Available Positions

We are currently hiring for a Job Site Supervisor position.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. The position will be open until filled.

Description: Under the supervision of the Construction Director, the Job Site Supervisor is responsible for managing construction on new or rehabilitated homes to meet the construction schedule, participating in construction activities as required and overseeing the labor force consisting of staff, sub-contractors, AmeriCorps, NCCC, Habitat family partners and volunteers.  (Please see complete position description below.)

If you are interested in applying, or know someone who may be interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and list of three business and three personal references with contact information via email to jobs@hfhmgc.org or mail to 2214 34th Street, Gulfport, MS 39501. Applicant must be willing to be subject to random drug testing, driving and background checks, as well as signing a code of conduct agreement and conflict of interest statement.

Under the supervision of the Construction Director, the Job Site Supervisor is responsible for managing construction on new or rehabilitated homes to meet the construction schedule, participating in construction activities as required and overseeing the labor force consisting of staff, sub-contractors, AmeriCorps, NCCC, Habitat family partners and volunteers.

If you are interested in applying, or know someone who may be interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and list of three business and three personal references with contact information via email to jobs@hfhmgc.org or mail to 2214 34th Street, Gulfport, MS 39501. Applicant must be willing to be subject to random drug testing, driving and background checks, as well as signing a code of conduct agreement and conflict of interest statement.

Position Description – Job Site Supervisor

Job Description: Job Site Supervisor – Habitat for Humanity of the MS Gulf Coast

Resumes accepted by email to jobs@hfhmgc.org or mail to 2214 – 34th Street, Gulfport, MS  39501. Cover letter along with three business and three personal references with contact information should be included. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. The position will be open until filled.

Primary Role: Under the supervision of the Construction Director, the Job Site Supervisor is responsible for managing construction on new or rehabilitated homes to meet the construction schedule, participating in construction activities as required and overseeing the labor force consisting of staff, sub-contractors, AmeriCorps, NCCC, Habitat family partners and volunteers.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan daily activities and perform work to maintain job schedule and complete daily construction progress reports keeping Construction Manager apprised of job progress daily.
  • Perform onsite carpentry and other construction activities commensurate with experience and abilities assigning daily work to labor force (volunteers, Habitat family partners, staff, AmeriCorps, NCCC and sub-contractors) accordingly to specific construction tasks being cognizant of that day’s labor force’s abilities; respond to questions from labor force; and, recognize Habitat family partners.
  • Reinforce morning job site start time, circle routine, devotions and safety talk daily; maintain and ensure a safe and clean construction job site at all times following safety guidelines protecting equipment, tools, materials and building.
  • Oversee proper use of company equipment, such as trucks, tractors, trailers, etc. reporting equipment concerns to Construction Manager as needed.
  • Coordinate daily and weekly construction assignments with the Construction Manager and other Job Site Supervisors, Crew Leaders, AmeriCorps, NCCC, Habitat family partners and volunteers.
  • Ability to perform all assigned tasks efficiently and accurately and create/maintain accurate records.
  • Manage those under your direct report and provide construction skill training to unskilled labor accordingly.
  • Ensure required liability waivers are obtained from volunteers including partner families as required by Volunteer Services; and sign Partner Family sweat equity log books according to policy.
  • Direct staff and volunteers to ensure quality construction is maintained in compliance with standards set by HFHMGC and local authorities; inspect work of subcontractors to the extent of technical expertise to ensure quality construction in construction standards; and, report defects in workmanship, unreliability or issues of poor performance to the Construction Manager.
  • Report accidents immediately to the Construction Manager, Finance Department and Volunteer Services Manager (if accident involves volunteer) which involve staff, AmeriCorps, NCCC, sub-contractors, Habitat family partners, volunteers or visitors on a job site completing all necessary paperwork.
  • Other duties as required by business needs and requested by Construction Manager and Construction Director.

Skills and Personal Characteristics:

  • Commitment to affordable housing and HFHMGC’s mission, vision and values.
  • Demonstrate planning and organizational skills, including the ability to anticipate tasks, set priorities, meet deadlines and function smoothly under strict deadlines and shifting priorities as necessary.
  • Ability to adhere to a construction program and coordinate supplies, labor force management and production schedule to meet specific construction goals.
  • Computer literacy with knowledge in Microsoft Office Products (Outlook, Word, Excel) and Internet.
  • Exhibit good critical thinking, problem solving and time management skills.
  • Strong team player with demonstrated ability to manage labor force in a professional manner.
  • Maintain a reliable and dependable attendance record.
  • Must be able to stand, traverse, have good finger and hand dexterity for repetitive motions, stay alert, have exposure to heat, wind and rain, climb a ladder, do residential construction skills, drive trucks and construction equipment and the ability to move and lift up to 75 pounds.
  • Be willing to work occasional evenings, rotating weekend schedule and on occasion overtime.

Education and Experience:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Hands on construction experience.
  • 2 years proven record in managing residential or commercial construction showing increasing levels of responsibility and skills.
  • Be abreast of all construction safety guidelines set forth by federal, state and local governments.
  • Read and interpret blueprints and specifications to determine construction requirements.
  • Knowledge of IRC, local building codes and permitting.

Employment Status: Full time hourly position at 40 hours per week.

Hourly: Competitive pay and benefits package. Compensation is dependent on experience.