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(Posted 4/15/2024)

Contact: Donna Scott (

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Position Description
The Harte Research Institute Development Officer is responsible for identifying, qualifying, cultivating,
soliciting, stewarding, and retaining individual, foundation and corporate donors. This is a full-time
position reporting to the Harte Research Institute Director of Development.

Primary Responsibilities
• Establish and maintain relationships with existing donors and donor prospects.
• Identify and qualify prospective foundation and corporate donors based on area of interest and
alignment of values and mission.
• Build and manage a portfolio of lead donors.
• Employ moves management to elevate individual donors and their giving.
• Maintain current summary, needs, budgets for labs/programs.
• Batch and submit a grant proposal plan for TAMU-CC Foundation Trustees to review and approve
at each meeting (September, November, March, June).
• Craft and submit grant and gift proposals based on the overall needs and priorities of the
Institute, labs and programs.
• Manage grant/gift cycle to ensure execution of fund agreement, proper fund processing and
• In concert with Donor Relations Coordinator, maintain Raiser’s Edge records to reflect all activity
and to set reminders for upcoming deadlines and next steps.
• In concert with the development team and HRI marcom, oversee an event-based fundraising
program, including identification and recruitment of guests, event logistics, execution, and donor
• Assist with gift processing as needed (after fundraising events).

Preferred Background and Skills
• At least three years of fund development experience.
• Excellent grant writing and grant management skills.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with all levels of individuals, both internal and external.
• Strong initiative and self-motivation.
• Excellent organizational skills.
• Ability to interface with all levels of an organization, both internally and externally.
• Proficient in Raiser’s Edge (RENXT), Outlook, Word and Zoom.
• Up to 50% travel.

Salary Range
$60,000 - $70,000

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Executive Director

(Posted 4/29/24)

Contact: Cheryl Andrews (

To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to Janetta
Cravens, CEO at CoSpire Consulting:


Habitat for Humanity Corpus Christi Chapter is a vital organization dedicated to bringing people
together to build homes and hope. We provide critical pathways for homeownership for families
that might not otherwise have access to this essential need. Habitat for Humanity Corpus Christi
maintains vital partnerships that foster economic growth for individuals and the whole
community. We are seeking a visionary Executive Director to lead the organization into its next
chapter of growth and impact. The ideal candidate will possess integrity, a strong work ethic,
and a commitment to building stable infrastructure to support the organization's mission. The
Executive Director will work closely with the board of directors to strengthen governance
practices and ensure alignment between strategic goals and operational execution.

Key Functions:

1. Strategic Leadership:
• Develop and execute a strategic plan in collaboration with the board to advance the
organization's mission and objectives.
• Identify opportunities for expansion and growth to serve the community across two
counties effectively.
• Lead initiatives to build organizational capacity and infrastructure for long-term

2. Financial Management:
• Oversee budget development and financial planning to ensure fiscal responsibility and
• Implement sound financial practices to optimize resource utilization and maximize impact.
• Cultivate and lead the relationships with donors, sponsors, and partners to secure funding
and support for Habitat's programs and initiatives.

3. Operations Management:
• Provide oversight and guidance to a team of staff and volunteers in implementing Habitat's
programs and projects.
• Ensure compliance with relevant regulations, policies, and procedures to uphold
organizational integrity.
• Foster a culture of collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement within the
• Oversee and manage the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, ensuring efficient operations,
inventory management, and customer satisfaction.

4. Board Engagement and Support:
• Collaborate with the board to strengthen governance practices and enhance board
• Serve as a liaison between the board and staff, facilitating communication and alignment
of priorities.
• Provide regular updates and reports to the board on organizational performance,
challenges, and opportunities.

5. Community Engagement:
• Represent Habitat for Humanity Corpus Christi Chapter in the community and cultivate
relationships with stakeholders, including government agencies, nonprofits, and
community leaders.
• Advocate for affordable housing and engage in outreach efforts to raise awareness about
Habitat's mission and impact.
• Identify opportunities for collaboration and partnership to address housing needs and
promote community development.

• Ten (10) years experience in construction management, business, administration,
nonprofit management, public administration, architecture, or related field.
• Minimum of 2 years experience in a supervisor role.
• Strong financial acumen and experience in budgeting, financial analysis, and fundraising.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively engage
and inspire diverse stakeholders.
• Demonstrated commitment to integrity, ethics, and accountability in all aspects of
organizational management.
• Knowledge of affordable housing issues and familiarity with Habitat for Humanity's
mission and principles is desirable.
• Ability to work collaboratively with a board of directors and manage a team of
employees and volunteers.

Salary Range: