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Employment Opportunities

Rapid Re-Housing Outreach/Intake Specialist

Homeward Bound’s Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) Program provides short-term financial assistance for housing and case management support to individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Buncombe County. The program’s temporary financial assistance assists with move-in costs and can also provide short-term rental and/or utility assistance. The program offers resources and services that are tailored to the unique needs of the household. The outreach/intake Specialist will meet with all prospective clients to assess both need and eligibility, and will serve as primary contact for clients to access services. This position requires a significant degree of autonomy, as well as the ability to work with a team. Click here to read more about this position and how to apply.

Rapid Re-Housing Staff Support

The Staff Support position will work with the RRH team to assist with helping veteran clients to increase housing stability. Staff Support will assist case managers with their cases, being available for home visits, move-ins, transports, and all other duties as requested by SSVF staff.  The Staff Support will also process homeless prevention referrals from partnering agencies and literally homeless referrals from the Veterans Administration.  The Support Staff also supports the office with supply runs, putting files together, updating and copying forms, post office runs and other duties as assigned.  Lastly, the Support Staff may be responsible for a caseload of veteran clients that have worked to achieve housing stability and need light-touch case management assistance. Click here to read more about this position and how to apply.

Residential Safety Advisor

The Resident Safety Advisor is responsible for controlling access to The Woodfin, a hard-to-house project of Homeward Bound’s Permanent Supportive Housing program located on Woodfin Street in Asheville. Most importantly, we are looking for individuals that have passion for the work and compassion for all people experiencing homelessness in our community, no exceptions. Click here to read more about this position and how to apply.