We’re looking for a Program Manager or Director in Charlotte, NC

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Are you passionate about applying economics and finance principles to drive social impact? Do you want to be part of an innovative nonprofit organization that is changing the game in addressing homelessness? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you as a Program Manager or Program Director!

About Us: At Lotus Campaign, we are a progressive, nimble force reimagining solutions to housing issues by designing and applying pragmatic approaches! Our dynamic and entrepreneurial team is dedicated to revolutionizing housing availability for those experiencing homelessness or who are on the brink of becoming homeless. We believe in the power of unlikely allies – landlords, real estate developers, service providers, and philanthropists – coming together to make a difference. Our unique approach has garnered recognition, including two honors in Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas competition and a prestigious Platinum Transparency rating from Candid.

In just five remarkable years, we’ve successfully facilitated housing for nearly 450 individuals in Charlotte, NC, and launched a second pilot in Raleigh, NC.

The Opportunity: We are searching for an exceptional manager- or director-level colleague in Charlotte, North Carolina to join our close-knit team. In this role, you will have the chance to develop and implement innovative program strategies that create meaningful impact. Specifically, you will lead the Landlord Participation Program, conducting data-driven analyses, crafting creative communications, and managing administrative responsibilities within our mission-driven startup environment. Reporting to the Executive Director, you will collaborate closely with program staff, landlords, and other stakeholders.


· A self-starter with business savvy and entrepreneurial thinking.

· A willingness to apply an unprecedented approach to solving homelessness.

· Proficiency in program evaluation frameworks and methodologies, with a track record of using data to drive program improvements.

· Demonstrated strong collaborative and relationship building abilities with a wide variety of people, including for-profit landlords and real estate professionals and service organization professionals.

· Proven project management experience, with the ability to work both independently and as part of a close-knit team.

· Excellent problem solving and analytical skills focused on delivering solutions.

· Demonstrated superior written, verbal communication and relationship management skills.

· Bachelor’s or graduate degree in a field like urban planning, real estate, urban design, public policy, or property management. A master’s degree is preferred.

· Experience in program management with a demonstrated history of success in relationship-building, program evaluation, and program refinement. Minimum of 3 years’ experience for the manager-level role and more than 5 years’ for the director-level.

The Details: Our manager or director role is in Charlotte, North Carolina. This is a hybrid position that requires our colleague to be in the office, visiting our partners, and has flexibility to work from home up to one day per week. We offer a competitive salary ranging from $75,000 to $110,000/year, commensurate with experience and responsibility. Our comprehensive benefits package includes a 401k, generous time off, and the opportunity to develop your skills working for an organization with strong values and purpose. And you’ll work with top-notch colleagues toward solutions.

At Lotus Campaign, our purpose drives everything we do. We embrace diversity across all characteristics and are an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

To Apply: If you’re ready to channel your innovative, analytical savvy into creating lasting social impact, we want to hear from you! Send your resume and a compelling cover letter to hr@lotuscampaign.org.

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