52 Weeks a year; 40 Hours per week
The Housing Stability Worker connects with low-income individuals and families approved through the ERA process. The Housing Stability Worker utilizes community resources and coaching needed to resolve immediate or urgent crises, as well as those which promote long-term financial and household stability. Support families who are seeking to achieve long-term stability through the use of a “Pathway Plan”. Establish and maintain linkages between YCCAC’s many programs and services and the communities in which we provide services.
This position serves as an advocate when appropriate; assist clients in developing the skills and expertise to advocate on their own behalf. Provide emergency assistance for basic needs such as utilities, shelter, and food when funds are available. Establish and maintain working relationships with assigned municipal offices; landlords, develop and maintain provider/resource network; ensure that community organizations have current information regarding YCCAC programs and services.
High School diploma or GED required. Bachelor’s Degree and/or LSW preferred; experience may be substituted. Must have knowledge of the human service network and systems in York County. The ability to communicate effectively, exercise sound judgment and make efficient decisions required. Excellent organizational skills are required. Must not have an active record on the System for Award Management (SAM) website.
Interested applicants must submit a letter of intent and resume to
Sally Langlois, HR Staffing Assistant, by no later than Friday October 22, 2021.
A complete list of YCCAC job postings can be found on the agency bulletin board by selecting the Resources Tab > Employment Opportunities.
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