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We look forward to having you as a valued team member at FFAH.

Available Positions

Positions with Embrace may qualify for a sign-on bonus of up to $1,000! Applicable to new part-time or full-time employees, contingent upon meeting satisfactory performance standards.

With communities across California and Texas, there are opportunities for career growth and relocation. In addition, our team members may enjoy the following benefits:

· 401(k)
· 401(k) matching
· Flexible schedule
· Referral Program
· Employee Assistance Program
· Signing Bonus
· Paid Birthday Leave Day Policy
· Cell Phone Stipend
· Bonus Pay
· Work Perks Partner Program

Mission:
Embrace adopted the mission “Building homes, creating communities, and enriching lives” to expand FFAH’s mission of “create safe, comfortable, affordable housing.” Our primary goal is to help our tenants’ overcome barriers to success by providing access to necessary supportive services in the community, providing onsite services to meet the specific needs of the property’s residents, and foster a healthy community environment.

Job Summary:
Under the supervision of the Resident Services Program Supervisor, the Resident Services Coordinator will work with small groups of residents (senior, adult, and children) and/or individuals to provide classes, workshops, and resources to help promote growth and development for all residents. The Resident Services Coordinator will serve as a liaison between the residents and the community.

Job Description:
· Proactively develop and facilitate robust social and wellness programs and services for residents.
· Provide case management services as needed and requested.
· Develop, coordinate, and facilitate varied activities in the after-school program.
· Develop and sustain partnerships with community-based supportive service providers.
· Maintain an up-to-date resources directory with all local service providers and making it available for resident use.
· Assists in planning and execution of annual special events including but not limited to the Summer Camp, Back to School Supply Drive, Holiday events, etc.
· Maintain accurate, timely, and detailed documentation on all services provided.
· Maintain mutually respectful and collaborative relationships with staff and residents.
· Maintains community room equipment, work area, and computer lab.
· Adhere to all applicable Federal and State regulations for confidentiality, HIPAA, mandated reporting of suspected child or elder abuse.

Competency Requirements:

• Ability to successfully work with families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
• Ability to successfully work with children, teens, adults, and senior citizens.
• Must have strong organizational and planning skills.
• Demonstrate skill in operating Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Physical Demands:
• Frequently required to walk and/or drive
• Frequently required to use one’s fingers / hands / wrists to manipulate a keyboard or writing instrument.
• Occasionally required to sit, stand, and reach.
• Occasionally required to walk, run, kneel, and lift objects heavier than 50 pounds.
• Must be willing to travel to/from various sites.
• Responsible to set up and clean up facilities utilized for events with occasional lifting, bending, and pushing.

Education:

• Bachelor’s degree or appropriate work experience
Additional Requirements:
• Valid driver’s license

Job Type: Part-time

Positions with Embrace may qualify for a sign-on bonus of up to $1,000! Applicable to new part-time or full-time employees, contingent upon meeting satisfactory performance standards.

With communities across California and Texas, there are opportunities for career growth and relocation. In addition, our team members may enjoy the following benefits:

· 401(k)
· 401(k) matching
· Flexible schedule
· Referral Program
· Employee Assistance Program
· Signing Bonus
· Paid Birthday Leave Day Policy
· Cell Phone Stipend
· Bonus Pay
· Work Perks Partner Program

Mission:
Embrace adopted the mission “Building homes, creating communities, and enriching lives” to expand FFAH’s mission of “create safe, comfortable, affordable housing.” Our primary goal is to help our tenants’ overcome barriers to success by providing access to necessary supportive services in the community, providing onsite services to meet the specific needs of the property’s residents, and foster a healthy community environment.

Job Summary:
Under the supervision of the Resident Services Program Supervisor, the Resident Services Coordinator will work with small groups of residents (senior, adult, and children) and/or individuals to provide classes, workshops, and resources to help promote growth and development for all residents. The Resident Services Coordinator will serve as a liaison between the residents and the community.

Job Description:
· Proactively develop and facilitate robust social and wellness programs and services for residents.
· Provide case management services as needed and requested.
· Develop, coordinate, and facilitate varied activities in the after-school program.
· Develop and sustain partnerships with community-based supportive service providers.
· Maintain an up-to-date resources directory with all local service providers and making it available for resident use.
· Assists in planning and execution of annual special events including but not limited to the Summer Camp, Back to School Supply Drive, Holiday events, etc.
· Maintain accurate, timely, and detailed documentation on all services provided.
· Maintain mutually respectful and collaborative relationships with staff and residents.
· Maintains community room equipment, work area, and computer lab.
· Adhere to all applicable Federal and State regulations for confidentiality, HIPAA, mandated reporting of suspected child or elder abuse.

Competency Requirements:
• Ability to successfully work with families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
• Ability to successfully work with children, teens, adults, and senior citizens.
• Must have strong organizational and planning skills.
• Demonstrate skill in operating Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.

Physical Demands:
• Frequently required to walk and/or drive
• Frequently required to use one’s fingers / hands / wrists to manipulate a keyboard or writing instrument.
• Occasionally required to sit, stand, and reach.
• Occasionally required to walk, run, kneel, and lift objects heavier than 50 pounds.
• Must be willing to travel to/from various sites.
• Responsible to set up and clean up facilities utilized for events with occasional lifting, bending, and pushing.

Education:
• Bachelor’s degree or appropriate work experience
Additional Requirements:
• Valid driver’s license
• Satisfactory completion of background screen

Foundation for Affordable Housing / Embrace is offering a $1,000 sign-on bonus for all new part-time or full-time employees, contingent upon meeting satisfactory performance standards.

With communities across California and Texas, there are opportunities for career growth and relocation. In addition, our team members may enjoy the following benefits:

· 401(k)
· 401(k) matching
· Flexible schedule
· Referral Program
· Employee Assistance Program
· Signing Bonus
· Paid Birthday Leave Day Policy
· Cell Phone Stipend
· Bonus Pay
· Work Perks Partner Program

Mission:

Embrace adopted the mission “Building homes, creating communities, and enriching lives” to expand FFAH’s mission of “create safe, comfortable, affordable housing.” Our primary goal is to help our tenants’ overcome barriers to success by providing access to necessary supportive services in the community, providing onsite services to meet the specific needs of the property’s residents, and foster a healthy community environment.

Job Summary:

Under the supervision of the Resident Services Program Supervisor, the Resident Services Coordinator will work with small groups of residents (senior, adult, and children) and/or individuals to provide classes, workshops, and resources to help promote growth and development for all residents. The Resident Services Coordinator will serve as a liaison between the residents and the community.

Job Description:
· Proactively develop and facilitate robust social and wellness programs and services for residents.
· Provide case management services as needed and requested.
· Develop, coordinate, and facilitate varied activities in the after-school program.
· Develop and sustain partnerships with community-based supportive service providers.
· Maintain an up-to-date resources directory with all local service providers and making it available for resident use.
· Assists in planning and execution of annual special events including but not limited to the Summer Camp, Back to School Supply Drive, Holiday events, etc.
· Maintain accurate, timely, and detailed documentation on all services provided.
· Maintain mutually respectful and collaborative relationships with staff and residents.
· Maintains community room equipment, work area, and computer lab.
· Adhere to all applicable Federal and State regulations for confidentiality, HIPAA, mandated reporting of suspected child or elder abuse.

Competency Requirements:
• Ability to successfully work with families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
• Ability to successfully work with children, teens, adults, and senior citizens.
• Must have strong organizational and planning skills.
• Demonstrate skill in operating Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.

Physical Demands:
• Frequently required to walk and/or drive
• Frequently required to use one’s fingers / hands / wrists to manipulate a keyboard or writing instrument.
• Occasionally required to sit, stand, and reach.
• Occasionally required to walk, run, kneel, and lift objects heavier than 50 pounds.
• Must be willing to travel to/from various sites.
• Responsible to set up and clean up facilities utilized for events with occasional lifting, bending, and pushing.

Education:
• Bachelor’s degree or appropriate work experience

Additional Requirements:
• Valid driver’s license
• Satisfactory completion of background screen

Foundation for Affordable Housing/Embrace is offering a $1,000 sign-on bonus for all new part-time or full-time employees, contingent upon meeting satisfactory performance standards.

With communities across California and Texas, there are opportunities for career growth and relocation. In addition, our team members may enjoy the following benefits:
· 401(k)
· 401(k) matching
· Flexible schedule
· Referral Program
· Employee Assistance Program
· Signing Bonus
· Paid Birthday Leave Day Policy
· Cell Phone Stipend
· Bonus Pay
· Work Perks Partner Program

Mission:
Embrace adopted the mission “Building homes, creating communities, and enriching lives” to expand FFAH’s mission of “create safe, comfortable, affordable housing.” Our primary goal is to help our tenants’ overcome barriers to success by providing access to necessary supportive services in the community, providing onsite services to meet the specific needs of the property’s residents, and foster a healthy community environment.

Job Summary:
Under the supervision of the Resident Services Program Supervisor, the Resident Services Coordinator will work with small groups of residents (senior, adult, and children) and/or individuals to provide classes, workshops, and resources to help promote growth and development for all residents. The Resident Services Coordinator will serve as a liaison between the residents and the community.

Job Description:
· Proactively develop and facilitate robust social and wellness programs and services for residents.
· Provide case management services as needed and requested.
· Develop, coordinate, and facilitate varied activities in the after-school program.
· Develop and sustain partnerships with community-based supportive service providers.
· Maintain an up-to-date resources directory with all local service providers and making it available for resident use.
· Assists in planning and execution of annual special events including but not limited to the Summer Camp, Back to School Supply Drive, Holiday events, etc.
· Maintain accurate, timely, and detailed documentation on all services provided.
· Maintain mutually respectful and collaborative relationships with staff and residents.
· Maintains community room equipment, work area, and computer lab.
· Adhere to all applicable Federal and State regulations for confidentiality, HIPAA, mandated reporting of suspected child or elder abuse.

Competency Requirements:
• Ability to successfully work with families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
• Ability to successfully work with children, teens, adults, and senior citizens.
• Must have strong organizational and planning skills.
• Demonstrate skill in operating Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Physical Demands:
• Frequently required to walk and/or drive
• Frequently required to use one’s fingers / hands / wrists to manipulate a keyboard or writing instrument.
• Occasionally required to sit, stand, and reach.
• Occasionally required to walk, run, kneel, and lift objects heavier than 50 pounds.
• Must be willing to travel to/from various sites.
• Responsible to set up and clean up facilities utilized for events with occasional lifting, bending, and pushing.

Education:
• Bachelor’s degree or appropriate work experience

Additional Requirements:
• Valid driver’s license
• Satisfactory completion of background screen

Foundation for Affordable Housing/Embrace is offering a $1,000 sign-on bonus for all new part-time or full-time employees, contingent upon meeting satisfactory performance standards.

With communities across California and Texas, there are opportunities for career growth and relocation. In addition, our team members may enjoy the following benefits:

· 401(k)
· 401(k) matching
· Flexible schedule
· Referral Program
· Employee Assistance Program
· Signing Bonus
· Paid Birthday Leave Day Policy
· Cell Phone Stipend
· Bonus Pay
· Work Perks Partner Program

Mission:
Embrace adopted the mission “Building homes, creating communities, and enriching lives” to expand FFAH’s mission of “create safe, comfortable, affordable housing.” Our primary goal is to help our tenants’ overcome barriers to success by providing access to necessary supportive services in the community, providing onsite services to meet the specific needs of the property’s residents, and foster a healthy community environment.

Job Summary:
Under the supervision of the Resident Services Program Supervisor, the Resident Services Coordinator will work with small groups of residents (senior, adult, and children) and/or individuals to provide classes, workshops, and resources to help promote growth and development for all residents. The Resident Services Coordinator will serve as a liaison between the residents and the community.

Job Description:
· Proactively develop and facilitate robust social and wellness programs and services for residents.
· Provide case management services as needed and requested.
· Develop, coordinate, and facilitate varied activities in the after-school program.
· Develop and sustain partnerships with community-based supportive service providers.
· Maintain an up-to-date resources directory with all local service providers and making it available for resident use.
· Assists in planning and execution of annual special events including but not limited to the Summer Camp, Back to School Supply Drive, Holiday events, etc.
· Maintain accurate, timely, and detailed documentation on all services provided.
· Maintain mutually respectful and collaborative relationships with staff and residents.
· Maintains community room equipment, work area, and computer lab.
· Adhere to all applicable Federal and State regulations for confidentiality, HIPAA, mandated reporting of suspected child or elder abuse.

Competency Requirements:
• Ability to successfully work with families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
• Ability to successfully work with children, teens, adults, and senior citizens.
• Must have strong organizational and planning skills.
• Demonstrate skill in operating Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.

Physical Demands:
• Frequently required to walk and/or drive
• Frequently required to use one’s fingers / hands / wrists to manipulate a keyboard or writing instrument.
• Occasionally required to sit, stand, and reach.
• Occasionally required to walk, run, kneel, and lift objects heavier than 50 pounds.
• Must be willing to travel to/from various sites.
• Responsible to set up and clean up facilities utilized for events with occasional lifting, bending, and pushing.

Education:
• Bachelor’s degree or appropriate work experience

Additional Requirements:
• Valid driver’s license
• Satisfactory completion of background screen

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