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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Do you love helping people?  Passionate about your community?

 

Are you looking to make a difference?  Do you want a career where you get to work with great people, knowing that what you do makes a positive impact in your community?  

 

Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, disability, national origin or sexual orientation in its hiring of employees or in any of the programs or activities which it operates.

FULL-TIME POSITIONS

Construction Assistant

Job Summary

 

The Construction Assistant will work alongside the Construction Supervisor, as a representative of Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity and our mission.

 

The typical construction work week is Tuesday-Saturday, with flexibility according to program needs

 

Job Tasks and Responsibilities:

 

  • Procurement of materials
  • Organizing the worksite with the necessary tools and PPE
  • Planning the Scope of Work
  • Maintaining a safe worksite at all times
  • Ensuring tools and equipment are maintained in safe condition
  • Learning how to safely and properly use hand and power tools
  • Performing various types of home repairs, as planned, for the day
  • Following site cleanup and tool storage procedures

 

Forward Resume to Bob Conway at constructiondirector@nohfh.com

 

Program Services Manager

Job Summary

Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity seeks a highly organized and compassionate individual to fill
its Program Services Manager position. The Program Services Manager is responsible for the
implementation, management and supervision of all program services including but not limited to Aging
in Place, Veteran Repair Program, Women Build, Campus Chapters, Walk to Build, World Habitat Day,
Collegiate Challenge, Dream to Build gala, and Building Homes from the Heart. This position also includes
volunteer group recruitment, engagement, management and recognition. This is a full-time exempt
position, reporting directly to the Executive Director.

Job Tasks and Responsibilities:

Responsibilities: Program Management
● Enthusiastically embrace and share the mission and vision of Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity with community groups and individuals.
● Respond to volunteer inquiries in a timely manner (telephone/email).
● Coordinate and schedule new and ongoing volunteer opportunities for community groups to benefit the mission.
● Under the direction of the Executive Director, assist in the facilitation of “Service Learning” partnerships with area high schools and colleges leading to the implementation of official school chapters.
● Serve as the liaison between Northern Ocean HFH and the Campus Chapters. Responsible for the coordination, management and supervision of the Campus Chapters.
● Manage the Collegiate Challenge Program & World Habitat Day.
● In collaboration with the ED and Construction Director plan and implement “Women’s Build” Week.
● Under the direction of the Executive Director assure that Northern Ocean HFH is positively represented at community fairs hosted by local colleges, businesses and civic groups.
● Manage the Internship Program.
● Work closely with, communicate, and inform the Executive Director of program development, program management, and service delivery.
● Maintain all related data tracking in Donor Lynk/Sales Force. Prepare related reports for the Director of Development for grant reporting.
● Ensure programs are in compliance with all funding regulations.
● Monitor and refine program forms, policies, and procedures.
● Attend appropriate community meetings, conferences, and trainings.
● Participate in outreach and public awareness activities.

Responsibilities: Habitat Programs
● Build a blueprint for each program initiative and event.
● Create the policies and procedures to create consistency and to meet Habitat for Humanity International requirements.
● Timeline: Build “back” enabling Northern Ocean HFH to be “ready” efficiently and effectively.
● Work with the Director of Development to market each “high profile” event through social media.
● Recruit a “Volunteer Chair” for each event.
● Hold committee meetings that are “mission-driven” and “time managed”.
● Learn from your “brother and sister” affiliates.

Responsibilities: Volunteer Management
● Oversee volunteer group program, including recruiting, scheduling, and coordination of volunteers.
● Respond to volunteer inquiries in a timely manner (telephone/email).
● Coordinate and schedule new and ongoing volunteer opportunities for community groups to benefit the mission.
● Maintain and track appropriate volunteer records.
● Organize and participate in volunteer recognition/appreciation events and activities.
● Attend recruiting events within the community to attract qualified candidates.
● Work with the Director of Development to publicize opportunities for volunteers.
● Provide ongoing support and assistance to volunteers; serve as the single point of contact for communications.
● Document all in-kind volunteer donations in DonorLynk.

Required Skills, Education, and Qualifications:
● Bachelor’s Degree
● Minimum 3 years of program management experience required

Forward Resume to Kristine Novakowski at executivedirector@nohfh.com