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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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Home Repair and Preservation Coordinator

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a FT (plus benefits) Home Repair and Preservation Coordinator

This full-time – 40hrs (Tues-Sat) plus benefits, non-exempt, hourly position requires excellent organizational, collaborative, multi-tasking skills, and computer skills.

Position requires exceptional organizational and leadership skills, and general building knowledge, construction codes, policies, and guidelines.

Bilingual preferred (Spanish/English)

Must have a High School Diploma/GED plus 1-year experience in residential construction and/or similar repair programs. Experience with worksite safety and code compliance a plus.

Our Home Preservation and Repair 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 require the use of the employee’s automobile.

ADA/EOE

Qualified applicants only: Email a cover letter and resume to: Bill Bidal, Director of Operations bidal@habitatabq.org
Please put Home Repair & Preservation Coordinator in the subject line.

Events Coordinator

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3 nonprofit, is looking for a PT (30-hrs plus Benefits) Events Coordinator

This part time position would be responsible for all aspects of events management, including corporate sponsorship cultivation, and planning and procurement as related to events, as required by the Development & Communications Director.

BA degree and at least three (3)-yrs of experience in event planning and events management required; with non-profit experience a plus; experience with databases helpful and with Salesforce 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. Will need to pass a federal background check in accordance with local and federal laws.

Duties include, but not limited to:

  • Leads, plans, and attends GAHH community outreach events and other affiliate events. Weekend and evening hours may be required.
  • Builds relationships for event sponsorships through networking and business engagements.
  • Manages and leads all aspects of the annual fundraising event, including recruiting sponsors.
  • 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 networks and recruits new donors and sponsors.
  • Leads development of small donor giving program for donors less than $1,000.
  • And More….

Qualified applicants only: Please email a cover letter and resume to: Liz Vincent, Director of Development and Communications liz@habitatabq.org.
Please put Events Coordinator in the subject line.

Database Specialist

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, 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.

ADA/EOE

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.

Requirements:

  • At least three (3) years of experience in database management, specifically with SalesForce, is required.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in communications, human services, English, journalism, or related area is preferred.
  • Non-profit sector experience 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. Will need to pass a federal background check in accordance with local and federal laws.

Some evenings and weekends may be required.

ADA/EOE

Qualified applicants only: Please email a cover letter and resume to: Liz Vincent, Director of Development and Communications liz@habitatabq.org.
Please put Events Coordinator in the subject line.

ReStore:

No positions currently open

Qualified applicants only: Please email a cover letter and resume to: Miguel Sanchez, ReStore Manager miguel@habitatabq.org.
Please put Job Openings in the subject line.