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Resident & Community Services Coord.

  2020-06-17     Home Forward      2402 NE Morgan St. Portland, OR      39,124.80 year  


The Resident and Community Services Coordinator position supports Home Forward's strategic and operational objectives in the following way: 

Plan, coordinate and provide resident, family, community service, community building, and social and educational services to improve the stability, quality of community life, and wellness of individuals and families. Duties are site or program based, vary with site or program needs, and may include, for example,  to assess the needs of individuals and families in order to provide referrals to community service providers and partners; to provide ongoing case coordination and resident communications; to collaborate with site management staff, landlords and other key housing staff to ensure all services are coordinated effectively and consistently; to respond to and intervene in resident problems and crises, to create, develop, and implement community, organization, and program initiatives; and to create and implement resident initiatives designed to build leadership and promote inclusion in the development of communities. 

This position will also support various community programs that involve supervision of participants and/or volunteers, including a summer youth employment program, a resident stipend Community Builder program, and assisting in facilitating resident block parties, community events, as well as community safety and engagement meetings.

This opening is a split position between Dekum Court portfolio and Maple Mallory portfolio: 
Monday and Wednesday: Dekum Court
Tuesday and Thursday: Maple Mallory
Friday: alternate between the two locations

Dekum Court is located in NE Portland at:
2402 NE Morgan St.
Portland, OR 97211

Maple Mallory is located in NE Portland at:
3800 NE Mallory Avenue
Portland, OR 97212

Please Note:  Resident and Community Services Coordinators may be required to work at any of our locations throughout Multnomah County. 

Education & Experience Guidelines:

Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Equivalent to a Bachelors or Associate or post high school trade/specialty studies.  Alternative education and experience qualifications welcome. 
Three years of increasingly responsible experience in the social work or social services with an emphasis in direct client work with individuals and/or families, case coordination, and program development. Alternative education and experience qualifications welcome.
License or Certificate:
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid driver license.

To Apply:
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The position is represented by AFSCME Local 3135 and will close on Wednesday, June 10 at 5:00pm or once a satisfactory number of applications are received.
For best consideration, please apply early!

Do not contact this company in solicitation of any product or service.

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