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Current opportunities

SharePoint design support volunteer

Location: Virtual or in-person
Time commitment: 2-month commitment with option for renewal; 8-10 hours per week
Description: Help improve the internal and external SharePoint environments to better support our mission-driven work
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To apply: email your resume and statement of interest to Bri Littlefield

Build site photographer

Location: Oahu, HI
Time commitment: 2 days per month; 1-2 hours per shift
Description: Good behind the camera? Help capture high resolution, person-forward images of construction volunteers and homeowners on the build site.
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To apply: email your resume and work samples to our volunteer department

AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator

Location: Honolulu, HI
Time commitment: 40 hours per week; 11 month service term
Schedule: Tuesday – Saturday, 7:30am – 4:00pm
Description: The Volunteer Services Coordinator helps recruit, train, schedule and recognize local volunteers while growing the volunteer base and advancing individual and group partnerships. On the build site, they provide direct support to construction staff and engage with volunteers to foster a meaningful volunteer experience. They assist with all aspects of volunteer coordination, including initial orientation, database maintenance, reporting and promoting volunteer opportunities. AmeriCorps service members are paid a nominal monthly stipend and are eligible for additional benefits, such as tuition reimbursement.

This position will be available for application in June 2022. For more info contact Bri Littlefield.

Committees

Join one of the behind-the-scenes teams that make Honolulu Habitat run! We are currently looking for people to serve on the following committees.

Build Committee

Help provide oversight and assistance to the affiliate on its planned and current construction/rehab/repair work. This may include site selection, construction policy and procedures, procurement, contracting, budgeting, scheduling, site safety and any specific construction related issues that may arise. See full committee description.

For more information contact TJ Joseph

Family Selection Committee

This committee is responsible for assessing the Home Build and Home Preservation applications of prospective partner families. Members assist in identifying potential partner families, counseling families on HHH programs, reviewing relevant financial information, conducting site visits of families’ current residence. In addition, the committee advises the HHH Board of Directors and Executive Director

For more information contact T.J. Joseph

Finance Committee

Are you a numbers person? Our Finance Committee ensures our organization is financially strong and able to meet financial obligations. This group also leads financial planning for current operations and future growth.

For more information contact Jerome Narciso

Resource Development

If you are a marketing professional, designer, PR specialist or fundraiser looking to give back your skills, the HHH Resource Development Committee may be the place for you. We are looking for individuals who can commit to attending six (6) meetings a year and give energy to brainstorming, implementing, and leveraging relationships for affiliate campaigns and special events.

For more information contact Bri Littlefield

Faith Relations

This Committee provides an active link between Honolulu Habitat and the local faith leaders in order to mutually achieve mission goals.

For more information contact Jim Murphy

Office volunteers

Assist in the daily operations of Honolulu Habitat by tracking critical volunteer information, filing, helping with data entry and/or project support.

Office Volunteer Calendar
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