Critical Home Repair Assistant Project Manager
Job Details
3816 Latrobe Drive Office - Charlotte, NC
Full-Time - 40 Hours Per Week
Monday through Friday

Starting Salary: $40,000

 

Habitat Charlotte Region is currently seeking applicants for a Critical Home Repair Assistant Project Manager. This role will manage subcontractor relationships and perform tasks related to project preparation and planning for over 100 home repairs each year. We encourage residents from Habitat served communities to apply. Please respond by 02/15/2022 to be considered for this opportunity. Habitat Charlotte Region is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Working to build homes, communities and hope in Charlotte and the surrounding area, Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region has partnered with more than 3,000 families since 1983. This year, we will help over 300 families through new home construction, recycling existing homes, critical home repair projects and financial literacy training. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a leading nonprofit organization in the field of affordable housing.

 

Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region offers competitive wages and a great affordable benefits package. Pay as little as $28 per month for health insurance! Complimentary vision, short & long-term disability and life/AD&D. Dental and FSA accounts also available. Retirement Plan with up to 3% match. PTO for full and part time positions. Up to ten paid holidays for full-time team members.

 

 

 

Basic Function:

To manage subcontractors for the Critical Home Repair program and complete other tasks related to planning and documentation of Critical Home Repair projects.

 

Dimensions:

  • Perform in a high-paced, team-oriented environment with a willingness to assist others on an as-needed basis
  • Communicate internally and externally in a pleasant manner, representing Habitat in the most positive sense
  • Self-motivate, organize, and follow through with tasks and responsibilities
  • Recognize and practice the goodwill of Habitat in all dealings with the public
  • Seek the advice and direction of the Critical Home Repair Construction Manager
  • Identify tasks which may relieve other construction staff
  • Anticipated work days are Monday - Friday

 

Essential Job Functions:

  • Manage all aspects of subcontractor relationships including recruitment, annual contracts and bids, and bid process
    • Manage the subcontractor bid process to include requesting, reviewing, and awarding bids
    • Obtain annual bids for assessments, testing, and materials
    • Recruit and identify subs for Section 3, SBE, or MWSBE and procure new vendors
    • Request and track annual subcontractor agreements with all vendors
    • Frequently communicate with subcontractors about changes to project or materials requirements, safety, and Critical Home Repair team feedback
  • Support Critical Home Repair Construction Manager with other aspects of project preparation
    • Processing permits and preparing all pre-planning information needed for site supervisors to begin project
    • Preparing City environmental review and SHPO requests
    • Completing Historic District Commission applications as necessary
    • Supporting assessments and job scope development
  • Completing Critical Home Repair construction project tasks as required under the guidance of the Critical Home Repair Construction Manager
  • Promote partnership among all participants in the Habitat program, giving special attention to the needs and concerns of homeowners; and enhancing communication between staff, subcontractors, and homeowners
  • Maintain appropriate trainings and certifications, including CPR/First Aid, RRP, and others as required
  • Maintain Habitat equipment as required

 

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to stand most or all of any given day
  • Ability to work at a desk the majority of days
  • Ability to climb ladders and scaffolding
  • Ability to work and maneuver on roofs and high spaces
  • Ability to work in tight confines and within crawlspaces, wearing a respirator as needed
  • Ability to maneuver over uneven ground

 

 

Internal Interactions:

  • All Habitat Charlotte Region Staff

 

External Interactions:

  • City of Charlotte – Dept. of Neighborhood & Business Services                                   
  • Construction Volunteers                              
  • City of Charlotte Residential Permit Department
  • Subcontractors
  • Homeowners
  • Utility Companies
  • Suppliers & Vendors
  • Building Standards Personnel

 

Knowledge/Education:

  • Commitment to the Habitat program
  • Attention to detail
  • Computer literate in Excel, Word, Construction & Invoicing software
  • Communication skills
  • Organizational skills        

 

Required Qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record
  • Personal vehicle to be used for business purposes
  • Ability to adhere to Habitat’s Code of Conduct and other policies

 

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Subcontractors

Estimated Time Commitment:

  • Monday – Friday, 40 hours/week

 

Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region is a drug-free workplace.  A pre-employment drug screen and clean background check is required.

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