Cincinnati, OH
Posted 3 months ago

The CEO will report to the Board of Directors and lead the execution of the strategic plan. Direct reports include the CFO, Vice President of Development & Communications, Director of Construction, ReStore Director, Director of Homeowner Services, and the Director of Human Resources.

Key initiatives.
Strategic leadership: Drive the execution of the strategic plan and position the organization for long-term success by identifying opportunities for expansion of needed services

Financial leadership: Provide stewardship of the organization’s financial health
Staff leadership and development: Attract, develop, and retain a high performing leadership team; empower them to “own” key initiatives

Community engagement: Be the face of the organization with diverse homebuyers, Board members, funders, volunteers, and community partners

Fundraising: Partner with the Development team to broaden sources of funding from grants, corporate sponsorships, individual giving, and special events

Board cultivation and development: Engage Board members to leverage their talents and networks to further the organization’s mission and community impact

Creative Development and Financing: Collaborate with the CFO and banking partners to Identify new alternatives for home financing and development activity based on market opportunities

Volunteer Engagement: Work with staff to recruit and engage volunteers

Equity and Inclusion: Create an inclusive culture that reflects the diversity of the population served and provides opportunities for staff at all levels

Operational Excellence: Support the efforts of the operations staff around recruiting and retention of staff as well as addressing supply chain challenges

Thought Leadership/Advocacy: Earn a seat at the table for important community conversations around the availability of affordable housing

An authentic connection the mission of Habitat for Humanity
A track record of leading the strategic direction and growth of an organization
Bachelor’s degree is preferred
A demonstrated commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment
Experience partnering with a non-profit Board
Success working with a development team to raise funds for a non-profit organization
Evidence of attracting, developing, and empowering a strong leadership team
P&L responsibility at a minimum of $5m is strongly preferred
Evidence of strong relationships across public, nonprofit, and private sectors within Cincinnati is preferred.
Demonstrated success partnering with other nonprofit organizations toward a common purpose
Home construction/real estate development experience a plus

Strategic, and willing to be hands-on
Has a heart for the mission
Authentic connection to the clients served
Charismatic, can influence others
Engaging with all stakeholders
Relationship builder
Flexible, comfortable with change
Calm under pressure
Creative problem solver
A trusted community partner
Good listener

See your efforts have a direct impact on communities and the lives of residents every day
Lead a passionate group of staff members, Board members and volunteers
Help the organization grow and increase its impact in the region to serve 365 families a year!

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