Major functions include oversight of Habitat construction programs, securing designs for Habitat homes and repair projects, supervision of site supervisors, set building schedules, assist in setting procurement policies, support build site selection efforts, monitor construction costs, work to set construction building standards and to monitor construction costs, and prepare reports. Lead development of and manage a critical home repair program. Collaborate with committees, volunteers, and staff in all facets of the construction process.
Minimum of five years’ experience as contractor or construction manager. Experienced in residential construction. Experience working with non-profit organizations a plus. Experience supervising others. Proficient in computer functions and general software for office and construction operations. Maintain a high level commitment to safe building practices through the Competent Person process and Habitat safety standards. Ability to become a Certified Competent Person and Responsible Managing Individual (RMI). Ability to obtain and present construction documents to secure building permits; coordinate with engineers, architects, and other professionals.
Strong verbal and written communications skills, Ability to adjust to changing conditions or workload schedules. Encourage and support Habitat’s mission and core value of diversity. Actively encourage and support involvement of volunteers in virtually all facets of construction. Ability to be self-directed within the framework of Habitat operating standards and mission. Must pass sexual offender registry check and have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Full-time, $52,000/yr, health ins, paid holidays & vacation. Position is open until filled. Resume & cover letter required. Mail to Habitat, 1210 Oak Patch Rd, Eugene, OR 97402; e-mail to email@example.com. EOE/AA. See full position description here.