Currently Hiring: Volunteer Program Manager

Help build lives and community by working with Chatham Habitat for Humanity to enable low-income families to achieve their dream of homeownership. Chatham Habitat for Humanity is located in Pittsboro, North Carolina and serves Chatham County. We build and sell homes with affordable mortgages to low-income families.

The Volunteer Program Manager is responsible for all aspects of Chatham Habitat’s volunteer program, including recruitment and retention of volunteers, the development of community and corporate partnerships for special projects including an annual Raising Faith campaign, Collegiate Challenge, Women Build, and Care-A-Vanners as well as in-kind and financial donations to support those programs. The Volunteer Program Manager is a key member of Chatham Habitat’s Development Department and as such is responsible for organization-wide communications tasks including social media posts, emails, and press releases. 

Qualifications: Applicants must have a strong belief in and commitment to the organization’s mission and vision, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be a great member of a collaborative team, be sensitive to issues facing low-income families, show initiative and independence in carrying out responsibilities, and have excellent customer service skills. Not-for-profit experience and experience supervising volunteers is preferred but not required.

This is a full-time position (Monday-Friday) with some evening work required. Salary is 33-36K with full benefits. Job offer is contingent upon receipt of Covid-19 vaccination record (or documented medical or religious exception). 

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Anna Tuell at annaspears@chathamhabitat.org. Resumes submitted without cover letters will not be considered.

Chatham Habitat for Humanity provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.


Project Interns will plan and implement a project within a specific area of nonprofit work (outreach, advocacy, etc.). While unpaid, interns can receive course credit or service hours, as well as opportunities to attend Chatham Habitat meetings and special events. This is a good opportunity for students who are looking to learn more about the nonprofit sector.

If you’re interested in project internship opportunities, please contact Emily Hendrickson

Even if we don’t have a current job opening that suits you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch! We are always looking for regular volunteers (a great way to fill the time while you’re looking for work), and are also open to developing structured internships for students or other people who are interested in learning more about non-profits. We have had interns in Construction and Resource Development (fundraising, communications) in the past, and are open to similar opportunities in Family Services or the ReStores.