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Job: Senior Program Manager of Supportive Housing

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Title Senior Program Manager of Supportive Housing
Categories Northern California
Position Type PERMANENT
Salary $65k – $75k
Location Sacramento
Job Information

This is hybrid remote and office during COVID.

The Senior Program Manager is responsible for the overall management of the supportive housing residents at the properties. This position will oversee activities that promote the residents’ wellbeing and their success in maintaining stable housing. The Senior Program Manager will be responsible for managing staff, programs and overall quality control efforts at various sites within their defined region. This includes close coordination with the Supportive Services Director to ensure residents and the property needs are being met. The responsibilities also include tight co-ordination with agency and outside providers to ensure successful retention in supportive housing. This role will be responsible for building relationships with city partners, nonprofits and volunteers in an effort to leverage additional programs and services to the communities.

Level of Education, Experience and Skill Set:
• Two years of experience working with children and families, individuals experiencing homelessness, and individuals experiencing mental illness.
• B.A. Degree or above in Human Services field, Psychology background a plus or equivalent.
• Familiarity with the Housing First, Harm Reduction and/or Recovery Oriented service models
• Knowledge of the local CoC and CES.
• Knowledge and/or experience (minimum of 3 years) in working with special needs/mentally ill populations.

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