This position is located in Smyrna, GA interested candidates should submit their resumes’ to 


· Input daily job orders into the company’s dispatch system from emails and phone calls
· Answer inquiries from customers about the company’s services and availability
· Confirm job orders and job details with assigned customer contact for the next and notate the status in the system before
assigning crews to job requests
· Revise and update the schedule with any customer changes and requests
· Efficiently schedule crews to jobs by ability, location, availability, and personality traits
· Obtain scheduling approval from the Operations Supervisor
· Send daily schedule to assigned crews and record confirmation or denial of assignments
· Communicate any reroutes and schedule changes to crews in the field
· Replace flaggers who are sick or need to be removed from a job and update the dispatch system accordingly
· Maintain and organize work requests, customer requests, completed work requests, inventory records, and other
information as assigned
· Send daily scheduling reports to management

· Review submitted job tickets for accuracy and completeness
· Follow up on any missing and incomplete job tickets
· Assist with scheduling vehicle repairs and maintenance
· Other administrative tasks as needed
· Assist with billing and payroll duties

High School Education or GED.

Mastery of the English Language, advanced computer skills, 3-5 years of traffic control dispatching or
scheduling experience preferred, but not required

· Strong communication and interpersonal skills (verbal and written)
· Superior customer service skills
· Detail-oriented and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced work environment
· Excellent clerical and organizational skills
· Proficient in MS Office and ability to learn in-house programs
This position reports directly to the Operations Supervisor

· Monday through Friday. Split Shift; in office 8am to 12noon, remotely 3:30pm to 7:30pm
· On call phone on evenings and weekends

· $19 – $23 per hour. DOE. Paid weekly

· Dispatching or Scheduling: Minimum 2 years (Required)
WORK LOCATION: In person at an office in the Smyrna area, and remote late afternoon and evenings

Grants and Communications Manager

Grants and Communications Manager – $70-$75K – Greenville, SC – Interested Candidates should submit their resume’ to 


Position Summary:

The Grants and Communications Manager is responsible for preparing and producing, in draft and final form, grant proposals and solicitations for funding. This position researches and recommends funding opportunities; develops solicitations and proposals for general operating and programmatic needs as well as capital projects; prepares interim and final reports; establishes and cultivates relationships with funders and keeps up-to-date records in our donor database, Blackbaud: Raiser’s Edge. The Grants and Communications Manager communicates the organization’s vision and mission with a wide variety of audiences; and is responsible for writing content in support of fundraising, marketing, and PR efforts including, but not limited to, stewardship and other printed materials, campaign appeals, press releases, op-eds, website, etc.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

· Develop and write grant proposals for foundations and corporations in draft and final form that make a compelling case for financial support.
· Work with leadership and staff in identifying and gathering information on fundable projects.
· Actively work to build and strengthen relationships with funders through meetings, tours of Homes of Hope, etc.
· Prepare interim and final project reports to funding sources on a regular and scheduled basis working with the Financial Department and other departments to ensure timely and accurate reporting.
· Enter and track all grant activity in Raiser’s Edge.
· Work with Donor Relations Manager to create appropriate reports for Director of Resource Development, COO and CEO. Regularly communicate the status of pending proposals.
· Make projections on how much income grants will bring each fiscal year.
· Research and recommend funding opportunities from a broad range of sources, linking their compatibility with organizational needs.
· Monitor program outputs and outcomes and present the data for internal program evaluation and subsequent improvement as led by directors of both programs.
· Research and stay up-to-date on affordable housing and workforce development statistics both locally and nationally. This includes academic research or third-party reports, reading relevant books, etc.
· Work with department heads and other Homes of Hope staff to collect appropriate data and information to write content for the annual Impact Report.
· In coordination with the Annual Giving Manager, and in coordination with appropriate HOH departments, create content for the website.
· Under the guidance of the RDD Director, support fundraising, marketing and PR efforts by writing content for fundraising appeals, stewardship materials, event materials, press releases, op-eds, etc.
· Work with intention to create content with cohesive language and messaging to support the overall goal of increasing awareness and support of the mission of Homes of Hope.
· Attend workshops and participate in webinars to increase knowledge and proficiency.
· Attend weekly Staff Meeting/Devotion, Friday staff lunches, monthly Grant update meetings and All-Staff meetings.
· Maintain awareness of Homes of Hope housing developments and Men’s Workforce Development Program data.
· Periodic travel to locations throughout the state for funder meetings, trainings, etc.
· Assume other tasks and responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements and Qualifications:

· A passion for the vision and mission of Homes of Hope.
· A passion for fundraising.
· Excellent writing skills.
o Must demonstrate writing ability for a public audience and for formal proposals/reports.
o Must demonstrate excellence in problem solving and analytical skills with attention to detail and accuracy.
· Superior relationship-building and communication skills.
· Demonstrate excellent organizational and project management skills with self-initiative to prioritize multiple projects in order to meet department deadlines.
· At least two years professional grant writing experience.
· Successful track record of grant solicitations at local, state, federal and foundation level.
· Ability to think ahead and plan over a 1–2-year time span.
· Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.
· Must be able to work effectively with coworkers as well as be able to work independently.
· Proficient with using Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat and Outlook.

Preferred Qualifications:
· Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years of related experience.
Working Conditions:
36-40 hours per week. 70% in office environments, 20% offsite for work-related appointments and 10% ability to work remotely.

Physical Demands and Work Environment:
Occasionally lift and/or move up to twenty-five pounds. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, and walk. The employee is frequently required to use hands; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; and talk or hear.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Upon Start:
1 day for each month following the starting month (i.e. July Start Date 5 PTO days). These days are available for immediate use.
Beginning January 2025 employees will receive 16 PTO days available for immediate use.
Annual Paid Holidays: 10 Days to include week for Christmas and New Year’s
Annual Floating Holiday: 1 in honor of Employee Birthday and 4 days contiguous with Christmas and Christmas Eve holiday
After 60 days:
Homes of Hope HSA Contribution: $2,500 per year deposited into your account weekly
Homes of Hope SIMPLE IRA Contribution: 2% of Salary
Medical Insurance: 100% Employer Paid
Dental Insurance: 100% Employer Paid
Life Insurance: 100% Employer Paid
Vision and Supplemental Insurance Options available for additional cost to employee to full-time employees
Optional Employee Paid FSA
All Benefits are Assessed Annually
After 1 Year:
Up to 6 consecutive week of paid parental leave with up to an additional 6 consecutive weeks of unpaid parental leave.


Event Team Member – Easley

Event Team Member- Interested candidates should send their resume’ to 


The role of the event team member is to represent Modern Forestry at festivals, fairs, markets, and other events. Team members will interact closely with the event team coordinator to receive information about their event and present a friendly, inviting, and excited passion for candles to each customer.

Responsibilities: Main responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Thursday-Sunday availability
  • Use Asana to communicate information about events
  • Arrive in a timely manner to pick up candles and event supplies
  • Return candles and equipment by 9 AM on Monday.
  • If the event ends late on Sunday night or into the next week, the event team coordinator will reach out to you with the return day/time.
  • Drive to the event in a personal vehicle big enough for candles and event supplies.
  • Take ownership of the supplies and the cash box (money made & money returned must match)
  • Set up the event booth in an inviting and professional manner
  • Understand the entirety of the event through information found in each event’s unique binder as well as Asana.
  • Arrive at the event when the event requires
  • Communicate with the event staff or a fellow vendor when a bathroom break is needed
  • Respond to Modern Forestry team members in a timely manner (within 24 hours)
  • Attend event team member meetings (typically two per year)
  • Further responsibilities will be communicated through the event team coordinator



The company will provide the following for compensation:

  • If paid hourly, the event team member will be compensated for one hour of work ($12) for loading and unloading the event and one hour of work ($12) for set up and tear down.
  • Events that are 3+ days will be given 3 hours of pay ($36) for set up and tear down
  • If paid commission, the hours for unloading, tearing town, setting up are all included in the comparison of whichever is greater pay.
  • Reimbursement of $55 per day (a per diem) to cover food and incidental expenses for events longer than 8 hours.
  • This money will be paid out without receipts required.
  • For setup days (typically Thursdays) with a 3 hour drive or more, an extra per diem pay of $35 will be provided to cover lunch and dinner.
  • Mileage will be compensated based on the IRS rate (.67/mile)
  • 13% of net revenue calculated after taxes and Square processing fees are taken out will be provided as compensation.
  • Modern Forestry will cover hotel cost, event fees, supply costs, and all associated event fees and permit costs.
  • Payment for event, supply pickup, setup/teardown, per diem, and gas reimbursement will be paid out weekly.
  • Minimum Compensation
  • If the 13% is less than $12 an hour, compensation will default to $12 an hour.


Hours are the time of the event plus 1 hour being given for setup and tear down.

Example: The event is from 9am-12pm plus 1 hour set up/tear down so you’ll be paid for 4 hours of time.


Candle Maker – Easley, SC

Candlemaker Job Description – To apply please send your resume’ to – $15/hr 

The role of the candlemaker is to make candles, wax melts, and room sprays for retail, wholesale, and events. Team members will interact closely with the shipping and wholesale teams to receive order information.

Skills needed:

  • Detail oriented.
  • Organized.
  • Efficient.
  • Communicate well with others.
  • Pouring is a physically demanding job, with longer hours depending on the season.
  • Typically 30-40 hours a week.


  • Main responsibilities include but are not limited to
  • Monday-Friday availability
  • Pouring candles and wax melts
  • Preparing room sprays
  • Assembling candle flights
  • Prioritizing orders to meet deadlines
  • Communicating with the shipping team when products will be ready
  • Keeping an accurate inventory of candle-making supplies
  • Maintaining a clean workspace – tables, floor, and candle-making equipment
  • Communicating with other candlemakers what orders are in progress.
  • Attending weekly team member meetings
  • Updating the Pour Room binder with current scent information & recipes
  • Further responsibilities will be communicated through the operations director.

Loan Officer – Greenville, SC

Full -Time Position is located in Greenville, SC.

Pay: $50,000

Interested candidates should send their resume’ to  


The Loan Officer is responsible for identifying, acquiring, and expanding community development lending opportunities in target markets with a focus on providing loan financing and technical assistance to small businesses and nonprofit organizations. The Loan Officer will work closely with borrowers and key stakeholders to find solutions, and effectively manages the loan process from origination through booking, and will continue to actively manage the borrower relationship throughout the term of the loan. The Loan Officer will analyze, structure, and negotiate credit requests.

Key Responsibilities:


• Conduct proactive outreach to target underserved markets and communities to cultivate new lending opportunities.

• Respond to referrals (internal and external) in a timely, professional manner.

• Promote CommunityWorks loan services and products and business services resources to prospective borrowers, community organizations, and other community partners.

• Represent CommunityWorks in public forums, facilitate community outreach efforts, and other activities that promote lending activities.

Loan Origination

• Gathers personal information about clients and businesses to ensure that an informed decision is made regarding the creditworthiness of the borrower and the probability of repayment.

• Analyzes and verifies borrower loan application to determine his or her creditworthiness.

• Provides guidance to prospective borrowers who have problems qualifying for traditional loans.

• Determines the most appropriate type of loan for a particular borrower, and explains specific requirements and restrictions associated with the loan. Underwriting

• Review submitted loan application file to analyze, interpret and evaluate financial information and loan documentation to assess borrower capacity, cash flows, character, collateral and condition to honor his or her obligations.

• Conducts a comprehensive industry and financial analysis and risk assessment and to determine appropriate loan terms and repayment schedule.

• Insure loan requests comply with loan underwriting, product and program policies and procedures.

• Prepare and submit credit memorandums to Director of Lending and/or loan committee for approval.

• Assist with loan closing functions, including preparation of loan documents in consultation with appropriate staff members and legal counsel.

Client Relationship Management

• Guides borrowers through the application process by proactively reaching out to the prospective borrower, obtain basic information about the purpose of the loan and explain the different types of loans and credit terms that are available to the applicant.

• Answers questions about the process and assist borrowers in filling out the application if necessary.

• Works closely with technical assistance staff to guide business owners around best business practices to include: business and strategic planning, capital structures and financing options, marketing, sales, and human resource management to grow and expand funded businesses.

• Work closely with loan collections staff to contact borrowers with delinquent loan accounts to help them find a method of repayment in order to avoid their defaulting on the loan.

• Maintain accurate files of current borrower.

• Understands, adopts, and adheres to organizational policies, procedures and guidelines.

 Professional Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in office and business management or related field.

• Intermediate financial skills and ability to develop and interpret financial statements

• Working knowledge of loan documentation terminology and methodology.

• Analytical, math, and auditing skills with willingness to use qualitative and quantitative data in decision making

• Knowledge and proficiency working with MS Office Applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases and other office software applications.

• Strong spreadsheet and data skills.

• Excellent oral communication skill & writing skills.

• Self-starter who can work independently and in a collegial and collaborative team environment.

• Ability to thrive in an entrepreneurial, team-oriented, and mission driven environment.

• Physical ability to perform essential job functions.

Personal Qualifications:

• Personal maturity, professional discretion, emotional intelligence, strong work ethic, task oriented, highly responsive to the day to day needs of the organization, ability to work effectively with a range of personnel, including the CEO, the management team, other professional staff.

• Ability to organize multi-faceted & diverse assignments, manage multiple priorities and projects simultaneously.

• Cheerful presence, patience, social and communication skills, enthusiasm, consistently positive attitude.

• High energy, flexibility and drive to work in an entrepreneurial organization. High tolerance for ambiguity, changing demands, and multiple priorities.

• Strong analytical, accuracy, and problem-solving capabilities.

• Passion for affordable housing, community development, social justice.

• A commitment and ongoing interest in working in the non-profit field.