Program Supervisor- Supportive Housing
Accepting applications until filled
Who We Are
Project for Pride in Living, Inc. (PPL) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering low-income people to become self-reliant through integrated services. When joining PPL, you become a part of a diverse team whose goal is to assist our residents and communities with the groundwork they need to survive and thrive. We are eager to welcome others to our team who are dedicated to serving our residents and pursuing our mission to build the hope, assets, and self-reliance of individuals and families who have lower incomes by providing transformative, affordable housing and employment readiness services.
PPL is in search of an outstanding Program Supervisor to join its Single Adults Supportive Housing Program.
Responsibilities for this position include staff supervision, team leadership, and provision of some case management services. The Program Supervisor will lead a team of Case Managers focusing on helping Housing Support (GRH) participants find and keep housing through the supervision and provision of housing tenancy supports and case management. This position will use a Person-Centered, Harm Reduction, and Housing First approach to partner with participants from diverse communities who have experienced homelessness and behavioral health challenges. The Program Supervisor will collaborate with Housing Transition services staff to support screening and intakes, housing search and placement, rehousing, and landlord relationships and build relationships with private landlords and PPL property managers in Hennepin and Ramsey counties.
Now is a great time to join our growing and passionate Supportive Housing team as we work to strengthen resident stability through supportive services.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Hire, train, supervise, and support Supportive Housing Case Managers to maintain quality and consistency within the Program, encourage staff growth and development.
- Promote an inclusive, diverse, culturally competent, and respectful work environment.
- Work in collaboration with staff on participant situations. Review and consult regularly regarding service provision for participants—model person-centered responses. Provide support and back up to staff as needed.
- Respond to after hour's emergencies or incidents as needed.
- Participate in internal and external professional development, team meetings, case consultation, special initiatives, PPL and Resident Services committees, and organization-wide meetings.
- Support collaboration with property managers, private landlords, and other partnerships.
- Assist with budgeting, fundraising, financial, and strategic planning needs of the Program. Assist Program to pilot new technologies to enhance service delivery.
- Engage with participants to assess their strengths/barriers and create customized participant-driven housing stability plans. Update and modify to reflect current goals, needs, and housing retention barriers.
- Keep accurate, up to date documentation including but not limited to goal plans, case notes, incident reports, funder data, receipts, etc.
- Support participants through the housing application process and provide transition services as they prepare to move-in and set up a home. Support screening and intakes, housing search, and placement rehousing, and landlord relationships to help single adults find and keep housing in Hennepin and Ramsey Counties.
- Connect households to security deposits, furnishings, basic needs, and emergency resources.
- Assist with the housing recertification process.
- Work with the team and participants to plan and facilitate community-building activities, resident meetings, and engagement with the larger community. Help residents build social support with family, peers, neighbors, etc.
- Provide and facilitate translation and interpreting services.
- Communicate and coordinate services with all team members and other needed internal and external stakeholders.
Supervise 3 case managers. May supervise interns.
- Bachelor's Degree in Human Services, Social Work, or related field. Associates Degree and significant experience with the target population may be considered as a substitute for some education.
- 4 – 6 years' experience in providing services to individuals or families with behavioral health challenges and in a supportive housing environment.
- Experience in supervising and leading others.
- Self-starter with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Experience providing supervision and talent management.
- Must have a valid driver's license, a good driving record, proof of insurance, and a reliable vehicle.
- Experience with Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centered, or DBT skills a bonus.
A detailed job description is available upon request or if selected for the next phase of the hiring process.
Benefits: Health & Dental; Employer Paid Short & Long Term Disability Insurance, Employer Paid Life Insurance; Paid Parental Leave; Voluntary Life Insurance; Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA); PTO & Paid Holidays; 403(b) Retirement Plan with Employer Match; Summer half-day Fridays; an impactful presence in an organization that makes a difference in many lives.
Salary: $46,000.00-$52,000.00/Yr., DOQ
Temporary remote work during COVID-19 pandemic.
How to Apply: Qualified candidates can apply online via this link https://www.ppl-inc.org/careers. Include a cover letter and resume. Our hiring process includes phone screens and in-person interviews, reference, and background checks for final candidates. PPL strives to be an equitable and inclusive organization committed to elevating the voices of the communities we serve, those who are disproportionately affected by systemic inequities. Persons of color, women, members of the LGBTQ community, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Questions about this and other PPL jobs can be sent to email@example.com.
PPL is an EEO/AA employer. PPL participates in the federal E-verify program to confirm all newly hired employees' identity and employment authorization.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the organization will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourage prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.