JOB TITLE: Senior Vice President of Resource Development REPORTS TO: President and CEO
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) is seeking a qualified candidate for its SVP of Resource Development position. This position is a key senior staff member and is responsible for the oversight, strategic planning and management of Habitat LA’s fund development, working in conjunction with the President & CEO, Senior Leadership members and the Board of Directors. The SVP of Resource Development will lead a team of development professionals in a coordinated effort to raise philanthropic revenue and oversee marketing and communications, volunteer’s management and events for the affiliate.
SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Oversee the fundraising team to meet and exceed annual goals of $8MM+ in private philanthropy. • Hire, train and develop competent staff, fostering a culture of teamwork and mission driven performance. • Oversee the marketing and communications division of Habitat LA. • Oversee volunteer management team, responsible for recruitment, training and retaining 10,000 volunteers annually. • Develop strategic and annual plans and budgets. Manage team to meet plans and goals. • Oversee major events of Habitat LA. • Support CEO, Board of Directors and other departments in their efforts to raise funds and awareness of Habitat LA.
• Minimum 10+ years of development experience with increasing responsibility of teams raising over $8MM annually.
• CFP Certification or similar preferred
About Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
What we do
The overwhelming need for housing in our communities has provided Habitat For Humanity Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) with a unique opportunity to change lives in our neighborhoods.Los Angeles ranks as one of the least affordable housing areas in the U.S., and yet Habitat for Humanity is one of the few – if not only – affordable home ownership programs that serves families and individuals earning 30-80% of the median family income. Cost burden and overcrowding are the most serious problems experienced by very-low-income Southern California residents. Working with volunteers, families, individuals, corporations, congregations, and donors, we are able to address this important housing issue throughout greater Los Angeles. We are dedicated to making home ownership possible for low-income, hardworking families and individuals.
We offer a hand up, not a hand out
With the support of community partners, donors and volunteers, Habitat LA constructs new or renovates existing homes alongside Habitat partner home buyers. Our partner home bu...yers make a small down payment and monthly mortgage payments, and they invest 200-500 hours of sweat equity hours building their future Habitat home and the homes of other Habitat home buyers. Habitat homes are sold to partner home buyers at no profit and are financed with affordable loans. Since 1990, we have built, rehabilitated, or repaired over 900 houses in neighborhoods all across greater Los Angeles. Shelter is a basic human need, and Habitat for Humanity strives to achieve its goal of eliminating substandard housing by making decent, sustainable, and affordable housing a reality for all.