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Chief Operating Officer

Department: Administration
Reports to: President and CEO
Status: Full-time/Exempt
Compensation: Competitive salary is commensurate with experience and includes full benefits package: medical, dental, vision and alternative care coverage; vacation and sick leave; holidays; flexible spending accounts; and retirement plan

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is responsible for leading the organizational change and rapid expansion as Habitat launches our bold 2017-2021 strategic plan that will triple number of people we serve in order to address the growing housing crisis in the Portland metro region. While supporting the CEO and the leadership team in executing the plan, the COO is responsible for implementation, oversight and execution of Habitat’s internal operations, programs, administration and financial management.

Working with the CEO and Leadership Team, the COO will develop organizational policies and goals, multi-year and annual plans, as well as financial models, budgets and controls to support annual and strategic goals. The COO will directly supervise the VP of Construction, VP of Homeownership and Neighborhood Programs, VP of Finance, Land Acquisition Project Manager and Human Resources Manager. These departments include approximately 25 employees. Total number of staff for the organization is about 90 part- and full-time employees.

This position requires a person who is passionate about Habitat’s mission, an emotionally intelligent leader and a skilled people manager who can coordinate the diverse aspects of the organization’s program, create a financially sustainable model for long-term operations, and build the organization’s capacity.

 

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:

Organizational Leadership

  • Provide effective and inspiring leadership across functional areas by being actively involved in all programs and services, developing broad and deep knowledge of all areas.
  • Manage, develop, evaluate and mentor staff, providing leadership and guidance in goal setting, problem solving, resource management and outcome achievement.
  • Help lead the development and implementation of the organization-wide Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plan.
  • Build organizational and staff capacity, develop processes that ensure the organization runs smoothly and establish an environment that promotes teamwork across the diverse aspects of the organization’s functions.
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of culture change, and serve as a catalyst for innovation and continuous improvement for the organization.
  • Lead performance management processes.
  • Encourages the utilization of volunteer support throughout the organization.
  • Lead large, multi-functional strategic projects requiring input and support from all areas of the organization. Be a positive change management leader and communicator for such projects.
    Program Management
  • Responsible for all aspects of organization’s program operations including Homeownership Programs, Neighborhood Revitalization, Land Development and Construction.
  • Oversight of large and small real estate development projects as determined by organizational strategic plan. Includes project planning, budgeting, government contract compliance, and timely completions for future homeowners.
  • Coordinates activities to ensure smooth transitions between departments, appropriate communication and efficient program delivery.
  • Manage, mentor and develop direct reports including prioritizing work, training and coaching, providing leadership insight to problem solving, performance evaluation, and regularly tracking progress on plans.
  • Builds capacity within the organization for increased housing production while maintaining a financially sustainable model.
  • Maintains a working knowledge of best practices and trends in the fields of affordable housing, residential construction, community development and non-profit management.

 

Communication & Planning

  •  Effectively communicates vision and goals with staff and community.
  • Works with CEO and Leadership Team to develop long-term strategic plan for organization and to oversee implementation of department goals and financial management.
  • Works with staff to develop annual work plans and measurements for personnel accountability and program efficiencies.
  • Monitors program activities for critical path processes and reacts to impacts of unplanned events.
  • Establishes benchmarks and metrics to evaluate staff and organizational performance against goals and oversees development of evaluation tools for program assessment.
  • Enhances the organization’s culture by reinforcing core values and fostering a positive work environment.

 

Administration & Finance

  • Guides and oversees administrative and reporting procedures, people systems and information technology.
  • Works with VP of Finance to develop and meet an annual organizational budget and financial projections.
  • Monitors the financial performance of the organization and develops long-term financial planning models for organizational sustainability.
  • Identifies and initiates opportunities to reduce expenses, create increased operational efficiencies and leverage assets/resources to increase Habitat’s capacity to serve families.

 

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Ability to balance leadership and management roles within a growing organization. Understands and is effective at change management.
  • Extensive organizational leadership, financial and project management experience.
  • Ability to develop, understand and analyze financial statements and projections to support the organization’s long term planning.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and within budget.
  • Able to identify, evaluate, problem solve and give direction regarding problem resolution for individual and organization-wide issues. Position requires an ability to manage conflict.
  • Makes decisions and solves problems independently and effectively.
  • Ability to think and act decisively.
  • Exceptional organizational and communication skills.
  • Works as an effective and proactive team player. Collaboration, networking and relationship-building skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with diverse constituents.
  •  Positive, optimistic outlook that fosters an upbeat work environment.
  • Diplomacy, outstanding representation of organization including public presentations.
  • Acceptance of and ability to work with diverse populations.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE:

  • BA/BS in business, marketing, finance or related field. Masters Degree preferred.
  • 8+ years of operations experience in an applicable setting (i.e. large corporate or nonprofit business, construction and real estate, social services and community development).
  • 8+ years of experience managing individuals and teams in an innovative environment.
  • Extensive experience leading cross-functional teams to execute on plans.

 

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES:

  • Commitment to Mission of Habitat for Humanity and in the people and neighborhoods it serves; genuine interest in and ability to relate to a highly diverse environment, clientele and constituencies.
  • Results Driven – a proven track record of exceeding goals and a bottom-line orientation; evidence of the ability to consistently make good decisions through a combination of analysis, wisdom, experience and judgment; high level of business acumen, including project management and creative resourcefulness.
  • Ethical – Willing to put principles and values first and demonstrate organizational values through words and actions.
  • Strategic Vision & Agility – Ability to think strategically, anticipate future consequences and trends and incorporate them into the organizational plan.
  • Analytical & Abstract Reasoning – Ability and experience interpreting a strategic vision into an operational model.
  • Capacity Building – Ability to effectively build organization and staff capacity, developing a topnotch workforce and the processes that ensure the organization runs smoothly. Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities, proposing new ways of creating efficiencies, and guiding investment in people and systems.
  • Leadership & Organization – Exceptional capacity for managing and leading people. Ability to connect with staff both on an individual level and in large groups; capacity to enforce accountability, develop and empower staff, cultivate entrepreneurship, align staff in order to maximize each employee’s potential.
  • Mature and Proactive- Evidence of having worked as a true business partner with executive staff. If coming from the for- profit world, nonprofit board experience is preferred.
  • Open – Interested in ideas and priorities of staff and will listen and incorporate their suggestions
  • Transparent – Willing to explain decisions and share information whenever possible.
  • Continuous Learner – Demonstrate that we can always get better in a way that does not diminish current capacity/strength.
  • Collaborative – Engage team in decision-making and high-level work, creating opportunities for growth for staff.

 

APPLICATION PACKETS MUST INCLUDE:

  • A complete resume, including dates of employment
  • A cover letter addressing how your personal and professional experiences have prepared you for this position and how you heard about the position
  • Three references: two professional and one personal To apply, submit the above information to: ramona@habitatportlandmetro.org with “COO” in the subject line by July 6.

 

Note: This job description is intended as a guideline only, and does not limit in any way the duties or responsibilities of any employee. Nothing herein shall be construed as a contract of employment, expressed or implied. All employment is terminable at will, with or without cause.

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East hires a workforce representative of the communities we serve, understanding that a diverse workforce strengthens our organization. We value diversity and support a positive and welcoming environment where all employees can thrive.

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve national guard status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.
For further information about Habitat visit our website at: http://habitatportlandmetro.org

Vice President of Finance

Department: Finance
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
Status: Full-time/Exempt
Compensation: Competitive salary is commensurate with experience and includes full benefits package: medical, dental, vision and alternative care coverage; vacation and sick leave; holidays; flexible spending accounts; and retirement plan

Summary:

Habitat for Humanity partners with people in local communities, and all over the world, to help them build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With community support, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

Started in 1981, Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East (HFHPME) revitalizes neighborhoods, builds affordable and sustainable homes, and empowers families through successful homeownership. HFHPME is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a global home building movement. HFHPME is one of the most successful affiliates in the nation and is on the leading edge of program development, innovation and fundraising.

Through our 2021 Strategic Plan, HFHPME will serve more people than ever before through decent and affordable housing. This innovative and bold plan will triple the number of families served annually and includes a shift to a new business model that leverages private fundraising with financial and nonprofit partnerships. The Vice President of Finance will play a critical role in implementing the new business model.

Position Overview:

Serving as an integral member of the leadership team, the Vice President of Finance is responsible for overseeing the financial management strategy of Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East.  In addition to the strategic components, the VP is responsible for coordinating the accuracy and integrity of our accounting, budgeting and mortgage related policies, practices, processes, data and reporting across the organization, and for managing the day‐to‐day cash and internal controls.

The VP of Finance leads a team of accounting and mortgage staff that executes all financial transactions and consults with department heads and staff to ensure accurate, timely, and useful financial information for the operating departments, management, Finance Committee and the Board of Directors. This encompasses construction job costing, thrift retail, mortgage servicing and lending, and nonprofit and government accounting.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee accounting functions including the general ledger, account reconciliations, transaction processing (AR, AP, GL), and purchase order control. Facilitate accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and annual closes and preparation of financial statements
  • Manage the Finance team to ensure the accurate and timely recording of all financial transactions
  • Report current and forecasted financial position of the organization to the President and the Board of Directors
  • Lead annual budget process and work with leadership team to control costs and stay in budget
  • Lead preparation of the financial audit and tax filings, working closely with external auditors; prepare highlights of key business indicators for the organization’s annual report
  • Serve as the staff lead on the Finance Committees of the Board of Directors
  • Manage cash-flow and bank accounts, and maintain accurate forecasts of organization’s cash position
  • Create monthly cash flow report for leadership team and Board
  • Maintains current knowledge and understanding of accounting and tax regulations, laws, industry trends, practices. Establish policies and procedures for compliance, including compliance with US government A‐133 reporting.
  • Support HR Manager with implementation of payroll and benefits
  • Procure and manage appropriate and comprehensive insurance coverage for the organization
  • In coordination with COO, ensure that the organization has adequate financial controls and establish additional controls as necessary
  • Assist COO in analysis of opportunities to improve business performance and effectiveness
  • Collaborate with Homeownership Programs, Construction, ReStore and Development departments regarding implementation of best practices; staying within established budgets and guidelines and streamlining processes
  • Oversee mortgage servicing and origination processes
  • Assure organization maintains current mortgage-related practices with federal regulations
  • Developer and maintain productive relationship with third party mortgage-related financial institutions
  • Oversee leverage of mortgage portfolio

 

Required Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in accounting and 5 – 8 years of related, directly relevant, and progressive general ledger accounting, financial management and supervisory experience in private business or non-profit organizations; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Professional accounting certifications, CPA and/or CMA, is preferred.
  • Substantial experience in mid-range accounting applications with strong technical and accounting systems foundation. Proven track record in creating structure and best practice internal controls within an organization is desired.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of financial regulatory guidelines and procedures as it relates to 501(c) 3; solid understanding of non-profit accounting and reporting, construction accounting, tax preparation and grant administration.
  • Strong knowledge of generally accepted accounting practices and principles to include cash flow management, financial analysis, understanding of GAAP, and creation and implementation of internal controls.
  • Possess skills in problem resolution, initiative, prioritizing, implementing process enhancements, and handling confidential and sensitive information
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
  • Excel at multi-tasking with various projects and deadlines; attention to detail a must
  • Strong organization and time management skills.
  • Commitment to affordable housing development and the mission of Habitat.

 

Application Packet Must Include:

  • A complete resume, including dates of employment
  • A cover letter addressing how your personal and professional experiences have prepared you for this position
  • Three references: at least two professional

 

To apply, submit the above information to: ramona@habitatportlandmetro.org with “HFH” in the subject line by Sept. 4.

Note: This job description is intended as a guideline only, and does not limit in any way the duties or responsibilities of any employee. Nothing herein shall be construed as a contract of employment, expressed or implied. All employment is terminable at will, with or without cause.

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East hires a workforce representative of the communities we serve, understanding that a diverse workforce strengthens our organization. We value diversity and support a positive and welcoming environment where all employees can thrive.

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve national guard status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.
For further information about Habitat visit our website at: http://habitatportlandmetro.org

Clark County ReStore Assistant Manager

Summary:

The Portland Metro ReStores are looking for an energetic, motivated individual to join our professional management team. The ReStore assistant manager is responsible for operations oversight and participation in whatever capacity required for efficient operations, up to and including managing the ReStore, at the directive and in absence of the ReStore manager. Assistant managers oversee, coordinate and manage in store volunteer engagement, including orientation, assignment of tasks, monitoring hours and reports, and carrying out discipline and termination, in coordination with Restore managers. ReStore assistant managers are expected to perform all tasks safely, efficiently, and effectively, and to use polite and respectful communication with staff, volunteers and customers.

 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Exhibit exemplary leadership and problem solving skills, including addressing unexpected issues and emergencies
  • Effectively control all aspects of ReStore operations
  • Manage customer and donor issues and complaints professionally and courteously
  • Manage time and work-load efficiently, including timely arrivals and reports
  • Use tools and equipment, such as a forklift, pallet jacks and dollies to move donations
  • Master communication tools, such as telephone, email and 2-way radio
  • Adapt to a changing work environment; learn and teach new operations skills as program develops
  • Dress appropriately, have a neat appearance and wear ReStore logo and name tag

Other duties as assigned, including taking a leadership role as needed

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • High school diploma or similar, college education a plus
  • Excellent reading, writing, communication and basic math skills
  • Minimum 1 year customer service experience
  • Minimum 1 year staff management experience
  • Experience volunteering and/or managing volunteers

 

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

This job operates in an open, warehouse retail environment. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift, move and/or load items over 50 pounds.

See full job description at http://www.pdxrestore.org/employment

 

Wage and Benefits:

Wage is $16.50 per hour and includes full benefits package: medical, dental, vision and alternative care coverage; vacation and sick leave; holidays; flexible spending accounts; and retirement plan.

 

APPLICATION PACKETS MUST INCLUDE:

A complete resume, including dates of employment A cover letter addressing how your personal and professional experiences have prepared you for this position Three references: two professional and one personal

Open until August 14th, 2017

Send completed application packet to shelmae@pdxrestore.org

 

Note: This job description is intended as a guideline only, and does not limit in any way the duties or responsibilities of any employee. Nothing herein shall be construed as a contract of employment, expressed or implied. All employment is terminable at will, with or without cause.

ReStore Associate, Part Time - Gresham

Summary:

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore home improvement outlets take donated new and used building materials, furniture, appliances, lighting fixtures and other home goods, then sell them to raise money for Habitat home-building projects while 
keeping tons of reusable materials out of area landfills.The ReStore Associate is responsible for working with other staff and volunteers to manage all aspects of day-to- day retail operations as directed. 


ReStore Associates are expected to perform all tasks safely, efficiently, and effectively, and to use polite and respectful communication with staff, volunteers and customers. If you are highly motivated, have retail experience, wish to live in a fun, vibrant and green city this is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-growing team! 

Key Responsibilities

  • Train volunteers to complete ReStore tasks and support with reviews and follow-up 
  • Greet donors and inspect donations; accept items that meet our guidelines and decline those that do not 
  • Clean and price donations; place priced items on the sales floor 
  • Clean and organize all store and receiving areas, including break and rest rooms, and outdoor areas 
  • Greet and assist customers in the store, including loading, measuring and answering questions 
  • Cashier and manage opening and closing of store 

 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Work as a team with staff and volunteers, following the lead and direction of senior staff
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment
  • Manage time well, such as timely arrival for shift, reporting hours, taking appropriate breaks, and managing donation flow urgency
  • Use tools and equipment, such as a forklift, pallet jacks and dollies to move donations
  • Follow and enforce safety requirements with other staff and volunteers
  • Master communication tools, such as telephone, email and 2-way radio
  • Adapt to a changing work environment; learn new operations skills as program develops 
  • Dress appropriately, have a neat appearance and wear ReStore logo and nametag

Other duties as assigned, including taking a leadership role as needed

 

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

This job operates in an open, warehouse retail environment. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift, move and/or load items over 50 pounds.

 

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

This job operates in an open, warehouse retail environment. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift, move and/or load items over 50 pounds.

See full job description at http://www.pdxrestore.org/employment

 

Wage and Benefits:

This is a part time position starting at $12.50 per hour and includes vacation and sick leave; holidays; flexible spending accounts; and retirement plan.

 

APPLICATION PACKETS MUST INCLUDE:

  1. A complete resume, including dates of employment 
  2. A cover letter addressing how your personal and professional experiences have prepared you for this position 
  3. Three references: two professional and one personal 

 

Please e-mail complete application to brieana@pdxrestore.org. We will be accepting applications until 4pm August 31st.

 

Note: This job description is intended as a guideline only, and does not limit in any way the duties or responsibilities of any employee. Nothing herein shall be construed as a contract of employment, expressed or implied. All employment is terminable at will, with or without cause.

ReStore Associate, Full-Time - Portland Metro ReStores

Summary:

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore home improvement outlets take donated new and used building materials, furniture, appliances, lighting fixtures and other home goods, then sell them to raise money for Habitat home-building projects while keeping tons of reusable materials out of area landfills.

The ReStore Associate is responsible for working with other staff and volunteers to manage all aspects of day-to-day retail operations as directed.

ReStore Associates are expected to perform all tasks safely, efficiently, and effectively, and to use polite and respectful communication with staff, volunteers and customers.

If you are highly motivated, have retail experience, wish to live in a fun, vibrant and green city this is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-growing team!

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Train volunteers to complete ReStore tasks and support with reviews and follow-up
  • Greet donors and inspect donations; accept items that meet our guidelines and decline those that do not
  • Clean and price donations; place priced items on the sales floor
  • Clean and organize all store and receiving areas, including break and rest rooms, and outdoor areas
  • Greet and assist customers in the store, including loading, measuring and answering questions
  • Cashier and manage opening and closing of store

 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Work as a team with staff and volunteers, following the lead and direction of senior staff
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment
  • Manage time well, such as timely arrival for shift, reporting hours, taking appropriate breaks, and managing donation flow urgency
  • Use tools and equipment, such as a forklift, pallet jacks and dollies to move donations
  • Follow and enforce safety requirements with other staff and volunteers
  • Master communication tools, such as telephone, email and 2-way radio
  • Adapt to a changing work environment; learn new operations skills as program develops 
  • Dress appropriately, have a neat appearance and wear ReStore logo and nametag

Other duties as assigned, including taking a leadership role as needed

 

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

This job operates in an open, warehouse retail environment. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift, move and/or load items over 50 pounds.

 

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

This job operates in an open, warehouse retail environment. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift, move and/or load items over 50 pounds.

 

Wage and Benefits:

This is a part time position starting at $12.50 per hour and includes vacation and sick leave; holidays; flexible spending accounts; and retirement plan.

 

Reports To:

Danny Dunn Portland ReStore Manager

 

Position Type:

Full-Time/Non-Exempt

APPLICATION PACKETS MUST INCLUDE:

  1. A complete resume, including dates of employment 
  2. A cover letter addressing how your personal and professional experiences have prepared you for this position 
  3. Three references: two professional and one personal 

 

Please e-mail complete application to danny@pdxrestore.org. We will be accepting applications until 4pm Sept 4th.

 

Note: This job description is intended as a guideline only, and does not limit in any way the duties or responsibilities of any employee. Nothing herein shall be construed as a contract of employment, expressed or implied. All employment is terminable at will, with or without cause.

ReStore Associate, Part-Time - Clark County Habitat Store

Summary:

The ReStore Associate is responsible for working with other staff and volunteers to manage all aspects of day-to-day retail operations as directed.   

ReStore Associates are expected to perform all tasks safely, efficiently, and effectively, and to use polite and respectful communication with staff, volunteers and customers.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Train volunteers to complete ReStore tasks and support with reviews and follow-up
  • Greet donors and inspect donations; accept items that meet our guidelines and decline those that do not
  • Clean and price donations; place priced items on the sales floor
  • Clean and organize all store and receiving areas, including break and rest rooms, and outdoor areas
  • Greet and assist customers in the store, including loading, measuring and answering questions
  • Cashier and manage opening and closing of store

 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Work as a team with staff and volunteers, following the lead and direction of senior staff
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment
  • Manage time well, such as timely arrival for shift, reporting hours, taking appropriate breaks, and managing donation flow urgency
  • Use tools and equipment, such as a forklift, pallet jacks and dollies to move donations
  • Follow and enforce safety requirements with other staff and volunteers
  • Master communication tools, such as telephone, email and 2-way radio
  • Adapt to a changing work environment; learn new operations skills as program develops 
  • Dress appropriately, have a neat appearance and wear ReStore logo and nametag

Other duties as assigned, including taking a leadership role as needed

 

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

This job operates in an open, warehouse retail environment. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift, move and/or load items over 50 pounds.

 

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

This job operates in an open, warehouse retail environment. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee must frequently lift, move and/or load items over 50 pounds.

 

Reports To:

ReStore Manager

 

Position Type:

Part-Time/Non-Exempt

 

Please e-mail a complete application to andrew@pdxrestore.org. We will be accepting applications until 4pm Wednesday, Sept 6th.

 

Note: This job description is intended as a guideline only, and does not limit in any way the duties or responsibilities of any employee. Nothing herein shall be construed as a contract of employment, expressed or implied. All employment is terminable at will, with or without cause.

Anti-Discrimination Policy

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East expects all staff, board and volunteers to behave in a way that reinforces the mission and founding principles of the organization. Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East, therefore, does not discriminate against any employee, volunteer, partner family or applicant for a Habitat home on the basis of race, color, cultural heritage, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, physical condition, political affiliation, source of income, veteran status or any other status protected under local, state, or federal law. This policy extends to all personnel decisions, terms and conditions of employment, vendor contracts and provision of services. Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East does not tolerate harassment for any reason. Respect for the dignity of others shall be the guiding principle for our relations with each other. Want to know more? Read our Frequently Asked Questions or see who qualifies for our program. Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization. If you would like more information about our organization or programs, please contact us at 503-287-9529. Thank you for your interest!