Title: Deputy Director
Reports to: Executive Director

Are you skilled in nonprofit management and excited about creating systems to help a small organization make big impacts? Consider applying to join our team.

The Housing Alliance is a 501(c)(3) that develops and advocates for public policy solutions to Washington’s affordable housing and homelessness challenges. Our organizational members include housing and service providers across the state and we mobilize those organizations plus a broad base of individuals to advocate for solutions. 

The Housing Action Fund is the political voice in Washington for expanding access to affordable homes and solutions to homelessness. We are a 501(c)(4) that educates voters, promotes strategic public policy, and supports candidates who share our vision that all Washington residents have the opportunity to live in safe, healthy, affordable homes, in thriving communities.

Primary Responsibilities: The Deputy Director is responsible for overseeing the internal operations of the organization and building up our systems and staff team so we can be as effective as possible in solving the affordable housing and homelessness challenges in Washington. This includes driving our internal equity and anti-racism work and ensuring participation from all staff. The Deputy Director also oversees management of our 700+ person annual conference, oversees membership renewals and growth, and supervises administrative staff and contractors.  

This is an exempt position shared between the Housing Alliance and the Housing Action Fund

Full job description and requirements here.

Salary + benefits: Starting salary $68,000 – $75,000 depending on experience. Generous benefits package includes health, dental, and vision insurance; employer contribution to retirement account; subsidized ORCA pass; life insurance; health care/child care flexible spending account and generous vacation, sick leave, and holidays. 

How to apply: 
Please send resume and succinct cover letter (describing your relevant experience, why you are interested in this position and how you learned of the opportunity) to jobs@wliha.org. We also request that you complete our voluntary, anonymous demographic survey to help us improve our hiring processes. No phone calls, please.

Hiring timeline: The position is open until filled, but priority will be given to candidates who apply by Sunday, December 16. We hope to complete phone screens the week of Dec. 17, and in-person interviews the week of January 7. Our goal is to have a new person on board by the end of January.

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