Deputy Executive Director of Housing and Energy

June 3, 2024

San Francisco, CA

Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)

Deputy Director – Programs
June 3, 2024
VP, Affordable Housing and Construction Loan Processing
June 3, 2024

The Deputy Executive Director of Housing and Energy is a newly created position that will report to the Chief Deputy Executive Director. They will drive transformative change that ensures equitable access to housing, promotes environmental stewardship, and fosters vibrant, resilient communities for generations to come. This executive will lead both the Energy and Housing sections, with oversight of two direct reports, a staff of 20, and an approximate annual budget of $120 million. Both programs are poised for growth in the coming years. The Deputy Executive Director will work collaboratively to interface with other executive leaders, assess priorities, allocate resources, lead programs, and evaluate the effectiveness of the organization’s efforts. Strategic planning, policy leadership, fiscal and operational oversight, advocacy, negotiation, and influence will be key facets of this role as the Deputy Executive Director works to shape systems, processes, and innovation by leading a team that amplifies the impact of every dollar invested in affordable housing and energy sustainability. The Deputy Executive Director of Housing and Energy will present in public, national and international forums, and provide data, reports, and presentations to interested parties, elected officials, regional partners, and executive team members.

Position Overview:

The Deputy Executive Director of Housing and Energy is a newly created position that will report to the Chief Deputy Executive Director. They will drive transformative change that ensures equitable access to housing, promotes environmental stewardship, and fosters vibrant, resilient communities for generations to come. This executive will lead both the Energy and Housing sections, with oversight of two direct reports, a staff of 20, and an approximate annual budget of $120 million. Both programs are poised for growth in the coming years. The Deputy Executive Director will work collaboratively to interface with other executive leaders, assess priorities, allocate resources, lead programs, and evaluate the effectiveness of the organization’s efforts. Strategic planning, policy leadership, fiscal and operational oversight, advocacy, negotiation, and influence will be key facets of this role as the Deputy Executive Director works to shape systems, processes, and innovation by leading a team that amplifies the impact of every dollar invested in affordable housing and energy sustainability. The Deputy Executive Director of Housing and Energy will present in public, national and international forums, and provide data, reports, and presentations to interested parties, elected officials, regional partners, and executive team members.

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