Job type full-time
Full job description
Habitat for humanity international (hfhi) is currently seeking two talented project coordinators to fill two openings for corporate partnership implementation managersReporting to a corporate development officer, the corporate partnership implementation manager is an essential resource to the implementation of new and existing corporate partnershipsThis person is responsible for planning and managing formal donor projects, executing day-to-day management of all operational issues, and working as “one habitat” with all habitat departments, donors, and affiliates to ensure overall satisfaction, renewal, and growth of assigned partnerships through restricted, unrestricted, and gift in kind partner contributions.
The partnership implementation manager (corporate) supports two corporate development officers, mainly through donor research and project coordinationOne of the roles focuses on support for mid-west and west coast corporate partners.
The ideal candidate is someone who loves collaborating, is a strong and organized project coordinator, has superb interpersonal skills and maybe even some sales skillsThis person must be flexible with their schedule to accommodate calls and meetings in pacific time.
This positions may be based remotely within the us, preferably within commuting distance of the downtown atlanta office.
Serve as an hfhi ambassador and skilled project manager in all interactions with donors, affiliates, hfhi departments, and volunteers throughout the development and implementation of all assigned corporate partnerships.
Collaborate with corporate development officers to develop an overall fundraising strategy to meet or exceed team revenue goals.
Conduct necessary donor research to create new partner proposals and implementation plans that meet the needs of the overall partnership strategy as defined by the hfhi leadership, corporate development officer, and senior management at the partner company.
Create new partner proposals, presentations, and project management plans as directed by corporate development officer for assigned partners.
Execute all duties necessary for the successful implementation of the partnerships, including cross-functional collaboration with internal departments and stakeholders.
Actively participate in sharing of best practices with relevant stakeholders.
Participate in department and organizational meetings, events, and initiatives.
Project execution and monitoring:
Complete and execute project term sheets with program teams, domestic and international.
Hold primary responsibility for managing the day-to-day ongoing operational aspects of assigned corporate partnerships.
Coordinate the identification and management of an extended partner support team (including habitat affiliates, hfhi regional area staff & affiliates, hfhi internal departments, and partner contacts) to successfully implement partnership terms and expectations.
Execute all project management processes including managing sharepoint file system to host all documentation related to assigned partners.
Collaboration with finance to set up necessary project codes and financial reporting systems to monitor and report on partnership expenditures.
Create agendas or draft talking points for donor meetings and calls; develop and route pre-reads to participants; draft meeting notes or highlights and action items.
Track respective donor interactions (meeting notes, emails, important communications) and associated documentation in donor management database; subject to review by corporate development officer.
Serve as project lead for assigned partners on all hfhi-sponsored events such as carter work project, habitat on the hill, carter weekend, national affiliate conference, etcAnd work with communications department to feed partners hfhi updates on these events and any other noteworthy assets.
Assist in the implementation and execution of partner communication in regard to press releases, social media, and other communication needs.
Evaluation and reporting:
Ensure all partner activities and results are monitored and reported in a professional manner to internal and external stakeholders.
Serve as lead for partner stewardship reports while working with habitat communications team to develop each donor report.
Monitor and route monthly and quarterly financials to partner after reconciliation by hfhi finance team;
Review quarterly outstanding pledge reports and execute invoices to assigned partners.
Inform area offices and international affiliates as funds are available.
2-3 years of experience in managing complex tasks or projects involving multiple stakeholders.
Customer service oriented.
Excellent time management, communication, and organizational skills.
Ability to work well both independently and in a team environment.
Ability to interface with all levels of the organization (both internal and external).
Superior analytical and organizational skills with excellent attention to detail and high degree of personal initiative.
Demonstrated proficiency with ms office suite products (excel, word, powerpoint, outlook, teams).
Active support of hfhi values and commitments:
Humility – we are part of something bigger than ourselves.
Courage – we do what’s right, even when it is difficult or unpopular.
Accountability – we take personal responsibility for habitat’s mission.
- safeguarding - hfhi requires that all employees take seriously their ethical responsibilities to safeguarding our intended beneficiaries, their communities, and all those with whom we workManagers at all levels have responsibilities to support and develop systems that create and maintain an environment that prevents harassment, sexual exploitation and abuse, safeguards the rights of beneficiaries and community members (especially children), and promotes the implementation of habitat for humanity’s code of conduct.
Fundraising and/or major customer/donor support experience.
Prior experience in nonprofit and/or corporate environment.
Project management body of knowledge (pmbok) or project management professional (pmp) certificate.