Please note, our office will be closed Friday and Saturday (4/18-4/19) for the Easter Holiday.

Career Opportunities

Thanks for your interest in working for Habitat Charlotte!

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

Our Wilkinson ReStore is currently looking for a Backroom Supervisor.  This is a full time position with benefits.  Basic Functions: Responsible for all backroom activities including pricing, handling and processing of donations/merchandise. All backroom employees report to this position.  Download the full job description (PDF), and please send cover letters and resumes to Joe Muse at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note:  To receive notices as full time positions become available, please sign up for our email newsletter and then select  “Habitat Charlotte Job Openings Notices” .  If you have employment questions, our HR Manager is Kathleen Finnigan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .   Please note however, that all open positions are posted here, we do not "hold" applications for future positions, and you must apply separately for each position offered.  Please help us be good stewards of our resources by avoiding general "are there jobs" questions.


AmeriCorps/Interships/Fellowships

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.  

AmeriCorps members serve 46.5 weeks and receive a modest living allowance – more information can be found here.   Find out more about Habitat Charlotte’s AmeriCorps Program by visiting our AmeriCorps page.   You can apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Beth Van Gorp at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .   A complete position description is available by by request.

Family Services AmeriCorps - This position will be directly responsible for the recruitment of applicants for our Homebuyer and Home Repair programs, with a focus on reaching out to community organizations with whom we can partner to identify families in need of home repair. The member in this position will be critical to meeting our goal of serving approximately 120 families in 2014-2015, including taking on the challenge of serving more veterans in both programs going forward. This member will take on the responsibility of educating potential applicants on the benefits and requirements of our program, as well as supporting and encouraging potential partner families through the application process.

AmeriCorps members serve 46.5 weeks and receive a modest living allowance – more information can be found here.   Find out more about Habitat Charlotte’s AmeriCorps Program by visiting our AmeriCorps page.   You can apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Beth Van Gorp at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .   A complete position description is available by by request.

Marketing Intern - This full-time paid, 46.5 week internship will focus on marketing to increase the number of books Habitat Charlotte receives.   This intern, along with our AmeriCorps members, form a team of HabiCorps members.   Additional information can be found by visiting our AmeriCorps page. You can apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Beth Van Gorp at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .    A complete job description is available by by request

ReStore Fellow - The ReStore Fellowship position’s goal is to prepare the individual for management positions with-in Habitat ReStores by providing hands on experience in all areas of ReStore management.   The Fellow will gain proficiency and expertise in the following areas: donation procurement, donation dispatch and scheduling, volunteer recruitment, training and retention, and merchandise pricing and displays.  This proficiency will be gained by rotating through different departments of the Habitat ReStore.    In addition, she or he will provide leadership on special projects and analyze selected ReStore business lines for cost savings and efficiency gains.

Habitat Charlotte’s Fellowship Program aims to provide professional development to talented, motivated, and proficient individuals interested in continued employment with Habitat in both the near and long term.    This is a short term, full-time, paid opportunity lasting one year.  Further employment beyond the term dates of the Fellowship are not guaranteed.   Because of the unique nature of this position, there will be a variety of required trainings.   Learn more by reading our Fellowship Program FAQ sheet.

You apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Beth Van Gorp at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .   A complete job description is available by by request.

Development Fellow - The Development Fellow’s goal is to prepare for future employment in development through participation and leadership in a broad range of areas including database management, annual appeal, event planning, and major donor engagement.   Among other tasks, the Fellow will gain proficiency and expertise in the following areas: database management, annual appeal, event planning, and major donor engagement.  This proficiency will be gained by rotating through different development program areas.   As year-long projects, The Fellow will also manage the gift entry process and engage donors by creating and executing  a program to connect donors and homeowners through a variety of methods and the creation of the appropriate collateral, manage.

Habitat Charlotte’s Fellowship Program aims to provide professional development to talented, motivated, and proficient individuals interested in continued employment with Habitat in both the near and long term.    This is a short term, full-time, paid opportunity lasting one year.  Further employment beyond the term dates of the Fellowship are not guaranteed.   Because of the unique nature of this position, there will be a variety of required trainings.   Learn more by reading our Fellowship Program FAQ sheet.

You apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Beth Van Gorp at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .   A complete job description is available by by request.