New Build/Neighborhood Revital. Family Services Coordinator - 2023-24

New Build and Neighborhood Revitalization Family Services Coordinator

For one year, get paid to build sustainable solutions in a community, gain valuable hands-on experience and prepare for your future. This full-time AmeriCorps service position offers a great opportunity to make an impact in the lives of others while building your own knowledge and skillset.

AmeriCorps National members serve the community in direct service and capacity building activities.

What will you do?

The homeowner services coordinator builds and maintains the pipeline of homeowner families by leading efforts to recruit and educate qualified families for both homeownership and home repair opportunities. This role involves recruiting homeowner family applicants and serving as their point of contact as they go through the application process. Together with a family selection committee, you help select homeowner families for a variety of housing products including new home construction, repair or rehab of existing homes and weatherization projects.

  • Coordinate existing programs to recruit homeowner applicants for traditional homeownership opportunities or for expanded housing products such rehab, repair or weather revitalization.
  • Conduct applicant orientations and assist families throughout process of completing the housing application.
  • Work with the family selection committee to select homeowner families based on established criteria and regulations.
  • Work with the family services committee and staff to provide educational opportunities to homeowner families.
  • On occasion, build alongside homeowner families as they complete their contract requirements.

This position will focus on homeowner services and mortgage services aspects of Habitat affiliate operations.

Where will you serve?

  • Organization name: HFH Central Arizona
  • Nearest metropolitan area: Phoenix, AZ
  • Full-time staff: 73
  • Expected number of AmeriCorps members: 9
  • Number of homes to be built: 33
  • Number of homes to be repaired: 227
  • Activities and attractions: Explore the colorful and vibrant desert that is Phoenix, Arizona and commit to serving the residents in one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Centrally located, the metro-Phoenix area offers something for music lovers, foodies, and adventurers alike. In your off hours, enjoy hikes through the red-rock, mountains of Sedona and the forested trails of Flagstaff or take a weekend trip to the Grand Canyon located just 3 hours north of Phoenix. Immerse yourself in local music, art, and food scene in Downtown Phoenix First Fridays just 15 minutes from our central office. Consider perusing the western shops of Old Town Scottsdale or have a boat picnic at Tempe Town Lake.
  • Unique projects: Ranked as the #1 affiliate for families served, AmeriCorps members of the Central Arizona affiliate see direct impact in the lives of over 800 families with the help of over 13,000 volunteers a year. During the global pandemic of 2020, our affiliate remained steadfast in the construction of 16 homes, including a 3D-printed home in Tempe, Arizona. Fast forward to fiscal year 2021 – 2022, in partnership with U.S. Vets, we constructed two, 5-bedroom, community homes for female, veterans.

Benefits of AmeriCorps service

  • Living allowance of $17,600 for approximately 10 ½ months of service.
  • Segal Education Award of $6,895, upon successful completion of service.
  • Forbearance for most federally-guaranteed student loans.
  • Health care benefits and enrollment in Employee Assistance Plan.
  • Personal and medical leave — approximately 10 days total.
  • Personal and professional development opportunities.
  • Child care benefits, if you qualify.
  • Worker’s compensation insurance.

Supplemental Benefits

  • Grocery gift card ($75 - $150 per month)
  • Professional development stipend ($175 - $350)

Minimum Requirements

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, national or lawful permanent resident at least 18 or older and have a high school diploma or GED.

What are we looking for?

Our ideal candidates:

  • Are passionate about serving the community through direct service.
  • Demonstrate respect for diversity of opinion, experience, and background.
  • Desire to gain hands-on experience in the affordable housing and nonprofit sector.
  • Have experience working on a team.
  • Possess stellar interpersonal communication skills.
  • Are motivated and committed to serve full time and in person.
Phoenix, AZ
Job Type:
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About Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanityfounded in 1976, is a global, Christian-based nonprofit organization that grew out of an intentionally multi-racial community in rural Georgia. Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat brings together people of all faiths and people of no faith to build homes, communities and hope. Working alongside each other, we help families and individuals build and improve places to call home and achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build better lives for themselves. Habitat seeks individuals who have a willingness to affirm these principles and values.

At Habitat for Humanity International, we embrace a history rooted in creating equity and take our mission seriously by courageously committing to a culture and workplace where all staff feel safe, welcome, visible, respected, supported and valued. As an equal opportunity employer, we realize that our success depends upon building an inclusive workforce of diverse perspectives and encourage people of varied races (which is inclusive of traits historically associated with race, including, but not limited to, protective hairstyles and hair texture), ethnicities, national origins, tribes, religions, ages, gender identities and expressions, genders, sexual orientations, marital statuses, disabilities, veteran/reserve national guard statuses, socio-economic statuses, thinking and communication styles to work with us.

We also require that all staff take seriously their ethical responsibilities to safeguarding our intended beneficiaries, their communities (especially children), and all those with whom we work. In line with the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse, all staff must pass a thorough background screening and will be held accountable to upholding our policies around ethical behavior, including safeguarding and whistleblowing.