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Posted on: March 04, 2019 • Category: Administrative - Support

Executive Administrative Professional

Habitat for Humanity of Yankton County

Apply By: April 01, 2019
No. of Jobs: 1
Job Type: Full-Time
Pay Type: Hourly
Compensation: DOE/DOQ
Education: Associate's Degree

Phone 1: (605) 260-4224
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Habitat for Humanity of Yankton County
218 Capital Street
Yankton, SD 57078
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Qualifications:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, email systems and web research • Quality customer service, time management, leadership and team skills • Work values should reflect that of a Christian housing ministry • Ability to take initiative on tasks, anticipates and sets priorities, and meets deadlines • Ability to keep highly sensitive personal and financial information confidential • Strong public speaking and development of presentations • Self-motivated, able to work independently with minimal supervision • Ability to delegate work and instruct volunteers • Must be detail-oriented and possess ability to multi task POLICY LEVEL IMPACT: • Must comprehend legal matters related to affiliate operations. Informs and supports the board of directors in developing and implementing an overall risk management strategy which includes insurance, business practices and ongoing assessment liability. EDUCATION EXPERIENCE: • Associate Degree or equivalent in work experience in Business, Public Relations, Human Resources or another related field PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS NECESSARY TO PERFORM THIS JOB: • Must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds • Must have the ability to travel when needed, which requires a valid driver’s license, insurance and access to a vehicle

Responsibilities:
The Executive Administrative Professional primarily provides support to the Executive Director and develops resources to enhance the profile of Habitat for Humanity Clay and Yankton Counties (HFHCYC) through positive community relations among affiliate volunteers, human service providers, business leaders and the community. Additionally the HFHCYC profile enhancement will include: volunteer coordination, education and advocacy, community and resource development, and marketing and publicity. The Executive Administrative Professional must understand and be committed to carrying out the mission, providing administrative and fundraising support, and serving as a HFHCYC representative for community functions. KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: a. Public Relations. Develop public relations activities in support of the special event fundraisers. Procure monetary and “in-kind” donations from local businesses and public support of fundraising efforts. Establish and nurture good media relationships. b. Volunteer Coordination. Provide a positive and safe experience for volunteers at the resale store, on the construction site, and at special events. Including recruitment, scheduling, coordinating, recognition, and volunteer tracking data. c. Education & Advocacy. Develop plans, activities, and materials to engage groups and individuals in supporting Habitat to solve the problems of poverty housing. d. Bookkeeping. Assists with monthly account reconciliations and accounts payable. e. Resale Store. Screen donations, coordinate pick up of donated items, keep an inventory of donations, maintain cleanliness of items and resale space, coordinate volunteers to work in the Resale Store. Provide overall managerial leadership for the Resale Store in accordance with the directives, policies, and objectives set by the affiliate board of directors. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: • Assists with homeowner applications and provides support to partner families • Attends and provides support at all committee meetings • Resale Store bookkeeping, inventory, and solicitation • Maintains accurate data on partner families including monthly mortgage payments and delinquency reports • Helps Executive Director and Fund Development Committee create and execute annual campaign plan and other yearly event planning • Identifies and coordinates volunteer opportunities and housing initiatives as well as maintains all worksite waivers and sign in sheets • Coordinates groundbreakings and dedications • Bookkeeping • Processes gifts, prepares and sends thank you notes, donation receipts and pledge reminders • Ensures all contractor data, donations, gifts in kind and services are recorded appropriately per house/build/rehab to help determine cost of home • Maintains HFHCYC website, social media presence and other marketing needs • Provides daily administrative support including answering phone, mail, distribution and filing • Performs related duties as required but not articulated

Other Information:
This is a full-time position of up to 40 hours of work per week with occasional Saturday and evening hours. Habitat for Humanity is an equal-opportunity employer whose mission is to eliminate substandard and overcrowded housing conditions in Clay and Yankton Counties through affordable housing solutions. This is achieved by establishing a partnership between the family acquiring the home and HFHCYC. We invite those who are looking for challenging yet rewarding career to join the Habitat team. We offer a benefits package that includes paid vacation, 10 holidays and sick pay. These are both permanent full-time hourly positions of up to 40 hours per week with occasional Saturday, Sunday and evening hours.
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