Home Repair Project Director Position
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Do you have skills and experience in carpentry? Do you wish you had more time to use your talents to help those less fortunate? As Project Director at Bethlehem Farm, every day you will use your carpentry skills in service to the people of West Virginia.
The Home Repair Project Director works for Bethlehem Farm, a small Catholic nonprofit organization serving the people of Summers, Monroe, and Greenbrier Counties, West Virginia, through home repair and providing service experiences for young adult volunteers. Our low-income home repair program serves local homeowners who cannot afford a contractor by utilizing week-long volunteers, led and supervised by our staff. The Project Director trains full-time staff in work site management and coordinates the low-income home repair program, including client interaction, site assessment, project planning, implementation, and documentation. Requirements include 5 years experience in construction/carpentry, extensive knowledge of home repair, tools, and worksite safety, valid driver’s license, and ability to teach and supervise unskilled volunteers. Full-time preferred, but part-time options available. 32-50 hours per week. Salary negotiable based on skill, experience, and degree level. Benefits include health insurance, sick and vacation time, development opportunities, some meals, and knowing you are helping others. On-site housing options available.
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