Executive Director

Website Modcon LIving

Keeping Vulnerable Homeowners Warm, Safe and Dry in their Homes

Executive Director

Modcon Living is a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustaining homes and neighborhoods by providing reliable, affordable home repair and modification services, while serving vulnerable homeowners. We believe everyone deserves the choice to age in place with independence and dignity.

The Modcon Living Executive Director will provide oversight of the organization and its programs: Safe at Home, the Tool Library, and Mod Squad, an emerging social enterprise project. This energetic community-focused leader will identify community partnerships and opportunities to promote the services provided by Modcon Living to neighbors in the Central Ohio area. The Executive Director must have experience fundraising and grant writing, as well as a passion for creating sustainable housing.

Roles and responsibilities
Fundraising and contributed revenue
Develop and cultivate relationships with existing and new donors, grant makers and corporate sponsors in order to increase contributed revenue.

Direct activities related to contributed income.  Plan and implement an effective donor stewardship strategy in order to recognize and expand the contributions of existing donors and new supporters of Modcon Living.

Manage and collaborate with the Director of Operations, and all staff, to oversee fundraising and volunteer events (e.g. the annual Rebuilding a Healthy Neighborhood), to increase profitability of such events, maintain existing donors, and secure new donors.

Develop opportunities for donors and sponsors for existing and new special events.

Seek new grant opportunities; coordinate and oversee application for, and management of existing grants.

Operations and management
Review and evaluate the effectiveness and profitability of all programs.

Review and execute the Strategic Plan.

Support in hiring and evaluating all staff consistent with the budget and establish compensation and benefits for all staff.

Establish and oversee the annual budget to ensure that the organization is fiscally responsible and meets budget targets.

Implement the policies of the organization as determined by the Board.

Board facilitation
Attend Board meetings and Executive Committee meetings.

Regularly report to the Executive Committee and the Board on matters affecting policy, programs, management, and operations.

Facilitate meaningful Board participation in the programs and activities of the organization.

Maintain relationships with past Board members.

Participate in meetings of the Board Development Committee, and cultivate potential Board members recommendations

With appropriate Board representatives, conduct new Board member orientation.

Marketing, communications, and community involvement
Lead the organization and be the face and voice of Modcon Living in the community, the media, and the general public with the goal of increasing awareness of its value to the community and Central Ohio.

Evaluate existing communications (marketing, promotion, educational, print, and digital pieces); oversee the overall marketing and public relations strategy for the organization.

Develop and maintain relationships with other volunteer organizations, non-profits, government, and corporate organizations both for possible collaborations/partnerships and to increase the profile of Modcon Living.

Financial management
Oversee and review the budget implications of programs, both continuing and new.

Ensure that the organization is fiscally responsible and meets budget targets.

Seek new grant opportunities; coordinate and oversee application for, and management of existing grants.

Develop and maintain relationships with tax, audit, and contracted CFO professionals.

Social enterprise
Oversee the management, and marketing of Mod Squad.

Seek new revenue opportunities for Mod Squad.

Bachelor’s Degree or commensurate experience

Minimum 5-10 years Management Experience

Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suites (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Word)

Preferred Qualifications

Experience writing grants

Non-profit experience

Experience with development and fundraising

Experience with QuickBooks or other accounting software.

Application process: Please submit your resume and cover letter to [email protected]


To apply for this job email your details to brett.greenwell@pnc.com