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Job Openings for Family Assessment Center in Puna

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Aloha Friends,

On June 1, 2019 Neighborhood Place of Puna will launch a new program to assist Families Experiencing Homelessness. The program is called the “Family Assessment Center at Hale Iki.” It is part of our County’s ambitious plan to end Family Homelessness on the Big Island.

The Family Assessment Center will provided short-term emergency shelter, family resources, and intensive housing navigation to help families move rapidly from homelessness to permanent stable housing.

We are looking for passionate and compassionate people who want to End Family Homelessness and ensure that no Keiki experiences homelessness. If this is you, please review the following job openings and Email your Resume and Cover Letter — in DOC or PDF format — endfamilyhomelessness@neighborhoodplace.org.

Current Job Openings.

Shelter Monitor: (Part-time $16.80 hourly)

Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Experience serving vulnerable and challenged individuals (Preferred)

Shelter Monitors assist in the daily function of the Family Assessment Center and are responsible for the safety and sanitation of the shelter site. Shelter Monitors will monitor shelter participant behaviors and provide support. Neighborhood Place of Puna staff utilizes the Housing First approach and ensures that services are provided without any requirements of the shelter participants for sobriety, participation in treatment, medication protocol, compliance, or demonstrated “housing readiness”. This position has no supervisor responsibilities.

Assistant Lead Shelter Monitor: (Full Time $35,000 Annual Salary)

Requirements:

  • Associates Degree or higher preferred.
  • High School Diploma and 2 years of experience serving vulnerable and challenged individuals

The Assistant Shelter Monitor assists in the daily function of the Family Assessment Center and is responsible for the safety and sanitation of the shelter site. The Assistant Shelter Monitor will monitor shelter participant behaviors and provide support. Neighborhood Place of Puna staff utilizes the Housing First approach and ensures that services are provided without any requirement of the shelter participants for sobriety, participation in treatment, medication protocol, compliance, or demonstrated “housing readiness”. This position may require other responsibilities as assigned by their supervisor.

Lead Shelter Monitor: (Full Time $38,000 Annual Salary)

Requirements:

  • Associates Degree or higher preferred.
  • High School Diploma and 2 years of experience serving vulnerable and challenged individuals

The Lead Shelter Monitor assists in the daily function of the Family Assessment Center and is responsible for the safety and sanitation of the shelter site. The Lead Shelter Monitor will monitor shelter participant behaviors and provide support. Neighborhood Place of Puna staff utilizes the Housing First approach and ensures that services are provided without any requirement of the shelter participants for sobriety, participation in treatment, medication protocol, compliance, or demonstrated “housing readiness”. The Lead Shelter Monitor will have supervisory duties including, but not limited to; training, coaching, and scheduling.

Housing Navigator: (Full Time $42,000 Annual Salary)

Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Associates Degree or higher preferred.
  • Experience serving vulnerable and challenged individuals (Preferred)

The Housing Navigator is responsible for providing case management to shelter participants and assisting them in obtaining permanent housing as quickly as possible. The Housing Navigator will also provide client advocacy, tenancy skills, and linkage to community resources. Neighborhood Place of Puna staff utilizes the Housing First approach and ensures that services are provided without any requirement of the shelter participants for sobriety, participation in treatment, medication protocol, compliance, or demonstrated “housing readiness”. This position requires no supervisor responsibilities.

Lead Housing Navigator: (Full Time $45,000 Annual Salary)

  • High School Diploma and 2 years of experience serving vulnerable and challenged individuals
  • Associate Degree or higher may substitute for a year of experience

The Lead Housing Navigator is responsible for providing case management to shelter participants and assisting them in obtaining permanent housing as quickly as possible. The Lead Housing Navigator will also provide client advocacy, tenancy skills, and linkage to community resources. Neighborhood Place of Puna staff utilizes the Housing First approach and ensures that services are provided without any requirement of the shelter participants for sobriety, participation in treatment, medication protocol, compliance, or demonstrated “housing readiness”. This position will have the supervisor responsibility of data management and ensuring data accuracy of the Homeless Management Information System.

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Email your Resume and Cover Letter — in DOC or PDF format — endfamilyhomelessness@neighborhoodplace.org.

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