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Interested in Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco jobs or internships? The Habitat Greater San Francisco team strives to provide a springboard to secure, stable futures for our residents. Everyone deserves a safe and affordable home and we work toward that goal every day. Check out our Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco careers and make a difference in your community!


Competitive pay and a generous benefits package (including medical, dental, vision, chiropractic, acupuncture, employee assistance program (EAP), life insurance, long-term disability, 403 (b), Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and commuter benefits!)

Employees receive 20 days paid time off and 3 days sick leave (in addition to major holidays and you receive a bonus paid day for your birthday)

Make a real difference and impact in your community.

Work with an amazing group of professionals and an inspiring leadership team.

Be a part of our unique, inclusive and fun organizational culture.



To apply, email a cover letter and resume to careers@habitatgsf.org: Please include “Job Title-Your Last Name in the subject line. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. 


Fund Development: 

Foundation Manager (Full-time; Exempt)

Director of Development (Full-time; Exempt)

Real Estate Development:

Assistant Project Manager (Full-time; Non-Exempt)


Warehouse and Receiving Assistant - Seasonal (Full-time; Non-Exempt)

Finance and Operations: 

Staff Accountant (Full-time; Exempt)

Payroll and Benefits Specialist (Full-time; Exempt)

Neighborhood Revitalization and Construction: 

NR Construction Apprentice (Full-time; Non-Exempt)

NR Associate Foreman (Full-time; Non-Exempt)

Homeowner Development:

Homeowner Support Manager (Full-time; Exempt)

Homeowner Services Specialist (Full-time; Non-Exempt)

Measurement & Learning:

Director of Measurement & Learning (Full-time; Exempt) 

AmeriCorps is the national service initiative that provides community service opportunities to people of all ages and backgrounds. Through their service, AmeriCorps members address critical needs in local communities. Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco works with AmeriCorps members to build homes and relationships with our partner families and volunteers.

Each year, Habitat Greater San Francisco welcomes a new group of AmeriCorps members who serve as team leaders, trainers, supervisors and community ambassadors. The AmeriCorps members are an integral part of our team, both on the construction site and in the office. Through their efforts and service, AmeriCorps members increase capacity for Habitat Greater San Francisco and allow us to serve more local, working families and communities.


Applications for the 2018-2019 service year are now closed. Please check back again later for new positions opening up. 


 AmeriCorps Members Will:

  • Work together with working families and volunteers to build affordable, ownership homes
  • Strengthen communities by educating and uniting volunteers in the fight for safe, affordable, decent homes
  • Work with potential partner families through the application process
  • Develop a sense of citizenship by serving and reflecting on their experience as team leaders and community organizers
  • Build and maintain partnerships with local community organizations
  • Manage and analyze marketing systems to further extend awareness of the Communications program
  • Create sustainable systems and processes around donor prospect research and stewardship
  • Build outreach campaigns and manage logistics of Financial Education Workshops
  • Enhance volunteer experience and increase volunteer capacity through research and hands-on community outreach

Duration of Commitment

National Direct Members commit to 11 months, starting in either July or August 2018, with the possibility of starting in September 2018. Serving approximately 40 hours per week is necessary for each member to achieve the minimum requirement of 1,700 service hours. AmeriCorps members are accepted on a yearly basis and may serve a maximum of two years in any AmeriCorps program (with some exceptions).


  • A living allowance of approximately $13,732 for National Direct Members
  • $100 stipend for work boots & construction clothes for AmeriCorps Construction Crew Leaders
  • $600 monthly rental stipend paid directly to the member's landlord
  • $150 stipend for classes related to Professional Development
  • Health Insurance - this benefit is for AmeriCorps members only
  • Holiday and vacation time
  • AmeriCorps sweatshirt and t-shirt
  • Loan forbearance on most student loans
  • Interest accrued on qualifying student loans while serving in the program may be reimbursed by federal government
  • Segal Education Award of $5,815 upon successful completion of program

How do I apply?

Applications for the 2018-2019 service year are now closed. Please check back again later for new positions opening up. 

Please note that acceptance into the program is subject to official position approval, a background check prior to start and applicant approval from Habitat for Humanity International.

We are currently not accepting application's at this time for Construction Internships. Please check back later.