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Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for some passionate and dynamic people to enhance our Agency.
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Contact Theressa Panciera at theressa@habitatabq.org to apply.  Please include your cover letter and resume.  Any incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

Office Job Openings

Special Events CoordinatorFT 30 hours weekly. Responsible for all aspects of events management, including corporate sponsorship cultivation, planning and procurement as related to events, and as required by the Development & Communications Director, along with establishing and cultivating small donors of under $1,000.

Leads, plans, and attends GAHH community outreach and other affiliate events. Builds relationships for event sponsorships through networking and business engagements. Maintain positive working relationships with the Board of Directors, the Development Committee, Volunteers, and the staff of Habitat. Ensure timely and accurate correspondence with event sponsorships and donors, including gift acknowledgements, reporting on GAHH grants associated with events. Coordinates and adheres to project timelines when tasks impact other staff or volunteers. Conducts self in a professional, collaborative, and cooperative manner always. Manages all home dedications and groundbreakings/opening ceremonies, donor appreciate events, and others as directed by the Development & Communications Director. Manages all special campaigns related to Giving Tuesday, Women Build, and others. Maintains and upholds active and positive relationships with a variety of outside organizations. Continually network and recruit new sponsors. Additional duties as may be assigned by DoD. Education and Experience Required: Bachelor’ Degree and at least three years of related work experience in a non-profit setting; Min three (3) years’ experience in event planning and events management; Exceptional verbal and written communication skills; comfortable speaking in public; Experience with databases helpful – Salesforce preferred; Demonstrated ability to multi-task, plan, organize, and implement multiple projects and meets deadlines; Advanced knowledge of Word, Publisher, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook; Ability to supervise and direct volunteers. Weekend and evening hours may be required.

Greater ABQ Habitat for Humanity, a local 501c3 organization, is looking for a PT Grant Writer. This PT-25 hrs/wk position will be responsible for maintaining and increasing grant support for the Affiliate. A Grant Writer’s responsibilities include researching grant opportunities, writing compelling grant proposals to acquire funding, and working with our leadership team to ensure we have enough capital for each year.

Duties would include, but not limited to: – Research and identify potential funding opportunities from various sources, including government agencies, foundations, and corporations – Collaborate with Development & Communications Director and staff to gather information necessary for grant proposals – Write clear, concise, and compelling grant proposals that align with the Affiliate’s mission and goals – Develop budgets and financial reports to accompany grant proposals – Monitor and track the progress of submitted grants, ensuring compliance with reporting requirements – Maintain accurate records of all grants, including deadlines, reporting requirements, and outcomes – Stay up-to-date on current trends and best practices in grant writing and fundraising

Experience: – Bachelor’s Degree in English, Communications, Non-Profit Management, or a related field is required. – Proven experience in grant writing, preferably in a nonprofit or government setting – Strong writing and editing skills with attention to detail – Knowledge of strategic planning and program development – Familiarity with financial report writing and budget development – Ability to research funding opportunities and gather relevant information – Excellent communication skills to effectively convey the organization’s mission and goals in grant proposals – Experience in contract management is a plus

$16-$18/hr ($23,400-$26,000), DOE

ADA/EOE

If you are passionate about making a difference through effective grant writing, we encourage you to apply. Please submit your resume along with a cover letter detailing your relevant experience.

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a PT-30hr (plus benefits) Homeowner/Family Services Specialist. This part-time – 30hrs plus benefits, non-exempt, hourly position requires excellent organizational, collaborative, and multi-tasking skills. We are searching for an individual with high energy and the motivation and passion to provide affordable housing to those in need. BA or equivalent is required plus at least 2+ years exp in community outreach, case management, and/or customer service. $17-$20.00/hr ($26,520-$31,200 annually, DOE), plus $1k if Bilingual (Spanish/English); plus benefits. Job summary/Duties: The Homeowner/Family Services Specialist will also communicate and partner with third-party organizations that serve the Affiliate’s family partners such as faith-based organizations, government and community agencies and the general public. This individual will also be trained and provide backup services as needed for the Mortgage Specialist position. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Networking
  • Application review
  • Monitoring sweat equity activity
  • Coordinating and conducting homeownership education classes
  • Mentoring families as they assume the responsibilities of homeownership
  • Offering continued family support and nurturing until the “sale” of the home.
  • And more …..

Employees will also be responsible for developing community partnerships to identify potential homeowner applicants, and research potential homeowner down payment assistance opportunities. A valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle are required for local travel. Some evenings and weekends may be required. Will need to pass a federal background check in accordance with local and federal laws. ADA/EOE. Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume.

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a PT-25 hrs/wk Volunteer Ambassador. This part-time – 25hrs (Tues-Sat schedule), non-exempt, hourly positions that requires excellent motivational skills, flexibility, collaboration, and open-mindedness. Must have a High School Diploma/GED plus 2-years’ experience in collaborative work environments. Practical experience and a history of positive experiences in volunteer engagement, recruitment, coordination, and retention would be extremely helpful.

Job summary/Duties:

The Volunteer Ambassador / On Site Volunteer Coordinator plays a critical interface and communications role for our affiliate on our worksites and in the community. Their work is conducted on construction sites, repair project sites, and at affiliate education and recruitment events. They actively partner with work site volunteers, “homeowners to be,” Habitat construction staff, affiliate department staff, the Volunteer Coordinator and Director of Operations and strive to provide important process information, support of safety practices, education on Habitat for Humanity, and other pertinent information regarding the work we do to our volunteers on work sites and to prospective volunteers in our community.

This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Be a welcoming, approachable, and supportive presence for everyone working on Habitat for Humanity work sites, networking events, and any other affiliate represented events.
  • Meets with site construction and repair project leadership before the start of each workday to understand what the focuses will be for the volunteers and “homeowners to be” on that site on that day.
  • Welcomes and signs in all volunteers as they come onto the jobsite and at the beginning of all events.
  • Ensures that all volunteers and “homeowners to be” understand the work focuses of each day on the job site – in partnership with site construction leadership and safety team members.
  • Ensures that all volunteers, “homeowners to be,” and anyone else working on the site are valued and treated with respect and that appreciation is shared openly for their contributions.
  • Educates and informs on Habitat for Humanity historic and current information, including sharing our Mission, updates on current local projects, and other pertinent information as required on worksites and at recruiting events.
  • Serves as the eyes and ears on the worksite for Habitat Volunteer Coordinator, Construction Management, and Director of Operations.
  • Submits a written monthly report to their supervisor on the status of the volunteer efforts and accomplishments and areas of focus or improvement required on the work sites they have supported.
  • And more …

Must possess a valid New Mexico driver’s license, auto insurance at or above the minimum levels required by New Mexico law and have daily access to a dependable motor vehicle. Will need to pass a federal background check in accordance with local and federal laws. Main office is at Menaul location; however, Work environment routinely outside on construction site environment, sometime in extreme weather conditions. Some duties or participation in activities require the use of the employee’s automobile.

$17-18.50/hr ($22,100-$24,050), DOE, plus $1k if bilingual (Spanish/English). You will be eligible for Paid holidays, Bereavement, Vacation and Sick Leave, Flex Spending, and Simple IRA (Retirement Plan). ADA/EOE. Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a Community Relations & Advocacy Manager to help build and implement community and public relations strategies that to create a strong foundation of support for our affiliate in the Southern Sandoval County (Rio Rancho and Bernalillo) & Greater Albuquerque community. This candidate will represent the affiliate to the community at large through the development and maintenance of relationships with governmental entities, integral community groups, businesses, faith-based organizations, other partnering non-profit organizations, local media, other groups engaged with affordable housing initiatives, and the public at large. Some responsibilities Include:

  • Building and maintaining relationships with community leaders and government officials to create goodwill for the organization.
  • Developing and implementing community outreach programs and partnerships with local businesses, schools, social service agencies, and other community organizations.
  • Partnering with local stakeholders and Habitat team members on issues including affordable housing initiatives, community development projects, topically aligned education events, or other special activities.
  • Attend governmental and community events that focus on issues important to the affiliate and represent the affiliate appropriately – including chamber of commerce, city council, county board of supervisors and other regionally focused association type meetings.
  • Partner with other affiliate staff to gain full working understanding of the business of the affiliate, departmental focuses, etc. to be able to speak with confidence on behalf of the affiliate in community engagement.
  • …… and more

Bachelor’s Degree required (preferably in Communications, Political Science, Journalism, Public Relations, or related areas), along with three years of provable achievements working in a community relations, external communications, broadcasting, outbound sales, or marketing specific job. Proficiency in Excel, being a self-starter, strong presentation skills and organizational skills, experienced in networking, ability to communicate/interact with different personality types, problem solving, and ability to think on your feet is preferred. Must possess a valid New Mexico driver’s license, auto insurance at or above the minimum levels required by New Mexico law and have daily access to a dependable motor vehicle due to extensive amount of driving required. Must pass a federal background check. $52-$58K, DOE, plus $1k if Bilingual (Spanish/English); plus benefits. You will be eligible for benefits the first of the month following your 60 days of employment. Benefits include: Blue Cross Blue Shield (health); Delta Dental (dental); VSP (vision). Reliance Standard ($50K Life and AD&D) – 100% company paid, with option to add voluntary coverage for spouse, children or increase coverage for self (which is employee paid). Reliance Standard (LTD) – 100% company paid; Reliance Standard (STD)- employee paid. American Funds (Simple IRA) – up to 3% match at 1-yr (can begin contributions at any time). Paid holidays, Birthday Holiday, Bereavement, Vacation and Sick Leave. ADA/EOE.

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity is looking for a PT (30-hrs plus Benefits) Database Specialist. This dynamic individual will be responsible for all aspects of Habitat for Humanity’s SalesForce Database, including data entry, affiliate wide report development, and software maintenance. The Database Specialist supports the organization in achieving its mission by maintaining the integrity of the database, periodic software updates, maximizing the effectiveness of the database software, and helping the affiliate staff track, analyze and report affiliate activities within established policies and guidelines. Some Duties may include:

  • Writes and maintains a database policies and procedures manual.
  • Develops and follows a consistent database maintenance program.
  • Continually updates the donors in the database, ensuring correctness of data, categorizing of donors and other pertinent information.
  • Maintain tracking tools that accurately reflect performance measures-make adjustments to actions accordingly.
  • Produce mailing list for quarterly pledge statements/reminders
  • ……. and more

Requirements: A bachelor’s degree in communications, human services, English, journalism, or related area is preferred. At least three (3) years of experience in database management, specifically with SalesForce, is required. Non-profit sector experience is preferred. Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required for local travel. Some evening and weekends may be required. $20-25/hr ($31,200-$39,000), DOE, plus $1K if Bilingual (Spanish/English), plus Benefits. You will be eligible for benefits the first of the month following your 60 days of employment.

Benefits include: Blue Cross Blue Shield (health); Delta Dental (dental); VSP (vision). Reliance Standard ($50K Life and AD&D) – 100% company paid, with option to add voluntary coverage for spouse, children or increase coverage for self (which is employee paid). Reliance Standard (LTD) – 100% company paid; Reliance Standard (STD)- employee paid. American Funds (Simple IRA) – up to 3% match at 1-yr (can begin contributions at any time). Paid holidays, Birthday Holiday, Bereavement, Vacation and Sick Leave. ADA/EOE. Please submit a cover letter along with your resume.

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a Land Acquisition and Infrastructure Project Manager to maintain Habitat’s property/land inventory and for handling all associated land development functions to Include the identification and acquisition of property to support strategic homebuilding goals. This position is responsible for taking all properties through acquisition, land use, design and infrastructure permitting, implementation, and completion. The individual in this position will partner closely with the Construction Department and Habitat leadership to maintain Habitat’s strategic goals. Some responsibilities Include:

  • Maintains Habitat’s land inventory
  • Responsible for all Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity land acquisition and infrastructure projects from start to finish.
  • Seek additional land for development through relations with real estate agents and agencies
  • Overseeing Construction Subcontractors, (Bids, awards) Licenses, insurance, permits, and scheduling. Ensure job costs and budgets with accounting department are accurate.
  • Monitor and oversee construction work by contractors, attend project meetings, approve drawings, and change orders, and keep accounts of construction expenditures.
  • Ensures that all Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity infrastructure projects are completed in a timely manner according to published schedules and budgets in a cost-effective manner and is done in compliance with all local construction requirements and Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity construction goals.
  • …… and more

“Must be the willing to obtain a GB-98 or GB-2 License held for the General Construction License for Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity.” College technical degree preferred and/or minimum of three years construction experience with a minimum two (2)-years infrastructure construction experience or with similar responsibilities and duties. Extensive knowledge of mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems. Familiarity with standard architectural and construction practices and demonstrated ability to oversee and effectively coordinate the design and construction of at least 1-2 infrastructure housing developments in coordination with all Habitat Staff and departments. Strong business acumen. Assertive/determined personality with ability to anticipate problems and master details. Strong organizational/supervisory skills. Knowledge of construction codes, policies, and guidelines. Must possess a valid New Mexico driver’s license, auto insurance at or above the minimum levels required by New Mexico law and have daily access to a dependable motor vehicle due to extensive amount of driving required. Must pass a federal background check. $55-60K, DOE, plus $1k if Bilingual (Spanish/English); plus benefits. You will be eligible for benefits the first of the month following your 60 days of employment. Benefits include: Blue Cross Blue Shield (health); Delta Dental (dental); VSP (vision). Reliance Standard ($50K Life and AD&D) – 100% company paid, with option to add voluntary coverage for spouse, children or increase coverage for self (which is employee paid). Reliance Standard (LTD) – 100% company paid; Reliance Standard (STD)- employee paid. American Funds (Simple IRA) – up to 3% match at 1-yr (can begin contributions at any time). Paid holidays, Birthday Holiday, Bereavement, Vacation and Sick Leave. ADA/EOE.

Construction/Repair Job Openings

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for four (4) FT (plus benefits) Home Repair Coordinators. These are full-time – 40hrs (Tues-Sat schedule) plus benefits, non-exempt, hourly positions that require excellent organizational, collaborative, multi-tasking skills, and computer skills. Must have a High School Diploma/GED plus 1-year experience in residential construction and/or similar repair programs. Exp with worksite safety and code compliance a plus. Position requires exceptional organizational and leadership skills, and general building knowledge, construction codes, policies, and guidelines.

Job summary/Duties:

Our Home Repair and Preservation Program provides minor home repairs to alleviate safety issues and restore the appearance of home exteriors. The Repair Program works diligently alongside all Albuquerque homeowners with a focus on minor repairs that help improve quality of life and keep low-income homeowners safe. Some projects may include:

  • Minor non-structural repairs
  • Yard cleanup (up to 15ft from home)
  • Exterior Painting
  • Minor fence repair
  • Exterior ramps and handrails
  • Minor glass pane repair
  • Minor Exterior stair, ramp or porch repair
  • Trim trees up to 7ft off the ground

The Home Repair Coordinator is responsible for the oversight and management of all activities and tasks associated with GAHH’s Home Preservation and Repair Program. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • on-site work
  • ordering and maintaining supplies
  • volunteer training and safety on a daily basis
  • supervision and directing of skilled and un-skilled volunteers
  • hiring sub-contractors as needed
  • attending any meetings and committees necessary
  • create and maintain all project documentation, including, but not limited to budgets, schedules, assessments, applications, photos, and any other documents and reports generated for the program.
  • ability to drive/haul tools and trailer; oversight and maintenance, including inventory, storage, repair, and replacement.
  • And more …

Must possess a valid New Mexico driver’s license, auto insurance at or above the minimum levels required by New Mexico law and have daily access to a dependable motor vehicle. Will need to pass a federal background check in accordance with local and federal laws. Main office is at Menaul location; however, Work environment routinely outside on construction site environment, sometime in extreme weather conditions. Some duties or participation in activities requires the use of the employee’s automobile. $17-19.00/hr ($35,360-$39,520), DOE, plus $1k if bilingual (Spanish/English), plus benefits. You will be eligible for benefits the first of the month following your 60 days of employment. Benefits include: Blue Cross Blue Shield (health); Delta Dental (dental); VSP (vision). Reliance Standard ($50K Life and AD&D) – 100% company paid, with option to add voluntary coverage for spouse, children or increase coverage for self (which is employee paid). Reliance Standard (LTD) – 100% company paid; Reliance Standard (STD)- employee paid. American Funds (Simple IRA) – up to 3% match at 1-yr (can begin contributions at any time). Paid holidays, Birthday Holiday, Bereavement, Vacation and Sick Leave. ADA/EOE. Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume.

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a FT (plus benefits) Home Construction Repair Supervisor. This is a full-time – 40hrs (Tues-Sat schedule) plus benefits, non-exempt, hourly positions that require excellent organizational, collaborative, multi-tasking skills, and computer skills. Must have a High School Diploma/GED plus 2-years’ experience in residential construction and/or similar repair programs, and a minimum of 2-years’ supervisory experience. Worksite safety and code compliance experience is a plus. Position requires exceptional organizational and leadership skills, and general building knowledge and carpentry skills. Knowledge of construction codes, policies, and guidelines as well as experience with scheduling, budgeting, and work completion reporting.

Job summary/Duties:

Our Home Repair and Preservation Program provides minor home repairs to alleviate safety issues and restore the appearance of home exteriors. The Repair Program works diligently alongside all Albuquerque homeowners with a focus on minor repairs that help improve quality of life and keep low-income homeowners safe. Some projects may include:

  • Minor non-structural repairs
  • Yard cleanup (up to 15ft from home)
  • Exterior Painting
  • Minor fence repair
  • Exterior ramps and handrails
  • Minor glass pane repair
  • Minor Exterior stair, ramp or porch repair
  • Trim trees up to 7ft off the ground

The Home Construction Repair Supervisor is responsible for the oversight and management of all activities and tasks associated with GAHH’s Home Repair Program. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Maintain positive relationship with volunteers, sub-contractors, and neighbors
  • Assist qualifying homeowners with the application process, if needed
  • Administer “to-do’ lists, including punch lists, final walk-throughs, and homeowner acceptance and exit forms
  • Research and implement building codes and guidelines and apply to each project
  • Supervise all work-site activities while enforcing worksite safety and creating a fun and inviting place for volunteers to work
  • Establish and maintain progress schedules, including updates and communications to all appropriate staff, sub-contractors, and other parties involved to complete the project on time and on budget
  • Maintain all project documents as required by GAHH guidelines and project requirements
  • Organize, document, and submit project data receipts to the required department in a timely manner
  • ……and more …

Must possess a valid New Mexico driver’s license, auto insurance at or above the minimum levels required by New Mexico law and have daily access to a dependable motor vehicle. Will need to pass a federal background check in accordance with local and federal laws. Main office is at Menaul location; however, Work environment routinely outside on construction site environment, sometime in extreme weather conditions. Some duties or participation in activities requires the use of the employee’s automobile. $20-22.00/hr ($41,600-$45,760), DOE, plus $1k if bilingual (Spanish/English), plus benefits. You will be eligible for benefits the first of the month following your 60 days of employment. Benefits include: Blue Cross Blue Shield (health); Delta Dental (dental); VSP (vision). Reliance Standard ($50K Life and AD&D) – 100% company paid, with option to add voluntary coverage for spouse, children or increase coverage for self (which is employee paid). Reliance Standard (LTD) – 100% company paid; Reliance Standard (STD)- employee paid. American Funds (Simple IRA) – up to 3% match at 1-yr (can begin contributions at any time). Paid holidays, Birthday Holiday, Bereavement, Vacation and Sick Leave. ADA/EOE. Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume.

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