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Housing Stabilization Manger Job Opening – MCCAC (OR)

Mid Columbia Community Action Council

The Dalles, Oregon

Seeks Housing Stabilization Manager

Job description
Four pages

Open until filled
First round of interviews will be held during the week of December 28, 2020

Job Purpose

The Housing Stabilization Manager delivers high-quality housing programs to eligible households experiencing housing instability or homelessness.  These programs promote stability and racial equity through advocacy, empowerment and coordination of supports and services which enable households to improve their economic and housing stability.  The Housing Stabilization Manager is tasked with leading the efforts in the fight against homelessness, reducing the impact of trauma caused by housing insecurity and by increasing access to MCCAC resources to Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) and LQBTQ+ community members.

The Housing Stabilization Manager provides leadership in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of all program components throughout MCCAC’s service areas.  The Housing Stabilization Manager represents the agency in local, regional, and national forums promoting sound organizational and management innovations.

The Housing Stabilization Manager is a member of the Executive Director’s leadership team, participating in staff meetings, strategic planning, developing short and long term service goals and objectives, agency resource development and outreach.  “Housing Stabilization” means programs funded through Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) Programs, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Continuum of Care (CoC) and private and local resources.

See job description for additional information including duties, tasks & responsibilities, knowledge, skills & abilities, qualifications, salary and benefits.

To Apply

Submit application and cover letter to klapoint@mccac.com.  Cover letters should include why you are uniquely qualified to serve in the position and what strengths you would bring to the role.

People of color and people with lived experience are encouraged to apply.


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