CommonBond Communities

Supportive Housing Regional Manager

St. Paul, MN
Jan 09, 2018
Dec 23, 2018
CommonBond Communities
Job Type
Employment Status
Full Time
Supportive Housing Regional Manager
Central Office
Full time

CommonBond is excited to announce an opening for a full time Supportive Housing Regional Manager. This position is responsible for managing the operation of fiscally sound, well-maintained and socially healthy housing communities and provides leadership and guidance to property and services staff.
The Supportive Housing Manager is responsible for leading the design, planning, implementation, and evaluation of evidence-based, trauma informed, Supportive Housing Programs. The Supportive Housing Manager will supervise and provide training and coaching to additional staff with Supportive Housing units integrated into larger communities.

• Provide leadership for staff and ensure that all services and programs delivered meet the needs for resident stability, advancement and independence.
• Identify, hire and supervise appropriate personnel.
• Evaluate staff performance annually and provide staff feedback on an ongoing basis.
• Inspects properties regularly and takes corrective action when necessary.
• Assesses physical condition of properties, makes recommendations for capital needs; keeps owner advised of major maintenance issues/projects.
• Serve as a subject matter expert on Supportive Housing staying abreast of research, trends, evidence-based models and best practices.
• Design and implement Supportive Housing Services model, with emphasis on special populations including veterans.
• Meets department benchmarks for occupancy.
• Drafts and secures arrival for annual operating plan and budget for resident/owner board.
• Reviews and approves all capital expenditures, service contracts, and contracted repairs.
• Oversee timely and accurate reporting of data into internal and external data systems (including HMIS).
• Assure that supportive housing programs documentation, data privacy, and data entry requirements are fulfilled.
• Participate in external collaborations in Supportive Housing and ending homelessness.

• Degree in related field or at least four years of experience in a related field.
• Three or more years of experience implementing programs that address mental health, chemical health, and/or co-occurring disorders and homelessness.
• Three or more years of experience implementing programs that use evidence-based models of intervention.
• Solid track record of successful financial property performance and budget management.
• Knowledge and experience in supervision and supportive housing.
• Working knowledge of federally assisted housing programs, Supportive Housing programs rules, regulations, policies, and procedures specifically LTH, SHP and S+C.
• Experience with HUD and MN Housing data management and reporting.
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
Demonstrated experience working within diverse communities, which include people of various ages, gender, sexual orientations, national origins, income levels, ability levels, religious affiliations, races, and languages.
• Ability to network and develop community partnerships.
• Experience utilizing MS Office and web based programs.
• Ability to provide back-up evening and weekend coverage for crisis situations.
• Be Certified in CPR and First Aid or have the ability to become Certified within six months of starting position.