Current Job Openings

Habitat for Humanity Seattle – King County is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Program Coordinator: Repair Services


The Critical Repair Program (CHR) insures the home’s structural components such as roofing, windows and siding are in good repair; the Home Preservation (HP) program provides services like gutter cleaning and window caulking which maintain and protect the overall longevity of the structure; the Aging in Place (AIP) program focuses on the needs of individual homeowners, improving their ability to live safely and independently in their own home.

Program Administrative Support: Loan Processor


Habitat is seeking an administrative support person whose primary responsibility will be to assist the Homebuyer Selection team in the collection and compilation of the Homebuyer application, supporting documentation and financial information. The administrative role is a vital connection between homebuyer applicants and the Selection Team, providing the support to insure applications are submitted quickly and accurately.

Homeownership Program Coordinator / Marketing & Sales


Habitat is seeking a Program Coordinator whose primary responsibility will be to market the available homes for sale, using traditional real estate marketing techniques and tools and implementing marketing strategies which insure an inclusive, diverse and equitable pool of applicants which meet Fair Housing regulations and The City of Seattle Community Preference requirements while insuring the affiliate’s financial sustainability.

Secondary responsibilities include the creation and implementation of a Buyer-Ready strategy by establishing a network of community providers, referral agencies, homeownership counselors and mortgage lenders who identify potential Habitat homebuyers, working with the potential homebuyers to insure they are ready to purchase a Habitat home.

Repair Project Superintendent (Kittitas County)

POSITION SUMMARY: The Repair Project Superintendent facilitates the process of owner-occupied repair projects, from project feasibility and budget development, to execution and completion of work. Completion of repair work will involve both hands on and subcontracted work, and the person in this role will be responsible for implementing or coordinating all aspects. In addition, the person in this role is responsible for various tasks associated with grant compliance, ranging from participation in outreach and maintaining community partnerships to record-keeping and reporting.

The Repair Program is a growing component of Habitat’s efforts to keep low-income homeowners in their homes and communities by conducting critical home repairs, home preservation activities, and accessibility interventions that not only increases homeowner safety, but also reduces displacement and encourages community stability.

Habitat Store Positions

The Habitat Stores in Auburn, Bellevue, Southcenter, & Ellensburg are home improvement outlet stores that contribute to Habitat for Humanity’s mission of building affordable housing while providing a low-cost retail alternative for the public and reducing landfill waste. See current Habitat Store openings and apply via Indeed below.

Volunteer Available AmeriCorps Positions
AmeriCorps is a network of national service programs, made up of three primary programs that each take a different approach to improving lives and fostering civic engagement. Members commit their time to address critical community needs like increasing academic achievement, mentoring youth, fighting poverty, sustaining national parks, preparing for disasters, and more. This is a federally funded program that allows you a way to serve your country through direct service. Please note these AmeriCorps positions are not considered employment but are considered a term of service. Our Habitat affiliate provides members with:

  • Hands-on career/professional experience at a nationally recognized non-profit that puts low income families in affordable homes through the homeownership model
  • Living stipend paid out on monthly basis ($15,850 total for National members serving 10.5 months; $21,622 total for VISTA members serving 1 year)
  • Housing stipend paid monthly directly to landlord ($500/month for 1st term members; $750/month for 2nd term members)
  • Transportation benefit (Habitat vehicle usage and carpool; gas mileage or public transportation reimbursement)
  • Members who complete a full term of service (10 ½ months) are eligible for a Segal Education Award of $6,195 to be used to pay off student loans or go back to college
  • The AmeriCorps program will also pay off the interest that is accrued from your loan deferment during your term of service)
  • Members also receive a health plan at no cost and are potentially eligible for food stamps

We have no open AmeriCorps opportunities, please check back soon for updates!


We support service to community, with national & international impact, & the ability to make a difference.  As an organization committed to making AmeriCorps and Peace Corps stronger, we give special consideration to former AmeriCorps Members and Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.