CCH-Christian Church Homes - Oakland, CA

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Organization Overview: Christian Church Homes is a private, non-profit corporation builder and manager of affordable housing. CCH has more than fifty years’ experience and manages thousands of affordable senior rental units in California, Colorado, Georgia, Missouri, Oregon, and Texas. Visit us at

Summary: We are seeking an individual with a passion for CCH’s mission to build and manage affordable housing where seniors live and thrive in the comfort of their own homes. We believe doing so is better for communities as a whole and the seniors we serve. This person will strive to meet the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives, and the management of CCH employees, resources and assets to achieve an industry-leading quality of life (QOL) for seniors with limited resources by providing high quality, affordable housing with services.
Develop an industry leading, high-performing leadership team capable of exceptional execution and providing best in industry quality of life for resident seniors.
Exercise integrity and high ethical standards that ensure fairness and transparency.
Represent CCH’s core values and ensure that they are reflected in all business dealings, interactions and relationships.
Ensure CCH’s long-term financial strength.
Develop new and diverse forms of funding and revenue generation.
Raise CCH’s public and industry profile and reputation.
Lead continual organizational improvements in capabilities, efficiency, accuracy and timeliness.
Lead the organizational transition to a more professional, efficient and effective provider/manager of affordable housing.

Job Requirements

To qualify, you must have experience with and demonstrated the following:
Effective communicator: speaks, writes and presents effectively; adjusts to fit the audience and the message; strongly and clearly gets a message across.
Outstanding interpersonal skills to motivate, inspire and work in close collaboration with a wide variety of people at all levels and across cultures, and foster a healthy, work-life balance.
Proven ability to keep on point – to quickly separate the mission-critical from the nice to do and trivial.
The highest level of personal and professional integrity along with optimism, energy, common sense, good judgment, and a sense of humor; is direct and truthful while maintaining confidentiality appropriately; walks his/her talk.
A track record of effective team building.
Experience setting and implementing organizational strategy and successfully managing through change and growth.
An understanding of the dynamics of an organization with multiple constituencies and interdependent interests; comfortably confronts and works through conflict.
The inclinations to listen, collaborate, educate, and work constantly toward common purpose coupled with the ability to act decisively in the absence of consensus.
A record of attracting, motivating, developing, and retaining excellent, diverse staff, providing them with a clear sense of direction, and then delegating effectively to them.
Sophisticated understanding of media, new information and communications technologies.
Successful leadership experience at a senior executive level.
Knowledge of a wide range of governmental funding sources for affordable housing including HUD, LIHTC, CalHFA, HCD, Section 8, & PRAC.
Knowledge of Fair Housing rules and regulations; experience with compliance preferred.
Knowledge of property management including leasing, staffing, insurance and resident relations.
Knowledge of real estate finance including mortgages, loan terms, forecasting, budget development and monitoring.
Experience with or working knowledge of managing Finance, Fund-raising (Philanthropy), Human Resources, Technology and Administration at an organizational level.
Apply for this great career opportunity by sending your resume and cover letter to Toni Smith, VP HR at: