Special Projects Manager Tiny Houses job Tacoma Washington
Special Projects Manager Tiny Houses job Tacoma Washington
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Special Projects Manager Tiny Houses Job



Employer Name: Low Income Housing Institute SpiderID: 9216368
Location: Tacoma, Washington Date Posted: 12/19/2019
Wage: Category: Miscellaneous
Job Code:
Number Of Openings: 1

Job Description:
Tacoma village houses homeless people. This position will provide a high-level of expertise in management, operation and coordination of staff, contractors, vendors, and volunteers at the Villages. This position supervises activities at the site and maintains a safe environment for all the residents at the Villages. This position also provides emergency coverage as needed and works closely with all other Tiny House Staff, the on-site Case Manager and LIHI Management team.

Responsibilities:

Staff Support and Supervision
∑ Assist in hiring, supervising, and training of staff, volunteers, interns and interface with vendors, contractors, consultants, and community members.
∑ Assist in completing staff evaluations that address performance concerns, set goals with clear performance expectations
∑ Troubleshoot resident issues, refer issues as appropriate to management, work in a team approach to determine the best course of action.






Program Management and Coordination
∑ Provide an on-site presence, monitoring the Village sites and surrounding areas. Coordinate activities, staffing and maintenance of the community and dining spaces, the yard, and tiny houses. Ensure safety and well-being of residents. The purpose is to assist with deterring theft, violence, vandalism, illegal activities or infractions of rules and code of conduct.
∑ Enforce rules and guest policy.
∑ Assist clients/participants in completing move-in and move-out paperwork.
∑ Monitor individuals entering and exiting the property. Maintain logs and complete incident reports.
∑ Provide outreach and info to neighborhood organizations, residents, and the Community Advisory Committees.
∑ Monitor activities and appearance, and perform light-maintenance and janitorial of all common areas, entry, kitchen, community space, bathrooms, grounds and the perimeter of the Village.
∑ Assist in preparing vacant units including light maintenance, cleaning, and coordinating with vendors in a timely manner.
∑ Maintain inventory of basic supplies and assist in ordering supplies.
∑ Respond to residentsí concerns and questions regarding the Villages.
∑ Respond to emergencies on site, being on-call with cell phone and performing grounds checks. Call 911 in case of emergencies such as fire or injuries. Alert LIHI staff and management of incidents, safety concerns and other related issues.
∑ Work with other staff members, grassroots partners, community groups, government entities, volunteers and future residents on community notification, tours and community outreach.
∑ Obtain and respond to input and feedback from residents, oversee inspection and upkeep of tiny houses and other structures and evaluate habitability and quality of life.
∑ Organize training for staff and residents on domestic violence, mental health, hoarding, self help, and other areas.
∑ Perform other responsibilities as assigned.



Job Requirements:
Qualifications:
1. Two years experience working in the human services field.
2. Experience providing services to low-income and/or homeless population
3. One year experience working on leading a program or project with staff and volunteers.
4. Ability to effectively supervise staff, interns and volunteers, and to work with confidential, sensitive information (physical, electronic, and verbal) and maintain confidentiality.
5. Ability to work in a fast-paced, fairly independent and autonomous work environment. Must be a self-starter, highly organized, able to prioritize, multi-task, meet deadlines, and follow-up.
6. Must have exceptional problem solving skills, be able to resolve conflicts, and ability to work effectively with difficult people.
7. Proficient in, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint and Excel spreadsheet programs. Previous experience with record keeping and report preparation.
8. Proven ability to work with minimal supervision.
9. Must possess a strong sense of ethics, professional boundaries, and an inviting demeanor. Respect for homeless people, diplomacy/tact, and an optimistic approach are essential. The person in this position must be able to tolerate and welcome differences of opinion and have an appreciation for diversity.
10. Excellent communication skills.
11. Must have valid driverís license and working vehicle.
12. Must pass criminal background checks and drug screening test.


Job Criteria:
Start Date:
Position Type: Full-Time Temporary
Years of Experience Required: 5
Education Required:
Overnight Travel:
Vacation Time:


Contact Information:
Contact Name: Jennifer Motamedi Company Type: Other
Company: Low Income Housing Institute
City: Seattle
State: Washington
Zip: 98121
Web Site: https://www.lihi.org

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