Employment Opportunities

AHIP currently is hiring for the following positions.

Job Title
Office Manager/Administrative Assistant

Primary Responsibilities
OFFICE MANAGEMENT
– Provides front desk support: answers general inquiry phone calls, greets and assists visitors
– Manages office supply inventory, purchases and stocks office supplies, keeps supplies organized
– Opens and distributes mail
– Ensures office equipment and systems are in good working order
– Coordinates office services
– Coordinates office meetings (scheduling, catering, prep and set-up) and Board meetings
– Assists staff with clerical tasks and office errands
– Other duties as needed

CONSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT SUPPORT
– Coordinates AHIP’s subcontractors (ensures compliance with AHIP requirements, serves as point-of-contact) and ensures the subcontractor database is up-to-date
– Assists Rehab Director with opening and closing client files
– Assists the Program Manager with the annual client recertification process and other client outreach mailings
– Assists the Construction Supervisor with subcontracting process, including soliciting, collecting, and organizing bids

ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT SUPPORT
– Prepares lien waivers in Assistant CFO’s absence
– Maintains petty cash

Other duties as needed.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experience
– Familiarity/proficiency with basic office machinery
– Proficiency with Microsoft Office and databases. Experience with Salesforce a plus
– Excellent people skills and excellent communication skills
– Enthusiasm for AHIP’s mission
– The ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
– The ability to schedule/handle multiple tasks simultaneously
– A valid Virginia Driver’s License
– Prior office management/administrative experience required
– Spanish proficiency a plus

Physical condition and nature of work contacts
Work is approximately 90 percent in the office and 10 percent outside of the office on errands or meetings, but this varies. Occasional travel to training/conference sites may also be required. Lifting of equipment or supplies up to 25 pounds is necessary. Regular personal contact with clients as well as vendors, volunteers, board members, donors, and representatives of federal, state, and local agencies will be required. All contacts require tact, diplomacy, kindness, and discretionary judgment. Attendance at meetings outside usual work hours is not typical but may be necessary.

Job Title
Carpenter

Immediate Supervisor
Crew Leader

General Definition of Work
The carpenter is responsible for the efficient implementation of construction tasks assigned by the crew leader.

Primary Responsibilities
– Performs construction tasks assigned by the crew leader
– Assists crew leader with the ordering and purchasing of construction materials
– Performs the duties of the crew leader in the crew leader’s absence, including assignment/supervision of construction tasks of others and self and ensuring quality of all aspects of construction work
– Assists crew leader in the training and coordination of volunteers
– Assists crew leader in ensuring AHIP safety policies are followed
– Assists crew leader in ensuring AHIP vehicles, tools, and equipment are cared for and used appropriately
– Performs additional tasks as required

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
– Knowledge of and ability to implement and perform complex construction activities
– General knowledge of all phases of renovation and remodeling, including roofing
– Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
– Hold a valid Virginia Driver’s License

Education and Experience
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and a minimum of three years of construction experience

Physical Condition and Nature of Work Contacts
Work is approximately 95 percent on job sites and 5 percent in an office. Occasional travel to training/conference sites for lead base paint training will be required. Lifting of equipment and material of up to 75 pounds is necessary. Regular personal contacts with clients as well as with representatives of federal, state, and local agencies will be required. All contacts require tact, diplomacy, and discretionary judgment.

Contact Laurie Jensen in the AHIP office with questions, 434.817.2447 x21 orĀ ljensen@ahipva.org.