Position: Construction Director
Reports to: Executive Director
Qualifications: High School Education, experience in residential building construction, proven management /leadership abilities
Requirements/Skills: Must be goal-driven, results-oriented and committed to the organization’s goal to build quality, affordable homes. Must have an understanding of the mission, history, values and goals of our Christian organization and be able to communicate this information to diverse groups of volunteers, sponsors and the community. Must demonstrate strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills. Must have a valid driver’s license. The ability to work effectively as a team member with staff and volunteers from all races, faiths and backgrounds is essential. Must have a strong background in residential home construction, an absolute commitment to job safety and be computer literate.
Job Classification: Part-time hourly. At this time, we do not offer benefits such as paid holidays, vacation, health insurance, 401(k) or other retirement packages for part time positions.
Hours: The work hours vary seasonally with as few as 2 hours per week during the off-season and as many as 40 hours per week during the construction season. Saturdays during construction season are a must.
Responsibilities: Oversee all aspects of Habitat for Humanity of Grant County’s construction process in a way that utilizes staff, volunteer labor and materials to produce quality homes in a safe affordable manner. Position will include scheduling, planning, procurement, working with subcontractors, site selection, working with architects, zoning, building permits, site management and the unique opportunity of working with volunteers.
To view the full job description with specific duties you can see the PDF version here.
If this describes you, submit the following:
Cover letter; resume; salary requirements; and references.
Habitat for Humanity of Grant County
attn: Construction Committee
PO Box 687
Marion IN 46952
Our Hiring Philosophy
Habitat for Humanity Grant County team members are motivated by our mission and live out our core values each day. Our teams are collaborative and innovative. We seek employees who are comfortable adapting to change, are understanding of perspectives not their own, and are willing to learn from others.
We invite applicants who are problem solvers and who balance self-direction with teamwork. We seek employees who desire an organization which values collegiality, respect, and pride in workplace.
We care deeply about our employees. We offer a competitive benefits package and aim to create professional development opportunities, both within our organization and through external education experiences.
Habitat for Humanity of Grant County affirms its social and legal commitment to promote an atmosphere and environment that recognizes the principle and practice of equal employment opportunity. As such, Habitat for Humanity of Grant County does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, status with regards to public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission or citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by law.