Homebuyer Education Outreach Specialist

Website Idaho Housing and Finance Association

Are you an experienced professional looking for an exciting opportunity to make a difference in the lives of homebuyers? We are seeking a collaborative and outgoing person to join our dynamic Homebuyer Education team.
As part of our team, you will have the unique responsibility of promoting and supporting our innovative online platform, “Finally Home! Homebuyer Education.” Our platform empowers homebuyers, guiding them through the purchase process and setting them up for success as homeowners.
Why Work with Us?

At our organization, we are dedicated to improving lives and strengthening Idaho communities. We believe that housing opportunities, self-sufficiency, and economic development are the pillars of progress. Our commitment to our team is unwavering, and we consider our employees our greatest priority. We offer competitive compensation packages, comprehensive health benefits, and abundant opportunities for professional development and growth.
It’s no wonder we have been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in Idaho for a decade. Join us and be part of a vibrant, entrepreneurial organization that makes a meaningful impact on the lives of Idahoans.
Key Responsibilities:

Coordinate on creation of annual outreach and expansion plan
Research expansion opportunities and industry changes within the housing sector
Coordinate creation and disbursement of digital engagement materials for social media channels
Run online partner reports on a monthly basis
Foster ongoing relationships with partners
Participate in regional and national outreach events (1-3 times a year) to connect with key stakeholders.
Offer live chat support for both technical and programmatic questions for the online HBE program.
Assist Homebuyer Education Manager with major grants

Position Qualifications:

Four year degree is required.
Experience with Adobe InDesign, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
Solid understanding of the real estate industry.
General knowledge of accounting principles.
A strong grasp of financial fitness and credit.
Self-directed and motivated performer with excellent collaboration and communication skills.
Strong digital and research skills.
Experience with social media platforms.
Ability to prepare and deliver impactful oral and written reports on development and outreach activities.
Exceptional networking and interpersonal abilities.
Strong planning skills, vision, and creative intelligence.

Must become a HUD certified housing counselor.

If you are unable to submit an application online, contact our team at employment@ihfa.org or (855) 505-4700) for assistance.

HUD Certification required

To apply for this job please visit www.idahohousing.com.

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