Home Repair Program Manager- Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity

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Organization Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity

Location Boise, Idaho

Job Title Home Repair Program Manager

Pay Rate or Range $48000-$52000

Job Description Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity is looking for a Home Repair Program Manager to help our new program thrive. The Home Repair Program Manager is responsible for conducting Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity’s critical home repair and improvement projects utilizing personal expertise, skilled staff, and volunteer labor. The Home Repair Program Manager is responsible for evaluating, selecting, and managing residential home repair projects, ensuring cost, scheduling and quality standards are met. This position works closely with the Executive Director and the Construction Manager to ensure that all projects are completed in a timely fashion, within budget and according to project specifications. They will also work with the Development Director to recruit funding partners and sponsorships and ensure that sponsors have an ideal on-site experience. Providing a quality volunteer experience is a key element of Habitat’s mission. The Home Repair Program Manager directly supervises work teams onsite and must be mindful of their diverse abilities by assigning work that can be accomplished successfully.

Key Responsibilities: Evaluates projects for our program, estimates project cost and scheduling and manages work from start to completion. Serve as a primary contact for partner families receiving home repair. Oversees the scheduling and supervision of volunteers of varying skill levels. Coordinates and oversees activities of subcontractors; negotiates terms of agreements with suppliers, vendors and subcontractors. Orders all materials supplies. Maintains accurate records for all stages of project. Works with local building departments and inspectors to obtain required permits and inspections. Creates a positive, safe and productive work experience for all volunteers, staff and homeowners. Ensures that proper safety equipment and appropriate tools are in use; maintains a fully-stocked first aid kit. Stay current on OSHA safety standards; maintain OSHA Competent Person certification. Maintains an up-to-date working knowledge of all applicable building codes and OSHA safety regulations. Participates in organizational meetings and affiliate events. Performs other related duties as requested.

Requirements: Ability to determine scope of project, budget and scheduling. Proven ability to take a project from evaluation to a completion. Proven written and verbal communication skills. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to assess the capabilities of others and to teach basic construction techniques to unskilled volunteers and homeowners. Strategic thinking with ability to adapt to changes. Be organized and exhibit follow through on tasks and goals. High energy, can-do attitude, flexibility, teamwork and attention to detail. Experience in small construction and/or carpentry is a plus but not required. Must be able to pass background check and drug screen. Must have driver’s license and clean driving record as well as valid auto insurance.

Application Instructions Please send resume along with a cover letter to careers@hfhboise.org