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Are you passionate about ending homelessness? Do you believe everyone deserves a safe and decent 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!

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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.

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The YHDP Manager is responsible for leading the development of a community plan to end youth homelessness, implement a competition for projects to help end youth homelessness, and provide monitoring and technical assistance for partner agencies in ending youth homelessness for TX-601.

This position works independently with a high level of autonomy to lead complex projects including, but not limited to, the continued planning and implementation of the HUD-funded Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) to accelerate efforts to end youth and young adult homelessness and administering the annual youth Point In Time Count. Successful applicants for this position will possess strong planning skills, project management skills, meeting facilitation skills with consumers and providers, and will hold subject matter expertise and knowledge that will support the continued development of a plan for ending youth and young adult homelessness for the YHDP as well as leading implementation and the oversight and accountability structure for the YHDP plan once finalized.

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The Coordinated Entry Operations Specialist will partner with the Operations Manager to oversee the  Coordinated Entry System. The ultimate goal of Coordinated Entry is to end homelessness as quickly as possible by following a standardized and evidence-based approach. The Specialist will oversee and manage housing matches through Coordinated Entry.  Additionally, the Specialist will help the Operations Manager and Operations Coordinator with special projects and initiatives that arise and as necessary.

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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, and problem solving. This position requires high energy, strong professional, interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills. The candidate must have the ability to communicate effectively to a variety of audiences, coupled with 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, 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 data needs of organizations working to prevent and end homelessness.

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The CoC Planning Coordinator works closely with the CoC Planning Director to build a system and support partners in ending homelessness in TX-601. The CoC Planning Coordinator leads: customer service for partner agencies, program performance monitoring, technical support, systems level monitoring, and committee meetings. The CoC Planning Coordinator supports programs in continuous quality improvement as needed. The CoC Planning Coordinator leads the development and implementation of one initiative at a time to improve the homeless service system and end homelessness in TX-601.

Successful applicants for this position will possess strong planning skills, project management skills, meeting facilitation skills with consumers and providers, and will hold subject matter expertise and knowledge that will support the continued development of a plan for ending homelessness for TX-601.

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CONTRACTING WITH THE HOMELESS COALITION

The Homeless Coalition occasionally has opportunities for outside vendors to bid on for business with TCHC. When those opportunities are available, they will be posted here. See below for available opportunities.

PARTNER OPPORTUNITIES

Responsible for supervising all aspects of the Family Services shelter, including case management, intake, service plan and their implementation, and guest discharge with the primary goal of rapidly exiting families to permanent housing.  Responsible for coordination with guest services personnel, and security.  Directly supervises journey home guides, and on-site guests services personnel.  Works with Operations Manager regarding work orders and building improvement projects as well as food service delivery.  Responsible for ensuring smooth operations of HMIS data entry, intake processes, overnight sleeping arrangements, school and child care arrangements, and volunteer involvement.  Also responsible for facilitating ancillary services within the shelter setting such as AA/NA groups, support groups, medical services, public health services, mental health services and others.  Works with directors of development and program services regarding funding applications and reports. As a member of management, support administrative leadership team including other Journey Home Program Managers and Vice Presidents:  Programs, Finance, and Development, Human Resources, and the Chief Executive Officer.

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Responsible for rapid exit activities with the primary goal of gaining income or increasing income and rapidly exiting from the homeless system to stable housing.  Journey Home Guide is responsible to identifying and working with individuals with lower VI scores in an effort to help them obtain employment, find housing, and quickly exit homelessness.  Guide may be assigned a caseload within Presbyterian Night Shelter or may serve individuals from other agencies as identified by the Coordinated Entry System.  Services must be coordinated with all relevant departments and must fall within the mission of Presbyterian Night Shelter.

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Responsible for case management activities for guests with the primary goal of finding a viable, long term housing option. Case management includes providing information and referrals, life skills training, and long term goal planning with guests. Duties include assessment of needs, identification of resources matched to the need, coordination with guests to connect with resources, and documentation of 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 case management activities for guests with the primary goal of finding a viable, long term housing option. Case management includes providing information and referrals, life skills training, and long term goal planning with guests. Duties include assessment of needs, identification of resources matched to the need, coordination with guests to connect with resources, and documentation of 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 the following special housing programs: Casa de Esperanza, Family and Individual Rapid Exit (FIRE), and Shallow Subsidies.  The Program Manager will provide supervision and program oversite to the Special Housing programs.  This includes program and grant compliance, reporting and goal attainment.  Directly supervises journey home guides and lead journey home guide.  Responsible for ensuring smooth operations of HMIS data entry, intake processes, and housing retention.  Resource for campus staff in all areas related to housing:  identification of housing, securing housing, and maintaining housing.  Time spent in each program will be determined by grant funding.  As a member of management, support administrative leadership team including other Journey Home Program Managers and Vice Presidents, Programs, Finance, and Development, Vice President of Human Resources, and the Chief Executive Officer.

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The Grants Manager is responsible for researching, writing, submitting, and managing all aspects of the agency’s public grants.  Grants Manager will complete all grant billing which includes compilation and submission of grant invoices and backup documentation.  Additionally, the Grants Manager is responsible for the preparation and timely submission of grant performance reports and outcomes.

The Grants Manager will work closely with the Vice President of Program Services to ensure that grants are written to support agency programs in an effort to end homelessness in Tarrant County.  The Grants Manager will also work with program managers and directors to gain an understanding of the programs and their needs.

The Grants Manager will work closely with the Vice President of Finance to ensure that grant are billed, tracked, and documented.  Grants Manager provides all necessary grant documentation needed for budgeting and audit purposes.

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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 Therapist serves as a manager of their own caseload, as well as a therapist for residents, referred by the Case Management department. As a therapist, they will use crisis intervention, supportive counseling, Solution Focused intervention, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing, as well as a strengths based approach, to address issues that require deeper exploration and skill development, to lead the resident to a lasting change and healing.

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The Case Manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day program planning, managing and implementation of their assigned caseload of Residents. He/She will provide hands-on client based programming, ensuring that these services meet the needs of the UGM-TC Residents. The Case Manager works to assist the Resident in achieving goals, developing skills and address physical, mental, and spiritual and problem solving skills in order for the Resident to graduate from the program with prospects for housing, employment and sustainable independent living.

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Union Gospel Mission –TC has an immediate job opening for a qualified Mission Support Mentor. This is a full-time/3rdShift position (4 on 4 off, rotating schedule) and 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 all guests, answering the phones and performs 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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Under general direction, the Recruiter will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the recruiting and hiring processes by researching, developing, and implementing effective workforce recruiting strategies to connect businesses, hiring managers, and qualified professional level candidates to fill job openings and work-based learning opportunities.

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Assists residents staying in the shelter overnight; performs client intake procedures and prepares client intake records; monitors the activity of residents on an assigned shift ensuring safety, security and compliance to house rules; maintains accurate and complete records and logs containing pertinent information; ensures that facility is maintained in a neat and proper order.

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Leads children’s activities at a child care program, including classroom training, tutoring, sports activities, bible study, computer programs and/or specialized programs; prepares and serves children lunch and snacks; assists in leading field trips; maintains the cleanliness of the child care area.

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Provides administrative support to all operations of the Mabee Center; performs a variety of clerical and secretarial work necessary for the smooth operation of the office; performs dictation, typing, and filing as a majority of the responsibilities; processes a variety of routine paperwork necessary for office operations; answers the telephone and provides general information regarding the office operations.

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Develops, coordinates, and reviews program evaluation procedures for recovery-related programs and projects. Performs statistical analysis, developing and tracking key performance indicators for programs. Ensures compliance with federal and state reporting requirements and provides in-depth analyses of policies, programs, goals, and initiatives associated with federal and state pandemic recovery funding and other recovery-related projects and programs. Assists with research, statistical data, and policy support to facilitate the County’s pandemic recovery efforts in a variety of areas including County operations, public health initiatives, grant programs, community outreach and communications, emergency management, and other County-wide initiatives.

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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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Creates and coordinates communication collateral and outreach materials related to various grant-funded County projects and programs. Assists with virtual and in-person outreach concerning available resources and other relevant public information. Gathers and organizes information for public distribution from a variety of departments engaged in efforts related to federal and state grant-funded and other special initiatives. Coordinates with County departments to maintain a public-facing, online resource center related to available programs and services.

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Arlington Life Shelter is looking for a hard-working Kitchen Helper to assist with dishwashing and other back-of-house tasks. In addition to washing utensils and dishes, you will help keep the kitchen areas and equipment clean throughout your shift. In some cases, you may also assist with washing produce and other food prep tasks. You must be able to stand for long periods of time and lift at least 50 lbs.

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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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INTERN OPPORTUNITIES

If you are seeking an intern opportunity, please email us at [email protected].