The screening will assess only the identified physical demands of the job being applied for.
"Please note, persons transferring within the same job classifications where the physical demands are the same (as determined by the job's physical demands analysis), will not need a physical capacity test." Physical Demands The job duties of Meterman require lifting 50 lbs from floor to waist, 50 lbs waist to forehead, carrying 50 lbs with one hand, and ladder climbing.
-Applicant must complete at least 500 hours (250 from applicant(s) and 250 from friends or family members) of sweat equity towards the building of Habitat homes.
-Applicant must be willing to live in the neighborhood in which Coos Bay Area Habitat is currently building.
-Income is lower than the 60% median as set by HUD (click here to be taken to the current standards). Examples include mold, severe leaks, inadequate heating and cooling, etc.
Additional requirements of the Meterman position include occasional forceful grip and pinch; manipulation of small objects; climbing stairs.
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The first phase of constructing the home is our design and land selecting phase, in which we present a qualified architect and engineer with a list of requirements based upon the family’s individual needs and our land availability.
Once the home is finished, and all requirements have been met for homeownership, we turn the keys over to the new homeowners during a dedication ceremony attended by the family, volunteers, donors, sponsors, and Board members. Coos Bay Area Habitat for Humanity (as well as Habitat for Humanity International) does business in accordance with the federal Fair Housing Act.