We are the leading non-metro affordable housing provider in the Midwest serving over 2,000 households with a staff of 35 employees; an annual operating budget of $15 million and $50 million of projects in development. Under the Moving to Work designation, we utilize innovation and creativity to develop unique solutions to local affordable housing needs. Our philosophy that all individuals should be encouraged to maximize their individual potential requires customer participation in mandatory self-sufficiency programs and limits housing assistance to 8 years.
The ideal CEO for this organization will be a strategic, collaborative and innovative leader, able to plan, direct, manage and oversee all staff activities and strategic operations of the organization and its related affiliates. Must demonstrate new approaches for the delivery of affordable housing; keep open lines of communication with employees and customers; and is responsive when falling short. Excellent communication and interpretation skills are necessary to build positive business relationships, a team-oriented working environment, and ensure that Board adopted strategies and goals are met. Must also establish and maintain strong relationships with community stakeholders and local municipal leaders.
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with course work in real estate development and finance or related field, Master’s Degree preferred. Minimum of five years executive level leadership in a private or non-profit affordable housing development organization or property management company. LIHTC experience and/or CPM designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management are desirable.
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Progressive affordable housing organization is searching for a Chief Executive Officer. Located in the heart of East-Central Illinois, Champaign County is home to the University of Illinois, Parkland College, and two major regional hospitals. Champaign County is a leader in education, health care, high technology, light industry and agriculture; is comprised of 1,008 square miles and has a population of 208,000.