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.

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Positions Available

Job Title: Construction Site Supervisor
Department: Construction
Reports to: Construction Manager
Employment Status: Fulltime – Exempt
Date: May  2022

View Job Description Here: Construction Site Supervisor 

Part-Time AmeriCorps: Volunteer Services Coordinator

Volunteer Services Coordinators help recruit, train, schedule and recognize Habitat volunteers while growing the volunteer base and advancing individual and group partnerships in the community. As a Volunteer Services Coordinator, you will assist with all aspects of volunteer management, including working hands-on with volunteers, database maintenance, volunteer tracking and recognition, and communication.

You will market and outreach within the community to recruit new volunteers and develop new opportunities and events for volunteers to engage with the mission of Habitat for Humanity.

Click here to read more about the position.

Interested applicants, please contact: Kelly at [email protected]

Internship Program

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 the need for the 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 10-15 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. We have both virtual, in person and hybrid internship opportunities depending on 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?

We are now offering a $500 stipend for our interns. We hope that the stipend can help make an internship possible for more students by helping to offset some of their living costs.

Am I able to earn college credit?

We work with many universities that offer class credit for the internship. All paperwork and requirements are done through your universit