Supportive Services Coordinator

Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority
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    June 10, 2024
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    An Exciting and Rewarding Career Opportunity

    Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority

    Announcement Number

    Job Title

    24-022

    Supportive Services Coordinator

    Number of Openings

    Compensation (Depending on Experience, DOE)

    One or more (Full-Time, 7 AM to 6 PM, Mon-Thurs)

    $52,609.85 (Grade 7, Step 1) - $84,104.80 (Grade 7, Step 20) annually

    The typical starting range for this position is between $52,609.85 and $58,071.52. DOE

    Opening Date

    Closing Date

    May 30, 2024

    Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

    June 9, 2024 (or until filled)

    Closing date may be earlier based on the number of applications received .

    To Apply and Required Documents

    Conditions of Employment

    This position is open to both internal and external applicants. Applicants should:

    • Complete online application - to apply, click here
    • Submit a cover letter and resume

    Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Upon a conditional offer of employment, candidates must complete:

    • Background investigation, which may include:

    (education, criminal history, credit, fingerprints, and DMV)

    • Workplace drug testing (including marijuana)

    As a federally-funded employer, although legal in the state of Nevada, marijuana is restricted under Federal guidelines.

    Employee Benefits

    Pay is only part of the generous total compensation package you receive while working for our premier agency. Employees enjoy a 3-day weekend; free parking, two weeks vacations (years 1 and 2); 13 sick days; 13 paid holidays, including your birthday; medical, dental, and vision insurance - 100% employer paid (employee only); health and dependent care flexible spending accounts; life and long-term disability insurance (employer paid); 457B Deferred Compensation Plan; Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) - 100% Employer Funded or Employee/Employee-Funded (50%/50%); Employee Assistance Program (EAP); and a host of voluntary employee benefits options. Student loan forgiveness is available to qualified individuals, pursuant to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.

    Overview

    The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority (SNVRHA) is recruiting a Supportive Services Coordinatorto join our team. SNRHA provides affordable housing to low- and moderate-income households through its public housing programs. Our team is comprised of 200+ committed and caring professionals who support our mission and the clients and communities we serve. Our success is built upon the contributions of our valued employees. To learn more, please visit us online - .

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    Position Summary

    The Supportive Services Coordinator develops and implements supportive services that fulfill requirements related to programs established within the jurisdiction of the SNRHA. Incumbent coordinates various training and development programs to promote family services and self-sufficiency among residents. Employees in this classification perform professional-level work.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Actual or specific essential and secondary job functions for this job classification may vary depending upon department and department program (See Program Specific Job-Related Functions Below)

    • Collaborate and develop partnerships with federal, state, and local officials, local family and senior service providers, and local businesses to design, fund, and implement social and other supportive services that promote independent living and wellness of residents residing in SNRHA properties as required.
    • Attend meetings with government agencies, community organizations, and residents to identify residents' unmet and forecasted needs, seek alternative approaches, and identify funding or the sustained delivery of supportive services as required.
    • Assure compliance with all pertinent rules, regulations, and policies stipulated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, State of Nevada, SNRHA, state and local governments, and funding sources.
    • Implement appropriate administrative policies and procedures to ensure contract compliance, cost and quality controls, and schedule adherence.
    • Manage the development and administration of client outreach, intake, needs assessment, service delivery, case management, documentation, evaluation, and reporting of direct services provided to Senior Service staff. Develop, implement, and monitor policies and procedures to evaluate the impact trend analysis that forecasts residents' future self-sufficiency needs.
    • Under minimum supervision, decisions are made, and alternatives related to the resident program are considered.
    • Requires critical analysis and autonomous judgment to coordinate and manage multiple programs.
    • Provide guidance, assistance, and/or interpretation to others on how to apply procedures and standards to specific situations.
    • Coordinate/establish, manage, strategize, and/or correlate data and/or information. Include discretion in determining data classification and referencing such analysis to established standards.
    • Understand the organization and operation of the Housing Authority and outside agencies as necessary to assume assigned responsibilities.
    • Assess and prioritize multiple tasks, programs, and demands.

    PROGRAM SPECIFIC JOB-RELATED FUNCTIONS

    • Housing Counseling/Homeownership

    Applies skills, Knowledge, and understanding of HCV, Section 32, and 5H homeownership programs; Identifies opportunities

    and resources to expand the Homeownership Program; work with local financial institutions to gain a better understanding

    of home buying process/products and provide Homeownership workshops that HUD approves. Facilitates Financial Literacy

    training workshops for clients and tracks outcomes; tracks client participation and other statistics for internal and external

    reporting; maintains client records to meet HUD and SNRHA standards

    • Resident Opportunity & Self-Sufficiency (ROSS)

    Applies skills, knowledge, and understanding of Resident Opportunity & Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) Program rules and

    regulations established by HUD and SNRHA. Ability to produce and/or deliver timely reports, host client activities, assist

    clients with linkages to necessary services, consistent with assessed needs, and maintain accurate and up-to-date case files,

    including the required follow-up, with a minimum of 50 clients

    • Section 3

    Applies skills, knowledge, and understanding of Section 3 rules and regulations as established by HUD and SNRHA. Ability

    to produce and/or deliver timely reports, host vendor meetings and client orientation sessions, including the necessary follow-

    up and job/training placement of Section 3 participants

    • Security Deposit Loan Program

    Applies skills, knowledge, and understanding of loan processes and collections; receives and reviews applications for loan

    eligibility; maintains payment records; follows on payments and sends non-payments to collections.

    • Senior Programs

    Applies skills, knowledge, and understanding of senior programs' rules and regulations established by HUD and SNRHA.

    Ability to produce and/or deliver timely reports, host Senior activities, assist seniors with linkages to necessary services, be

    consistent with assessed needs, and maintain case accurate and up-to-date case files, including the necessary follow-up

    • Siemer Program

    Applies skills, knowledge, and understanding of Siemer Grant Program rules and regulations as established by United Way,

    The Siemer Institute, and SNRHA. Ability to produce and/or deliver timely reports, host client activities, assist clients with

    linkages to necessary services, consistent with assessed needs, and maintain accurate and up-to-date case files, including

    the necessary follow-up, with a minimum of 50 clients.

    • Workforce Innovations & Opportunities Act (WIOA)

    Applies skills, knowledge . click apply for full job details

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