About Habitat for Humanity
of Northern Fox Valley
Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to giving families the opportunity to improve their future through home ownership. We have a dedicated staff who manage our efforts, build homes for our families, work tirelessly with thousands of volunteers and qualify our partner families.
We provide a great work environment for employees with the right skill set who share our passion. We often have job opportunities at our ReStore for construction and in our office.
We have a unique structure with strategically located Partnerships, groups of faith-based organizations and civic groups who take on the task of independently building homes.
Habitat for Humanity
Director of Development
Community Partnerships Manager
Donor Relations & Database Specialist
Assistant Construction Manager
Home Preservation Programs Coordinator
Lending & Family Services Manager
Director of Finance
Human Resource Manager
Product Procurement Manager
Donor Scheduling Coordinator
Assistant Store Manager
ReStore Arlington Heights
Assistant Store Manager
Spring of Life
Spring of Life consists of seven churches in the Arlington Heights and Palatine area.
The New Hope Partnership consists of seven Elgin/Dundee/Huntley area churches. The New Hope Partnership completed its first home in 1998 and has completed a total of eight Habitat for Humanity homes.
The Joyful Hands Partnership consists of seven Barrington area churches. Joyful Hands completed its first home in 2000 and has completed a total of six Habitat for Humanity homes
The Pottawatomie Partnership is comprised of twelve churches in the St. Charles/Geneva area, as well as BMO Harris Bank. Pottawatomie commits to building one Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley home per year.
Our Smart Neighborhoods
Nicor Gas and Habitat for Humanity unite visions to create sustainable, smart and affordable communities.
Nicor Gas and Southern Company have announced a new partnership with the Fox Valley and Northern Fox Valley Habitat for Humanity affiliates to develop Smart Neighborhood™ affordable housing communities in Chicagoland. Two planned communities, one in Aurora and a second being developed in Northern Fox Valley, will total 30 single-family net zero homes equipped with a combination of renewable, electric, and natural gas technologies. Eligible residents will enjoy freedom from expensive mortgages and high energy bills, while reducing their carbon footprint.
YOU CAN HELP
Join our mission to help our low income neighbors remain and thrive in Northern Fox Valley
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Thanks for your interest in working with us.
Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley has an open-door policy. All who believe that everyone deserves a decent, affordable place to live are welcome to help with the work. We look for talented, mission-driven people to join our team.
Currently we have the following openings:
- Store Associate (Part Time) – Arlington Heights ReStore – Apply with Indeed
Please submit a resume to HR Manager, Martina Ramirez, at email@example.com or call Martina at 847-836-1432, ext. 103.
Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This organization does not discriminate in employment practices on the basis of race, sex, age, handicap, religion, national origin or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
Feel free to share our employment opportunities with your network!
Construction Career Jumpstart Program
Jumpstart your construction career with Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox Valley!
There are over 8 million people employed in a vast array of skilled construction positions with well paying salaries and benefits. Our Construction Career Jumpstart Program provides training for those who want to explore a career in construction. Program participants will receive OSHA training and hands-on experience at a Habitat for Humanity construction site. Classes are provided on 12 consecutive Saturdays.
This is a paid position. The payrate is $18.00/hour.
- Interest in construction and a willingness to learn
- Minimum of 18 years of age
- U.S. work authorization
- High school diploma or GED
- English language skills
- Appropriate construction attire, including safety boots
- Ability to lift 75 lbs.
- Candidates are expected to be punctual and attend all training sessions
Please submit your resume to HR Manager, Martina Ramirez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are unable to submit a resume, please download, fill out, and return the application below.