Family Services Coordinator
POSITION TITLE: Family Services Coordinator
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
SUMMARY: The Family Services Coordinator is responsible for the affiliate’s procedures for the selection of homeowner families, and the programs designed to support families after they have been selected. This position will support the Family Selection and Family Support Committees, supervise and coordinates the work of the committees.
Key Responsibility Area:
Provide staff support to and manage the documentation of the homeowner selection process.
Provide staff support to Family Selection committee.
Provide staff support to Family Support committee and S/A/F.
Monitor Family Support Program budget and participate in the development of funding proposals for the Family Support Program.
Provide program development for family support/self sufficiency, including the areas of home maintenance, payment timelines, family financial management and homeowner mutual support.
Facilitate regular resources as appropriate to homeowners and S/A/Fs.
Facilitate regular contact with all Habitat Families.
Encourage opportunities for ongoing participation of homeowners in the ministry.
Participate in professional development of staff and volunteers.
Communicate and collaborate with other staff regarding issues homeowners raise with Habitat including construction, home repair, financial and sweat-equity problems.
Assist with the homeowner associations and encourage a healthy neighborhood. Guide homeowners toward assuming responsibility for handling the association’s business, offering support as needed.
Develop and maintain a specific plan for each individual family.
Meet with every family in the pipeline once a quarter to discuss the progress of their plan.
Responsibility and Authority
Process homeowner applications.
Attend home visits.
Maintain computer database.
Obtain credit reports.
Train volunteers and families.
Complete all required reports accurately and timely.
Above all, ensure the mission of Habitat for Humanity is carried out to its fullest.
Internal: Key organizational staff.
External: Other agencies in similar fields of service.
Skills and Experience
Two year’s experience as volunteer or staff with Habitat for Humanity or other community-based not for profit.
Two year’s experience in working with low-income families.
Two year’s experience in working with volunteers.
Relevant experience in training and program development.
Ability to communicate clearly in written and oral presentations.
Strong organizational skills, computer skills, exceptional interpersonal skills, and must be flexible.
Must have a strong passion for our mission.
Hours and Benefits:
Full Time- Salary Range- $30,000-$35,500 depending on experience
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POSITION TITLE: Finance Coordinator
REPORTS TO: Finance Director
The Finance Coordinator is responsible for the operations and administration of the financial management function for the organization, including the development and implementation of pertinent, effective, and efficient financial systems, controls, and procedures which will enable the affiliate to achieve a sound and viable financial base.
Key Responsibility Area: General Administration
Coordinate, implement and maintain all financial record keeping for accountability and compliance.
Support the Finance Director with monthly financial statements and supporting schedules in a timely, accurate and concise manner.
Ensure controls are in place to protect and safeguard the financial assets of the affiliate.
Coordinate all aspects of the affiliate mortgage portfolio and homes including transition process from construction to family home ownership.
Ensure all Revenue guidelines and regulations are met in a timely and effective manner including the issuance of all charitable receipts and correspondence.
Ensure all insurance and legal matters are administered in a timely and effective manner.
Assume liaison and training responsibilities to support any area of the affiliate’s program needs as directed by the Executive Director.
Monitor and maintain property records and tax records, exercising controls over records, tax liabilities and payments.
Key Responsibility Area: Financial Management and Development
Coordinate the preparation of budgets and provide financial information to audits and reports.
With respect to Special Projects, Events, Construction, Fund Raising and other operations, ensure that accounting standards are timely and accurate, and provide effective liability protection and cost controls, and ensure the adherence to sound budget practices.
Provide financial information for the development of new projects and programs.
Support the timely financial reporting to the Executive Director on matters of policy, guidelines and procedures.
Responsible for all A/R and A/P activities.
Prepare and distribute all reporting forms and reports to HFHI, Regional and Affiliate in a timely manner as assigned by the Finance Director.
Participate in the annual audit and manage the actual audit relationship with the Auditor and furnish all needed data in conformity to stated procedure.
Provide accurate tracking of construction costs for individual construction sites.
Maintain reports to facilitate the grant renewal cycle and complete grant makers performance reporting and program evaluation requests as required.Skills and Experience
Accounting accreditation or equivalent experience in the accounting function within the Not For Profit sector
Previous experience with an affiliate or volunteer organization
Effective written, oral, and presentation skills
Ability to handle multiple tasks with changing priorities
Strong experience base in working with spread sheet and word processing software packages
Previous experience with QuickBooks A/P, A/R and job costing functions
Strong analytical skills
$14-$16 per hour.
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Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Alabama is an equal employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve national guard status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.