JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Teton Habitat announced today the resignation of Courtney Allen as development officer. At the end of November, Allen will be moving on to pursue a director of philanthropy position within the veteran service arena, allowing her to work in a field she has great passion for.
“Courtney has shown great enthusiasm for Habitat’s mission and this community, and she will be missed dearly,” said Habitat’s executive director Kendra Heimbuck.
Allen stepped into the development officer position at a pivotal time for Teton Habitat. ReStore was reopening at the original China Town Plaza location, breaking ground on two homes in Alpine (the first Teton Habitat homes built outside of Teton County), and gearing up for the development of The Grove, Phase III. Through her time with Teton Habitat, Allen sustained annual fund endeavors while helping to launch Teton Habitat’s first large-scale campaign effort to raise funds for The Grove, Phase III.
Teton Habitat is looking to hire a replacement for this development officer position. Applications are currently being accepted in the form of a cover letter and resume, now through November 27.
Candidates for the development officer position should have a passion for building relationships, a desire to connect individuals and businesses to Habitat’s mission, a high level of organization and attention to detail, and should operate with professionalism.
The position is full-time salaried, with health insurance, matched retirement savings, and paid vacation.
Interested candidates can email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.