Job Title:Executive Director
Reports to:Board of Directors
Established in 1973, Austin Tenants Council (ATC) is a community-based nonprofit founded to protect tenants’ rights and educate the community on a key civil right – fair housing. Operating under the philosophy that everyone has a right to safe, decent, fair, and affordable housing, ATC fulfills thousands of requests each year for help with rental housing problems. By providing tenant-landlord education and information; helping enforce fair housing rights, and facilitating housing repair and rehabilitation for low-income renters ATC programs work to advance housing justice in Central Texas and promote housing opportunity for all, especially for people of color and people with disabilities.
The Executive Director provides vision and leadership to guide daily management of the organization and is responsible for strategic planning, maintaining strong working relationships with staff, key community leaders, funders and investors, and developing strategic relationships to foster complementary services and supports. We are searching for a person who centers racial and ethnic equity and social justice in their personal or professional work and can integrate those ideals into all facets of operations at ATC to give voice to the mission of the organization. ATC fulfills its mission through administration of programs that primarily serve low-income renters. Our main programs include:
Budget and Financial Management
Marketing and Community Relations
Other duties as assigned.
$80,000 to $90,000 annually plus benefits.