Knoxville Habitat for Humanity is a fantastic place to work. Our employees are a close-knit group who are dedicated to the Habitat mission. We encourage you to apply for any open positions listed on this page by either submitting a cover letter and resume (if indicated below) or by filling out our secure online employment application.  No phone calls, please, unless noted otherwise in a specific posting.


Open Positions:







 Ensures the Knoxville Habitat for Humanity office is run in a professional and efficient manner and to provide administrative assistance to staff.



 Responsible for the daily office functions, such as answering the phone, taking messages and greeting walk-in traffic during office hours of Monday – Friday 9:00AM- 5:00PM; maintains an inventory of office supplies; picks up mail at the P.O. Box and responsible for getting mail to the P.O.; involved with the Knoxville Habitat for Humanity database; assists with quarterly newsletter; assists with all written correspondence to donors and Knoxville Habitat for Humanity supporters; keeps worker’s comp records current and updates when needed; assists with grant-writing and other development needs; attends monthly Board of Directors meetings and keeps minutes for meeting; corresponds with the Board of Directors at the direction of the Executive Director; assists with potential family partner applications; has weekly meeting with Executive Director.



Basic computer skills needed; considerable skill needed in developing and maintaining effective working relationships with a variety of individuals; good phone etiquette; ability to compose and write letters; self-driven with an ability to work independently.



$25,000 annually

Health insurance for the employee, with option to pay for additional family

401(K) plan available

9 paid holidays

7 personal days the first year, then 15 personal days per year (vacation and sick)


To apply, please fill out the following application and submit with resume to sfultz@khfh.com: Click HERE for Application



This individual will be responsible for various aspects of the Homeownership program, including but not limited to the following:


-Development and management of the educational curriculum

  • -Development of follow up support for homeowners post-purchase
  • -Development and nurturing of partnerships in the community with other agencies, our volunteers and staff


The ideal candidate will have:


-A Bachelor’s degree in education or social science

 -Familiarity with community and social services delivery systems and processes

 -Experience developing and monitoring outcome measures


Additionally, any candidate should have:


 -A heart for the mission of Knoxville Habitat for Humanity

 -A “success driven and self motivated” attitude

 -Excellent oral and written communications skills to support the ability to communicate with people of diverse background

 -An ability to work in a team environment and creatively address challenges

 -An ability to manage detailed information, records, and maintain confidentiality

 -An ability to maintain boundaries and provide appropriate support

 -An ability to collect, organize and present family data to staff and board members.


This position will report to the Family Services Manager. This position does not adhere to a traditional 9-5 schedule.  It does require some Saturday and evening hours to meet with partners, teach classes, or represent the affiliate in the community; thus, the candidate must be able to work a non-traditional schedule. Candidate must have reliable transportation, valid insurance, and a clean driving record.


Salary Range $30,000 to $33,000, depending on experience  

Competitive benefits package


To apply, please send cover letter and resume to aengelstad@khfh.com.

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Homeownership is a big part of The American Dream. At Knoxville Habitat for Humanity, we are a proud partner with individuals and families who are living in substandard housing conditions who want a safe and comfortable place to call home.

From donations of money or land to cars and items we sell, here’s how you can help.

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