Join Our Team

Instead of filling this page up with a lot of reasons that the Human Resources (HR) department thinks you should work here, we thought we’d let our team members do the talking. But, of course, HR couldn’t go without interjecting a few words, such as:

  • Competitive salary
  • Retirement savings plan with company match
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Friendly, fun workplace
  • Unending feeling of achievement for worthwhile work

Oh, and one more HR just had to tell you about.

Positions Available

Chief Development Officer

The Chief Development Officer, a member of our Executive Team, must have a proven ability to drive revenue from individuals, organizations, and foundations for mission-focused programs such as our financial education programs and construction and rehab of homes. This position plays a critical role in maintaining and growing successful initiatives, as well as creating new revenue streams with an emphasis on individual and foundation giving.

This individual will play a critical role in meeting annual fundraising needs, currently estimated at $1.6 million annually. This rewarding role offers the right candidate the opportunity to lead and direct with growth expansion in mind. A successful candidate will maintain excellent donor relationships, possess strong data analysis skills, and have knowledge of the housing crisis.

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Interested applicants please contact: Penny at [email protected]

Part-Time AmeriCorps: Family Services Coordinator

The Family Services Coordinator builds and maintain the pipeline of homeowners by leading the efforts to recruit and educate qualified individuals and families. With the Homebuyer Services Department the AmeriCorps member serves as a point of contact for potential homebuyers, and individuals in the program completing the application process. The member supports efforts to educate the families about program requirements and the homeownership process, and monitor and track the completion of classes and sweat equity hours. This member position is designed to move us substantially forward in accomplishing the affiliate’s goals of providing more affordable, decent homes for our community.

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Interested applicants please contact: Kelly at [email protected]

Focus Mentor Volunteer

The Focus Mentor, as a member of the Financial Focus program, is committed to providing support and resources to those in the preparation process of their homebuyer journey. The Focus Mentor’s essential role is to assist participants of the Financial Focus Program by empowering and guiding them to complete their Focus Goals. The Focus Mentor relates to them holistically, respecting the values and individuality of each participant.

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Interested applicants please contact: Paola at [email protected]

 

Internships Available

Every semester we look for energetic and hardworking individuals who are interested in learning more about the nonprofit sector through a part-time internship. We have a strong preference for interns receiving college credit for their internship, as they are more likely to be committed, however all may apply.

To apply for one of these internships please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected]. Position and availability based on need for upcoming semester.

Internship FAQ’s

Do I qualify to be an intern at Habitat for Humanity?

  • Do you love connecting with people and building relationships?
  • Do you have a strong work ethic and a positive attitude?
  • Do you have excellent communication skills?
  • Are you organized and pay close attention to details?
  • Are you a high school graduate?
  • Are you located around the Central Florida area?
  • If you answered yes to all of the above, then you are definitely the type of person that HFHSA would love to have as an intern!

What are the dates of the internships?

Internship positions are one semester each and follow the academic calendar of the student. The position options depend on the availability and need for that semester.

What would my time commitment be?

All interns are expected to complete a minimum of 15 hours per week and to commit to one full semester. Interns work with their direct supervisor to design a weekly schedule to fit with the needs of the position.

Who will my manager be?

Our internship program is lead by our Volunteer and Engagement Manager. This staff manager is dedicated to your individual training and development. We pride ourselves on being a team-based organization, and we view our interns as part of our staff! Your input and ideas are always valued and encouraged!

Is this a paid internship?

Our internship is a volunteer position. Although there is no monetary compensation, our interns are paid through experience and the opportunity to help build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.

Am I able to earn college credit?

We work with many universities that offer class credit for the internship, however all paperwork and requirements are done through your university.