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Open Position at Evergreen Habitat for Humanity
March 28, 2019
Repair Program Manager
Evergreen Habitat for Humanity
Manages all aspects of Habitat’s home repair projects including minor and major home-owner occupied projects. Teaches, coaches and leads a diverse group of enthusiastic staff and volunteers who possess the broadest possible range of skill levels, providing excellent volunteer experiences.
Reports to the Executive Director.
Submit resume, cover letter and the names and contact information of three professional references to Josh Townsley at email@example.com. A background check, including criminal records and sex offender registry, will be conducted prior to offer of employment.
• Perform inspections and create repair project assessments of applicant homes
• Develop and manage plans, schedules and budgets for on-time, on-budget, high-quality projects
• Work with Executive Director to develop scopes of work and project budgets
• Lead on-site construction efforts on active build days, including directing up to 20 volunteers at one time in a safe, fun, and high-quality experience on site
• Assure adequate materials are available each workday
• Select and manage subcontractors and suppliers in accordance with affiliate policy and engage them as construction partners as well as in-kind donors whenever possible
• Work with Family Services Manager to coordinate partner family involvement
• Insure compliance with applicable sustainable building standards, safety regulations, and affiliate policy
• Maintain good relationships with inspectors and schedule all permitting inspections in a timely manner
• Ensure that the Affiliate’s Safety Policy is followed on the construction site and is updated as needed to comply with regulations and best practices.
• Coordinate all necessary inspections
• Train, coach and supervise assigned staff and AmeriCorps National Direct members, including creation of work plans and conducting performance reviews.
• Work closely with Community Outreach Manager to ensure sufficient work crews are available for planned work
• Host the volunteers, ensuring they have an excellent experience on site.
Planning and Communications
• Identify and develop systems and resources needed to meet production goals established by the affiliate’s strategic plan.
• Regularly review and adapt (if needed) affiliate building methods to reflect current best practices, with particular attention to: current HFHI standards, affordability, volunteer friendly, sustainability and accessibility/universal design.
• Work closely with the Construction Manager and Executive Director to identify improvement opportunities in the design, planning, permitting, and construction (or repair) of homes, to improve the cost and sustainability of the homes
• 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 management skills and experience
• Repair estimation and inspection 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 travel 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 7:30-4:30, Tuesday through Saturday.)
• Physically able to work on outdoor construction site in all kinds of weather, lift 50 lbs., stand, reach, climb ladders, balance, see and hear
Salary and benefits:
Salary range beings at $45,000 – $50,000, dependent on experience and skills. Benefits include paid medical and dental insurance, paid holidays, paid time off, and matching retirement contributions.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
Evergreen Habitat for Humanity is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, creed, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, political ideology, citizenship, the presence of any sensory, physical or mental handicap, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve national guard status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.