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!

If you are seeking an intern opportunity, please email us at [email protected]. See below for available opportunities at our partner organizations.

The Accountant position is part of a small, tight-knit team of professionals. This position works directly for the Director of Administration to provide business and accounting support in the areas of grant billing, accounts payable/receivable, HR support, banking, procurement, account reconciliation, vendor relations and inventory management.

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The Homeless Coalition is looking for a full-time Critical Time Interventionist to join our team! The Critical Time Interventionist is a hybrid position that provides intensive case management and training to other case managers. The Interventionist will be responsible for providing coordinated case management and supportive services for currently or formerly homeless individuals with chronic medical conditions, mental health disorders, substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders. This position will deliver services on-site, in outreach locations, shelters and in supportive housing to help link clients to services which include, but are not limited to life skills workshops, money management, educational attainment, access to health services, counseling, job training and placement opportunities and resident activity coordination.

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The Landlord Engagement Specialist is part of the Landlord Engagement Team within the Operations Department. This position will support the Landlord Engagement Coordinator and Manager in the procurement of lead generation, unit cultivation, data entry and upkeep, and maintenance of Landlord Partnerships.

For full job description CLICK HERE and send your resume to Kimberly Doty to apply

The TCHC HMIS team provides service organizations, nonprofits, and government agencies with support and technical assistance through data collection, reporting, and analysis. The HMIS Specialist will demonstrate an aptitude for excellence in technical assistance, customer service, critical thinking, and problem solving. This position requires high energy and exemplary soft skills. The candidate must have the ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and written.  Communication will be directed to a variety of audiences.  The position requires a patient, ego-less approach to customer support and troubleshooting. The candidate must have proficiency in the use of computers and various software applications as well as the ability to provide technical assistance by telephone, email, help ticket, and face-to-face contact. The ideal candidate is a team player, has a well-disciplined, organized approach to time and task management, and exhibits qualities that illustrate a dedication to meeting the needs of organizations working to prevent and end homelessness.

 

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PARTNER OPPORTUNITIES

The Journey Home Guest Coordinator is responsible for ensuring connection to case management services, partner service providers, and classes for guests who come to the facility for shelter, day services, and central resource access. This includes meeting all new guests that enter the facility, pointing them in the right direction for initial services such as scan cards and TB testing, providing an orientation to True Worth Place, and tracking guest participation in the Housing and Income Connection program. This position will also assist existing guests with entering the Connection program.

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Responsible for case management activities for guests 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 guests.  Duties include assessment of needs, identification resources matched to the need, coordination with guests 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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The TRAC Residential Case Manager will provide case management services, support services, and independent living skills training to current and/or former youth ages 18 and older transitioning from substitute care to independent living. He/she will provide supportive counseling; linkage to resources; housing, employment and independent living training; crisis intervention and management, among other services, to participants in this program.

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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. This is a full time position and pays $14.00/hr.

For full job description CLICK HEREPlease send a cover letter and resume to Rachel Madzima to apply.

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

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Provide mobile housing assessments to ensure equal access to housing for individuals experiencing unsheltered homelessness. Work with Chief Operating Officer and Outreach Team Leads in providing evidence-based outreach services that promote the Housing First model. Meet people at campsites and places not meant for human habitation to limit barriers to housing. Assess for diversion and complete HUD and Housing Assessment Tools with individuals to better understand individual housing needs. Follow-up monthly outreach contact with individuals until housing opportunity has been secured. Provide street outreach services to unsheltered individuals in our community. Work with Chief Operating Officer and Outreach Team Leads, and related partner agencies and housing providers in initiating housing matches in CAS, coordinating intakes, and securing documents and supports for unsheltered homeless individuals. Adhere to the philosophical and operational standards of a “Housing First” model. Represent agency as a social work professional. Attend meetings, workshops, seminars, collaborative work groups, and maintain membership on various committees and in organizations relevant to the agency’s role as a major homeless services provider.

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Perform surveys to gauge the needs and interests of our client population of newly housed and chronically unhoused individuals. Reach out to the community of recreation specialists, homeless service partners, and the volunteer community. Schedule recreational activities and events for the enhancement of client’s lives, and aid in recovery from homelessness, isolation, and serious behavioral healthcare deficits. Identify and secure an array, as necessary, of recreational options. Solicit feedback from participants, and use this feedback to evaluate the efficacy of recreational solutions.

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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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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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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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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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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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