Job Openings

Accounting Clerk
Finance & Accounting Team Member

General Description

Under the direction of the Accounting Director, the Accounting Clerk is an agency Innovator. Broadly speaking he or she has responsibility for some aspects related to the general accounting program, which includes but is not limited to accounts payable, ReStore reconciliations, and maintaining the Accounting Revenue Database system.

Innovators are independent and impactful decision makers. They constantly look for ways to improve their major program, challenge the system with new ideas and never settle for following a well-worn path!

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities… He or she must have/be:

  • Exceptional display of agency Core Values
  • Knowledgeable in QuickBooks Enterprise or accounting software equivalent
  • Experience with Bill.com or similar software, a plus
  • Three-years plus experience in accounts payable
  • Basic general ledger and accounting payable
  • Grant accounting experience preferable
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Willingness and passion to serve Habitat for Humanity and its mission
  • Excellent record keeping skills
  • Good written and verbal skills
  • Very strong organizational skills with the ability to work on multiple projects concurrently

Job Conditions:

Position is full-time (40 hours a week) and works Monday through Friday. Office hours and days are flexible but subject to supervisor approval. Evening and weekend work may be required.  It is an exempt position.  Conditions and benefits are contained in the board approved Employee Handbook.

Priorities:

Trinity Habitat expects you to succeed in your actions and outcomes according to… 

  1. Core Values
  2. Operations Manual
  3. Employee Handbook
  4. Job Description
  5. Strategic Plan
  6. Job Goals

General Responsibilities:

  1. Facilitate and support primary agency programs.
  2. Provide calm, confident, and positive leadership to the entire organization.
  3. Disseminate information readily to stake holders as appropriate.
  4. Submit accurate reports according to deadlines.
  5. When confronted with things with which you question, disagree, or have a concern, speak directly with those involved.
  6. Ensure your area, office, and/or building is clean, organized, safe, and in compliance with all codes.
  7. Comply with grant requirements accordingly.
  8. Cross train with fellow staff to ensure a steady flow of business despite absences.
  9. Wholly manage a primary agency program.
  10. Routine, independent, subjective, and significant decision-making is required.
  11. Management Philosophy & System: Deploy Gung Ho management principles and practices. It is necessary to read the book Gung Ho by Ken Blanchard. Utilize the Traction EOS management system. It is necessary to read the book Traction by Gino Wickman.
  12. Program budget creation and adherence.
  13. Assist the agency in the creation and operation of checks/balances to ensure system wide integrity. Think in terms of fraud and theft prevention.
  14. Create and maintain relationships with Habitat for Humanity International and other Habitat affiliates.
  15. Independently represents the agency outside of the office/warehouse/store.
  16. Authority to deviate from Operations Manual without prior approval for special circumstances.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Ensure all accounts payable are accurate with correct coding and approval and paid timely manner.
  2. Maintain all accounts payable files.
  3. Enter ReStore Daily reconciliations into Revenue Database for all stores and enter deposits into check registers for each store.
  4. Responsible for balancing each ReStore Bank Account on a monthly basis, per closing deadlines.
  5. Ensure that Revenue Database is accurate and updated in a timely manner.
  6. Responsible for A/P DWC Form 83 and worker’s compensation/general liability compliance for independent contractors/vendors.

Miscellaneous:

  1. And other duties as assigned.

Benefits:

In exchange for your hard work and dedication, we offer a competitive salary, an excellent benefits package and a positive, fun working environment.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by email ONLY to Rebekah.Estrada@TrinityHabitat.org

No phone calls please. EOE

Individual Giving Officer
Development Team Member

General Description

Under the direction of the Director of Individual Giving, the Individual Giving Officer is an agency Innovator.  Broadly speaking he or she has responsibility for prospecting, cultivating, and securing monetary donations from individuals in support of Trinity Habitat programs. In addition, the Individual Giving Officer is responsible for the planning, execution, and evaluation of the BuildStrong program through the BENEVON model.  

Innovators are independent and impactful decision-makers.  They constantly look for ways to improve their major program, challenge the system with new ideas and never settle for following a well-worn path!  

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities… He or she must:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field required
  • At least three years fundraising experience in Tarrant County strongly preferred
  • Exceptional writing and communication skills and experience including public speaking
  • Strong computer skills to include proficiency in MS Excel, MS Word, and training in The Raiser’s Edge
  • Knowledge and acceptance of the mission of Habitat for Humanity
  • Ability to independently draft correspondence
  • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from leaders, clients, customers, and the general public

Job Conditions:

Position is full-time (40 hours a week) and works Monday through Friday.  Office hours are flexible.  Evening and weekend work is required.  It is an exempt position.  Conditions and benefits are contained in the board approved Employee Handbook.

Priorities:

Trinity Habitat expects you to succeed in your actions and outcomes according to… 

  1. Core Values
  2. Operations Manual
  3. Employee Handbook
  4. Job Description
  5. Strategic Plan
  6. Job Goals

General Responsibilities:

  1. Provide calm, confident, and positive leadership to the entire organization.
  2. Disseminate information readily to stake holders as appropriate.
  3. Submit accurate reports according to deadlines.
  4. When confronted with things with which you question, disagree, or have a concern, speak directly with those involved.
  5. Ensure your area, office, and/or building is clean, organized, safe, and in compliance with all codes.
  6. Comply with grant requirements accordingly.
  7. Cross train with fellow staff to ensure a steady flow of business despite absences.
  8. Wholly manage a primary agency program.
  9. Routine, independent, subjective, and significant decision-making is required.
  10. Deploy “Gung Ho” and “Broken Windows” management principles and practices.
  11. Program budget creation and adherence.
  12. Monitor agency for operational checks/balances and integrity. Think in terms of fraud and theft prevention.
  13. Create and maintain relationships with Habitat for Humanity International and other Habitat affiliates. 
  14. Independently represents the agency outside of the office/warehouse/store. 
  15. Authority to deviate from Operations Manual without prior approval for special circusmstances. 

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Manage a portfolio of 150-200 individuals.
  2. Identify, cultivate, and solicit contributions totaling a minimum of at least $500,000 in cash contributions annually from individuals within our service area. 
  3. Identify, engage, and acquire new individual donors who have the capacity and interest to grow their involvement with Trinity Habitat.
  4. Establish, maintain, and grow an active pipeline of individuals utilizing the Moves Management process.
  5. Plan, update, and execute strategies for each individual to maintain and/or increase annual financial commitment.
  6. Invite groups, individuals, and those in your personal and professional circles to HabiTours, the annual BUILDSTRONG Lunch and other Habitat events.
  7. Recruit and lead Habitat Ambassadors to host HabiTours and serve as table captains at the annual BUILDSTRONG Lunch.
  8. Appropriately show appreciation to donors through notes, calls, emails, build site visits, and official thank you stewardships.
  9. Research and actively solicit new donors, including creative ideas for partnership.
  10. Be visible and present at the build site as appropriate in support of the volunteer coordinator.
  11. Speak at community, corporate, faith or other gatherings with the intent to inform and promote funding for Trinity Habitat.
  12. Provide development and support for special events, special donor recruitment, and direct mail projects.
  13. Ensure that the development building budget is met by soliciting donors in support of Trinity Habitat programs.
  14. Utilize donor database (The Raiser’s Edge) and maintain all donor and prospects records and activities.

Miscellaneous:

  1. Professional appearance and demeanor.
  2. Pleasant speaking voice and articulation. 
  3. Availability to work on Saturdays, Sundays, and evenings as necessary.
  4. Ability to type 40 words per minute.
  5. Valid Texas driver’s license and operational vehicle.
  6. Other duties as assigned.

Benefits:

In exchange for your hard work and dedication, we offer a competitive salary, an excellent benefits package and a positive, fun working environment.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by email ONLY to Lauren.Calzada@TrinityHabitat.org

No phone calls please. EOE

Construction Coordinator- Problem Solver
Construction Team Member

General Description

Under the direction of the Construction Manager, the Construction Coordinator is an agency Problem Solver.  Broadly speaking he or she has responsibility for manage continuous, critical, and significant tasks and projects which support the overall productivity of the Construction Department.  The CC reports to the Construction Manager.

Problem Solvers are the foundation of the agency.  They efficiently handle a mountain of critical and required tasks.  Problem Solvers are empowered to solve problems.  They make sure important details do not slip through the cracks, are incredibly well organized, make the agency look professional and ensure excellent audits, among many other things they facilitate.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities… He or she must:

  • Have experience in residential construction
  • Multi-task
  • Have the ability to take direction
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Have personal management and purchasing experience

Job Conditions:

Position is full-time (40 hours a week) and works Tuesday through Saturday.  Working hours are 7:00-3:30.  Evening and weekend work is required.  It is a non-exempt position.  Conditions and benefits are contained in the board approved Employee Handbook.

Priorities:

Trinity Habitat expects you to succeed in your actions and outcomes according to… 

  1. Core Values
  2. Operations Manual
  3. Employee Handbook
  4. Job Description
  5. Strategic Plan
  6. Job Goals

General Responsibilities:

  1. Facilitate and support primary agency programs.
  2. Provide calm, confident, and positive leadership to the entire organization.
  3. Disseminate information readily to stake holders as appropriate.
  4. Submit accurate reports according to deadlines.
  5. When confronted with things with which you question, disagree, or have a concern, speak directly with those involved.
  6. Ensure your area, office, and/or building is clean, organized, safe, and in compliance with all codes.
  7. Comply with grant requirements accordingly.
  8. Cross train with fellow staff to ensure a steady flow of business despite absences.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Building in accordance to the house plans, elevations, and city codes. Changes to the exterior details require the Executive Director’s approval. Changes to interior must be approved by the Senior Director of Construction.
  2. Support Cornerstone and volunteers as you adhere, to the best of your ability, to the sponsor Build Schedules. 
  3. Support construction staff in all areas related to the construction process, inspection process, site upkeep, and move in process for houses, just before they are occupied.
  4. Adhere to grant compliance measures as required (CDBG, SHOP, Bootstraps, FHLB, etc…).
  5. And other duties as assigned.

If interested, please send your resume to: Mallory.Haun@TrinityHabitat.org