Carpenter, Habitat for Humanity – Sep 2
Posted by Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia on August 9, 2022
At Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia (“HFHP”), we are builders who work alongside, not for, others. We are driven by accountability and defined by our stick-to-itiveness. The BUILD Department directly improves the living conditions of low-income families by creating safe, healthy, affordable dwellings through the construction of new multi- and single-unit new housing, whole house rehab projects, and owner-occupied home repair work.
Perform onsite construction tasks necessary for completing new construction, rehab, and owner-occupied residential repair projects; perform technical carpentry repairs while working with key HFHP staff, subcontractors and homeowners; effectively utilize the labor and enthusiasm of Habitat’s volunteer workforce; uphold HFHP’s quality and safety standards; work as a community partner, and promote Habitat’s mission to eliminate substandard housing and revitalize neighborhoods.
Key Responsibility: TECHNICAL WORK
- Operate as a carpenter for residential construction, rehab, and owner-occupied construction projects- interior and exterior, ranging from structural repair to finish work.
- Perform common residential carpentry tasks such as framing, siding, insulation, door/window installation, trim, flooring, and kitchen and bath finishes.
- Work in a way that prioritizes client health, safety as well as home durability and energy efficiency.
- Independently plan, organize, and efficiently execute assigned tasks.
- Maintain Habitat work vehicle, tools, and equipment.
Application deadline: September 2, 2022
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