat for Humanity of Seattle-King County is firmly committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity (EEO) and will provide such opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, sexual preference, national origin, age, religion, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

TO APPLY

Please send resume and cover letter to HR@habitatskc.org

Habitat SKC is Seeking an Advocacy Organizer

Advocacy Organizer

Title: Advocacy Organizer

Department: Advocacy

Reports to: Advocacy and Policy Director

Compensation: Level C

Location: Renton, Wa/ King County

Category: Full time, non-exempt

Summary:

Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King & Kittitas Counties Advocacy program is committed to building a world where everyone has an affordable place to call home. While our new Construction department builds new homes and our Repair program works to keep people in their homes, the Advocacy department works to build a policy eco-system at the state, county and city level that works to accomplish that vision. Habitat is seeking an Advocacy Organizer to help further develop our relationships with homeowners, advocates, volunteers, and elected officials at the state, county, and city level to advance policies that will improve and increase affordable housing and homeownership policy across the King and Kittitas County areas.

Primary Duties And Core Responsibilities

  • Engage with and grow our network of homeowners, advocates, and volunteers who can work to help advance Habitat’s advocacy priorities.
  • Build and maintain relationships with a wide range of like-minded organizations and individuals both inside and outside existing structures.
  • With the Advocacy and Policy Director, develop and deliver training opportunities for potential advocates while ensuring that all advocacy training is rooted in equity and racial justice analysis.
  • Serve as a secondary point of contact with elected officials and bodies at the federal, state, and local levels.
  • Represent Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King & Kittitas Counties at a variety of functions.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned

Requirements

  • 1 or 2 electoral campaign cycles or 1-2 years of other advocacy experience
  • Ability to efficiently and effectively organize work and time, multiple and conflicting priorities and work independently.  Ability to work in an office with frequent interruptions.  Must be a self-starter and work independently
  • Ability to manage multiple stakeholders with differing priorities
  • Ability to work within a remote working structure
  • Current driver’s license and vehicle and ability to travel by car or plane 
  • Computer literate in MS Office and web-based project management software.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to establish and maintain excellent working relationships with Habitat staff and affiliate volunteers, homeowners, community organizations and elected officials and their staff
  • Flexibility, sense of humor, and ability to work under pressure.
  • Work occasional evenings and weekends.

Physical Demands

  • Able to lift at least 20lbs
  • Sit/work at a computer for extended periods of time
  • Ability to navigate construction sites to meet with volunteers

Language Skills

Ability to effectively present information to volunteers and advocates. Ability to communicate and understand the sensitivities of vulnerable populations and senior citizens. Ability to respond to common inquires from volunteers, city / county agencies, or the business community.  Ability to effectively present information to top management, the public and/or board of directors.

Reasoning Ability

Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.  Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Computer Skills

Strong computer skills, including knowledge of MS Office including spreadsheets, word processing, presentations and email. Proficiency with computer usage, especially SmartSheet, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.

Certificates

  • Valid driver’s license with a good driving record

Benefits

Benefits package to include generous vacation/sick leave, 100% paid employee medical/dental/vision insurance, short/long term disability, life insurance, retirement account with matching.

Statement of Commitment on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At Habitat for Humanity Seattle King County, we build hope for all by tearing down barriers to affordable housing.  Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is unwavering.

We have a deep love of humanity and embrace all our differences including race, religion, background or identity.

We act to remove systemic barriers to sustainable, affordable homeownership through advocacy and equity by providing education on housing issues and inequities for public policy makers and eliminating systemic inequities in our policies and practices. We empower our homeowners through education.

We bring people together, leveraging our differences to achieve our mission in our workplaces, building sites, stores, and in our homes.

We build communities where everyone feels a sense of belonging.  Our support does not stop when a homeowner receives their keys.

We provide hope by eliminating disparities in home ownership.

Habitat for Humanity of Seattle-King County is firmly committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity (EEO) and will provide such opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, sexual preference, national origin, age, religion, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

TO APPLY

Please send resume and cover letter to HR@habitatskc.org

Habitat SKC is Seeking a Repair Site Coordinator

Repair Site Coordinator

Title: Repair Site Coordinator

Department: Construction/Repair Program

Compensation: Level C

Location: Renton, Wa/ King County

Category: Full time, non-exempt

Schedule: Tuesday- Saturday

Summary:

Habitat’s Home Repair Program works with homeowners who need assistance with critical and minor repairs that preserve the home and alleviate health and safety issues. Habitat is seeking a Habitat’s Home Repair Program works with homeowners who need assistance with critical and minor repairs that preserve the home and alleviate health and safety issues. Habitat is seeking a Repair Site Coordinator to assist in on-site project completion for repairs in King County, working directly with Repair Site Managers, AmeriCorps members, homeowners, and volunteers to ensure a safe and productive job site.

Primary Duties And Core Responsibilities

  • With Repair Site Manager and Project Manager, ensure that projects are well-planned and executed, with attention to detail, safety, and respect.
  • Ensure appropriate materials and tools are mobilized to site safely and stored in a secure manner.
  • While project is in process, assist in communication between homeowner and project manager.
  • Provide instruction and direction to AmeriCorps members, homeowners, and volunteers on repair techniques and tasks.
  • Maintain vehicles and tools with utmost detail and regard.
  • Assist in accurate and timely project tracking and purchases for accounting purposes.
  • Actively pursue comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of residential construction techniques, methods, and applicable codes, with innovation and efficiency in mind.
  • As a representative of Habitat in the community, engage respectfully with neighbors, promoting and creating awareness of the program to potential partner families, donors, and advocates.
  • Participate in weekly safety meetings and monthly team/department/affiliate meetings.
  • Participate/assist in special projects and other duties as assigned.

Requirements

  • Minimum 2 years of construction experience and enjoy working in a team environment.
  • An attitude of flexibility, sense of humor, and grace under pressure; professional disposition and respectful at all times.
  • Energy and dedication to accomplish team goals, using intentional interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • The ability to work Tuesday through Saturday schedule.
  • A valid driver’s license with a good driving record
  • A BA/BS degree in related field (preferred, but not required)
  • Certifications in the following, training to be provided by Habitat if needed:
  • Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Certification, available during Habitat training
  • OSHA 10 minimum, available during Habitat training

Physical Demands

  • Lift/carry up to 50 pounds with or without assistance
  • Work at a construction site safely with exposure to outdoor weather conditions, fumes, and airborne particles and near mechanical moving parts.
  • The noise at the site may be loud, due to machinery, power tools, and construction activities.
  • This position requires the physical ability to sit, walk, and/or stand for prolonged periods of time. This individual must also have the use of all senses, to include, but not limited to sight, hearing, smell, and taste while possessing the ability to stand, stop, bend, grasp, and/or hold to complete warehouse and construction site work.
  • Ability to work effectively in both office and construction site environments.
  • Ability to communicate assigned tasks or to convey information to staff and volunteers.
  • Ability to maneuver typical construction site obstacles and operate site equipment.
  • Act as Site Manager in the event of the Site Managers absence.

Certificates:

  • Valid driver’s license with a good driving record
  • Must complete OSHA 10 and First Aid training, available during Habitat training

Benefits:

Benefits package to include generous vacation/sick leave, 100% paid employee medical/dental/vision insurance, short/long term disability, life insurance, retirement account with matching.

Statement of Commitment on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At Habitat for Humanity Seattle King County, we build hope for all by tearing down barriers to affordable housing.  Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is unwavering.

We have a deep love of humanity and embrace all our differences including race, religion, background or identity.

We act to remove systemic barriers to sustainable, affordable homeownership through advocacy and equity by providing education on housing issues and inequities for public policy makers and eliminating systemic inequities in our policies and practices. We empower our homeowners through education.

We bring people together, leveraging our differences to achieve our mission in our workplaces, building sites, stores, and in our homes.

We build communities where everyone feels a sense of belonging.  Our support does not stop when a homeowner receives their keys.

We provide hope by eliminating disparities in home ownership.

Habitat for Humanity of Seattle-King County is firmly committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity (EEO) and will provide such opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, sexual preference, national origin, age, religion, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

TO APPLY

Please send resume and cover letter to HR@habitatskc.org

Habitat SKC is Seeking a Repair Project Coordinator

Repair Project Coordinator

Title: Repair Project Coordinator

Department: Construction/Repair Program

Compensation: Level C

Location: Renton, Wa/ King County

Category: Full time, non-exempt

Summary:

Habitat’s Home Repair Program works with homeowners who need assistance with critical and minor repairs that preserve the home and alleviate health and safety issues. Habitat is seeking a Repair Project Coordinator to assist in sustaining and expanding the Repair Program in King County, with primary responsibilities focused on supporting repair project management.
Additional responsibilities include streamlining processes to increase productivity, maintaining accurate records, and accessing future funding by achieving excellence in compliance and reporting.

Primary Duties And Core Responsibilities

Repair Project Support

  • With Repair Project Manager (RPM), arrange site visits for potential repair projects, assist in developing the scope of work and material take-offs, and obtain bids from subcontractors.
  • Assist with project scheduling and communication to site staff.
  • Research, vet and establish relationships with area contractors and suppliers to gain support for project execution. Maintain database of vendors.
  • Research innovative options for products and designs, especially as it pertains to Aging in Place.
  • Assist in document preparation, including, but not limited to, assembling scopes with photos and descriptions of work that is needed, as well as designs/drawings as needed.
  • Coordinate and maintain accurate lead-based paint record-keeping for projects on pre-1978 homes.
  • Working with the Repair Team, participate in outreach activities, homeowner education as it pertains to Repairs, and post-repair support.
  • Support and assist in organizing repair events, such as seasonal monthly Home Preservation Events.
  • As needed, and as time permits, assist on-site in project completion.
  • Participate/assist in special projects and other duties as assigned.


Grants, Reporting and post-repair follow-up:

  • Assist in content generation for grant applications, reports and social media.
  • Take before and after photos of repair work, help maintain extensive photo database and prepare monthly updates for affiliate meetings.

Requirements

  • At least two years of field or construction management experience.
  • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills; attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks appropriately.
  • Computer literate in MS Office and web-based project management software.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Self-motivated, able to interact well with a variety of people, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and work well in team environment.
  • Flexibility, sense of humor, and ability to work under pressure.
  • Work occasional evenings and weekends.

Physical Demands

  • Lift/carry up to 50 pounds with or without assistance
  • Work at a construction site safely with exposure to outdoor weather conditions, fumes, and airborne particles and near mechanical moving parts.
  • The noise at the site may be loud, due to machinery, power tools, and construction activities.
  • This position requires the physical ability to sit, walk, and/or stand for prolonged periods of time. This individual must also have the use of all senses, to include, but not limited to sight, hearing, smell, and taste while possessing the ability to stand, stop, bend, grasp, and/or hold to complete warehouse and construction site work.

Certificates:

  • Valid driver’s license with a good driving record

Benefits:

Benefits package to include generous vacation/sick leave, 100% paid employee medical/dental/vision insurance, short/long term disability, life insurance, retirement account with matching.

Statement of Commitment on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At Habitat for Humanity Seattle King County, we build hope for all by tearing down barriers to affordable housing.  Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is unwavering.

We have a deep love of humanity and embrace all our differences including race, religion, background or identity.

We act to remove systemic barriers to sustainable, affordable homeownership through advocacy and equity by providing education on housing issues and inequities for public policy makers and eliminating systemic inequities in our policies and practices. We empower our homeowners through education.

We bring people together, leveraging our differences to achieve our mission in our workplaces, building sites, stores, and in our homes.

We build communities where everyone feels a sense of belonging.  Our support does not stop when a homeowner receives their keys.

We provide hope by eliminating disparities in home ownership.

Habitat for Humanity of Seattle-King County is firmly committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity (EEO) and will provide such opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, sexual preference, national origin, age, religion, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

TO APPLY

Please send resume and cover letter to HR@habitatskc.org

Habitat SKC is Seeking a Director of Corporate & Faith Relations

Director of Corporate & Faith Relations

Reports to: Chief Development Officer

Location: Renton, Wa

Category: Full time Exempt

Position: Full time, Exempt

Work Schedule: Mon-Fri, Occasional Saturdays may be required

Summary:

The Director of Corporate Relations (DCR) is responsible for securing, sustaining, and enhancing strategic partnerships through but not limited to
direct solicitation, workplace giving, grant management, sponsorships and philanthropic relationships with corporate, in-kind, and faith partners. Approximately 60% of their work will involve developing and cultivating a portfolio of about 150 major gift/grant prospects – emphasizing corporate and foundation prospects with the capacity of $10,000 and greater – with particular effort on corporate partners and foundation proposals of $25,000 or more. The DCR will also identify strategic opportunities, establish priorities and implement plans to manage relationships with current and prospective corporate partners while providing innovative and exciting stewardship and engagement opportunities for corporate partners. Goals for the position for the coming year are $1.4 million with 120 meaningful donor visits annually.

As a key leader in the Resource Development Department, the Director coordinates fundraising strategy for top donors with the CEO, the Chief Development Officer, and Resource Development staff & contractors, and strategically engages Board members, organization executives, and current donors in prospect identification visits, and closings. Across departments, the DCR regularly consults with Construction and Store staff to identify top material and labor needs and supervises solicitation activities of other departments, including Community Engagement & Construction, checking for appropriate asks & fulfillment in response to unsolicited build day requests.

Approximately 25% of the DCR’s time will be spent on program and fulfillment activities, including overseeing hospitality and benefit delivery for donor build days and special events, serving as project manager for more extensive major-donor Habitat engagement events (i.e., Interfaith Build, Women Build), including special or custom benefits, building and maintaining relationships with non-donor third-party partners, such as press contacts, and community partners, and soliciting media coverage for high value donor projects.

The remaining 15% of the DCR’s time will be spent on activities such as
weekly interdepartmental meetings, weekly grant team conference calls,
database management, and updates, developing grant/gift proposals,
contributing to strategy development for campaigns and other development
initiatives, and preparing and writing reports and proposals.

Scope and Responsibilities:

  • An immediate priority for the new DCR is to form productive, respectful, and mutually beneficial relationships with other Habitat team members throughout the organization, Board members, current corporate and faith partners, and other stakeholders. The DCR must also learn the Habitat business model and get up to speed on current and near-term construction projects.
  • The new DCR must quickly familiarize themselves with the current portfolio of active donors, begin to reconnect Habitat with lapsed donors, and then start to grow the portfolio through Board contacts, identifying and connecting with potential new donors, and by moving others (e.g., luncheon attendees) to larger giving levels.
  • Habitat SKC holds its annual fundraising luncheon each spring. This is a key fundraising opportunity for the DCR each year. As such, the new DCR must rapidly get involved in raising sponsorship money for the luncheon.
  • Historically, Habitat has had very close and very important funding and volunteer relationships with congregations from a variety of faith communities. While still a vital constituency for Habitat SKC, this also represents a significant opportunity for growth. The new DCR will lead the effort to deepen existing relationships while identifying and approaching new congregations to provide both financial and volunteer resources.
  • Longer-term, Habitat SKC has a number of substantial projects on the horizon that will require unprecedented fundraising levels for the organization. The DCR will play a key role in what is planned to be the largest capital campaign that this affiliate has ever undertaken.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of six years of professional fundraising experience required, preferably in a nonprofit environment. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • Ideally, this experience will include significant exposure to donor identification and cultivation. Candidates with significant experience closing gifts in excess of $10,000 from corporate, individual or foundation sources are highly desirable.
  • Outstanding stewardship and relationship management skills with meticulous follow-through and excellent presentation skills while exercising creativity. Demonstrated donor recognition strategies.
  • Successful experience in making cold calls as well as developing cultivation and solicitation strategies.
  • A proven track record of maintaining effective relationships with donors and determining the optimal scenario for successful gift solicitation.
  • Experience working with volunteer fundraisers to successfully close gifts among their networks.
  • Given the nature of the position, the ideal candidate possesses excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills with the ability to make dynamic group presentations.
  • In order to effectively manage a portfolio of this size, the preferred candidate demonstrates strong planning and organizational skills and the ability to anticipate tasks, set priorities, meet deadlines, and function smoothly under strict deadlines and shifting priorities.
  • The Habitat business model is multifaceted, with numerous revenue sources and program areas. As such, the ideal candidate is a fast learner who can understand and communicate complex concepts to a wide variety of constituencies. Additionally, the preferred candidate possesses a passion and commitment to the mission of Habitat and affordable housing more broadly.
  • To thrive in the Habitat culture, the candidate must be a confident yet humble self-starter with the ability to recognize and prioritize what’s most important and not get paralyzed by the details. They must be collaborative and recognize that to be successful in this role, they must work across departments continuously. Given the nature of the work and the emphasis on donor cultivation, the preferred candidate is outgoing, personable, and comfortable serving as an organization’s representative.
  • Finally, candidates with high-level computer literacy skills, especially Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Raiser’s Edge, or other donor software, are highly desirable.

Personal Characteristics:

  • Sensitivity and a strong commitment to the mission of Habitat for Humanity and affordable housing more broadly.
  • To thrive in the Habitat culture, the candidate must be a confident yet humble self-starter with the ability to recognize and prioritize what’s most important and not get paralyzed by the details.
  • Collaborative and recognize that to be successful in this role, must work across departments continuously.
  • Given the nature of the work and the emphasis on donor cultivation, the preferred candidate is outgoing, personable, and comfortable serving as an organization’s representative.
  • Demonstrates diplomacy, tact and discretion.
  • Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities, proposing efficiencies, and guiding staff and systems.
  • Proven results in collaboration and participation with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated ability to work successfully and positively in a culturally and ethnically diverse community. Values diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and adapt easily to changing situations and priorities. Good judgment, flexibility and consensus building skills.
  • Self-starter with ability to quickly create a positive network of relationships.
  • Must be highly organized and demonstrate excellent attention to details while pursuing overall goals.
  • Extremely proactive approach to work. Someone that is solutions oriented.
  • A good listener and strategist. Comfortable receiving input from many sources and able to analyze and formulate disparate information to a sound, well-organized plan.
  • A hard worker with a high energy level. A ‘doer’ with a willingness to work hands-on in developing and executing a variety of marketing and communications objectives.
  • High ethical standards for self and staff.
  • Inspirational, creative, visionary and compassionate.
  • Positive daily work attitude on a consistent basis.

Benefits:

Benefits package to include generous vacation/sick leave, 100% paid employee medical/dental/vision insurance, short/long term disability, life insurance, retirement account with matching.

Statement of Commitment on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At Habitat for Humanity Seattle King County, we build hope for all by tearing down barriers to affordable housing.  Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is unwavering.

We have a deep love of humanity and embrace all our differences including race, religion, background or identity.

We act to remove systemic barriers to sustainable, affordable homeownership through advocacy and equity by providing education on housing issues and inequities for public policy makers and eliminating systemic inequities in our policies and practices. We empower our homeowners through education.

We bring people together, leveraging our differences to achieve our mission in our workplaces, building sites, stores, and in our homes.

We build communities where everyone feels a sense of belonging.  Our support does not stop when a homeowner receives their keys.

We provide hope by eliminating disparities in home ownership.

Habitat for Humanity of Seattle-King County is firmly committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity (EEO) and will provide such opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, sexual preference, national origin, age, religion, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.

TO APPLY

Contact Scott E. Miller

Scott Miller Executive Search
3041 Baker Street
San Francisco, CA 94123