A listing of jobs and volunteer opportunities through North Collin County Habitat for Humanity.
Construction Volunteer Needs
–Saturday June 4th – Need 10 volunteers to help build a porch(please rsvp porch) 17 year olds are allowed – We will start at 8am
–Saturday June 4th – Need 10 people to help finish 317 Carver. Paint, trim etc. (please rsvp 317) 14-17 are allowed
–Thursday June 9th – Need 20 people to help us move our construction equipment(14-17 are welcome with a guardian) 8am-12pm – Please RSVP storage
–Friday June 10th – Need 20 people to help us move our construction equipment(14-17 are welcome with a guardian) 8am-12pm – Please RSVP storage 2
“My teen needs to help” and we desperately need them. This is a common request I get each summer so we at Habitat have a few opportunities for the kids:
–Lot Mowing – Mowing lots is very important because if we do not keep them mowed we will get fined from the city. We have lots in Celina that need help so if your child would like to help this is a good way. You do have to supply your mower but it is an easy way to help.
–Our Restore also needs teen volunteers to help but they must be 16 years old. Please contact Andrea at email@example.com for more information
Volunteer Receptionist – Immediately
We are seeking a dedicated volunteer to help us with answering phones and doing general clerical duties in our offices on Thursday and Friday. The hours are 9-12, 12-5 or 9-5. If you are interested please contact Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fund Development Intern
Are you looking for a summer internship. This may be a fit for you. This would be a person that would help in our fund development department. Helping with Marketing projects, Web site development(experience would be helpful) web based programs etc…If you are interested please contact Amanda Pitre at email@example.com.
Family Program Director
The Family Program Director provides direction for all of the operations of the Family Program Department. The position reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the Family Selection, Support and Delinquency Committees.The Family Program Director should have a bachelor’s degree in social work or a related field and a significant background and/or experience in mortgage lending. The FPD should demonstrate the ability to; work with diverse populations and large and small groups, communicate with others in a clear, professional manner and maintain confidential information. Finally, the FPD should demonstrate an ability to receive and follow instructions and work as a member of a team as well as make and implement individual decisions. The FPD must have at least one year experience with a Habitat affiliate and/or related non-profit.
Assistant Construction Director
To assist the Construction Director in overseeing the construction of homes for the North Collin County Habitat for Humanity. To help in the coordination of sponsors, volunteer labor, subcontractors, inspectors, and materials necessary in the construction of all homes.
-Field management skills and a strong working knowledge of all facets of construction
-Minimum of 5 years residential experience.
-An ability to work well with people, both skilled and unskilled, volunteers, trades, and families
-An ability to inspire, motivate, and supervise volunteers, to hold them accountable for their work and to praise them for their efforts.
-Must be able to perform with minimum supervision and direction and lift over 50lbs.
-Good physical stamina