Home In Place Executive Director

Under the supervision of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director administers all aspects of the Home in Place organization: volunteer recruitment, training and
management; member recruitment and relationships/public relations; and finance.
Position is expected to be half-time the first year, expanding to full time in the second year. In addition, Home In Place does not currently maintain a physical office location, so position will involve telecommuting, transitioning to typical office space as circumstances permit.


Volunteer Recruitment, Training, and Management

  • Recruits, vets, and trains volunteers
  • Assigns volunteers and collects feedback about volunteer performance
  • Maintains records of volunteer-member contacts

Member Recruitment and Relationships/Public Relations

  • Helps the Vice President for Membership recruit and orient members
  • Consults with members about their changing needs and makes referrals, as necessary
  • Solicits member satisfaction with volunteer services
  • In conjunction with members, plans and helps implement social and educational
  • activities for members
  • Helps board members implement public relations/communications plans with local
  • community, including media contacts, public speaking, and production of written
  • materials
  • Manages Facebook page, website, and other social media for organization
  • Works with tech support on software and social media specifics
  • Maintains collaborative relationships with other community organizations that serve older adults


  • In conjunction with the treasurer, manages budget (includes making purchases,
  • arranging for payment of bills)
  • Maintains records of members and fee payment
  • Maintains records of gifts and acknowledges gifts
  • Helps board members implement fundraising plan and major fundraising events
  • Helps write grant applications and requests for funding


  • Bachelor's degree
  • Minimum of two years of experience working with senior adults and/or volunteers
  • Strong written communication skills as demonstrated in writing samples
  • Strong oral communication skills as demonstrated in a structured interview
  • Demonstrated commitment to providing high-quality services in a consumer-driven
  • environment
  • Valid driver's license and auto liability insurance in compliance with Alabama law.
  • Duties of this position will require abilities to sit, walk, speak and hear, both in person and by telecommunications. Additional necessary abilities include the use of hands to operate standard office equipment, to reach with hands and arms, and to lift up to 25 pounds.


The Executive Director needs to be able to work in a home office setting and to easily
attend community meetings.
Position is half-time to begin, requiring 20 hours/week minimum commitment.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Applications accepted until position is filled. Anticipated start date: October 1 or before


Please apply via email. Include letter outlining how personal and professional
experience match required qualifications, along with resume/job history, to Home In
Place Screening Committee, info@home-in-place.org