Under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer and in accordance with the direction and mission of District 7 HRDC, the Director of Asset Development is responsible for the direction, administration and oversight of all Housing Counseling Activities, Saving for Tomorrow, and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) programs. The incumbent is responsible for compliance of all state and federal guidelines, ensuring that grant and contract requirements are met including, but not limited to: reporting, budgeting and troubleshooting.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
The requirements listed, are representative of the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the job. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to carry out each task satisfactorily and perform other duties as assigned.
- Supervise and lead subordinate staff and volunteers in a fair and productive manner in accordance with the agency’s policies, and applicable state and federal and laws.
- Coordinate closely with Executive Management team and other staff to ensure effective operation of program contract requirements, and state and federal regulations are met.
- Evaluate programs on an on-going basis. Recommend and implement authorized program development and changes. Identify and develop new programs to meet the needs of the community.
- Maintain on-going communication with senior management, fiscal operations and other program directors.
- Monitor program operating budgets and expenses, budget development; prepare comprehensive program reports. Ensure proper expenditures are enforced. Notify leadership of budget deficiencies; recommend and implement budget changes once approved.
- Attend meetings on behalf of HRDC and maintain on-going communication and networking with community partners and funders.
- Attend Professional Development and supervisory training as required.
- Participate in the selection process, conduct employee evaluations, enforce discipline, and terminations as required.
- Ensure that appropriate training has been provided to his/her staff as needed.
- Communicate policy and policy changes to his/her staff.
- Resolve employee conflicts and client grievances according to established policy and procedures.
- Demonstrate competency in leadership; develop and maintain an effective team.
- Complete special projects as assigned. Perform other duties as assigned and determined to be productive and efficient for the continuing improvement of the Agency.
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
Minimum qualifications are bachelor’s degree in Human Services and a minimum of 2 years related experience (including supervisory), or equivalent combination of education, experience, and supervisory background to fully meet the obligations of this position.
License and Certifications:
Must possess a valid Montana Driver’s License, proof of personal automobile insurance and must meet insurability requirements for agency automobile insurance policy.
OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES:
- Must have knowledge of budgeting and expense procedures for program operations.
- Strong organizational, listening and communication skills, including both verbal and written are required.
- Prefer knowledge of local labor market information and employer expectations.