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ReStore Safety and Inventory Coordinator
Habitat for Humanity Northumberland is seeking a summer contract ReStore Safety and Inventory Coordinator. The position must be filled by a student returning to school full-time in the fall of 2016.
The ReStore Safety and Inventory Coordinator will be primarily responsible for supporting the acquisition, placement and retailing of ReStore product and the implementation of the onsite Health and Safety program. Required qualifications include strong interpersonal skills and, at a minimum, a G2 or higher license. A full job posting including position responsibilities and other qualifications can be found
APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 4:00 pm ON FRIDAY JUNE 3rd.
Applications can be sent Attention: Meaghan Macdonald, Executive Director either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or hand delivered (764 Division St., Cobourg) during regular business hours (9am-4pm).
Building Homes. Building Hope.
Habitat Northumberland seeks
applicants for ReNew It Home Repair/Renovation Program
Need an accessibility ramp for your home?
Require home repairs?
Can't afford traditional renovations?
Low-Income homeowners can apply for
two new 0% interest loan programs through
Habitat for Humanity Northumberland:
ReNew It Ramp Builder/Accessibility Loan
ReNew It Home Repair Loan
Applications will be accepted
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WE MOVED & PULLED A HOUSE!!!
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Local Brighton cottage-owners generously donated their old cottage to Habitat Northumberland. The municipality of Brighton donated land, Pollard the Mover moved the house close to its new lot and Rev. Kevin Fast then pulled the home the last 30 yards.
The incredibly generous home donors,
Peter Bishop and Rennie Wilkinson.