Serves as NEAHMA’s senior executive for all internal and external business operations including financial management, office day-to-day operations, human resources, and contract administration. Reports to the Board of Directors to define and implement strategies and innovations for increasing value to members. Ensures that internal infrastructures and resources are sufficient to support NEAHMA’s strategies through adequate staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies. Executes sound business practices for NEAHMA’s operations. Fosters productive relationship with staff, clients and suppliers through effective customer relations. Serves as the primary spokesperson and point of contact for NEAHMA. Reports to the board at its meetings and on a regular basis.
Develops, directs, and manages goals, policies, priorities and practices relating to all aspects of financial management including budgeting, accounting, payroll, auditing, assets, inventory, investments, risk and collections.
Defines expectations and manages the result of the accounting manager and related personnel assigned to the financial management and accounting functions.
Ensures that NEAHMA’s general and subsidiary ledgers, accounts, receivables, accruals, revenue distribution, depreciation, property and inventory, operating expenses and insurance records are maintained properly and consistent with accepted business practices.
Ensures sound fiscal compliance with federal, state, and local laws and generally accepted accounting principles.
Ensures compliance with policies and practices established by NEAHMA’s Board of Directors and recommends efficiency enhancements as appropriate.
Maximizes NEAHMA’s financial assets through investment strategies and minimizes financial exposure through risk assessment.
Assesses business processes that relate to financial management and implements strategic and tactical enhancements.
Manages relationship and outcomes with external suppliers, which support NEAHMA’s financial management functions including external auditors and banking institutions.
Develops, directs and manages the budget appropriation and monitoring processes consistent with acceptable industry standards and best practices.
Establishes systems, cost centers, account code classifications, formats, and reporting systems related to budget development, adoption and monitoring.
Ensures that NEAHMA consistently generates net income through appropriate expenditure controls.
Monitors cash flow on a daily basis and takes necessary action to ensure that cash requirements are met.
Develops, directs, and manages goals, policies, priorities and practices relating to all aspects of office management including purchasing, supply inventories, printing and duplicating, postage and shipping, onsite storage, records management, office machines, local and long distance telecommunications, office space and furniture, asset replacement through depreciation schedules, and security.
Defines expectations and manages the results of the staff and related personnel assigned to operations management functions.
Assesses business processes that relate to office management and implements strategic and tactical enhancements.
Manages relationships and outcomes with external suppliers, which support NEAHMA’s office functions.
Develops and implements processes for systematic retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, storage, and disposal of records.
Program planning and management
Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organization's programs and services
Ensure that the programs and services offered by the organization contribute to the organization's mission and reflect the priorities of the Board
Monitor the day-to-day delivery of the programs and services of the organization to maintain or improve quality
Oversee the planning, implementation, execution and evaluation of special projects
Human Resources Management
Coordinates goals, policies, priorities and practices relating to all aspects of Human Resources Management in collaboration with the Board of Directors including personnel policies, salary and benefits, administration, recruitment, payroll, records retention, performance bonuses, employee evaluation, disciplinary actions, terminations and separations.
Primarily responsible for approval of positions and job descriptions, hiring appointments, performance reviews, education and training programs, confidential or sensitive issues, disciplinary action determinations and exit interviews due to separations.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
We are an equal opportunity employer, and we do not and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, age, physical or mental handicap or any legally protected status. Information provided on this application will not be used for any discriminatory purpose.
Required Demonstrated Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Working knowledge and success in managing business operations involving commercial offices, human resources and contract management.
Working knowledge and success in budget development, preparation, analysis and forecasting.
Customer relationship skills and interpersonal skills.
Verbal and written communication skills.
Short and long term project management skills.
Analytical and critical decision making skills.
Personal computer literacy skills.
Time management skills.
Collaboration and empowerment skills.
Team building and facilitation skills.
Ability to lead teams and work groups and motivate for results
Ability to set priorities, schedule staff assignments and manage multiple deadlines.
Ability to think strategically and perform tactically
Ability to adapt to changing priorities.
Ability to develop, write and implement operational policies and practices.
Prior experience in property management, affordable housing and/or nonprofit/trade association work a plus.
Prior experience in event planning and/or vendor expos a must.
Bilingual (Spanish) a plus, but not required.
Travel is required. All travel expenses are covered and/or reimbursed by the organization.
Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Position includes 13 paid holidays, paid time off, medical insurance and flexible health spending account.
Employment with the New England Affordable Housing Management Association (NEAHMA) is contingent upon a successful background check, which includes professional and educational reference checks, credit check, drug screening, and confirmation of eligibility for employment in the United States.
Additional Salary Information: Please send cover letter with resume that includes salary requirements
The New England Affordable Housing Management Association (NEAHMA) was formed in 1989 to facilitate communication between management agents and local HUD and state housing finance agencies. Monthly membership meetings include a period devoted to training and education on current regulatory topics as well as current housing updates provided by agency representatives. Members have an on-going opportunity to attend NEAHMA sponsored educational sessions relevant to affordable housing. All training and educational workshops qualify for credits toward the NAHP® designation.
NEAHMA is a member of the National Affordable Housing Management Association. Founded in 1990, NAHMA is the nation’s largest association for managers and owners of privately owned, government-assisted housing. NAHMA advocates for an adequate supply of multifamily, residential affordable housing by bringing nationwide attention to the necessity of preserving decent, safe and sanitary housing and building a solid partnership with HUD, Congress and other concerned participants.
NEAHMA’s membership consists of owners and management agents who represent over 50,000 units of affordable housing throughout New England c...omplimented by a strong contingent of associate vendor members. As an organization representing affordable housing professionals, NEAHMA addresses housing issues at the national, state and local level. HUD and housing finance agencies actively support NEAHMA as a means to ensure Communities of Quality throughout New England.
NEAHMA’s mission is to facilitate communication between management agents and local HUD and state housing finance agencies, to provide quality training and education on regulatory, legal, legislative and management related topics and to promote quality affordable housing.
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