York Habitat for Humanity has announced that the organization is seeking a new full time site supervisor. A Habitat site supervisor is the staff member who works on a build site, overseeing the operation and the volunteer labor. This position would report directly to Construction Manager George Myers. “This position requires someone with a strong construction background and will be able to train and direct construction volunteers,” said Myers. “Since almost all of the construction on York Habitat homes is handled by volunteers, this is a very important position in our organization. Our site supervisor is our most visible and consistent point of contact with the community.” A Habitat site supervisor, along with a background in construction, must be able to work with and teach volunteers, all while working within accordance to York Habitat for Humanity plans, specifications and quality requirements. To apply for this position; go to Indeed.com and use York Habitat Site Supervisor, York PA in search. York Habitat for Humanity has completed 125 new homes in York County and each of those builds required thousands of hours of volunteer labor. Currently, Habitat has two projects underway with a duplex project on West Locust Street reaching its final stages. For more information on the position and on how to apply, stop by the York Habitat for Humanity website at www.yorkhabitat.org. About York Habitat for Humanity Funded mainly by private donations, York Habitat provides a “hand up, not a hand out” by offering qualified residents zero percent interest on a 30 year mortgage. York Habitat for Humanity, celebrating its 33rd year serving York County, is a volunteer driven, Christian-based housing ministry that builds safe, decent, and affordable homes in partnership with local, lower-income people living in substandard housing conditions. With the completion of York Habitat’s 125th home, more than 520 men, women, and children will be living in Habitat Homes in York County. Since 1985, York Habitat has created over $7.2 million worth of new or rehabilitated affordable housing, which generates more than $300,000 in tax revenue for York County. Over 2,250 volunteers work with York Habitat annually.