Executive Director, Rebuilding Together

Posted by on August 12, 2013


The Organization
Rebuilding Together Philadelphia is a local, independent affiliate of a national network focused on preserving affordable homeownership using volunteer resources. RTP works primarily in West Philadelphia, Germantown, and North Philadelphia, helping older adults, military veterans, and multi-generational families with critical home repair projects, including energy efficiency upgrades, and safe and healthy home projects. Through its core Block Build strategy and other projects, RTP has helped more than 1,200 low-income homeowners and 55 community agencies since its founding in 1988. Every dollar received generates $5 worth of repair services due to volunteer efforts and inkind donations. Location: Philadelphia, PA.


Position Summary
RTP’s Executive Director is responsible for: 1) strategic management that directs and develops both current and future RTP goals and initiatives, 2) promoting the continuous improvement of program, strategy, staff, and volunteers in service of the mission, and 3) assuring RTP’s financial viability through fund raising, public relations, and resource development. Working in partnership with, and reporting to, the Board, the Executive Director oversees a staff of four, a volunteer corps of 1,000-1,500 people, and is responsible for an annual budget of $500,000-$1 million. The Executive Director is instrumental to setting the tone for collaboration, respect, and professionalism throughout the organization, and ensures that RTP’s mission remains paramount in the organization’s activities and decision making.

For consideration, please send your cover letter and resume electronically to: Search Committee, search@rebuildingphilly.org.

RTP is an equal opportunity employer. We support diversity in our workplace, and encourage applications that will diversify our candidate pool.

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