AS Coord Supp Housing
Supportive Housing Coordinator
(Social Services Provider)
Lexington Commons – 375 North Lexington Parkway, St. Paul, MN 55104
Full time (40 hours a week)
Schedule: Monday through Friday 8:00am-4:30pm, plus some evenings and weekend hours for community events
As the largest provider of affordable housing in the Upper Midwest, CommonBond Communities has been building and sustaining homes with services to families, seniors, and individuals with disabilities since 1971. We combine affordable housing with on-site Advantage Services with a goal of helping residents achieve stability, advancement, and independence. We believe that all people, despite their economic status, should experience the benefits of a home. If you agree, and want to work in an exciting employee driven culture that values work/life balance, consider joining our team!
CommonBond Communities is pleased to announce an opportunity for a full time (40 hours a week) Supportive Housing Coordinator at Lexington Commons property in St. Paul. This position provides Supportive Housing services residents at Lexington Commons property that have Supportive Housing needs.
- Offering supportive housing services when needed
- Coordinates Supportive Housing Services
- Assists prospective residents and referral sources in navigating the housing application process
- Provides comprehensive case management services for assigned individual residents
- Assists residents to positively resolve situations that place tenancy at risk
- Maintains timely, accurate, complete, and secure resident records
- Transport residents to qualified appointments
- Associates or Bachelor’s degree in related field or at least three years’ experience in a related field.
- Knowledge of local social service programming and resources.
- Two or more years of experience implementing human service programs focused on ethnically, socially and/or economically diverse populations.
- Two or more years of experience implementing programs that address mental health, chemical health, and/or co-occurring disorders and homelessness.
- Four or more years of experience implementing programs that use evidence-based models of intervention e.g. IMR, supported employment, supportive housing.
- 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.
- Experience utilizing MS Office and web based programs.
- Ability to respond to specific property management concerns regarding individual resident lease adherence within 24 hours of being informed of a concern (within one hour in emergency situations).
- Be Certified in CPR and First Aid or have the ability to become certified within six months of starting position.
- Be at least 21 years of age.
- Provide proof of a current and valid driver’s license issued in the state of residency
- Have or be willing to obtain adequate automobile insurance.
- Meet the company Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) criteria.
- Have a vehicle.