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Weatherization Deferral Programs Project Manager, Non-Profit in Richmond, VA

We are seeking a Weatherization Deferral Programs Project Manager (WDRPM) who is responsible for the construction evaluation, project execution, and overall management, both field and administrative, of program(s) that support energy efficiency work on homes. Primary duties include site assessments, development of construction scope of work, bid proposal submission and evaluation, project management, quality assurance and timely and accurate reporting.  This non-supervisory role reports to the Director of Energy Conservation Technical Programs and is part of a larger team.  

Summary of Job Responsibilities and Requirements:

  • Develop Weatherization, Deferral, Repair Program processes and tools to assess and improve program efficiency and effectiveness and achieve department goals. 

  • Prepares energy conservation projects to include site visits, inspections, development of work scopes, and creation of construction bid packets; Estimated up to 30 jobs per quarter.

  • Communicates regularly with clients, contractors, and staff, and state entities regarding project status and resolves request in a timely manner.

  • Manage program expectations, project timelines and budgets, as well as client and contractor relations through project completion using project management software.

  • Track project timelines and potential projects in the pipeline through communication with the internal energy conservation team and Director of Technical Programs.

  • Conducts final inspections of projects and determines final completion.

  • Process documents and submits though data bases as required to close out project.

  • Maintain and improve job knowledge through educational opportunities, networking, and reading industry related publications as identified by project: Homes. 

  • Participates in all required federal and agency training and publicity events to promote agency programs and participate in volunteer activities for the department as needed.

  • Models and upholds the values and mission of project: Homes and provides exceptional customer service. 

  • Perform additional responsibilities related to the success of the organization.

Key Qualifications, Skills, and abilities: 

  • Minimum two years construction or renovation experience.

  • Prefer Bachelor’s degree in Energy Conservation, Engineering, or Construction Management; combination of experience and education will be considered in lieu of formal education.

  • Skilled with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, various teleconferencing platforms, as well as experience with iOS software and other standard office equipment.

  • Possess strong communication, math, and writing skills.

  • Multi-tasks and prioritize demands on time.

  • Manages confidential information in a professional, and discreet manner.

  • Promotes and adheres to company’s mission, vision and values, policies, and applicable laws in a fair and equitable manner.

  • Represents the organization in a professional manner to all customers, vendors, and internal personnel.

  • Typical days and hours of work are Monday through Thursday, 7AM to 5PM.

  • Approximately 75% local travel with some overnight travel throughout the footprint of project: Homes is required. Access to company vehicle provided.

  • Maintain current Virginia driver’s license and clear DMV record.

  • Successfully complete pre-employment background screening.

Apply by sending your resume to HR@WarrenWhitney.com. This position will remain open until filled.

Communications & Advancement Coordinator, Non-Profit in Richmond, VA

We are seeking a new full time Communications & Advancement Coordinator (CAC) for project: HOMES a growing, non-profit organization using an all-encompassing approach to housing challenging the misconceptions of what defines affordable housing through the production and preservation of high-quality affordable homes, large-scale home repairs, and improved accessibility and energy efficiency for existing homes.

 

The CAC provides administrative support and assists the Director of Mission Advancement in communicating the mission of the organization internally & externally. The primary focus is communications and marketing with event-planning, staff engagement and fundraising responsibilities. This role will bridge the area between communications and fund development.

Summary of Job Responsibilities and Requirements:

  • Assist in implementing the department’s marketing and fundraising goals.

  • Promote brand awareness among staff and the community.

  • Work with program directors and management to help promote project:HOMES programs.

  • Develop the organization’s marketing materials, including printed materials, program brochures, and social media graphics, etc.

  • Maintain and manage redesign of project:HOMES website.

  • Manage all social media content creation, scheduling and engagement.

  • Create internal newsletters and support the creation of external newsletters.

  • Assist leadership team with presentations, meeting materials and visual messaging.

  • Coordinate with field staff to photograph clients, job sites and events.

  • Work with the Data Coordinator to visualize data and use for marketing materials.

  • Manage the logistics of outsourced video projects.

  • Assist in capturing client stories for use in marketing and fundraising materials

  • Assist in planning, logistics and execution of all project:HOMES events, including community outreach & engagement events, fundraising events, staff engagement events and Board events.

  • Coordinate logistics for all off-site meetings, trainings and workshops.

  • Manage all swag & apparel orders and inventory.

  • Coordinate media events and PR opportunities.

  • Write all award nominations.

  • Coordinate staff engagement activities and committees.

  • Promote Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Staff Engagement initiatives.

  • Assist with new employee onboarding.

  • Assist with donor relations and communications as needed.

  • Design communications materials for use in fundraising.

  • Assist with administrative and Board related tasks as needed.

  • Participates in all required federal and agency training and publicity events to promote agency programs and participate in volunteer activities for the department as needed.

  • Models and upholds the values and mission of project: Homes and provides exceptional customer service. 

  • Perform additional responsibilities related to the success of the organization, as needed.

Key Qualifications, Skills, and abilities: 

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as Marketing, Communications, Urban Studies or Public Administration. Any combination of education and experience that demonstrates the knowledge and ability to perform the work.

  • Minimum one-year related communication and marketing experience.

  • Experience with federal, state or local housing programs and the communities served by project:HOMES preferred.

  • Experience with public relations and marketing in the nonprofit sector preferred.

  • Skilled with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, as well as experience with standard office equipment; experience in multi-media platforms.

  • Requires use of social media platforms, website design software, Canva.

  • Promotes and adheres to company’s mission, vision and values; policies and applicable laws in a fair and equitable manner.

  • Represents the organization in a professional manner to all customers, vendors, and internal personnel.

  • Typical days and hours of work are Monday through Thursday, 7AM to 5PM. Occasional evening and weekend work required as job duties and business demand.

  • Successfully complete pre-employment background screening.

Apply by sending your resume to HR@WarrenWhitney.com.  This position will remain open until filled.

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