Revitalize Milwaukee

Block by Block Newsletter 2/13/2017

Block by Block Newsletter

Job Openings

Revitalize Milwaukee has a proven track record of success and impact. Join our growing team to be part of our success! Work with our dedicated and passionate staff as we accomplish our mission to provide free professional - quality home repairs to low-income homeowners. We offer a fast-paced, creative environment, and are committed to making a pronounced impact in the community.

We are currently hiring for three (3) new positions:

Homeowner Advocate/Resource Manager

Revitalize Milwaukee is seeking a Homeowner Advocate and Resource Manager to be the “face of Revitalize Milwaukee” to its homeowner clients and volunteer base. Additionally, in order to provide comprehensive services to our clients, the Homeowner Advocate and Resource Manager will solicit partner organizations to provide complete housing and daily living services. The successful incumbent will track, accurately assess and evaluate program outcomes. For a complete job description see: http://www.freehomerepairs.org/employment/

Project Manager and Construction Coordinator

Revitalize Milwaukee is seeking a Project Manager and Construction Coordinator to coordinate and facilitate the completion of 340+ home projects annually of varying scope and sizes. These projects vary in scope and can range from simple installation of grab bars to major renovations. Work closely with the CEO to develop and expand program operations for RM. This position works with a diverse general population, including homeowners, volunteers, sponsors and donors to provide quality repairs to our client’s home and exceptional service to our partners and donors, working together for the benefit of our clients. For a complete job description see: http://www.freehomerepairs.org/employment/

Home Improvement Coordinator

Revitalize Milwaukee and Clark Square Neighborhood Initiative have partnered to share a Home-Improvement Coordinator position. The position will stabilize and revitalize the housing stock in the neighborhood by leveraging resources and facilitating home-repair projects.
Bilingual in English and Spanish required. For a complete job description see: http://www.freehomerepairs.org/employment/

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