AmeriCorps Project Coordinator

Rebuilding Together Montgomery County

About the organization

Montgomery County, Maryland is a diverse community that draws people from all over the world to live and work near the nation's capital. While the cost of living is extremely high, RTMC clients have an average annual income of less than $20,000. As clients make difficult decisions about which necessities to prioritize their income on, home repairs often go unaddressed. By serving as a resource to make repairs for local low-income homeowners, RTMC ensures clients can continue to live in safe and healthy homes.
Through direct involvement with clients and community partners, the AmeriCorps member will have a significant impact on the local community. They will have opportunities to interact with local residents daily, with the goal of improving the application intake process. The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will help to manage the repair process from start to finish.


The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator oversees key aspects of the client/homeowner experience of
receiving critical repair services from Rebuilding Together Montgomery County. The member is
instrumental in the management of projects from start to finish, especially as the primary point of
contact for clients during the program delivery process. Beginning with the initial visit to assess the client’s home repair needs, through the completion of the scope of work and final project evaluation, the AmeriCorps Project Coordinator supports clients and ensures proper paperwork and documentation are signed and filed. They will coordinate with clients, skilled volunteers, community partners, vendors, inspectors, and program staff to develop and implement sustainable and effective project logistics practices.


 Comfortable with speaking and presenting in front of large groups--experience training or
teaching adults/volunteers is a plus
 Solid interpersonal skills and ability to make connections and build relationships with clients and
 Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and use of internet
 Ability to function in a fast-paced, collaborative environment where each team member must
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AmeriCorps Project Coordinator
balance being organized and detail-orientated with being flexible and keeping up with changing
scopes of project work
 Ability to communicate in clear and encouraging language with a diverse community and staff—
in writing, in person, and over the phone
 Positive and optimistic attitude, good problem-solving skills
 As this role will be interacting with clients regularly, familiarity with the community is preferred
 Bachelor’s Degree or relevant life/work experience
 Ability to work with diverse clients, volunteers, and staff to create a friendly, helpful atmosphere
 Volunteer service experience; managing or coordinating other volunteers is a plus
 Experience with construction, home repair, and/or housing issues
 Familiarity with Salesforce is a plus


11 month AmeriCorps term: stipend of $15,000 and an Education Award of $6,095 at completion

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Rebuilding Together Montgomery County's mission is Rebuilding Homes, Revitalizing Communities, Rebuilding Lives. For the past 30 years, RTMC has provided critical home repairs and accessibility modifications to keep neighbors in need safely in their homes. To date, RTMC has helped 2,600 low-income homeowners with the help of 50,000 community volunteers.

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