Assistant Director of Housing Supports (Programs)
MBHP is a non-profit agency and is the largest regional provider of rental assistance in Massachusetts. We serve approximately 8,800 tenants and 4,000 property owners with rental assistance in 29 communities and the city of Boston.
MBHP’s mission is to ensure that the region’s low- and moderate-income individuals and families have choice and mobility in finding and retaining decent affordable housing; all of our programs and initiatives are designed to encourage housing stability, increased economic self-sufficiency, and the enhanced quality of the lives of those we serve. To achieve our mission and to promote efficient service delivery, we work collaboratively with a broad array of service providers and neighborhood-based organizations.
The Assistant Director of Housing Supports will assist in the oversight of all MBHP Housing Supports Activities with a focus on the HomeBASE, HCEC, and RAFT programs. As such, the Assistant Director will be knowledgeable of all of the departments’ program rules, regulations and requirements as stipulated through various funding sources. This will include, but not be limited to, pertinent program regulations and requirements of the Department of Housing and Community Development, HUD, The City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) and other federal, state, and private funders. S/he will also accept primary responsibility for the advancement of internal/interdepartmental communication systems and opportunities. S/he will also oversee, and ensure implementation of the department’s staff training. S/he will share supervision of the program managers with the Director of Housing Supports, dependent on programs and program needs. Finally, the Assistant Director will work closely with the Director of Housing Supports to assess and develop new and innovative opportunities for the clients of the various Housing Support teams. Continue reading
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If you are seeking a busy work environment, have experience helping people problem solve around housing challenges this opportunity is for you!
We are seeking two Housing Consumer Education Counselors with one counselor sited in our North Shore housing education center. Below is the job description. To apply, click here
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
¨ Provides assistance to clients seeking Housing Consumer Education Center services and makes referrals to other resources when appropriate.
¨ Assesses client needs through intake, which include services requested by the client, the services provided to the client, and other needs that the counselor and client determine. Continue reading
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Membership and Volunteer Administrator
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell is seeking customer service oriented staff member to work at our program reception area, manage Club member and volunteer databases, and coordinate Club Volunteers and projects. The ideal candidate will bring a friendly, welcoming attitude and help to maintain an organized Club environment. Program reception includes answering phones, greeting club members, their parents, and visitors. Must be detailed-oriented and have the ability to multitask. Continue reading
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Housing Consumer Education Counselor
Housing & Homeless Services- Homeless Prevention
Director of Homeless Prevention
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
¨ Provides assistance to clients seeking HCEC services and makes referrals to other resources when appropriate.
¨ Assesses client needs through intake reports, which include services requested by the client, the services provided to the client, and other needs that the counselor and client determine.
¨ Provides counseling and education to clients related to housing issues. Continue reading
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Rehousing Specialist Contractors
During the course of Fiscal Year 2014, approximately 6,000 families receiving the HomeBASE Rental Assistance benefit will transition off the two-year program. In addition, approximately 85 families will be transitioning off a small, four-year program that provided rental assistance called Moving to Economic Opportunity (MEOP). The DHCD Rehousing Team will focus primarily on the transition from HomeBASE, but will also provide support to families and providers transitioning from the MEOP program as it will require similar activities. Continue reading