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Chief Executive Officer Jobs

Chief Executive Officer
Tagiugmiullu Nunamiullu Housing Authority

TNHA offers a salary and benefit package that is highly competitive.​

The Tagiugmiullu Nunamiullu Housing Authority (TNHA) is a vibrant Tribally Designated Housing Entity (TDHE) organized under Alaska statute as a Not for Profit Public Corporation and Alaska Regional Housing Authority in 1974 to meet the low income housing needs of the Arctic Slope region.​

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the organization, reports to a five member Board of Commissioners, and is responsible for carrying out the policies of the Board and implementing the vision and mission for the organization.​ The CEO grows the capabilities of the organization, and ensures that the functions of the organization are managed effectively.​

The CEO position at TNHA is very much "hands-on" and requires the immediate knowledge, experience, and ability to perform rather than simply delegate, essential functions (i.​e.​ grant-writing, environmental review and assessment).​ The CEO provides leadership, guidance, and promotes the highest ethical standards to employees.​


The ideal candidate for the CEO position must have the demonstrated ability to individually, and through collaboration, identify new and innovative ideas, and implement those ideas through the employment of a participative management style.​ The ideal candidate will have previously demonstrated, executive-level, experience leading a nonprofit organization and working closely with a Board of Commissioners.​ The candidate must also demonstrate documented experience providing oversight and direction to non-profit senior leadership and subordinate staff.​ Leadership experience in design and development of innovative sustainable housing, construction management, and property management is desirable.​


The successful candidate will have demonstrated competencies in the following areas:

* The individual hired to be the CEO will have experience in leading a similarly sized organization in the public or non-profit sector

* The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field or a minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in the management of a public or private entity engaged in engineering, housing, construction, lending, social services or related field.​

* The successful candidate will possess knowledge of resources and entities involved in housing assistance programs, housing finance, and community development.​

* Candidate must possess willingness and ability to travel, often in small planes, within the North Slope Borough, State of Alaska and outside.​

* Familiarity with ethical and regulatory requirements applicable to publicly funded housing entities; ability to comply with background check requirements.​

* The candidate will have proven experience in effectively working with a Board of Directors/​Commissioners

* Alaska Native/​American Indian (member of a federally-recognized tribe).​

* Knowledge of NAHASDA (Native American Housing and Self-Determination Act);

* Training/​Certification and Practical Experience in conducting 24 CFR Part 50 or Part 58 Environmental Review/​Assessment


Interested candidates may apply for this position by submitting an electronic application or hard copy application consisting of a cover letter describing why you are the ideal candidate, starting salary expectation, and a current resume, suitably designed to identify the essential experience and competencies outlined in the recruitment announcement.​ The cover letter and resume must be sent to:

CEO Search Committee
Tagiugmiullu Nunamiullu Housing Authority
P.​O.​ Box 409 Barrow, Alaska 99723

Email: ceo.​search@​tnha.​net

The Search Committee will assess all applications and select a pool of ideal candidates to invite to the selection process.​ Candidates may visit our website at: http://www.​tnha.​info/​ to gain information about this position as well as TNHA programs, projects and activities.​

Application materials must be received by the CEO Search Committee not later than January 31, 2015.​

Alaska Native/​Indian Preference.​

Employment decisions at TNHA are subject to Section 7(b) of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.​S.​C.​ 450e (b).​ Section 7(b) to the maximum extent feasible, preferences and opportunities for training and employment will be granted to Alaska Native/​Indian employees or individuals


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