Immediate Opening for a Project Coordinator

Home Repair Project Coordinator sought for Nazareth Farm, a Catholic volunteer community serving those in rural West Virginia by providing home repair and leading volunteers in the service work. See job description below listing. 

The ideal candidate:

  • has experience and ideally licensing in construction – especially roofing, interior repair, ramps;
  • has experience and a desire to work with high school and college students;
  • has experience and willingness to train staff and volunteers on home repair skills;
  • has an openness to prayer, simplicity, and living in community.

Room, board, salary, and benefits provided. Living off-site is an option. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Send cover letter and resume to: Please put “Project Coordinator Search” in the subject line. 



Job Description: Project Coordinator


Under the general direction and in collaboration with the Director, the Project Coordinator is responsible for staff development and worksite coordination.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assesses home repair project requests with the Director
  • Recommends and prioritizes projects based on need and ability
  • Creates written plans and diagrams for selected projects including estimated costs, time, labor, and equipment needed for project completion
  • Instructs Nazareth Farm volunteer staff on skills and techniques for leading home repair work-sites
  • Monitors work sites through close contact with Nazareth Farm work site coordinators and homeowners/families
  • Ensures that high school and college volunteers are properly trained and given safety instructions

Nazareth Farm Property Maintenance

  • In conjunction with the Director, oversees property maintenance of Nazareth Farm buildings and grounds including day-to-day repairs, long-term planning, and safety needs
  • Sets priorities and deadlines for completion of Farm projects in a timely manner
  • Researches and purchases new tools and hardware (or solicits donors for these)
  • Oversees maintenance and repair of Farm tools and hardware

Materials & Supplies

  • Purchases and orders all materials and supplies for home repair projects
  • Oversees the efficient use of materials and supplies
  • Maintains accurate inventory of project supplies so that clients can be billed
  • Processes receipts for project and farm improvement supplies
  • Creates and delivers bills for homeowners


  • Administers proper safety standards through orientations for volunteers, staff, and homeowners at the Farm and at all work-sites
  • Maintains documentation related to work-sites
  • Performs other construction administration tasks as assigned by the Director

Community and Public Relations

  • Maintains a good relationship with the Project Consultant, a local person who can advise on difficult construction matters
  • Works closely with the Director
  • Communicates with home owners on their project application, timeline, and any concerns
  • Is the contact person for local social service agencies requesting home repair help and maintains positive relationship with agency staff
  • Upholds standards and values as described in “Responsibilities of Community Members” in the Community Handbook

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Two years construction experience with a working knowledge of basic home building skills including framing, roofing, drywall, porches/ramps, and trim work.
    • Skill with plumbing, electrical, or related field is a plus but not required
  • Ability to effectively teach staff and volunteers with different learning styles
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills
    • Proficiency with Office Suite and computers
    • Knowledge of Sketch-Up (or something similar) and QuickBooks is a plus
  • Open to collaborative ministry with volunteers and the people of the area
  • Minimum of a two-year commitment