Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Job Type:
Full Time
Part Time

Pay Range: $3,172.50-$6,345
Organization's Mission: The Road Home has been a leader in the fight to end homelessness for 100 years (1923-2023). We provide low-barrier emergency shelters, supportive services, and housing-first-minded rental assistance that helps individuals and families step out of homelessness and back into the community. We are seeking compassionate and empathetic individuals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of others and their community.
Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement and Work: The Road Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is essential to The Road Home’s mission of helping people experiencing homelessness move back into housing. We know that having a more diverse team makes our organization stronger and leads to better experiences and outcomes for the people in our programs.
Position Summary: The Road Home Case Management Team seeks an energetic, and dedicated AmeriCorps member to assist formerly chronically homeless individuals and families to maintain their housing throughout Salt Lake County, thereby avoiding a return to homelessness. This position will support our dynamic and diverse, Housing Case Management Team by assisting tenants with housing stability and placement; assist tenants in accessing community resources, complete annual recertifications, monthly rent checks, negotiate on tenants’ behalf with local property managers, manage vital documents database, coordinate inspections with follow up and develop a housekeeping assessment/curriculum. This team member will also be encouraged to take part in staff meetings, clinical case staffing and trainings.
Primary Responsibilities: Duties and Responsibilities
Engage with individuals experiencing homelessness to help them secure housing.
Support the Case Management team by building the capacity of housing resources and connections, as well as assist people moving into housing with the distribution of food, furniture, and bed vouchers.
Assist people in their housing search, build relationships with landlords to facilitate move out, and advocate for clients who are housed, as needed.
Collaborate with program supervisor to ensure program fidelity, accurate program documentation, and intra-agency collaborations.
Coordinate with case managers, intake, outreach teams, and volunteers to ensure smooth transitions for families and individuals into housing.
Other duties as assigned.
Desired Qualifications: Minimum Requirements
Clear a full FBI Criminal background check, State background check, and the National Sex Offender Criminal background check.
Clear drug test.
High School Diploma or GED required. *Some or College degree in social services is a plus!
Must be eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship
Must have a current Driver's License and Auto Insurance.
Must be 18 years of age or older
Knowledge of and/or Willingness to Learn
Computer literate (i.e., Outlook, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel).
Experience working and/or education in social services field a plus.
Issues impacting individuals who have been or are homeless.
Methods and techniques of effective case management and assessment skills.
Social service programs and community resources.
Ability to solve complex situations and diffuse explosive situations with professionalism, empathy, and from a Trauma Informed Care perspective.
Ability to approach problems pro-actively with a solution- based focus.
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Ability to establish working relationships with residents, co-workers, and other professionals.
Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively.
Basic understanding of Trauma Informed Care and Housing First philosophies and a willingness to incorporate them into your work on a daily basis.
Ability to provide constructive and professional feedback to clients.
Ability to maintain client confidentiality.
Ability to display cultural competency, appreciation, compassion and understanding of the needs of clients.
Benefits / Why Work With Us: Option for Service:
Full-time members are required to commit to a full year service agreement and complete a “minimum” of:

1,700 service hours
Education Award $6,345
Stipend amount bi-weekly $723.86
Half-time members are required to commit to a full year service agreement and complete a “minimum” of:

900 service hours
Education Award $3,172.50
Stipend amount bi-weekly $361.26
Start date: Flexible with service ending 12 months from starting date.

AmeriCorps Members are provided a modest financial compensation in the form of cost-of-living allowances; referred to as a “living stipend” up to $18,850 annually for full-time and $9.425 for half-time;
Proof of Healthcare reimbursement up to Gold Level Plan on the Market Place if eligible and participation, paid Student Loan Deferment, Public Service Loan Forgiveness,
Child Care Assistance for qualified members
The AmeriCorps Education Award. After successfully completing their term of service, full time members may receive the Education Award of up to $6,345 while half-time members receive up to $3,172.50. The Education Award can pay for additional college, graduate school courses, or it can pay off existing qualifying federal student loans.
How to Apply: Committed applicants please apply directly on the AmeriCorps website at:
Location: Salt Lake City


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Contact: Human Resourses
Phone: 8018197366