Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland - Home Preservation Program Manager

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Organization Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland

Location Silver Spring, MD

Job Title Home Preservation Program Manager

Job Description Basic Function: The Home Preservation Program Manager oversees the creation of new and administration of Habitat's existing owner-occupied programs including; weatherization, general home repair, Prince George's County Homeownership Preservation Program (PGHOPP), veteran repair, Repair and Accessibility Modification Program(RAMP), and Montgomery County Homeowner Energy Efficiency Program (MCEEP). This position serves as a liaison to community partners and works to develop new partnerships that support Habitat's programs and clients. In addition to training and overseeing repair staff, this position serves in a project management role for home preservation programs including the creation of budgets, coding and paying invoices, tracking costs versus available grants, etc. This position is also responsible for managing all government and private grants related to home preservation programs including applications, reimbursements, reporting, and compliance.

Key Responsibilities:

•Oversee the creation and operation of all owner-occupied programming

•Build meaningful partnerships with government agencies, vendors and nonprofit partners

•Train and supervise Repair Client and Repair Field Coordinators

•Apply for, track and manage compliance for home preservation related contracts/grants

•Assist as needed in soliciting proposals from contractors and consultants

•Apply for remodeling permits for projects completed by Habitat staff, as required by local jurisdictions

•Ensure all program-related invoices are accurate, recorded properly and submitted for payment efficiently

•Track all program-related expenses and income

•Prepare monthly cash flow reports and reconcile all program-related accounts with finance department

•Liaise with clients as needed

•Present on Habitat's programs as opportunities arise

•Run weekly program meetings and attend monthly staff meetings

•Prepare additional reports, case studies and presentations as needed


•Bachelor’s Degree

•Minimum 2 years of government grant writing and/or compliance experience

•Minimum 1 year experience managing staff

•Minimum 2 years of project/program management experience

•Experience with home repair, construction and/or weatherization a plus

•Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word

•Excellent organizational and planning skills

•Excellent verbal and written communication skills

•Must be able to work independently and as part of a team

•Must be able to work flexible days and hours as needed

•Passion for working with individuals of diverse populations, experience working with low-income populations a plus

•Ability to prioritize and delegate duties

•Ability to speak multiple languages a plus.

Application Instructions Email resume and cover letter to sarah.reddinger@habitatmm.org. No phone calls please.