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MAIL: PO Box 1119, Muncie, IN 47308
Title: Construction Director
Reports to: CEO
Supervises: Construction Lead Site Supervisor, volunteers
Purpose: Greater Muncie Habitat for Humanity is seeking a detailed Construction Director responsible for managing all aspects of the Construction Program for the affiliate. The Construction Director operates in alignment with the requirements of HFHI and the policies established by the local affiliate. This is an opportunity for a person with residential construction experience to apply his/her skills to help support a successful non-profit organization. Responsibilities and Job Duties Work collaboratively and alongside the Construction Team to manage all aspects of the affiliate Construction Program. (new construction, rehab homes, repair projects, etc.)
• Establish an overall construction schedule annually that supports the goals of the affiliate strategic plan approved by the board of directors.
• Develop detailed plans for each project (timeline, project plan, volunteer work plan, budget, etc.).
• Ensure that all work on projects is of high-quality workmanship and conforms to affiliate and HFHI specifications and safety standards.
• Monitor projects and adhere to planned construction schedule and budget.
• Supervise and work with volunteers on projects at construction job sites.
• Develop and produce management reports on construction program costs/result.
• Manage process for bids and selection of subcontractors to support building program.
• Manage materials procurement process, anticipating problems and issues typical of this ministry.
• Secure in-kind donations through HFHI or other sources.
• Evaluates land and/or rehab properties for potential new construction or rehabilitation projects.
• Lead and coordinate all aspects of the repair program. Create scopes of work, schedule sub-contractors, volunteers, etc for all repair projects. Relationship Management.
• Develop positive relationships with all volunteers who work on building projects, ensuring that their work experience is motivating, meaningful, and appreciated.
• Develop positive relationships with partner families, teaching, training, and mentoring them with respect and dignity.
• Be a spokesperson for the organization and promote Habitat for Humanity’s life changing impact to everyone who serves with or works with the organization.
• Develop good working relationships with subcontractors and vendors that are used on building projects.
• Develop strong working relationships with all board, committee, staff and AmeriCorps members.
• Develop and maintain good working relationships with utility and city personnel.
• Provide leadership and facilitation to construction related committees. (Green Team, New House Design Committee) Maintain current policies and procedures for all aspects of affiliate construction program, ensuring compliance with HFHI governance and quality assurance standards. Champion and ensure job site safety and security procedures. Staff Management
• Work with Chief Executive Officer to set performance goals for staff members.
• Evaluate performance of staff members and provide feedback to each staff member twice each year.
• Provide input to Chief Executive Officer on annual salary increases/adjustments.
• Provide development opportunities for staff members to expand skills and gain new experiences.
• Evaluate new initiatives, processes, or techniques as assigned. Job Requirements:
• Must be able to support and communicate the vision and mission of Habitat for Humanity.
• Excellent relationship management skills. • 3-5 years management experience (staff, construction projects).
• Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office, ProCore, project management tools, etc).
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Flexible and able to adapt to a changing/fluid environment.
• Able to lift up to 50 pounds, stand for long periods of time, and be willing and capable of performing outdoor/indoor physical duties under all weather conditions.
• Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred.
• Valid driver’s license.
• Work schedule includes some Saturdays. The above job description and statements of duties and responsibilities are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed. This is not an exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities associated with this position. Management of Greater Muncie, Indiana Habitat for Humanity reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet organizational needs. Greater Muncie, Indiana Habitat for Humanity is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Resource Development Director
Revised June 2023
Title: Resource Development Director
Reports to: CEO
Supervises: Resource Development Specialist
Purpose: Plan, lead, coordinate, understand all aspects of fund development along with conducting a highly successful giving program for Greater Muncie Habitat for Humanity (GMHFH). Key responsibilities are to be result driven, mission focused on increasing resources, support, and with a high level of oversight on revenue. Provide leadership and direction for all fundraising initiatives including ‘annual fund’ implementation, major gifts program, (financial and gift in kind), planned giving, grant writing, special events, direct mail, and sponsorships. Continued relationships with current donors, major gift giving, and look to seek new revenue sources.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- As a member of the leadership team, work with CEO, Board of Directors and staff to design and implement a comprehensive annual resource development plan that fulfills both short and long-range goals identified in the Strategic Plan
- Oversee, implement, and monitor ‘annual fund’ process. As a part of the ‘annual fund’ implementation, lead and coordinate:
- Fundraising events; includes annual breakfast, donor open houses/events and sponsorship of events
- Direct mail campaign, including annual report, newsletters, e-newsletters, solicitations, etc.
- Development of a toolkit to support fundraising efforts; includes but not limited to promotional brochures, photos, videos, stories, etc.
- Oversee, develop and implement a high-level major gifts program:
- Develop, cultivate, and steward positive relationships with existing and prospective donors, sponsors, and partners; participate in public speaking opportunities to raise community awareness of GMHFH;
- Include CEO in appropriate donor cultivation and stewardship;
- Create individualized solicitation strategies for major donors and prospects, to including opportunities for both outright and planned gifts;
- Develop strategies to meaningfully engage and solicit corporations and foundations.
- Creatively seek new resources to meet the organization’s short and long term needs.
- Research new opportunities/increased funding avenues for affiliate
- Oversee all grant proposals for the affiliate; includes grants submitted to foundations, national and local organizations and businesses as well as individuals
- Provide financial oversight and reporting for all grants awarded to GMHFH
- Develop fundraising policies, practices and procedures
- Coordinate marketing/media/communications/event planning for affiliate including social media, media outlets, event press, etc.
- Supervise and oversee work of Resource Development Specialist and contract grant writer(s).
- Lead Community Engagement Committee
- Have a strong understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities of the organization.
Position Qualifications and Experience:
Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred in marketing, public relations, sales or related field
Experience: Three to five years’ experience in not-for-profit fund development including fundraising, grant writing and donor relations. Prefer financial experience overseeing grant writing and reporting.
- Excellent organization skills
- Ability to self-manage and supervise the work of others
- Strong commitment to work collaboratively with GMHFH staff members, Board of Directors, and community leaders
- Excellent oral and written communication skills including speech writing and public speaking.
- Strong financial acumen with proficiency in spreadsheet applications
- Analytical and problem solving skills
- Excellent active listening skills, and ability to clearly articulate the alignment of organization mission with a donor’s philanthropic intent
- Strong desire to improve living conditions of low-income families in Greater Muncie, Indiana community
The above job description and statements of duties and responsibilities are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by the incumbent in this position. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities associated with this position. Management of Greater Muncie, Indiana Habitat for Humanity reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities to meet organizational needs.
Greater Muncie, Indiana Habitat for Humanity is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Type: Full-time
- Dental insurance
- Employee discount
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Retirement plan
- Vision insurance
- Day shift
- Monday to Friday
Work Location: In person
ReStore Assistant Manager
The Muncie Habitat for Humanity ReStore is seeking an organized, efficient, energetic, and personable individual for the position of Assistant Manager. The ReStore is a unique retail environment that sells new and used donated materials to the public. This is an opportunity for a retail professional who wants to apply her/his skills to help support a successful non-profit organization.
The ReStore Assistant Manager is directly responsible for:
- Merchandising the sales floor and being able to adapt to an always changing environment.
- Maintaining the backroom ensuring all items are cleaned and appropriately priced before being stocked.
- Working with and supervising volunteers on projects throughout the ReStore and making it a fun environment for them to enjoy.
- Interacting positively with donors and customers.
- Opening and closing ReStore as needed.
- Providing backup for all Pick-Up Driver duties as needed.
- Providing superior customer service to donors and customers.
- Following and implementing daily direction and tasks to be completed.
- Following all ReStore policies and procedures.
- This position reports to the ReStore Manager.
Ø Some supervision preferred
Ø Someone looking to make a difference in people lives, helping them to gain future job experience.
Ø Strong merchandising.
Ø Minimum of three years of retail experience
Ø Superior customer service skills.
Ø Operate a cash register and process credit card transactions with proficiency.
Ø Able to supervise volunteers with a wide range of skills and abilities.
Ø Able to lift up to 75 pounds, perform heavy manual tasks, work standing or walking for long periods of time, and be capable of performing outside duties under all weather conditions.
Ø Valid driver’s license. Clean driving record.
Ø Detailed oriented.
Ø Hands on merchandising.
Ø Execution with urgency.
MAIL: PO Box 1119, Muncie, IN 47308
***Position is full time w/ Great Benefits– Mandatory Work Days are Tuesday – Saturday.