Rebuilding Together of the Triangle provides critical repairs, modifications and resource-conserving upgrades to low-income homeowners in a four-county region of central North Carolina. By mobilizing donated funds, in-kind supply contributions, and volunteer labor, we restore safe, healthy and efficient living environments for the elderly, those with disabilities, U.S. military veterans, and families with children. Our area presents diverse service opportunities, from serving the urban areas in Raleigh to assisting residents in rural parts of western Chatham County.
Summary of Position
The Field Operations Manager will join an active, talented and compassionate team working to preserve safe, healthy and efficient homes for low-income Triangle homeowners. A successful applicant will work directly with homeowners, volunteers and community partners to complete critical home repairs in the community. He/she will be have the opportunity to develop extensive knowledge of and experience with home repair work, while actively mobilizing and training volunteers to restore safe, healthy and efficient homes for our clients. The Field Operations Manager can expect to serve in a fast-paced, flexible and rewarding environment, where personal and professional growth is prioritized. The best candidates will demonstrate a capacity to grow with the organization as we expand. The Field Operations Manager reports to the Operations Director.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Perform hands-on home repairs, while supervising other staff and volunteers.
Procure and stage building materials for repair projects as directed
Provide site leadership and task leadership as assigned on project days
Organize the completion of all necessary lead-safe work practices required under EPA Guidelines
Maintain clean, efficiently-organized RTT warehouse spaces, fleet vehicles, and temporary site storage containers.
Assist in maintenance of RTT fleet vehicles
Experience, Skills, and Abilities Required
Associates Degree required
5+ years’ experience with carpentry, roofing, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, flooring, and other residential construction tasks.
Excellent oral communication skills
Ability to effectively and professionally represent the organization in the community and with clients, volunteers, community partners and other staff members.
Ability to complete work while being supervised remotely
Ability to follow instructions accurately, work on multiple projects simultaneously, and meet essential deadlines
General understanding of building science, with capacity and interest to learn
Description of Physical Demands
The Field Operations Manager must be able to lift, push, pull and carry 100 pounds as part of their regular duties. Candidates must also be capable of spending full workdays on a project site.
The Field Operations Manager must have a valid Driver’s License, and have a driving record acceptable to RTT’s insurance company. Frequent travel throughout the four-county service area should be expected. Overnight travel will be needed infrequently to attend trainings, conferences and meetings.
Compensation & Benefits
This is a full-time (40 hrs/wk), exempt position. Compensation will be negotiated commensurate with experience; starting salary range for this position is likely to be between $35,000 and $42,000. RTT provides employer-sponsored health, life, dental and vision insurance to all full-time employees. Full workman’s compensation is provided. RTT will endeavor to provide a vehicle for work related travel; however, if a vehicle is unavailable, mileage driven with a personal vehicle will be reimbursed at the IRS-published rate.
Please send resume, cover letter and list of three professional references to Rebuilding Together of the Triangle at 200 Trans Air Drive Suite 200 Morrisville, NC 27560, or respond to this posting and put ‘Field Operations Manager Position’ in the subject line.
Rebuilding Together of the Triangle is an equal opportunity employer. RTT does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability.