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Do you want a career where you get to work with great people and enjoy knowing that what you do benefits an organization that makes a positive difference in your community?
Full Time Positions
We currently have no full time positions available.
AmeriCorps Construction Crew Leader - AmeriCorps members assist on build projects in order to serve more families. They help plan the project by acquiring materials or prepping existing homes. These tasks must be completed in order for volunteers to serve. Members lead volunteers, providing quality assurance and safety instruction and monitoring. Providing an excellent volunteer experience leads to their desire to contribute again and support Habitat whether through donations or volunteering. AmeriCorps are often the “face” of Habitat to the community. Members also play a key role in finishing the projects in a timely manner providing a high standard of customer service to the partner families.
Book Drive Coordinator - Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte is looking for an intern to serve as a Book Drive Coordinator to increase the number of books that are donated to Habitat Charlotte and sold at Julia’s Café & Books (a division of Habitat Charlotte’s retail operations) and through Amazon. The profits are then used to further the ministry of Habitat Charlotte to build and renovate homes.
Tasks will include seeking out and maintaining relationships with group leaders who may wish to organize book drives. The Book Drive Coordinator can expect to follow up with leads, seek out and make presentations to groups, and attend various community events. At the same time, he or she will need to maintain strong documentation of the efforts. This is also a hands-on position and moving books around is something that will happen on a regular basis.
The Book Drive Coordinator will report to the Manager of Julia’s Café & Books but will have significant interactions with other ReStore team members. The ideal person will thrive in an environment where creative ideas are encouraged but where analytic skills will be needed to prioritize implementation. He or she will be comfortable engaging volunteers and donors both one-on-one but also during presentations.
This is a full-time paid one-year internship. Benefits also include reimbursement for health insurance, paid holidays and 5 days of paid vacation after 6 months.