Habitat for Humanity Vail Valley
Listing Expires on 04/16/2021
As a member of the Construction team, the Construction Crew Leader is responsible for leading and working alongside volunteers and AmeriCorps members in the construction of Habitat for Humanity homes. The Construction Crew leader engages in hands on construction, leadership of team and volunteer groups, documentation of construction progress, execution of safety tasks and policies, organization and management of jobsite, tools and materials. The position demands a strong work ethic, an ability to work in all sorts of weather conditions, a willingness to lead and work with others, and an aptitude for hands-on construction tasks.
We are a great team. Everyone gets along. Our boss is cool. We’d go so far as to say we’re a fun group! Work/life balance really happens here. We have a working environment that complements each member’s individual lifestyle and allows for flexibility to meet personal goals.
A Job That Matters
This is not just a job! We are changing people’s lives! We work hard for a mission that we love. Through our work, we help families find a path to strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Our homeowners move from unsafe, often overcrowded and expensive living conditions to beautiful, yet simple, decent and affordable homes. And, we get to be a part of their journey.
You have the ability to learn quickly and adapt to new situations easily. You are a hard worker who is organized, tidy and sees the job through to completion. You have a strong ability to connect with others and provide a fun, positive and memorable experience. You love all aspects of construction and want to learn more!
- Prepare for volunteer build days
- Train, lead and work alongside AmeriCorps members and volunteers
- Complete construction tasks in adherence to building codes and specifications
- Document progress, changes and improvements to construction process; maintain up to date construction manual as changes occur
- Maintain tidy jobsite including tools and materials organization
- Train, oversee and adhere to safety policies and procedures Qualifications
- General knowledge of most phases of residential construction.
- Previous hands-on experience in residential framing.
- Basic ability to read and interpret construcBon documents such as architectural and engineering
- drawings, site plans, and technical specificaBons.
- Demonstrated coaching and/or leadership experience.
- Strong interpersonal communicaBon skills and demonstrated ability to work within a team
- Valid driver’s license and ability to drive manual transmission vehicle (or willing to learn quickly)
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