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Homelessness Program Manager
Buncombe County The primary purpose of this position is to advance the County’s efforts to address homelessness. This position is responsible for collaborating with entities and individuals seeking to address homelessness including public, private, non-profit, philanthropic, and social service agencies; faith based, healthcare, and veterans’ service organizations; law enforcement, jail and criminal support staff; and community volunteers. This position will coordinate and connect resources and services that address homelessness and are intended to achieve functional zero homelessness.
Greensboro Housing Coalition The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of the Greensboro Housing Coalition (GHC). The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and affordable housing advocacy throughout the community. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.
Communications Director Position: 123020001
Cumberland County This position is in the County's Public Information Office and will be responsible for the planning, administration, and management of the department. The incumbent will identify and analyze the communication needs of the County and execute internal and external communications in accordance with County policy, departmental guidelines and the Governmental Communication goals outlined in the Board of Commissioners’ Priorities and Objectives. This position reports to an Assistant County Manager and provides leadership and supervision to the Deputy Director, two Communications and Outreach Coordinators, Public Information Specialist, Public Information Specialist/Social Media Strategist, two Graphic Design Information Specialists, an Admin Program Officer I, and the Print, Mail, Design unit.
Finance and Operations Manager
CEF Position Overview Working closely with CEF’s executive and board leadership the Finance & Operations Manager will oversee financial management and oversight, manage CEF’s financial coaching & Safe Savings programs, and ensure the organization is complying with all audit and legal recommendations. The Finance & Operations Manager will be responsible for leading organizational budgeting processes, the preparation of financial statements and projections, supervising financial record-keeping and accounting, oversight of CEF’s operating budget, check-writing, and payroll. The Finance & Operations Manager will have a combination of on- and off-site work; some tasks and duties will be performed in both CEF’s Chapel Hill and Durham offices, and other tasks can be completed remotely. The Finance & Operations Manager will report to the Executive Director, lead the Finance Committee, be an active member of the Resources & Financial Coaching team, and is a key member of the Senior Leadership Team.
Housing Case Worker
Community Link Conduct thorough assessments of all new customers and assist during periods of crisis and/or transitions by utilizing appropriate social work methods. Participate in Intake/ Traveler's Aid services rotation, providing telephone and face-to-face information about Community Link programs and community resources. Coordinate customer referrals, as appropriate, to community resources and to internal resources for financial coaching program and homeownership counseling. In partnership with customers, develop, review and amend efficient and effective case plans. Legal Aspects
Maintain confidentiality of all program documents and records. Adhere to NASW Code of Ethics. Maintain participant and CoC Program documentation, including all financial and programmatic records, for a period of at least five years in accordance with 24 CFR 578.103 (c). Administration
Issue commitment letters to all CoC customers and landlords regarding program status. Attend and actively participate in interagency staff and multidisciplinary meetings. Compile and submit reports to Program Manager as assigned. Database/ File Maintenance
Ensure customers sign a consent form regarding the database. Update and maintain pertinent information. Input data in a timely manner (24 hours). Enter CoC Program information into the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Accurately record case notes, update plans and recertify as required. Maintain confidentiality of all program records and documents. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's Degree Required, Master's degree of Social Work preferred. Valid Driver's License. Two-Three years' experience in social services assessment and service delivery. Experience based understanding of protocols related to real estate taxes, utilities management, and similar factors related to home occupancy Effective familiarity with the Residential Real Estate sector and related codes
Thrive Thrive is looking for an individual who is compassionate, a strong advocate, and who understands mental illness, substance use, and homelessness.
This case manager position is responsible for supporting individuals and families as they work to achieve mental health and housing stability as well as fostering independent living skills.
Case managers assist in increasing the quality of life for each participant while respecting each person’s preference in level of independence.
The ideal candidate is detail oriented, a self-starter, and happy to work in a team atmosphere. Persons with lived experience, BIPOC, and bi-lingual are encouraged to apply.
Experience working in affordable housing/homeless outreach/homelessness prevention programs preferred for this position.
Applicants must have a valid driver’s license with a 5-year clear driving record. Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
Pay: $16.00 – $18.00 per hour
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Access to Employee Assistance Network for mental health services, Paid Time Off in addition to multiple paid holidays.
COVID-19 considerations: Thrive employees are required to be COVID 19 vaccinated and follow CDC recommendations.
Navigation Center Program Coordinator
The Salvation Army The Program Coordinator (coordinator of our Day Center for people experiencing homelessness) of our Day Center is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the day centers programs, including client intake and inquiries, program oversight; staff supervision and scheduling; data collection and report preparation; compliance; and all other matters required to ensure a smooth, safe operation and excellent service to Day center guests. Oversees all program operations to ensure success of the program in meeting client needs. Day to day management and operation of the Day Center programs.
Mental Health Counselor
The Haven of Transylvania The Mental Health Counselor is responsible for quality of client management to help clients maximize success and promote self-sufficiency. Duties include assessing, planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating actions required to meet the client’s goals and exit plan to permanent housing.
The Mental Health Counselor is a part-time position up to 20 hours per week.
QUALIFICATIONS: • Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor or Associate • 2 – 3 years under the supervision of a licensed professional • Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, or social work and/or 2 or more years’ experience • Continued Education • Knowledge of issues related to homelessness or lived experience • Excellent written and oral communication • Computer proficiency • Ability to multi-task • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail • Good listener and easy to talk to • Ability to work autonomously • Ability to respond to requests for information via phone, mail or email • Ability to work as a team member and support the mission and goals of The Haven
HOURS: Up to 20 -25 hours per week; as determined by the needs of the shelter and staff
COMPENSATION: Minimum starting pay $30
BENEFITS: + PTO time shall be earned at a rate proportional to the average number of hours they work per week. + Insurance stipend