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OrganizationHabitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville
TypeFull Time
Application DeadlineSeptember 30, 2021
College Degree Required?No
Salary Range$50,000-60,000
Phone(434) 293-9066


Habitat for Humanity is currently seeking a full-time Regional Housing Manager.

In preparation for the 2021 launch of physical redevelopment of Southwood, Habitat is restructuring
operations in order to double our current building production capacity. The Regional Housing Manager will be central in helping the organization achieve the next step in its growth, while specifically addressing housing needs identified by the communities of Louisa and Greene Counties.

For approximately two decades, operations in Louisa and Greene have largely been undertaken by exceptionally committed volunteer steering committees. The chapters in Louisa and Greene have operated under Habitat’s 501 (c) 3 and reported to Habitat’s CEO and Board of Directors. Beginning in Fiscal Year 2020, operations in the two counties began to merge with central office operations in order to significantly increase the scale of impact across the three areas of the strategic plan. Whereas the two chapters have been building or rebuilding about 1-3 homes collectively per year, the combined goal over the next five years is to build 30 homes, conduct 80 critical home repairs and serve 200 more families via advocacy.

The Regional Housing Manager will work with key stakeholders – the Habitat CEO and Senior Leadership Team; members of the Greene and Louisa county Operating Committees and volunteers, the Habitat Land Development and Construction team and others – to develop and implement an operational plan to meet the goals of the affiliate’s five year strategic plan.

Job Duties

  • Work with Habitat’s land development team to scout and evaluate land and rehab opportunities in Louisa and Greene.
  • Support Habitat’s construction team in construction of new homes.
  • Work with Habitat’s Department of Family and Community Partnerships, along with volunteers from the rural counties, to recruit, vet, select and coach partner families from both the rural counties and the region’s urban area who will purchase homes in Louisa and Greene.
  • Work with Habitat’s volunteer manager, along with volunteers from the rural counties, to recruit and coordinate volunteers.
  • Work with Habitat’s Advancement Department, along with volunteers in advancement and marketing from the rural counties, to generate and implement an annual fundraising and communications plan.
  • Work with Habitat CFO to develop and maintain an annual budget.
  • Work with Habitat’s Director of Operations, Director of Construction and volunteers from the rural counties, to develop and implement a home repair program.
  • Work with Habitat’s Associate Director of Community Partnerships and advocacy volunteers and organizers from the rural counties, to develop and implement an affordable housing advocacy campaign specific to each jurisdiction.
  • Interface and build relationships with key stakeholders in each community, including government officials, business leaders, community champions, prospective donors, low-income community leaders, etc.


Skills Required

  • Positive, “can do” personality
  • Commitment to Habitat for Humanity’s mission of service to others
  • Understanding of rural communities
  • Commitment to asset-based community development
  • Nonprofit experience
  • High level of strategic thinking
  • High level experience in project management
  • Experience in organizational development
  • Experience in relationship management and building partnerships
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent writing, communications and leadership skills
  • Strong discretion and judgment
  • Demonstrated ability to multi‐task, plan, organize, and implement multiple projects
  • Command knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and other common database software
  • Ability to work with volunteers, including board level individuals
  • Fundraising experience preferred

Additional Info

Please submit a detailed resume and cover letter to apply.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville is an equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. If you are asked to interview and require modifications, please let us know.

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