The person in this senior leadership position is charged with positioning the agency for long-term sustainability through the planning of new or expanded community development initiatives and growth in small business start-up and housing development and rehab, through grants and/or private investments; analyzes statistical data such as population and economic trends to create vibrant growth strategies; carries out comprehensive community planning processes in order to determine project priorities; collaborates with nonprofit and for profit organizations, government leaders, private developers, and public interest groups to implement projects.
The Director is responsible for the fiscal accountability, program quality, regulatory compliance, county-wide coordination, implementation and/or management of programs in accordance with their respective standards, policies and procedures, and applicable local, state, and federal regulations; works with the Executive Director to develop long-range goals, objectives, and implements plans to advance and integrate current and future programs and service goals into the overall strategic plan and mission of TOI.
• A master's degree from a regionally accredited or registered college or university with major work in community or housing development, environmental planning, public administration, or closely related field; AND a minimum of two years of progressively responsible administrative/ supervisory/financial management experience in community planning/development, housing development ; OR
• A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited or registered college or university with major work in community development, environmental planning, public administration, or closely related field; AND four years of progressively responsible administrative/supervisory/financial management experience
• Ability to understand, interpret and apply program regulations, grant writing, and budgeting
• Ability to prioritize multiple tasks, follow projects through to completion, work with minimal supervision, and communicate clearly
• Ability to organize, prioritize, meet deadlines, and initiate activities
Salary: $60,000 exempt
Generous benefits include health insurance; 403(b) retirement; 2.5 weeks vacation; sick leave; etc.
Please send cover letter and resume with completed application to:
HR Director, Tioga Opportunities, Inc., 9 Sheldon Guile Blvd., Owego, NY 13827
OR email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The application can be located on the website: tiogaopp.org/Career opportunities