Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity is looking for people dedicated to serving our community and our homebuyers on our mission to share God’s love through providing affordable homeownership to hardworking families in Bryan and College Station.

Open positions


Job Status: Full Time
Reports To: Construction Superintendent Amount of Travel Required: 80%
Positions Supervised: (NON-Staff) Volunteers, Construction Coordinators, and Student Worker Assistants

The Construction Project Manager is empowered to assist the Construction Superintendent to manage continuous, critical, and significant tasks and projects which support the overall productivity of the Construction Department. Working collaboratively with B/CS Habitat for Humanity staff, volunteers, vendors, trade partners, governmental, and non-profit entities to ensure the completion of safe, secure, and affordable housing within the affiliate service area. The Construction Project Manager is responsible for all Construction Student Coordinator/Assistants’ schedules and delegation of job assignments with approval from the Construction Superintendent. On-site volunteer management and logistics in conjunction with the Director of Volunteer Engagement. Primary tasks will be assisting the Construction Superintendent with all onsite and construction warehouse activities. Position may also support the Director of Property Acquisition, Development, and Maintenance with adequate notice to Director of Construction and Construction Superintendent.

Essential Functions Statement(s)

  • In accordance with B/CS Habitat for Humanity plans and quality requirements, assist Construction Superintendent with all construction related activity and provide supplemental leadership to assigned construction personnel, including all volunteers, student workers, and Week Day Crew members
  • Instructs and manages Construction Work-Study Coordinators & Assistants as necessary
  • Works closely with the Construction Superintendent to ensure materials and services needs are provided in a timely manner to the job sites
  • Treat partner families and volunteers with respect and dignity. Strive to make their involvement meaningful and worthwhile. Instruct all Week Day Crew leaders, volunteers, and student workers of this requirement
  • Understand the unique elements that contribute to efficient and effective volunteer output and help ensure that volunteers have a consistently valued and worthwhile experience thus, motivating them to return and continue volunteering
  • Understand, implement, and expand Habitat for Humanity building standards and practices while providing essential collaborative and supportive leadership at B/CS Habitat for Humanity
  • Ensures schedules and departmental goals are reached by anticipating, reacting to, and developing appropriate actions plans to avoid common and unforeseen obstacles
  • Assist Construction Superintendent in preparation for all required inspections to ensure the highest quality of workmanship and strict adherence to all local, state, federal, and international building codes
  • Evaluate and implement good safety practices and consistently stress safety on all construction projects and affiliate events
  • Ensure that all trade partners, vendors, staff, student workers, and volunteers are oriented to HFHI and OSHA safety issues and take necessary steps to maintain a safe worksite in compliance with all relevant regulations
  • Identify volunteer opportunities/needs not currently met and communicate needs to the Construction Superintendent or Director of Construction
  • Oversee all warranty complaints and repairs from Habitat homeowners
  • Meet long and short-term goals established by the Construction Superintendent & Director of Construction
  • May dismiss or reject anybody on the construction site provided adequate disciplinary document data is furnished
  • Other duties as assigned by the Construction Superintendent or Director of Construction
  • Provide calm, confident, and positive leadership to the Construction Department and follow the vision and mission of B/CS Habitat for Humanity
  • Assist with agency events, as needed. Some nights and weekends are mandatory
  • Disseminate information readily to stake holders as appropriate
  • Submit accurate and detailed reports according to deadlines to the Construction Superintendent and Director of Construction
  • Cross-train with staff to ensure a steady flow of business despite excused/unforeseen absences
  • Ensure that all areas and buildings are clean, organized, safe, and in compliance with all codes
  • Develop and maintain relationships for a continual knowledge exchange with staff at B/CS Habitat for Humanity, other Habitat for Humanity affiliates in/out of state, and local industry partners
  • Support, adhere to, and enforce core values, employment policies, strategic plan, and operations manual for B/CS Habitat for Humanity.
  • Assist with the completion all projects in a timely fashion, at optimal cost, within budget as possible to ensure the highest grade of workmanship possible.
  • Collaborate with Director of Volunteer Engagement and Construction Superintendent to communicate volunteer needs for work sites with sufficient lead time to ensure adequate staffing and preparation.
  • Collaborate with Homebuyer Services Department in communicating with active, completed, and pending homeowners in signing building contracts for houses, completing items on punch lists, solving any reported deficiencies within the first year of occupancy, and attendance and productivity on active work sites and construction warehouse
  • In addition, correct any structural problems within the periods required by law in the State of Texas, federal building codes, and International Residential and Commercial codes
  • Assist in the selection, timely acquisition, delivery, and security of quality materials, tools and supplies, as much as possible to complete all active projects on schedule on site and at the construction warehouse
  • Maintain proficiency in Energy Star, LEED, and other green building techniques and implement them into the building of Habitat homes.
  • Participate in training for construction personnel, trade partners, vendors, and volunteers.
  • Foster an environment that cultivates innovation, initiative, advocacy, and inclusiveness for personnel.

link: Full job description

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