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Family Housing Worker - FHPAP

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MINNESOTA INDIAN WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER

Employment Opportunity

Family Housing Worker - FHPAP

Revised 9/18/2017


JOB SUMMARY:
The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center is a multi-service non-profit serving American Indian women and families with holistic, culturally-based programs and services. The Family Housing Worker will provide assistance to qualifying Native American families in Hennepin County to obtain and maintain stable, permanent affordable housing.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Familiarity with urban Native community and/or experience working with American Indian/Alaska Native families.
• Experience working with homeless prevention, rapid rehousing and/or housing advocacy.
• Bachelor’s degree in human service or related field preferred.
• Strong technology/database management skills.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Knowledge of community-based rental housing, financial assistance, and other resources.

Other Qualifications:
• Valid Driver’s License with a satisfactory driving record. Must have own vehicle and be willing to transport client families as needed.
• Must have no current problem related to alcohol or drug use.
• Must submit to DHS Criminal Background Study. (
• emonstrated ability to:
- Maintain highly confidential and sensitive information.
- Ability to exemplify professional conduct.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist a regular caseload of families in obtaining and maintaining affordable permanent housing.
• Develop working relationship and establish networks with landlords throughout the metro area.
• Coordinate intake referrals, transportation, apartment search assistance, moving assistance and any other resources for homeless families.
• Work closely with other MIWRC staff to coordinate direct services for clientele and homeless prevention strategies.
• Complete and maintain all program related paperwork, case management files, case notes, and other file related documentation.
• Collect and report data as required for position, including data collection and entry into the HMIS system.
• Respond to other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

REPORTING AND SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Family Housing Worker reports directly to the Director of Programs and has no supervisory responsibilities.

JOB CLASSIFICATION:
Full-time; Regular; Salaried; Exempt

SALARY:
Low $40,000s

HOW TO APPLY:
Send Resume and cover letter to HR @miwrc.org, Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center,
2300 - 15th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404; 612-728-2000;
fax 612-728-2039.

Visit HYPERLINK "http://www.miwrc.org/" www.miwrc.org to learn more about us.

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MINNESOTA INDIAN WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER



Family Housing Worker - FHPAP

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