Worcester Community Housing Resources
 

We are a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to create and preserve affordable housing opportunities for low to moderate income households and to initiate and support neighborhood revitalization throughout Worcester County.

Worcester Community Housing Resources, Inc. (WCHR) is seeking a dynamic and experienced Executive Director to help take this vibrant nonprofit to its next level. It is a well-respected, financially stable organization and we’d appreciate your help in finding our next leader. We are looking for someone who can hold the vision of being a lender, partner, receiver, landlord, property manager and owner.

Founded in 1993, WCHR’s mission is to revitalize neighborhoods throughout Worcester County. As an affordable housing developer, WCHR creates and preserves quality, affordable home ownership and rental housing for diverse, low-income households, and rehabilitates abandoned property through Massachusetts’ Abandoned Housing Initiative Receivership program. In recent years, a talented, long-standing and mission-oriented staff and board of directors has generated significant growth of the organization, expanding its lending, development and property ownership.

Please pass this along to your networks or to individuals you know. This executive search is being conducted by TSNE MissionWorks. Interested candidates should submit materials to: Apply for this job online here

Nancy Jackson - Facilitator and Organizational Transition Consultant


 
 
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All of WCHR's programs and services are targeted to low to moderate income families and individuals, as well as those who serve their needs throughout greater Worcester County.

 
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Rentals

WCHR owns and manages a wide range of apartments and single rooms that provide families, individuals and special needs populations with affordable, safe and well-maintained housing choices.

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Lending 

As a Community Development Finance Institution, WCHR's Revolving Community Loan Fund provides home-repair financing for low-income homeowners and others working in low-income neighborhoods throughout Worcester County

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Development

WCHR continually searches for viable development projects that address identified housing needs within the community. It collaborates with private and public partners to develop home ownership and rental opportunities in key neighborhood locations.

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HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD COMMONS

WCHR OWNS AND OPERATES AN AFFORDABLE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY THAT IS ENTIRELY TARGETED TO LOW-INCOME SENIORS.

Located in a beautifully converted former factory building in Gardner, Massachusetts, Heywood Wakefield Commons combines quiet, old fashioned charm with the latest innovations in Assisted Living.