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Director of Resource Development

NHP Foundation
Washington, DC

For over three decades, NHP Foundation (NHPF) has provided affordable housing to families and seniors.

Since our founding in 1989, NHPF has realized extraordinary achievements in the preservation and creation of value added affordable housing and is excited to move forward in the decades to come. Incorporated as a not for profit organization, NHPF operates with both a charitable mission and a business like financial discipline. Our track record from the beginning has led to the preservation of 105 multi family properties containing over 18,215 affordable housing units. Building on that foundation, we currently serve more than 41,003 residents on 61 properties, providing nearly 10,354 affordable housing units in 16 states  and the District of Columbia.

The Director of Resource Development (DRD) for Operation Pathways, a subsidiary of The NHP Foundation, directs and manages the development and implementation of all funding initiatives of Operation Pathways. The DRD works closely and in cooperation with the Office of External Affairs of The NHP Foundation, especially in managing relationships with national partners. The DRD reports to the executive director of Operation Pathways and works closely with site based resident services staff across the country with local funding
initiatives. The DRD is expected to meet annual fundraising goals with government contracts, foundations, corporations, individuals, and special events. The DRD is also responsible for tracking in kind donations and program fees. The DRD utilizes a data management system for the collection, analysis, and reporting of fundraising data, as well as the management of distribution lists for contacts and communications. The DRD directs and manages all communications and marketing, including Operation Pathways’ online presence and
social media.

Specific qualifications include:

  • 7-10 years of fundraising experience in non-profit organizations.
  • BA/BS degree required.
  • Demonstrated commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice.
  • Understanding of affordable housing, budgets, contract funding, federal programs, and funding sources.
  • Knows how to identify, cultivate and build relationships based on the programs and build out bigger
  • Bring the housing and the community approach to bear
    think out of the box.
  • Focus on an enterprise worldwide.

Location: Washington, DC
Hybrid (3 days in office; 2 day remote per week)
Salary Range: $150K – $175K

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