Construction Supervisor – Home Preservation

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver

About the organization

About Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver is part of a global housing organization that is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide. We build and sell homes in partnership with low income families and individuals; advocate for fair and just housing policies; and provide training resources to empower low-income families to be self-sustainable. Habitat Metro Denver has served more than 930 local families throughout its 40-year history in Denver and is in the top 10 Habitat affiliates in the United States.

Duties

LEADERSHIP
• Acts as an on-site ambassador for the mission of Habitat Metro Denver by demonstrating the core values of integrity, respect, teamwork and continuous improvement.
• Supervises and trains any volunteers on the worksite and ensures that they have a consistently positive experience.
• Under the direction of a Project Manager, successfully utilizes AmeriCorps members and volunteers as crew leaders.
• Works in partnership with the homeowners to ensure a meaningful jobsite experience.
• Takes charge of their construction project and oversees all activities on site from demolition, repair, clean-up, and job completion sign-off.
• Be a part of the home preservation process to improve timeliness, quality and safety.
SAFETY
• Effectively communicates to volunteers and contractors that safety is the first priority on the construction site.
• Ensures that all safety policies and procedures established by the affiliate are adhered to at all times, by everyone on our job sites.
CONSTRUCTION
• Manages each construction project to ensure completion in accordance with the schedule as set by the Project Manager.
• Provides sensitive care and communication to Partner Families and homeowners throughout each project, ensuring their safety and comfort throughout.
• Effectively communicates with vendors and the Production Warehouse to coordinate the delivery of tools and supplies to the worksite.
• Coordinates subcontractors and manages their activities on site.

Qualifications

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
• Knowledge of residential construction and ability to relay that information to volunteers of varying skill sets.
• Fluency in Spanish is highly desirable; conversational Spanish is a plus.
• Ability to read residential blueprints.
• Proven ability to work in a fast pace, constantly evolving environment.
• Ability to solve problems creatively and efficiently to maintain forward progress on complicated projects.
• Proven proficiency in peer management and dissemination of pertinent information.
• Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills necessary to communicate clearly and professionally with volunteers, contractors, suppliers, and coworkers. This job demands collaboration with a team of other supervisors, designers, and many other members of the organization.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
• High school diploma required and Bachelor’s degree preferred.
• Minimum two years of direct on-site residential construction experience is required.
• Experience on home remodeling desired
• Infrastructure and warranty-related experience a plus.
• Organized construction training and education to complement experience is preferred.
• Experience teaching in any capacity a plus.
• Experience working with low-income and/or older adult populations desired
• Habitat for Humanity or other similar experience is preferred but not required.

Salary

$40,500 - $49,500

Application instructions

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