Habitat For Humanity in Armenia
Program & Admin assistant
Mariana Hovsepyan
Tel: 007 206 106
Web: http://www.habitat.am/

Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce that it is establishing a
new National Organization in Armenia.

Executive Director (ED)
Responsible for managing the overall country operations towards
achieving the country strategy. Through management of the national
office the ED will ensure key functions such as resource development,
communications, partnership & program development, financial
management, etc.

Program Development Manager
Responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of
national / regional partnerships and projects which address diverse
housing needs in Armenia.

Finance & Admin Manager
Responsible for the finance, admin and legal functions of the national
office: including state and international financial reporting; payroll
services; monitoring fiscal indicators; ensuring systems and policies
are in place and implemented.

Construction Manager
Responsible for the development, implementation, monitoring of from a
technical perspective construction programs supervised by the national
office (NO) ensuring that the projects meet the Habitat standards of
simple, decent, and affordable (SDA).

Donor Care & Communications Coordinator
Responsible for ensuring communication, reporting and the development
of relationships with local and international donors.

Volunteer Coordinator
Responsible for developing and managing a local and international
volunteer program. Ensuring pre-communications, logistics, hosting
standards are met and working with donor care to ensure follow-up.

Please send your CV, motivation letter and two reference letters in
English to: [email protected] by 14th July 2008, 18:00 CET. Only
short-listed candidates will be contacted. All positions are based in

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that welcomes to its
work all people dedicated to the cause of eliminating poverty
housing. Since its founding in the USA in 1976, Habitat has built more
than 250,000 houses in nearly 90 countries, providing simple, decent
and affordable shelter for more than 1 million people. Habitat has
worked in Armenia since 2000 and has served nearly 400 families.