About Pee Wee Homes: Launched in 2017, Pee Wee Homes is an innovative non-profit organization with a mission to create dignified, affordable, tiny homes in a caring community for, and with, people transitioning out of homelessness. We build, manage, and support affordable, accessible, small homes — homes that individuals with fixed income or earning minimum wage can afford; homes that allow older individuals to age in community; and, importantly, homes that support independence in the context of community. Pee Wee Homes is a nonprofit organization based in Chapel Hill, NC. Pee Wee Homes has completed two small development projects over the last 3 years, with 5 residents who have all made transitions out of homelessness. Two additional sites are under development, with the potential to provide homes for 5 more residents.
About the Position: Pee Wee Homes has reached a critical stage in our growth and development. With five existing tenants in two communities of homes, we have ever-expanding opportunities to support, connect, and strengthen these communities and the partnerships around them. With an active all-volunteer board about to undergo strategic planning, we have exciting possibilities to deepen our model and pursue healthy growth. With five units under development and abundant interest from the broader community for expanding our reach, we need the critical ability to communicate and build support for the essential mission at the heart of our work. We are hiring this half-time Program Coordinator to level up our capacity as an organization, primarily focused on tenant support, organizational development, and communications. This is Pee Wee Homes’ only staff position and requires proactive coordination and engagement with board members, tenants, partners, and a range of community stakeholders.
See the job responsibilities and requirements in the job posting link.
Position Details: This part-time contracted position will report to the chair of the Board of Directors and will be based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Expected commitment is 15-20 hours per week. Compensation is $1,500-$2,000 per month depending on hourly commitment and experience. Preferred start date of August 23rd (negotiable). This is a grant-funded position for 1-year. The hope is that additional funding will be obtained to extend employment.
To Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Priority application deadline is July 26th. Position open until filled.
PWH is an equal opportunity employer, and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ applicants.