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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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Submit Cover Letter and Resume to:  theressa@habitatabq.org    – In subject line mention position applying for.

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Community Relations Manager

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a Community Relations Manager

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.

$48-54K, DOE, plus $1k if Bilingual (Spanish/English); plus benefits
ADA/EOE
Job Type: Full-time

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

$48-54K, DOE, plus $1k if Bilingual (Spanish/English); plus benefits
ADA/EOE
Job Type: Full-time

Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume to Theressa@habitatabq.org.
Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line.

Development & Communications Director

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a dynamic individual to lead the Development & Communications Director.

This FT, exempt, salaried position requires excellent organizational and collaborative skills as demonstrated from past employment. This position is an in-office position and not a remote position.

The Development Director will create and implement a strategic plan (aligned to Habitat’s and BOD’s strategic plan) for the department to raise funds for the organization in a cost-effective and time-efficient manner. This position will also include Managing Donor Stewardship, Annual Giving, Major and Minor Gifts, Faith Relations, Home Sponsorships, as well as providing internal leadership for Habitat’s Grants Process, Special Events and Planned Giving Activities.

$55-60,000, DOE; plus $1k if bilingual (Spanish/English); plus benefits

Must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; and at least three (3) years of experience in charitable fund-raising or equivalent experience. Position requires exceptional organizational skills to include project management, setting timelines and identifying resources for each project; sound written and oral communications skills, including the ability to communicate with a wide range of personalities; basic research, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation skills; basic mathematical skills; problem-solving and mediation skills. Experience with SaleForce is beneficial. Must be competent in Microsoft Office Suite. Experience processing New Mexico State Tax Credits is also valuable.

Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required for local travel. Some evening 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 as well
Job Type: Full-time

Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume to Theressa@habitatabq.org.
Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line.

Construction Repair Coordinator

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

This full-time – 40hrs plus benefits, non-exempt, hourly position requires 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.

$17.00-19.00/hr (DOE), plus $1k if bilingual (Spanish/English), plus benefits.

Job summary/Duties:

The Construction Repair Coordinator 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:

  • all administrative,
  • on-site work (Repair jobs are not at Main office location)
  • ordering and maintaining supplies
  • volunteer training and safety
  • 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 of tools and trailer, 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.

Work environment routinely outside on construction site environment, sometime in extreme weather conditions. Regular workweek Tuesday to Saturday.

ADA/EOE

Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume to Theressa@habitatabq.org.
Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line.

ReStore:

ReStore Cashier

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a PT-24hr ReStore Cashier.

This part-time – 24hrs, non-exempt, hourly position requires excellent organizational, collaborative, and multi-tasking skills.

$14 per hour

Must have a High School Diploma/GED plus 1-yr of experience in cash handling, or accounting position in a retail environment. Customer service and Construction industry experience a plus.

In this position, you will be assisting the ReStore customers in purchasing products and materials and for generating revenue through the sale of donated and reclaimed building materials and supplies to support the activities of the Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity.

Responsibilities include:

  • Greet ReStore customers
  • Resolve customer complaints
  • Receive and disburse money in a retail store environment.
  • Count money in cash drawers at the beginning of shifts to ensure that amounts are correct and that there is adequate change.
  • Establish or identify prices of goods or services
  • Use cash registers, or related equipment to complete sales, often involved in processing credit or debit card transactions.
  • Issue receipts, refunds, credits, or change due to customers.
  • Process merchandise returns and exchanges.
  • Receive payment by cash, credit cards, vouchers, or automatic debits.
  • Monitor checkout stations to ensure that they have adequate cash available and that they are staffed appropriately.
  • Reconcile cash receipts for nightly deposit and reporting to the Director of Finance.
  • Maintain clean and orderly checkout areas.
  • and more……

Must be willing to pass a federal background check.

ADA/EOE

Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume to Theressa@habitatabq.org.
Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line.

ReStore Warehouse Assistant

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a PT-24hr ReStore Warehouse Assistant.

This part-time – 24hrs, non-exempt, hourly position requires self-motivation, ability to adapt, and decision-making skills.

$14 per hour

Must have a High School Diploma/GED. Customer service, construction industry, or retail experience a plus. Knowledge of warehouse and donation center processing helpful.

In this position, you will be assisting the donors dropping off items at the ReStore. Process donations by cleaning of items, helping with minor repairs and moving merchandise onto sales. Maintain both warehouse and outside backyard in a clean/safe environment. Assistant may be asked from time to time to accompany truck driver on pick up routes.

Responsibilities include:

  • Greet ReStore customers who are drop off goods and process the donations and issue donation receipts.
  • Assist ReStore customers with carry-out service, if needed
  • Assist with unloading ReStore donation trucks, if needed.
  • Cleaning of donated items for resale
  • Minor repair of donated items.
  • Recycle metal and other recyclable materials in metal and / or recycle bins
  • Keep outside area in a neat and orderly fashion, free of trash, and debris.
  • Keep area around dumpsters clean and safe and free of nails, trash, and debris.
  • Assist in Stocking shelves and bringing large items to the sales floor.
  • and more……

Forklift certification helpful – will also train.

Must be willing to pass a federal background check.

ADA/EOE

Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume to Theressa@habitatabq.org.
Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line.

ReStore Truck Rider

Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, a local 501(C)3, is looking for a FT (plus benefits) ReStore Truck Rider.

$14 per hour

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

Must have a High School Diploma/GED plus 1-year experience loading/unloading merchandise. Construction industry experience a plus.

In this position, you will be assisting the assisting with merchandise donation pick-ups, assisting in dropping off materials, loading and unloading materials, loading, and unloading merchandise, as well as assisting the ReStore Truck Drivers in maintaining the vehicles to support the activities of the Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assist in Maintaining cleanliness of trucks interior and exterior (cab/daily; exterior/weekly)
  • Assist in the Performance of a daily operational check of all major items on vehicle to ensure the vehicle is safe to be on the road.
  • Assist driver with navigational responsibilities.
  • Screen for product usability when picking up donations.
  • Assist the Loading and unloading of goods onto the vehicle/truck either by hand, or by using appropriate or other material handling equipment.
  • Professional and courteous interaction with donors including utmost care and concern for donors’ personal property
  • Assist by Making sure that the load is correctly placed and secure with appropriate tie-downs to avoid damage to the truck or the goods.
  • Provide guidance/direction to donors on how to access receipts from website.
  • Assist the driver in Maintaining a logbook with details of trips, and maintenance.
  • Drive the truck in the absence of 1st driver for vacation, sick leave, etc.in a safe, lawful, and courteous manner.
  • Drive defensively and handle hazardous road conditions.
  • 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.

Forklift certification helpful – will train

ADA/EOE

Qualified applicants only: Submit Cover Letter along with Resume to Theressa@habitatabq.org.
Please put the position you are applying for in the subject line.