The REACH Center works with thousands of at-risk youth and young adults ages 12-24 each year to provide them with educational opportunities, career development, peer mentoring, and other supportive services. REACH has a strong track record of leveraging institutional partnerships to serve young people, and coordinates programs that annually place approximately 500 people in jobs, graduate 50 students on average from GED classes, and provide housing for up to 175 youth experiencing homelessness each year. REACH is at the forefront of youth development, career readiness, and the fight against youth homelessness in the Greater Puget Sound Region. The work of the REACH Center contributes to positive systems change and has sparked interest in widespread replication of the REACH service delivery model.
|POSITION TITLE:||H4S Rapid Re-Housing Case Manager|
|EMPLOYMENT TYPE:||Regular, Non-Exempt|
|SCHEDULE:||40 Hours per Week|
|REPORTS TO:||Advocacy Services Manager|
|SALARY RANGE:||$42,000 – $43,000|
|PRIORITY CONSIDERATION||Open Until Filled|
This position was developed to support the work being done by a collaborative team of local non-profits and service providers called ACT on Youth Homelessness. The team initially came together via the Pierce County’s 100-day Challenge to move the needle on youth homelessness. The team housed an unprecedented 176 young people in 100 days.
Housing For Success (H4S) is a rapid rehousing program serving youth and young adults aged 18-24 who are experiencing homelessness. The REACH Center partners with three community-based organizations on this project: Shared Housing Services, Vadis, and Oasis Youth Center. These organizations collaborate to provide case management, housing provision, and mental health/life skills support to youth in the program.
Under the supervision of the Advocacy Services Manager, H4S Case Managers are responsible for a caseload that averages around 15 participants ages 18-24 and support of various aspects of the H4S program, including case notes, partnership work, and support of the H4S Program Specialist in timely submittal of reports. H4S Case Managers are expected to work closely with each other and with partner staff to ensure that H4S is meeting needs of participants and meeting required program benchmarks.
Individuals with personal, shared, or lived experience as an immigrant, refugee, or homeless young adult are strongly encouraged to apply.
NOTE: This position requires in-person contact with clients while observing social distancing and other safety protocols.FULL JOB DETAILS
Please e-mail a Cover Letter that specifically addresses how your background makes you the best fit for this position, your resume, and three (3) References to Jobs@TacomaCommunityHouse.org.
WHY WORK AT TACOMA COMMUNITY HOUSE & THE REACH CENTER?
Your paycheck is only part of your total compensation package. Employees also have access to a benefits package worth about 30% of your salary.
Compensation – $42,000 – $43,000/year depending on qualifications.
Insurance – We offer a comprehensive health care benefits package including medical, dental, and basic life insurance.
Retirement – Tacoma Community House employees may participate in a 403b plan which includes generous support from the agency after 1 year of service.
Paid Leave – Leave benefits include 24 days of paid time off in the first year and 11 paid holidays.
We Are a Welcoming Workplace
Inclusion and empowerment are an integral part of who we are – our history, our culture, our identity. These values lead us in our operations as we strive to build and nurture a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and connects to each other in our dedication to equity and social justice.
The REACH Center is a partnership project of Tacoma Community House. While all work-related duties will be performed at and for The REACH Center, this position will be filled by Tacoma Community House, one of the longest-serving nonprofits in Tacoma. Tacoma Community House is committed to increasing the diversity of its staff and clients and to strengthening sensitivity to diversity throughout the agency. TCH is an equal opportunity employer and service provider and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, creed, disability, national origin, political or union affiliation, marital status, sexual orientation, Vietnam era veteran status or other non bona fide job requirement. Applicants in need of accommodations are encouraged to call (253) 383-3951. Tacoma Community House is an equal opportunity employer.
Tacoma Community House is an Equal Opportunity Employer
In our relationships with staff, our participants, and our community, Tacoma Community House does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, age, national origin, marital or military status, sexual orientation, gender identity, the presence or perception of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, genetic information, or any other status or characteristic protected by local, state or federal law. Applicants in need of accommodations are encouraged to call (253) 383-3951.