ABOUT: AFRICAN AMERICAN PLANNING COMMISSION
The African American Planning Commission Inc. (AAPCI) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1996, committed to reducing homelessness and addressing the related issues of domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, mental illness, substance abuse, shortage of affordable housing, and unemployment in the communities in which we live and serve.
AAPCI has grown exponentially — from a dedicated staff of one, with nothing but a vision and a zero operating budget, working out of borrowed office space in 1996, to 375 employees operating 11 homeless shelters in the New York City area.
We’re completely committed to building and maintaining a great organizational culture that involves active employees – people looking to give back to the community, wanting to inspire creativity in others and motivate and empower one another.
Who We Serve
- Domestic Violence Survivors
- Persons living with HIV/AIDS Chronically Homeless
- Persons living with Mental Health Conditions
- Low-income Working Adults
For more information on African American Planning Commission please visit: www.aapci.org
THE OPPORTUNITY: HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
AAPCI seeks a strategic and hands-on Human Resources Director who provides a full range of human resources support and operational leadership to the African American Planning Commission. The role is critical in creating and executing our people initiatives, providing great employee support, driving Human Resources functional excellence and process development. We are looking for someone who is a true Human Resources generalist and has demonstrated experience in all facets of Human Resources including Talent Management, Employee Relations, Human Resources Operations, Culture, Onboarding, Recruitment, Diversity practices, etc.