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There are no employment positions open at this time. However, we encourage those interested to check this page frequently for future openings. In the meantime, if you’d like to get involved, we encourage you to look at our volunteer opportunities.

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Homeownership Program Manager

Department: Homeownership Programs

Reports to: Vice President of Homeownership and Neighborhood Programs

Status: Full-Time/Exempt

Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, retirement and other benefits

Summary:

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East (HFHP/ME) revitalizes neighborhoods, builds affordable and sustainable homes, and empowers families through successful homeownership. The Homeownership Program Manager is responsible for ensuring a successful transition to homeownership for Habitat for Humanity homebuyers. The Manager will direct key aspects of the homeownership program, including homebuyer selection and homebuyer support and education.          

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage all aspects of the homeowner selection process in compliance with all relevant state and federal regulations.
  • Train and lead the volunteer homeowner selection committee.
  • Revise policies and procedures for homeowner selection in accordance with the organization’s strategic plan.
  • With other department staff, refine policies and procedures for the homeownership program as needed.
  • Create and oversee the implementation of annual outreach plans to potential program applicants.
  • Manage all aspects of homebuyer support from initial program orientation to completion of program requirements.
  • Provide direction for the design and implementation of homeowner education.
  • Manage the collection and sharing of data needed for evaluation, reporting, resource development, advocacy, and communication.
  • Cultivate and maintain strong working relationships with local housing providers to advance the goals of the homeownership program.
  • Supervise one employee and 1-2 HabiCorps volunteers.
  • Serve as an articulate, enthusiastic and visible spokesperson for the organization.
  • Create and sustain strong working partnerships with other members of the team and contribute to Habitat’s culture of teamwork and collaboration.

 

Required Skills and Experience:

  • Commitment to serving families and individuals with low-incomes and advancing the critical call for affordable homeownership.
  • Proven success working with families and individuals with low-incomes and very diverse backgrounds.
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Strong analytical, organizational and planning skills and the ability to think strategically.
  • Ability to effectively work with, manage, and lead volunteers.
  • Excel at multi-tasking with various projects and deadlines; attention to detail a must.
  • Comfortable working in a collaborative environment, as part of a team as well as independently.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, effective with diverse audiences.
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office programs.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, open, team-oriented, business casual office.
  • Able to work nights and weekends as necessary.

 

Preferred Skills and Experience:

  • Experience supervising staff and volunteers.
  • Written and verbal fluency in Spanish.
  • A minimum of 3 years experience in roles of increasing responsibility and leadership for organizations, or equivalent experience and education.

 

To apply, submit resume and cover letter to Ramona Reule at Ramona@habitatportlandmetro.org by May 10th 2016.

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 is an equal opportunity employer.

Salvage Services Manager

Department: Salvage Services

Reports To: Vice President of Retail Operations

Status: Full Time/Exempt

Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience.  Benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, retirement and other benefits
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 Salvage Services Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the salvage service, including, but not limited to, oversight of staff and volunteers, customer service, project scheduling, estimating and program planning and budgeting.

Portland, Oregon is one of the most exciting places to be if you are interested in the deconstruction industry.  In October 2016, Portland will be one of the first cities that will have code language drafted specifically requiring deconstruction!  You can be a leader in this field while joining the management team of one of the most successful ReStore operations in the country.  If you are highly motivated, have experience in construction or deconstruction, wish to live in a fun, vibrant and green city this is a great opportunity!  Come join our team!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Direct and oversee kitchen and nonstructural deconstruction program
  • Build and develop ReStore program for third party full deconstruction partnerships
  • Work with VP of Retail Operations on creating and maintaining a budget and long-term plan for the program
  • Work directly with all members of the management team as necessary to grow the program
  • Recruitment, training and guidance of staff and volunteers
  • Provide verbal and written performance feedback to staff and volunteers
  • Direct outreach to demolition contractors, remodelers, general contractors and other potential clients
  • Assist other salvage entities, the City of Portland, and Metro in promoting and educating the public about deconstruction
  • Stay up to date on OSHA guidelines, industry best practices, and update staff and volunteer trainings as needed
  • Maintain tools and vehicles to allow for a safe, fun and productive on-site environment for staff and volunteers
  • Schedule and estimate fees for projects, create contracts, and provide quality customer service and support
  • Collect and record project documentation and fees for the finance department.
  • Work on-site with staff and volunteers as needed
  • Handle any customer service issues and recognize when issues should be elevated to the VP of Retail Operations

 

Required Skills and Abilities:

  • Work as a team with management, staff and volunteers
  • High level knowledge of tools involved in deconstruction and ability to train others in their use.
  • High level knowledge of reusable materials and how to maximize salvage
  • High level knowledge of the market for materials
  • Deconstructor Credential or ability to work toward credential
  • Manage time well, such as timely arrival for shift, reporting hours, taking appropriate breaks, and managing sites effectively
  • Master of communication including telephone, e-mail, Google drive and tablets
  • Ability to adapt to a changing work environment; learn new operations and skills as program develops
  • Maintain and nurture a professional environment for salvage service staff and volunteers
  • Work with the VP of Retail Operations on other duties as assigned, including taking on leadership roles within the community and management team

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Five years deconstruction, estimating, construction, or remodeling experience
  • Three years managing staff and/or volunteers
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to drive large box trucks
  • Ability to safely lift 75 lbs. regularly and to team lift heavier items through varied terrain(i.e. granite countertops, large solid wood cabinets, and large appliances)
  • Ability to work in varied environments (rain, wind, hot, cold etc.)

 

To apply, submit resume and cover letter to jobs@pdxrestore.orgOpen until filled.  First interviews starting the week of May 2.  Please apply early.

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 is an equal opportunity employer.

Portland ReStore Assistant Manager

Department: ReStore

Reports To: Portland ReStore Manager

Status: Full Time

Compensation: In addition to salary pay, benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, retirement and other benefits
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 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.

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.

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:

  • Lead and mentor supervisor and associate staff, including giving directives, at managers discretion
  • In-store volunteer program management, including cultivating relationships with programs and volunteers, administration, interviews and directives, scheduling and reporting
  • Collaborate with and take direction from volunteer program manager
  • Safety officer: complete and file weekly, monthly and quarterly reports for in-store safety program
  • Site oversight, management and maintenance, including enforcing safety requirements
  • Cashier lead: understand and be able to troubleshoot POS system, train volunteer cashiers
  • Train staff and volunteers to complete ReStore tasks and support with reviews and follow-up
  • Greet and assist customers in the store, including loading, measuring and answering questions
  • Discovery of and follow through on necessary actions and delegation of tasks

 

Required 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.

To apply, submit resume and cover letter to shelmae@pdxrestore.orgOpen until filled.  Please apply early.

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 is an equal opportunity employer.

AMERICORPS CONSTRUCTION CREW LEADER

Supervisor: Construction Site Supervisor

The AmeriCorps team member in this role is integral to our goal of building more homes and better neighborhoods and communities throughout our service area.  The member will give the necessary boost to significantly increase the number of families our affiliate is able to serve through our new construction, critical home repair and rehab projects.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with hand-on construction tasks, including, but not limited to, demolition, site preparation, framing, insulation, drywall, flooring, roofing, finish carpentry and landscaping.
  • Maintain site safety through modeling of safety practices and guidelines, volunteer education, and site monitoring. Attend safety trainings with our construction staff
  • Help with materials management on site and at the affiliate warehouse. Pick up/gather materials needed for projects
  • Collaborate with construction staff to identify skilled/enthusiastic volunteers and cultivate their involvement in Habitat’s work (i.e. encourage them to consider being trained as regular site leaders and/or returning volunteers)
  • Provide on-site orientations and safety talks to groups of volunteers and family partners
  • Participate in planning and debriefing meetings each day
  • Attend and participate in select affiliate events; responsibilities may include set up, clean up, and engaging with attendees and informing them about the AmeriCorps program, our affiliate’s mission and NRI programming, and how to become a volunteer and/or family partner
  • Assist the site supervisor and construction manager in day to day construction activities, i.e.; all aspects of construction, troubleshooting mechanical problems, tool and site organization, picking up materials and supplies for job site, site clean-up and maintenance, and assisting skilled trades people
  • Lead volunteers and homeowners on construction tasks, ensuring that they are well-employed while on the project sites; teach complex construction techniques in an empowering and accessible way while maintaining compliance with Habitat safety protocols at the build site
  • Act as a host to homeowners and volunteers by welcoming them, signing them in, making sure coffee, water, and other hospitality supplies are available to volunteers; present “Habitat 101” at the start of each workday; and answer questions on Habitat history, policy and programs
  • Help to create a work environment that is productive and inclusive of all (homeowners, regular volunteers, new volunteers and staff)
  • Assist with warranty issues at completed Habitat projects including recruiting and organizing skilled volunteers on warranty work
  • Complete the reporting and timesheet requirements of the AmeriCorps program in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner
  • Arrive on time and ready to serve, and promote the mission, goals and values of the AmeriCorps program

 

Required:

  • Age 18 or older
  • A U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident
  • High School diploma or GED required
  • Strong verbal communication skills
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people
  • Experience working as a member of a team
  • Knowledgeable about the mission and activities of Habitat for Humanity
  • Previous experience as a construction AmeriCorps member or with a residential homebuilder preferred
  • Experience working with volunteers or teaching/group faciliation experience desirable
  • Driver’s license required, CDL preferred; must be comfortable driving standard and automatic pickup trucks and full-size trucks. Must be able to meet host site’s insurance requirements
  • Ability to be on one’s feet for extended periods of time, often on rough and uneven terrain
  • Ability to lift at least 50 lbs. on a regular basis
  • Ability to work on ladders and heights of up to two-stories
  • Ability to work in varying weather conditions – sites are often not heated during winter and not air-conditioned during summer

 

AmeriCorps members receive a living allowance, education award upon completion of the service year, health benefits and childcare benefits if eligible.

  • Living allowance – up to $12,530 for a full 46.5 weeks of service
  • Housing stipend – $300 a month
  • Education award – $5,775 upon successful completion of service


To apply, submit a motivational statement along with your resume
to: ramona@habitatportlandmetro.org with “HFH AmeriCorps – Construction Crew Leader” in the subject by Friday, June 10, 2016, at 5:00 p.m.

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East revitalizes neighborhoods, builds affordable and sustainable homes, and empowers families through successful homeownership. Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a global home building movement. Habitat welcomes people from all walks of life to partner in serving families in need and creating a better community for everyone who lives here.

AMERICORPS COMMUNITY OUTREACH SPECIALIST

Supervisor: Neighborhood Revitalization Manager

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East creates successful homeownership by partnering hardworking families in need with the community to build healthy, affordable homes. The Neighborhood Revitalization program enables Habitat to serve more families by responding to community aspirations with an expanded array of products, services and partnerships, empowering residents to revive their neighborhoods and enhance their quality of life.

The member will be responsible for leading homeowner application and selection for Habitat’s Home Repair and Preservation Program, and providing continuing support to partner families throughout the repair process.

Responsibilities:

  • Respond to inquiries from potential applicants regarding the Home Repair and Preservation Program criteria and selection process
  • Conduct outreach to identify potential applicants for the Home Repair and Preservation Program
  • Update and maintain applicant files and Home Repair recipient files and tracking
  • Process completed repair applications and complete brief home visits with construction staff to assess home repair needs and willingness to partner
  • Review scope of work, payment schedules, and sweat equity requirements with selected homeowners
  • Support homeowners throughout repair process by maintaining regular communication
  • Coordinate with construction staff to schedule projects and volunteer program staff to assess home repair volunteer needs
  • Review scope of work, payment schedules and sweat equity requirements with selected homeowners.
  • Track sweat equity and assist repair partner families with volunteer hours
  • Build relationships and partner with residents, local agencies and community stakeholders.
  • Identify community improvement projects for Rock the Block and design and execute projects in coordination with affiliate staff
  • Engage residents from the local community to participate in Living Cully Coalition activities and events
  • Regularly attend meetings relevant to building the Neighborhood revitalization program. Examples include local governance, community beautification, health and social service meetings and resident meetings.

 

Required: 

  • Age 18 or older
  • A U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident
  • High school diploma or GED required; bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Ability to work with low-income families of very diverse backgrounds
  • Interest in and commitment to low-income homeownership
  • Detailed oriented
  • MS Word, Excel computer skills
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • High level of interpersonal skills
  • Bilingual Spanish speaker a plus

 

AmeriCorps members receive a living allowance, education award upon completion of the service year, health benefits and childcare benefits if eligible. Low cost shared housing is provided.

  • Living allowance – up to $12,530 for a full 46.5 weeks of service
  • Housing stipend – $300 a month
  • Education award – $5,775 upon successful completion of service


To apply, submit a motivational statement along with your resume
to: ramona@habitatportlandmetro.org with “HFH AmeriCorps – Community Outreach Specialist” in the subject by Friday, June 10, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. 

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East revitalizes neighborhoods, builds affordable and sustainable homes, and empowers families through successful homeownership. Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a global home building movement. Habitat welcomes people from all walks of life to partner in serving families in need and creating a better community for everyone who lives here.

AMERICORPS DECONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR

Supervisor:  Salvage Service Manager

The Deconstruction AmeriCorps member will help obtain materials from homes and businesses in the Portland-metro area from owners who are interested in donating used or excess building supplies.  Added revenue from this service will assist more families in our community.  The goal of the deconstruction team is to salvage and divert over 585 tons of material from being deposited into local landfills.

Responsibilities:

  • On-site material procurement:
  • Assist program manager and or lead in the safe removal and processing of resalable items from remodel projects throughout the community.
  • Assist and/or manage material processing to maximize the amount of material that can be diverted from the landfill o
  • Lead volunteers, organize tools and safety equipment for on-site salvage efforts
  •  Build and nurture customer relations for future projects and referrals
  • Assist with research and planning of perspective projects:
  • Assist in the use of new techniques for deconstruction
  • Field questions on deconstruction
  • Assist with carrying out project plans
  • Tool organization and procurement:
  • Maintenance and care of deconstruction tools
  • Assist with the purchasing of needed tools with oversight from program manager
  • Maintain inventory of needed safety supplies
  • Assist with volunteer management:
  • Assist with recruitment and utilization of volunteers
  • Help maintain safe, fun and productive on-site environment for volunteers with goal of maximizing   volunteer retention
  • Partner with store volunteer coordinators as needed for volunteer procurement
  • Document volunteer hours

 

Required:

  • Age 18 or older
  • A U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident
  • High School diploma or GED required
  • Vehicle for getting to ReStore office (transit is possible, but limited)
  • Knowledge of and commitment to Habitat for Humanity mission
  • Knowledge of deconstruction techniques (desired)
  • Knowledge of building processes (desired)
  • Become familiar with Habitat store products to maximize on-site recovery of sellable items
  • Vaild Driver’s License and no serious driving related convictions/at fault accidents, willingness to drive pick-ups and box trucks
  • Ability to lift at least 50 lbs regularly

 

AmeriCorps members receive a living allowance, education award upon completion of the service year, health benefits and childcare benefits, if eligible.

  • Living allowance – up to $12,530 for a full 46.5 weeks of service
  • Housing stipend – $300 a month
  • Education award – $5,775 upon successful completion of service


To apply, submit a motivational statement along with your resume
to: ramona@habitatportlandmetro.org with “HFH AmeriCorps – Deconstruction Coordinator” in the subject by Friday, June 10, 2016, at 5:00 p.m. 

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East revitalizes neighborhoods, builds affordable and sustainable homes, and empowers families through successful homeownership. Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a global home building movement. Habitat welcomes people from all walks of life to partner in serving families in need and creating a better community for everyone who lives here.

AMERICORPS VISTA RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT

Supervisor: Annual Fund Manager

The Resource Development AmeriCorps team member will help bring new ideas and implement new procedures to our annual fund programs. The member will work with the Annual Fund Manager to deepen donor cultivation of annual fund donors and bring additional structure and focus to the overall annual fund effort.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Annual Fund Manager in planning and executing organization-wide events, which include event logistics, host and sponsor recruitment calls and crafting the silent auction
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the major gift module of our Raiser’s Edge software to ensure that we are maximizing this tool
  • Research, develop and implement ways to grow and sustain the affiliate’s organization-wide events and fundraising programs, specifically focusing on the annual auction fundraiser, the Hard Hat & Black Tie Dinner and Auction 2016 and the matching gifts program.
  • Research the past success of an existing annual fund program and develop and implement a strategy to grow the program.
  • Conduct an internal review of the strategy and develop a sustainable plan.
  • Research methodologies with which to further increase the attendance at and revenue from one of the host site’s two signature events – the HopeBuilder Breakfast – and research ways to increase attendance of community representatives at a dedication ceremony.
  • Develop a plan to implement selected elements of the research results with input and direction from the Annual Fund Manager.
  • Implement the plan elements and conduct a review to determine the effectiveness of the plan.
  • Research, develop and implemented a new in-kind donations solicitation system for the Hard Hat & Black Tie Dinner and Auction 2017.
  • Manage a 3rd part event.
  • Conduct an internal review of a suggested solicitation system and implement results of the review.

 

Required:

  • Age 18 or older
  • A U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident
  • High School diploma or GED required
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Able to successfully manage complex logistical projects
  • Detail oriented
  • Research savvy
  • Microsoft Office computer skills
  • Strong search engine understanding
  • Excellent written communication
  • Must be able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Ability to sit in front of a computer for long periods of time

 

AmeriCorps members receive a living allowance, education award upon completion of the service year, health benefits and childcare benefits if eligible. Low cost shared housing is provided.

  • Living allowance – $973 per month
  • Housing stipend – $300 a month
  • Education award – $5,775 upon successful completion of service or end-of-service stipend of $1,500 after the successful completion of service


To apply, submit a motivational statement along with your resume
to: ramona@habitatportlandmetro.org with “HFH AmeriCorps – VISTA Resource Development Assistant” in the subject by Friday, June 10, 2016, at 5:00 p.m.

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East revitalizes neighborhoods, builds affordable and sustainable homes, and empowers families through successful homeownership. Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a global home building movement. Habitat welcomes people from all walks of life to partner in serving families in need and creating a better community for everyone who lives here.

AMERICORPS VISTA BUSINESS RELATIONS OUTREACH ASSISTANT

Supervisor: Business Relations Director

Responsibilities:

  • Continue growing volunteer recruitment, refining training tools, and maintaining focus on the retention of program volunteers
  • Continue the management, development, implementation, documentation and sustainability of the ReStore Ambassador Outreach Team
  • Improve methods of volunteer recruitment, utilization and recognition – enhancing engagement with the business community and its investment in the mission of the affiliate and ReStores
  • Monitor ReStore business donation activity and help develop outreach strategies
  • Develop, implement and document sustainable marketing and outreach strategies that contribute toward an increase in unrestricted revenue
  • Staff job fairs, career fairs and volunteer information events focusing on volunteer recruitment
  • Create and develop new tools and prcoesses for improved business donor data gathering
  • Coordinate recruitment research, data and processes
  • Complete quarterly/annual program analysis of best practices for continiung and expanding ReStore Ambassador Outreach Team.
  • Evaluate current ReStore volunteer activities and processes for purpose of creating new ReStore volunteer business outreach team
  • Report regularly to the Business Relations Director via regularly scheduled meetings on business outreach team’s progress, developing donor relations and donation levels. Identify needs and make adjustments as necessary
  • Ensure that the business outreach team is sustainable and will continue at the host site after the completion of the VISTA term by updating volunteer orientation manual and training staff/volunteers on the new program

 

Required:

  • Age 18 or older
  • A U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident
  • High School diploma or GED required
  • Valid Driver’s License and ability to meet host site’s insurance requirements
  • Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word/Excel), Power Point, Internet research, APPshore program helpful
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people
  • Detail oriented and highly organized
  • Knowledge of, and willingness to promote, the mission and activities of Habitat for Humanity, ReStores and AmeriCorps
  • Strong research skills
  • Experience working as a member of a team
  • Ability to complete the reporting and timesheet requirements of the AmeriCorps program in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner
  • Ability to sit at a desk and computer for extended periods of time
  • About 20% of this position requires outreach in the community, including visiting other ReStores and community locations for speaking and recruitment activities that may have stairs.

 

Preferred:

  • Public speaking/presentation experience
  • Marketing experience
  • Experience working with volunteers
  • Group facilitation and teaching skills
  • Project management experience

 

AmeriCorps members receive a living allowance, education award upon completion of the service year, health benefits and childcare benefits if eligible.

  • Living allowance – $973 per month
  • Housing stipend – $300 a month
  • Education award – $5,775 upon successful completion of service or end-of-service stipend of $1,500 after the successful completion of service


To apply, submit a motivational statement along with your resume
to: ramona@habitatportlandmetro.org, with “HFH AmeriCorps – VISTA Business Relations Outreach Assistant” in the subject by Friday, June 10, 2016,  at 5:00 p.m.  

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East revitalizes neighborhoods, builds affordable and sustainable homes, and empowers families through successful homeownership. Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a global home building movement. Habitat welcomes people from all walks of life to partner in serving families in need and creating a better community for everyone who lives here.

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!