KENT ATTAINABLE HOUSING (KAH) SEEKING PROGRAM MANAGER
The KAH Program Manager will be responsible for the successful execution of our future homeowner recruitment, support, and selection processes, as well as the maintenance of our program data and policies in partnership with our ED, volunteers, and Board. They will play a key role in the stewardship of related grants and lead the recruitment, recognition, and coordination of our incredible community of volunteers.
Future Homeowner Program Management – 85%
Lead our Future Homeowner application, selection, and home sale, and post-occupancy support processes in collaboration with our ED, Board, volunteers, and Advisory Committee; develop a robust strategy to attract, recruit and retain participants, and serve as the point of contact for our families.
Coordinate our financial literacy coaching program, helping our volunteers and partners prepare families for homeownership, improving their likelihood of successfully purchasing a home.
Manage, collect, and input our program data, tracking the qualitative and quantitative impact of our program; support the stewardship of related grants and completion of related grant reports.
Volunteer Coordination – 15%
Lead the coordination, recruitment, scheduling, and recognition of our enthusiastic volunteers, tracking volunteer hours related to our Future Homeowner and home construction programs.
Represent our Future Homeowner and volunteer programs at internal and external events.
Serve as a point of contact for KAH, directing email and phone inquiries to the appropriate person.
This opportunity could be for you if:
You have experience in administration, operations, volunteer coordination, or program management.
You embrace inclusive, mission-driven, collaborative work with diverse groups of people.
You have experience working with limited-income families and/or a demonstrated understanding of the
challenges limited income families face in Kent County.
Kent Attainable Housing is breaking the cycle of poverty in Kent County, Maryland through home ownership. We collaborate with volunteers, staff, and community partners to build, purchase, and renovate affordable homes, and support income-limited working families through the home buying process. Established in 2019, KAH completed its first home sale in 2022 and is on-track to provide home ownership opportunities to at least six additional families in the next 24 months.