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Program Manager

  • 4 Jun 2018 8:21 AM
    Message # 6284645
    Tracey Booth (Administrator)

      Rebuilding homes, revitalizing communities and repairing lives.

    Rebuilding Together Sacramento (RTS) is a safe and healthy housing nonprofit organization that improves the conditions of homes owned by people who are low-income and elderly, disabled or families with children.

    The Program Manager is responsible for managing programs that improve the health, safety and efficiency in homes. This full-time employee will manage Safe at Home, Home Energy Conservation and possibly other programs.

    The Program Manager will have the opportunity to work with a variety of people including clients, volunteers, funders, vendors, partners and the RTS staff. The responsibilities will include managing volunteers, staff and supplies; data tracking, reporting, and client outreach and relations.

    The ideal Program Manager is someone who wants to spend their days performing meaningful and rewarding work. The Manager will be a licensed contractor with a unique combination of home improvement skills and experience, and the ability to successfully manage programs and people. The Manager will be willing to serve as the Responsible Managing Employee for RTS. The Manager will acquire the specialty licenses listed on page two during the first 90 days of employment, if possible.

    Program Management: Responsible for the management and success of the Safe at Home, Home Energy Conservation and possibly other repair programs.

    ·         Ensure that program policies and procedures are properly implemented

    ·         Consult with RTS staff and volunteers on home improvement issues

    ·         Ensure the selection of eligible homes based on criteria, volunteer and financial resources

    ·         Conduct home assessments and follow up inspections as needed

    ·         Ensure professional quality completion of all home improvements

    ·         Obtain bids for jobs that require paid Contractors

    ·         Hire and manage the paid Contractors

    ·         Oversee job scheduling

    ·         Manage expenses to stay within the program budgets

    ·         Develop implementation plans when grants are awarded for new services

    ·         Supervise a Program Assistant and Installer

    ·         Perform Inventory management of all tools, supplies, and other resources

    Volunteer, Funder, Partner, Client and Vendor Management

    • ·         Recruit, train and manage volunteers who perform the home improvements
    • ·         Maintain positive working relationships with the volunteers, program partners and funders
    • ·         Oversee communication, problem solving and relationships with low-income clients
    • ·         Develop and maintain relationships with supply vendors

    Public Relations and Outreach

    • ·         Perform client outreach to ensure that service goals are met
    • ·         Participate in community events and presentations to promote the services of the organization

    Tracking, Implementation and Evaluation

    • ·         Ensure that the annual program goals are met
    • ·         Oversee and ensure that effective systems are implemented to track necessary data in files and computer applications
    • ·         Provide program reports as needed

    Computer Skills

    • ·         Proficient at creating word documents, spreadsheets and presentation slides using Google docs and MS Word, Excel and Power Point. The ability to use Sales Force is a plus.

    License, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • ·         A California State General Contractor’s License or at a minimum, a C-61/D-34 license (Limited Specialty Classification/Prefabricated Equipment Contractor).
    • ·         Applicants that do not have a Contractor’s license may be considered if they are qualified and willing to start the licensing process within 30 days of employment.
    • ·         Willing to serve as the organization’s RME (Responsible Managing Employee)
    • ·         An understanding of the home accessibility needs of older adults. A Certified Aging in Place certificate is desirable.

    Location: 8231 Alpine Ave, Sacramento, CA

    Reporting: This person will report to the Executive Director.

    Classification: This is a full-time, non-exempt, salaried position.

    Benefits: A health insurance credit, vacation and sick leave are provided. Contribution to a retirement plan is available after three years of employment.

    Salary Range: $55,000-$60,000

    To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to or fax to 916-731-7077 by April 23, 2018.

    The finalist must be willing to provide driver’s license and auto insurance information.

    A background check will also occur, including employment and criminal checks, due to the sensitive nature of the position.

     RTS is an equal opportunity employer.

NARI of Greater Sacramento
P.O. Box 2582
Granite Bay, CA 95746

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