Have you heard? We have new positions opening up! If any of the following jobs seem interesting to you, make sure to send a letter of interest and your resume to Michelle Martin at mmartin@nwumpqua.org or fill out the form below.

Time Frames for the Listed Positions

  • SummerCorps – Start May 2019 to July 2019
  • AmeriCorps – Start Aug 2019 to Aug 2020
  • RS VISTA – Start June 3, 2019 to Aug 11, 2019
  • Home Repair IT – Start Aug 2019 to Aug 2020
SummerCorps Client Coordinator

The SummerCorps Client Coordinator oversees all aspects of the client experience of receiving services from Rebuilding Together. They strive to build trust within the community and awareness among targeted populations most in need of our services. The SummerCorps Client Coordinator is the primary point of contact for clients, ensuring a high level of client communication and support throughout the application, intake, project, and closeout stages. The SummerCorps Client Coordinator meets with clients after project wrap-up to complete project evaluations and make referrals to other community service organizations and agencies, as appropriate. If service ends prior to certain project completion, the Client Coordinator will work with Rebuilding Together NeighborWorks staff to establish a best practice of the close-out process. Interested? Send letter of interest and resume to Michelle Martin at mmartin@nwumpqua.org or fill out the form below.

AmeriCorps Project Coordinator

A well-run rebuilding project requires a lot of planning and skill behind the scenes to ensure that clients, volunteers, and others come together to have an impactful, uplifting project day. The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator manages rebuilding projects from start to finish, beginning with the initial visit to assess the client’s home repair needs, through the completion of the work scope and final project evaluation. They will coordinate with clients, skilled volunteers, community partners, vendors, inspectors, and staff to develop and implement sustainable and effective project logistics practices. The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will follow up with clients after each project to ensure that the health or safety concerns of the clients were addressed according to the work scope and complete any punch list items. Interested? Send letter of interest and resume to Michelle Martin at mmartin@nwumpqua.org or fill out the form below.

Resident Services VISTA

Our primary goal for our Resident Services VISTA will be to provide quality programming to residents at ourproperties, through educational activities and classes for children. The Summer Youth program offers opportunities for youth to spend their time in a purposeful, productive and socially conscientious way. Over the last three years our full-year VISTAs have worked in conjunction with our Resident Services Coordinator to plan an interactive summer program Curriculum. This a very popular and highly utilized service for our residents. The program is a way toalleviate learning regression that children face each summer. Many of our parents are low-income and do not have the resources to fill the gap for educational opportunities. The program is time intensive as each selected location isvisited multiple time over the course of the summer. The summer VISTA will focus on:

  • Teaching curriculum focusing on science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics (STEAM) initiatives;
  • Help make minor revisions andcustomize curriculum as needed;
  • Prep supplies for each week’s lesson;
  • Chaperone kids on educational fieldtrips;
  • Help children create a volunteerism project to improve their community.

Interested? Send letter of interest and resume to Michelle Martin at mmartin@nwumpqua.org or fill out the form below.

Home Repair IT Specialist VISTA

The primary goal for our Home Repair IT Specialist VISTA is to help the organization develop stronger IT systems for our Home Repair Program. We work with the local cap agencies and funders to access weatherization dollars. The VISTA may review the requirements for accessing weatherization funding in conjunction with funding from our organization so that the customer may approach funding from either organization. The VISTA may work with funders to help establish grant criteria upfront and determine data collection requirements. The VISTA will work closely with the Rehab Specialist, Customer Engagement Team, Program Manager and the Director. The VISTA will also work closely with our IT department to ensure that the programs work well with our current systems. The VISTA will need access to a computer, software programming, telephone, office space, desk and other office supplies as needed. If the VISTA needs specialized equipment, the equipment will be provided as long as the purchase is necessary to complete the job requirements. Interested? Send letter of interest and resume to Michelle Martin at mmartin@nwumpqua.org or fill out the form below.

CIM Survey Summer VISTA

Our primary goal for our CIM Survey Summer VISTA Associates will be to coordinate the collection of CIM surveys in partnership with community volunteers during a six-week period in summer 2019. During this period 200 surveys will be collected using I-pad data entry in the defined neighborhood area. Data will be collected in the afternoons and early evenings. The CIM Survey Summer Associates will also work to prepare materials for our 2019 Community Leadership Institute program. Summer Associates will be expected to schedule meetings, print and organize CLI handbooks and other materials, set up electronic file-sharing systems, and generally, make sure that necessary systems are in place to begin the 2019 Fall CLI program. Interested? Send letter of interest and resume to Michelle Martin at mmartin@nwumpqua.org or fill out the form below.

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