Provide oversight/management of the Grace Homes Permanent Supportive Housing Grant This includes:
- Financial Oversight / compliance
- Participate in Continuum of Care committees and other committees that works to end homelessness to adults, youth and children.
- Supervision of staff providing housing stabilization
- Communicate with landlords
- Maintain tenant files
- Attend stakeholder housing meetings
- Maintain tenant guide
Research and explore evidence/based practices (EBP), particularly HUD and SAMHSA EBPs, and remain abreast of changes in housing initiatives.
Regularly implement tactics to accomplish the goals which will enable services provided to run more effectively and efficiently.
Maintain positive, effective relationships with community stakeholders, government leaders, community organizations and agencies which directly and indirectly affect the needs and resources available in the community. Participate in CoC and other community coalitions.
Act as a steward of the organization’s resources. Ensure all resources are utilized properly, legally & ethically, and all entrusted to manage or represent the affairs of KWH are properly directed and highly effective.
Monitor, administer, and evaluate goals, objectives, outcomes, policies and procedures for KWH’s Housing Programs, ensuring compliance with KWH mission, HIPAA, landlord tenant laws and contract agreements.
Track and schedule all enrollments and recertifications for program participants and coordinate with the Housing Stabilization Specialist (HSS) to ensure all required documentation is received.
Complete required paperwork, obtain required documentation and work collaboratively with staff to ensure housing files meet HUD standards. This includes rent calculations, rent reasonableness, collection of award letter, etc.
Collect information from HSS and through personal observation to coordinate, monitor and report on program achievements.
Conduct interviews in concert with housing partners, of potential candidates and ensure eligibility of clients.
Ensure services delivered to program participants meet all regulatory requirements of the Grace Homes Grant.
• Bachelor’s degree in social work, public planning, business, development, or related field or experience in Housing/Homeless Service.
• Master’s degree with a social service emphasis strongly preferred.
• Outstanding verbal and written communication abilities.
• Decision-making and problem-solving skills.
• Ability to consistently be reliable on management of projects through consistent follow-through demonstrated.
• Demonstrated success in establishing relationships with individuals and organizations of influence within the construction industry, finance and investment community, local community agencies and government entities.
• Demonstrated success at networking and/or establishing contacts with key sources of influence within local government and regulatory entities.
• Significant knowledge of federal, state and local housing grants, community resources, key contacts, government entities, and various constituencies.