Job Title: Construction Site supervisor
Part Time: 10-20 hours per Week
Do you enjoy working outside on an active construction site and being hands-on?
Use your skills in construction to build homes, communities and hope and make an impact in Somerset or Hunterdon County with Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity.
Raritan Valley Habitat (RV Habitat) Site Supervisors are responsible for the on-site implementation of the work that has been programmed. The site supervisor develops the phases and tasks that will be done. Ensures all proper safety equipment and supplies are available and completes inventory to ensure all materials are available to complete tasks. As site supervisor you will work directly with the RV Habitat Construction Manager, to accomplish building plans and resource supplies. You will be part of the Home Construction and Repair Team participating in evaluating the progress of the construction phases, providing the best solutions as needed and maintaining a safe working environment for the work site.
The successful candidate will have:
• Strong Verbal Communication Skills –
You’ll be responsible for communicating the RV Habitat mission, goals and partner family information as well as safety guidelines and procedures to volunteers and corporate build day groups. You’ll register and have all single day volunteers sign-in and sign waivers and ensure all documents are collected and stored for transport back to the office at the end of the work day. You’ll guide the end of work day discussion, accomplishments, individual experiences and take photos of the corporate group volunteers.
• Ability to Work Well with Volunteers –
The site supervisor will be responsible for empowering and working with volunteers from all different skill level, age level and walks of life. You’ll be an integral force in encouraging volunteerism on the work site and growing our impact in the communities we serve.
• Leadership by Example –
You’ll be responsible for demonstrating the task to be completed, safe use of power tools, ladders, etc to all volunteers as well as mitigate work delays, thefts or emergencies at the work site. You’ll monitor inventory, collect all tools, supplies and equipment and clean-up trash, cardboard and recycling at the end of the work day.
If you enjoy empowering others to make an impact in building brighter futures for families in your local community while using your knowledge and experience in construction or DIY, this could be the best place for you.