JOIN OUR TEAM

Are you passionate about ending homelessness? Do you believe everyone deserves a place to call home? If you want to impact homelessness in a big way, the Homeless Coalition is the place for you. We strive for an environment of customer service, teamwork, collaboration and compassion and think you’ll enjoy working with us. We offer a variety of positions and our website is updated frequently as positions become available. Thanks for considering being part of our team!

The Homeless Coalition does not currently have any job openings. If you are seeking an intern opportunity, please email us at [email protected]. See below for available opportunities at our partner organizations.

PARTNER OPPORTUNITIES

Responsible for case management activities for residents residing at Casa de Esperanza with the primary goals of maintaining housing and mainstream benefits along with increasing income and self-sufficiency.  Case management includes providing information and referrals, life skills training, and long term goal planning with residents.  Duties include assessment of needs, identification resources matched to the need, coordination with residents to connect with needs, and documentation of those services.  Services must be coordinated with all relevant departments and must fall within the mission of Presbyterian Night Shelter.

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Responsible for providing embedded case management services on-site at highest density scattered-site properties throughout Tarrant County.  The primary focus for this position is to improve outcomes, provide additional support to the guests and strengthen the relationship with on-site property management.  This role will work in collaboration with the assigned housing Journey Home Guide.  Services must be coordinated with all relevant departments and must fall within the mission of Presbyterian Night Shelter.

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To work closely with clients to build their self-efficacy base on a Housing First model utilizing relation theory and stages of change concepts, equipping clients with skills to sustain sobriety and recovery from addiction, trauma, mental health issues and other concerns. The goal is to increase client’s self-sufficiency and maintain their housing arrangements. Specialist will work with all referred High Priority Directions Home clients and their housing case managers to develop a treatment plan based on individual needs. Follow-ups will be provided as needed to care for the client and to communicate with the referring case manager.

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SafeHaven has several job opportunities available! Click the link below to visit their career opportunities page.

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The Counselor serves as a clinician for our residents, referred by the Case Management department. As a Counselor, they will use various modalities, including; crisis intervention, Solution Focused intervention, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing, all surrounded by a strengths based approach. The goal of the clinical department is to address issues with the resident that require deeper exploration and skill development, to lead the resident to lasting change and healing.

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The Mission Support Services Mentor requires a flexible, reliable, and professional individual, with the ability to work with the public. Individual with strong communication skills, customer service skills and a kind, but firm presence are desired. The Mission Support Mentor is responsible for welcoming guests, answering the phones, and performing other duties ensuring the Facility is secured 24 hours per day. This position will interact with other staff, residents, and guests.

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The Kitchen Assistant assists in the preparation of the ingredients and supplemental items necessary for the production of daily meals by the Shift Cook, ensures that all surface and preparation areas are clean and is responsible for the cleaning of all dishes, cooking equipment and serving equipment.  The Kitchen Assistant functions as an essential member of the food service department team, and as such, accepts assignments to perform various duties within the kitchen.

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The Driver is responsible for driving the Union Gospel Mission bus to transport our children and residents to school, vacation Bible school, summer school, and appointments as needed.

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The ideal candidate would provide evidenced-based counseling interventions to military veterans and their family members with mental and/or behavioral health issues such as coping with PTSD, depression, anxiety, stress, personal or family crisis, substance abuse issues and/or other issues to help them reconnect as a family and improve their quality of life and overall functioning.  Works with referred clients to develop individualized treatment plans which may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Systems Family Therapy, Seeking Safety, Trauma Informed Care, Referral to Higher Level of Care, and Family Support Services such as Parenting and Marriage Seminars. Develops individualized counseling plans to specifically target the unique needs of veterans and their family members. License require: LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LPC-Associate, or LMFT Associate.

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Recovery Resource Council a 75-year-old agency located in Dallas and Fort Worth is seeking a IT and Facilities Coordinator. We are looking for someone to perform Information Systems and Facilities Management duties for the Dallas, Fort Worth, and Denton offices. Assist in the oversight of all IT and Facility Management responsibilities for the Dallas office. Provides customer service to callers and visitors. Serve as administrative support to Recovery Resource Council staff and complete other duties as assigned.

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Responsible for basic care of shelter residents by enforcing all safety procedures, cleanliness guidelines, and shelter policies, creating a supportive and culturally sensitive environment for shelter residents, staff, and volunteers. Assist residents in identifying and resolving social or other problems in conjunction with professional staff, while enforcing shelter rules and schedule. Conduct intakes and orientation on new shelter residents. Ability to document all activities during scheduled shift. Maintain professional boundaries with team members, residents and volunteers. Maintain safety of shelter by monitoring security cameras and screening residents’ belongings.

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The Career Advisor I (CA) is a pivotal role on the team. The CA provides career counseling and coaching to help customers enhance their training and professional skillset in order to obtain employment in their desired field.  The CA expands job seeker employment opportunities through career exploration strategies and directly impacts C2 GPS’ mission success.

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A core member of the C2 GPS’ career center team, The Customer Solutions Representative (CSR) is crucial to achieving our mission.  The CSR builds relationships with customers to access workforce services within the career centers and through referrals to our community partners.

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The Rise Up Program Manager is responsible for day-to-day operations of the young adult  program, you adult Program staff and department’s goals and outcomes.

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Under direction, this position oversees the operations and the service delivery system of special programs/grants/contracts and provides guidance to staff on the implementation of such programs as: National Emergency Grant (NEG); Project GROW; and/or Migrant Seasonal Farm Workers (MSFW). The position ensures that staffs provide quality customer service, facilitates the provision of workforce services for the appropriate programs/grants/contracts and provides executive, managerial and administrative leadership to carry out directives. The position develops solutions, makes recommendations for improvement, participates in problem resolution and is accountable for all system and staff performance relating the programs/grants/contracts. Analyzes existing and proposed programs, policies, and services to ensure their equitability and responsiveness to customer needs. Provides recommendations for improvements in customer service systems, relations, and administration. Implements programs and services targeted to specific customer needs. Serves as liaison to develop and maintain relations with community groups and complaint/regulatory agencies.

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The Talent Acquisition Specialist is responsible for creating and maintaining a talent pipeline primarily through direct sourcing and research to attract both passive and active candidates. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will research, develop, and implement effective recruiting and staffing strategies to attract a diverse pool of qualified and capable talent for the organization by using traditional and innovative methods.  The Talent Acquisition Specialist will act as a liaison with colleges and universities to coordinates and facilitates engagement in campus relations initiatives and programs in collaboration with internal stakeholders.

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The Career & Training Coach supports program participants in identifying training and professional development needs based on the participant’s skills gap, knowledge and or desired goals as it relates to self-sufficiency.  Once training needs are identified, coach connects participants to appropriate training programs. The Career & Training Coach will also provide support to agency training programs, including adult education programming.

 

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This position will encompass bridging the gap to employability and increasing one’s income potential and self-sufficiency.  This position will assist clients with career-building skills and finding job openings available within the community.  This position will also provide direct client services related to job readiness training, job coaching, job placement services, job recruitment/development along with employer engagement, and job retention support.  The employee will be expected to travel to various agencies and businesses throughout the Tarrant County area in his/her own vehicle and work a flexible schedule.

 

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The Resource Specialist will provide general case management for our clients by determining and coordinating integrated services for participants coming to CEC through our Welcome Center, internal or external referrals, or via phone and email contact. The Resource Specialist, in collaboration with the participants, will develop a success plan which will emphasize the goals the participant perceives to be important for their stability while maintaining program requirements and generating progress in the participant’s goals. The Resource Specialist will coordinate services and make appropriate referrals to internal or community agencies in order to help the participant receive all the services for which they are eligible, moving them toward stability. Bilingual in Spanish preferred.

 

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Come be a part of an innovative team that does “whatever it takes to create success for women experiencing homelessness! The Center for Transforming Lives is currently seeking a full-time Residential Services Program Manager for the Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing programs.

 

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Center for Transforming Lives has an immediate opening in our growing Housing Services program for a Housing Specialist. Come be a part of an innovative team that does whatever it takes to create success for families experiencing homelessness.

The Housing Specialist works collaboratively with the Tarrant County Homeless Coailition (TCHC) to rapidly move inividuals and families out of homelessness into safe adn stabel permenant housing. The housing specialist has the primary responsibility of partnering with individuals and families experiencing homelessness to locate adn secure housing utilizing a trauma informed approach and implementing Housing First Principles, when applicable.

 

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Center for Transforming Lives is currently seeking a full-time Emergency Shelter Case Manager to work Monday-Friday and occasional Saturday hours as needed for programming.

The Case Manager is responsible for providing trauma informed care to aid in the successful transition for both the residential and when transitioning into community housing. The Case Manager will also be responsible for developing relationships, providing competent leadership in the event of an emergency or crisis situation, coordinating services with local shelters, assessing participants for the program, and ensuring compliance with program expectations. In addition, the Case Manager will be responsible for assisting participants with obtaining the necessary resources to achieve service plan goals. The Case Manager position does entail light travel for participant needs and other program related activities.

 

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Center for Transforming Lives is currently seeking part time Resident Care Specialists for the women’s Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Programs for the weekend shifts
(Saturday/Sunday 12am-8am and 4pm-12am). The Resident Care Specialist will be responsible for interacting and supporting the women and their children with trauma informed care as well as providing mediation or crisis intervention between families or crisis. The Resident Care Specialist will monitor all the women and children as they enter and exit the facility; ensure program operations and expectations are enforced; ensure the safety of all family members in the program; hold families accountable for completing chores; answer telephones, and ensure rooms are ready for new families.

 

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Answers the telephone in a courteous manner and directs calls to the appropriate destination; records accurate and complete messages when necessary; receives and receipts deliveries and donations; greets and announces visitors and clients; provides general information about The Salvation Army’s operations and services; performs routine administrative work such as accurately preparing letters, memos, etc. and filing; prepares checks for deposits; prepares employment paperwork; records and updates statistical information and other duties as assigned by Corp Officers.

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Under general supervision of the Community Center Director, maintains the front desk area; signs up and checks in members; greets guests; answers the telephone; maintains a professional and organized appearance to members, parents, and visitors at the Club and over the phone; represents the Community Center in a positive professional manner.

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Provides a variety of cleaning duties and maintains the building to ensure the upkeep, neatness, and cleanliness of the same on a daily basis.

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Assists the Corps Officer in the planning and coordinating of the day-to-day activities and programs for the residents of the Catherine Booth & Evangeline Booth Friendship Houses; provides transportation for tenants as needed; assists in securing and distributing donations for the tenants; serves as a liaison to other agencies in order to obtain and coordinate assistance and resources, when necessary, for tenants with additional needs.

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Assists with providing direct oversight of multiple shelter and housing program operations at various locations, ensuring programmatic accountability and fiscal stability; recruits, trains, and supervises program managers; provides staff training and development; plans, develops, and implements program policies and procedures; manages program grants and contacts; develops management information; and ensures compliance with Salvation Army policies and grant, contract and licensure requirements.

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Leads children’s activities at a day camp program, including classroom training, tutoring, sports activities, bible study, computer programs and specialized programs; prepares and serves children lunch and snacks; assists in leading field trips; maintains the cleanliness of the after school area; transports passengers in a Salvation Army vehicle as needed.

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Provide comprehensive case management to Veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. To provide quality of life and maintain the highest possible ability to function within the community. ***Searching for applicants within the Dallas and Fort Worth area.

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Provides support to the Community Development Housing team including new client intake, application processing, maintenance of files and recordkeeping, conflict resolution, and landlord engagement.

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Provides analytical support for County-wide initiatives associated with COVID-19-related programs and projects. Reviews applications, budgets, financial reports, and audits for compliance with applicable guidance and regulations. Assists with research, statistical data, and policy support in order to facilitate the County’s ARPA and COVID-19 efforts in a variety of areas including County operations, public health initiatives, grant programs, citizen relations and communications, emergency management, and other Countywide initiatives.

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