Construction Crew Leaders Needed

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Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut

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Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with families in need to provide simple, decent, safe and affordable housing. This is made possible through the work of volunteers, donors and community partners. Through work on the construction site, not only are individuals working to create a home for a family in need they are able to learn construction skills that can be useful in their own lives, meet others in the spirit of partnership and community, as well as helps to spread the word about the need for adequate housing in this area and around the world.

Our Crew Leaders give instructions to their group for construction tasks, safety and cleanup. They also oversee group work throughout the day, monitoring quality and safety. The individual would report to Construction Manager for questions and material needs and report the progress of group work and any concerns at the end of the day.

Our build days are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays from 8:30am-2:30pm. A crew leader could work any or all of these days.


A Crew Leader must have a willingness to learn and help. Individual must possess leadership ability and enjoy instructing and overseeing volunteers. The ability to empower and motivate volunteers with meaningful work, and communicate praise and appreciation for job well done. Construction experience is preferred, but not required

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About Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut


377 Broad Street, New London, CT 06320, US

Mission Statement

Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut, in the spirit of sharing, builds decent and affordable homes in partnership with families in need. We do this through the dedicated efforts of community volunteers, financial sponsors and partner families who find rewarding experiences by sharing their time, talents and resources. Our goal is to make a difference in the lives of others, fulfill the dream of home ownership and help eliminate sub-standard housing in Eastern Connecticut.


Organized in 1987, Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut (HFHECT) has constructed or rehabilitated 70 homes in our area using volunteer labor and donated building material or material purchased with donated funds. The affiliate's financial backing comes from private citizens, foundations, corporations, and area churches. Future homeowners work side by side with volunteers from the community.


We'll work with your schedule.


67 ChapmanGroton, CT 06340



  • Construction
  • Group Facilitation
  • Faith-based Leadership




  • Orientation or Training
  • As little as a few hours per month.

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