$19.02 to $21.16/HR DOE
Dorothy Day House (DDH) is a staff supported resident managed housing program for 41 formerly homeless women. Twenty-four units are subsidized by Seattle Housing Authority and the remaining seventeen units are funded by Continuum of Care Program. The minimum criteria to be eligible for residency at DDH are single, homeless adult female with an income under 30% of area median income. She must be able to live independently and participate in a resident managed housing community. Residents utilize off-site social services as needed, including job training, health care, mental health care and other services, with the assistance of the Resident Services Manager.
The Dorothy Day House Resident Services Manager is responsible for the implementation of the supportive services component of the program. Responsibilities include recruiting and screening residents for the program; referring residents to a variety of services; participating in committee work with residents, responding to crisis situations, providing guidance in the development of community and self-government living skill, and assisting residents in developing a peer support system. There will be some evening hours depending on need, as well as on-call coverage.
Resident Relations/ Leadership
Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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