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Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County is a growing organization. We are building our 25th home. In the next few years we plan on building 30 more in a neighborhood development program. We were founded in 1991 as an all volunteer organization. Around 2000 we hired our first staff. In 2012 we opened a Habitat Store to provide material and funding for our work,, while creating an opportunity to recycle, re-purpose and reuse house hold goods to our community. In 2015 we opened our second Habitat store. In our 2015-16 fiscal year volunteers gave us almost 9,000 hours of service. We see only growth in our mission and in our need for more volunteers. We also recognize the need to diversify our support and funding sources. In the next 10 years we anticipate adding three more Habitat Stores and developing a home repair/preservation program to serve more people in need and to increase our base of support.

Volunteer Construction Assistant Crew Lead

Fellowship Class

Charlie Class 2017, Delta Class 2017

Volunteer Opportunity and Responsibilities

The volunteer will assist the Construction Manager with the day-to-day operations and home construction. This role will also request that the Fellow:
1) Assists with the site development, pre-construction and construction activities
2) Assists with the coordination and supervision of volunteers
3) Assists with scheduling and communications between staff, volunteers and vendors and works with volunteer coordinator and construction manager to fill volunteer needs
4) Assists with filling needs for supplies and materials
5) Assists with training and supervision of new volunteers
6) Able to work on the construction site throughout the week and weekend (flexible schedule) - build days are Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays

Required Skills or Qualifications

- Construction experience is NOT required, but is welcomed
- training is provided
- Must be able to work on feet all day and lift 35 lbs
- Willing to work outdoors in all weather conditions
- Work well with others and in a team environment
- Computer proficient

Community Impact

This volunteer will work on the site, helping to build homes for families and individuals who need them. They will directly impact other volunteers and build alongside the future homeowners. This is a very rewarding experience for those who are interested in a construction management career or simply just in helping others. Whatever their reason for taking this role - they will directly have an impact on another family's life in our community.


Katie Rickel
(425) 405-7156

Chris Anderson
(425) 922-2066

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