Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc.

Executive Director

Filing Deadline : March 31, 2019
Valerie Phillips

Bob Murray & Associates
1544 Eureka Road, Suite 280
(916) 784-9080 – Fax (916) 784-1985

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Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc. (PCRI) is a non-profit agency formed by neighborhood and government leaders in 1993 with a mission to preserve, expand and manage affordable housing in the City of Portland and provide access to and advocacy for the services to their residents. PCRI serves low-income communities and communities of color, providing culturally specific services focused on working with families and individuals displaced from African-American communities in North and Northeast Portland. PCRI was created to empower residents to achieve family stability through ongoing housing affordability. PCRI continues to preserve, maintain and expand their portfolio of affordable rental homes to meet the housing needs of the community. The ideal candidate will be socially conscious, culturally competent, and have a background in affordable housing development, management, or finance. PCRI is looking for an experienced administrator and strong manager with exceptional capacity for managing and leading people; a team builder who is able to connect to staff both on an individual level and in large groups. The selected candidate will be a strategic thinker who takes a creative and opportunistic approach to problem-solving and implementing the vision of the Board—an Executive Director who can balance the delivery of programs against the realities of a budget. The incoming Executive Director will be someone with a strong voice to advocate and serve as a champion for the displaced and for people of color. This position, therefore, requires a collaborative individual who listens first, then seeks input; communicates clearly and concisely and exhibits compassion and empathy towards others. PCRI will benefit from an Executive Director with a strong financial background and understanding of funding and grants. The minimum requirements for this position are possession of a Bachelor’s degree, and a minimum of ten (10) years senior management experience with increasing levels of responsibility and management of staff within a nonprofit or government agency involved or related to Property Management and Housing Development; advanced degree is preferred. Familiarity with the Portland area and a Property Management License for the State of Oregon will also be desirable. The annual salary range for the Executive Director is open, DOQ