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Open Position at Evergreen Habitat for Humanity
July 11, 2017
Construction Site Coordinator
Evergreen Habitat for Humanity
Supervises all aspects of Habitat’s new construction and home repair projects. Teaches, coaches and leads a diverse group of enthusiastic volunteers who possess the broadest possible range of skill levels, providing excellent volunteer experiences.
-Lead and supervise on-site construction efforts including safety briefings and jobsite orientations
-Ensure a safe, fun and high quality experience directing up to 20 volunteers at one time
-Assure adequate materials are available each workday
-Interpret construction drawings and be able to gather tools and materials necessary for daily activities
-Plan and execute daily activities for anticipated number of volunteers
-Teach and coach diverse group of skilled and unskilled volunteers in appropriate and safe activities related to construction
-Insure compliance with applicable sustainable building standards, safety regulations, and affiliate policies
-Prepare material takeoffs both on site and from drawings
-Prepare documentation for permitting and inspections based on local jurisdiction requirements
-Schedule building and utility inspections as needed
-Maintain good relationships with inspectors, vendors, volunteers, donors and other onsite visitors
-Maintain inventory of materials and tools and communicate needs to Construction Manager.
-Effectively communicate with Construction Manager, subcontractors and other staff on construction progress and potential issues.
-Support and endorse the Habitat for Humanity mission
-Enjoy working with a wide variety of people
-Strong communication skills with the ability to lead, teach and motivate volunteer work crews
-Construction supervision skills and experience
-Strong organizational skills, with ability to plan, budget and schedule
-Ability to manage multiple variables in a fast-paced environment while remaining flexible, calm and good-natured
-Knowledge of MS Office including Excel; prefer knowledge of MS Project
-Knowledge of sustainable building practices
-Ability to train persons of varying skill levels and to work with a wide spectrum of people in a collaborative way
-Valid driver’s license and ability to drive pickup and trailer as needed. Access to a car is required to fill some of the duties of this position.
-Ability to work occasional evenings and Sundays. (General work schedule is 8:00-4:00, Tuesday through Saturday.)
-Physically able to work on outdoor construction site in all kinds of weather, lift 50 lbs. repeatedly, stand, reach, climb ladders, balance, see and hear.
Salary and benefits:
Starting annual salary of $31,200. Benefits include 100% paid medical and dental insurance, paid holidays, paid time off, paid volunteer time, and matching retirement program.
Submit resume, cover letter and the names and contact information of three professional references to Josh Townsley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Position is open until filled. Initial review of applications will begin July 18, 2017. A background check, including criminal records and sex offender registry, will be conducted prior to offer of employment.