Construction crew leaders play an integral part in building and repairing more homes, leading to better neighborhoods and communities. As a construction crew leader, you will lead and develop groups of skilled and unskilled volunteers and homeowner families in construction activities all while maintaining a safe, efficient work environment. Using volunteer management techniques, you will manage volunteers and homeowner families as they assist in the building of new homes and/or repairing existing homes or completing weatherization projects. Together, you will perform hands-on construction tasks including, but not limited to, demolition, framing, insulation, drywall, flooring, roofing, finish carpentry and landscaping.
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Living allowance, Stipend, Student loan forbearance, Training
Mountainous, majestic…Helena is central to the best state in all of America. It's captivating and breath-taking, especially if you are into outdoor activities. It's one of the best places in all of America to mountain bike. The fly fishing is amazing. It's downtown heralds to a time when gold was king. It was once the richest city (per capita) in all the United States. We have the 19th century mansions to prove it. Helena features one of the largest city parks in all of America, which happens to be its own mountain. By the way, Helena Area Habitat for Humanity is killing it...building and repairing more than ever...serving families with homeownership and challenging the norms, working to change policy and change minds. We believe in hard work, enjoying life and helping people improve their lives. In the winter you can enjoy skiing, both cross country and downhill. Helena is surrounded by an outdoor playground that would take a lifetime to explore. It's pretty wonderful.
Helena Area Habitat for Humanity provides an additional housing subsidy of $100/month and cell phone reimbursement of $30/month.
Subject to criminal background check