Currently, we have two positions available at Habitat For Humanity of Broward.

  • (Full Time) Construction Site Supervisor
  • (Full Time) ReStore Donations Manager

We also have four AmeriCorps positions available.
Applications are now open for the 2018-2019 service term. Click on the following open positions to learn more and apply!

Resource Development
Community Outreach Coordinator
Construction Crew Leader
Volunteer Services Coordinator


Reports To:              Construction Manager


This position will be to supervise the construction of affordable homes. This individual should be skilled in all aspects of single family and townhouse construction, including new construction from vacant lot to C.O., and rehabilitation from existing structure to C.C.  This person must possess excellent people skills and be capable and enthusiastic about teaching and working with unskilled volunteers and prospective homeowners in all aspects of residential construction.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Education/Formal Training: High School or GED
  2. Work Experience: 3 years experience in townhouse and single-family residence construction
  3. Ability to lift 50 lbs. or more; ability to operate construction tools and equipment.
  4. Must be able to pass background check and drug testing.


On-site person who oversees the actual work performed by volunteers and sub-contractors is done correctly as per plans, manual and NOA for the specific site. Also performs skilled tasks as required to pass inspections and prepare site for volunteer groups.

  • Open site daily
  • Maintain daily sign in
  • Schedule inspections & ensure buildings are ready for inspections
  • Meet with Inspectors until inspections are passed
  • Teach construction skills to volunteers and prospective homeowners
  • Oversee daily work done by volunteers and paid sub-contractors
  • Ensure materials and tools are on the job site
  • Place orders, receive and store all building materials and deliveries, as needed
  • Control costs and stay within budget
  • Maintain daily site records and keep paperwork in order
  • Cultivate individual weekday repeat volunteers
  • Maintain safety on the site
  • Prepare site for the following work day
  • Report weekly work progress to the Construction Manager
  • Keep job site, warehouse and Habitat van clean of trash and trip hazards
  • Perform other duties as assigned


  1. Ability to supervise the construction of single family and townhouse dwellings
  2. Given a set of plans and a schedule, able to build from the ground up, as per plans and on schedule.
  3. Able to supervise all paid sub-contractors to ensure their work is done correctly and per plans.
  4. Able to lead volunteer groups to complete all tasks correctly as per manual and NOA.

Execute the following per plans:

  • Layout and install trusses and truss straps.
  • Layout and install dry in.
  • Layout and install framing.
  • Layout and install roofing shingles.
  • Install all windows and exterior doors.
  • Paint all interior and exterior walls and trim.
  • Install all interior doors and hardware.
  • Grade and install trees, mulch and sod.
  • Install kitchen and bath cabinets, vanities and hardware.
  • Install all appliances
  • Install sheeting, soffit and fascia (not on all builds)
  • Install hi-hats (not on all builds)

Time Requirements:

6:30am to 3:00pm Tuesday thru Saturday


  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • 403B Retirement Plan
  • POS Medical Insurance
  • Vision and Dental Insurance

Position is open until filled.

Resumes may be submitted via email to:
Subject Line: Construction Site Supervisor




REPORTS TO:              ReStore General Manager

General purpose of position:

Primarily responsible for overseeing the Donations Department, which involves scheduling donation pickups, answering incoming phone calls, retrieving voice mail messages and email messages, communicating to donors in a friendly and courteous manner, screening donations based on the donation criteria guidelines, managing the online donation process, data entry, managing the donation staff and volunteers, managing the truck drivers’ activities, monitoring the trucks’ daily routes via the GPS tracking devices, and creating donation activity reports

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manages the ReStore Donation Department
  • Schedules the Donation staff and/or volunteers
  • Meets with the truck drivers first thing in the morning to review the daily route schedule and helps trouble shoot schedule issues or problems as well as facilitating the drivers to leave by 8:30-9:00 AM
  • Uses the scheduling software system to schedule the trucks to pick up donations
  • Checks the ReStore’s voice messages throughout the day
  • In a friendly and courteous manner, answers the ReStore phone to field questions and screen donation calls to assure materials are acceptable and sellable
  • Encourages donors to drop off donations
  • Manages the online scheduling process
  • Monitors daily truck activities utilizing GPS tracking system and reports any unusual activity to the ReStore management team
  • Supervises the operations of the truck fleet, its maintenance, and Department of Transportation (DOT) compliance to assure continued operation
  • Responsible for morale and security
  • Develops reports based on pickup donation activities


  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Detail oriented with excellent administrative abilities
  • Skilled in the use and operation of computers
  • Good problem solving skills
  • High school degree or equivalent, with a minimum 5 year’s work experience
  • Must pass background check and drug testing

Reports to: Habitat ReStore General Manager and Managers

Time requirements: Full time (40 hours); 9:00am-6:00pm, Monday-Saturday

Salary range: $28-35K annually, depending on experience


  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • 403B Retirement Plan
  • POS Medical Insurance
  • Vision and Dental Insurance

Position is open until filled.

Resumes may be submitted via email to:
Subject Line: ReStore Donations Manager

Habitat for Humanity of Broward is committed to improving the lives of low income families by helping them build and buy their own simple, decent homes. Habitat offers families a hand up, not a hand out. Every partner family devotes at least 200 hours per adult of sweat equity to help build their home or a neighbor’s home and secures a 0% interest mortgage provided by Habitat. Habitat supports partner families with training in budgeting, home buyer education, and home and landscape maintenance training. To date, Habitat Broward has built 417 homes locally.

View our interactive website to see our work in progress:

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, or disability.

Habitat for Humanity of Broward is an Equal Opportunity Employer