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Job description

Job Title: Housing and Services Coordinator (Project-based programs)

FLSA: Full-Time & Part-Time/Non-Exempt

Department: Community Housing

Reports To: Community Services Manager

Pay Range: $16-$19 per hour

SUMMARY: The position provides person-centered, trauma-informed supportive housing services for residents and participants in project-based housing programs. This position coordinates a range of housing services to include application and eligibility, managing intake and eligibility, and facilitating community engagement opportunities. The position manages a caseload. This position also provides supportive services, identifying and connecting resources, initiating referrals, and fostering community integration.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


Service and Program Oversight

  • Handle all activities related to housing including: processing of program applications, enrollment briefings, support with housing search and application assistance, Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspections, lease signing and move-in procedures, recertification process, and calculations
  • Enter, monitor and quality-check all data, complete case notes in a timely manner, and maintain timely/complete documentation as required by internal policies and funder regulations
  • Adhere to all confidentiality and protected information regulations
  • Maintain positive relationships with key partners, such as funders, monitoring agencies, landlords and property managers, referring parties, and other service agencies
  • Work with landlords/property managers and participants/residents to understand rights and responsibilities, to address barriers and create collaborative plans to promote housing retention
  • Assist with reporting, monitoring, and audits as needed
  • Respond to tasks/duties assigned by CEO, chief executives, or leadership team, as needed

Supportive Services

  • Provide outreach to participants in SHCNM’s housing programs and residents at SHCNM program sites
  • Deliver comprehensive, supportive, easily-accessible, referral-based services for participants/residents including needs assessments and service plans
  • Identify, assess, select, develop, and maintain referral partnerships with local agencies
  • Help participants access appropriate services including case management, mainstream benefits, counseling, life skills, vocational services, home healthcare, and other services as needed
  • Promote supportive workshops and community activities for participants/residents
  • Assist participants/residents in understanding their rights and responsibilities under their lease; work with landlords/property managers to address various issues

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Excellent interpersonal skills; demonstrated experience in successfully working with diverse populations, especially those who have experienced homelessness
  • Knowledge of NM Housing Laws and understanding of trauma-informed care, motivational interviewing, harm reduction, critical time intervention and the Housing First model
  • Ability to handle a high volume of work, and to meet weekly and monthly goals/expectations
  • Ability to work independently, within a team environment, and exercise mature judgment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
  • Ability to drive - valid driver’s license and insurance required
  • Bilingual preferred

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in human services, social work, or related field OR comparable professional and educational experience
  • Minimum of two years’ experience working in housing, homeless services, or social services
  • People with lived experience of homelessness and/or mental health recovery are encouraged to apply

EMPLOYMENT SCREENING AND COMPLIANCE

  • Individual may be required to complete medical examination and background check
  • Employee must comply with all operational policies, especially those involving the safety of fellow workers, volunteers, and participants/customers
  • Employee must maintain a current and valid driver’s license to perform work duties if position requires activities that require travel by motor vehicle, whether personal or a company car

WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Most essential duties are performed in an office environment with exposure to a variety of business equipment and other pertinent materials normally found in this type of work setting; need to have effective manual dexterity to operate various business equipment
  • May occasionally require lifting of various materials and equipment to a maximum of 40 pounds
  • Work is normally performed in an area permitting partial-to-total privacy

The work may require travel to other locations throughout the city, state, and country.

To apply, please email a cover letter and your resume to jgauthier@shcnm.org.

Job description

Job Title:                     Accounting Technician

FLSA:                           Full-Time/Non-Exempt

Department:              Finance

Reports To:                 Lead Accountant

Revision Date:            July 1, 2022

 

SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Lead Accountant or designee, processes payments, vendor invoices, and cash disbursements. Maintains accounts payable data using the accounting system software, MIP. Assists in monthly financial statement preparation and review. SHCNM offers flexible, hybrid work schedules on a case by case basis to be decided between the employee and their direct supervisor upon hire.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Enter new vendor information from completed and signed W9s
  • Prepare annual 1099 filing
  • Enter and process accounts payable invoices
  • Process check runs
  • Assist with accounts payable ACH/EFTs
  • Process credit card payments and reconcile to monthly statements
  • Enter journal entries and cash receipts
  • Reconcile bank accounts for all SHCNM entities
  • Print MIP reports
  • Finance filing – scanning and paper filing of vendor files, accounts payable, cash receipts, journal entries
  • Support with reporting, as needed
  • Respond to program monitoring and fiscal audits, as needed
  • Pull and copy invoices, as needed for audits
  • Hand deliver payments and deposits, as needed
  • Complete electronic bank deposits
  • Assist Finance Department with other administrative duties
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties, as assigned

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • General knowledge of accounts payable principles and ability to learn about grant requirements and standards for federal, state and local awards
  • Basic knowledge and skills in accounts payable
  • Able to communicate with diverse groups of people to include staff and providers, governing boards, government agencies, and independent auditors on behalf of the organization
  • Able to work on a variety of assignments concurrently within established deadlines
  • Knowledge and skills in Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and accounting software application
  • Able to maintain the confidentiality of records, memoranda, verbal communications, analytical data and information
  • Ability to cooperate fully with laws, regulations, and all SHCNM compliance expectations

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • One year directly related experience
  • Basic knowledge of Excel
  • Basic knowledge of Word and Access preferred
  • Experience with MIP Fund Accounting

 

EMPLOYMENT SCREENING AND COMPLIANCE

  • Individual will be required to complete a background check
  • Employee must comply with all operational policies, especially those involving the safety of fellow workers, volunteers, and clients/customers
  • Employee must maintain a current and valid driver’s license to perform work duties if position requires activities that require travel my motor vehicle, whether personal or a company car

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Most essential duties are performed in an office environment with exposure to a variety of business equipment and other pertinent materials normally found in this type of work setting; need to have effective manual dexterity to operate various business equipment
  • Ability to stand, walk, or sit for extended periods of time
  • May occasionally require lifting of various materials and equipment to a maximum of 40 pounds
  • Work is normally performed in an area permitting partial-to-total privacy
  • The work may require travel to other locations

To apply, please email a cover letter and your resume to ddavis@shcnm.org.

"This apartment has brought so much joy and love and memories and care and comfort and safety. The list goes on. I don’t know what I would do without this program, I’ve been able to connect with my children and nieces and nephews in a way that I would never if I was in the position that I was in before. I mean, this has open so many doors and opportunities and joy and happiness I cant really thank you all enough from the bottom of our heart.”

-Program Participant