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Employment Opportunities

Currently hiring

Housing Authority City of Asheville (HACA) and The Independence Program (TIP) Team Leader

Homeward Bound’s HACA and TIP Programs provide long-term housing and support to individuals and families experiencing literal and chronic homelessness. This full-time position will be responsible for assisting the Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Program Director and supervising Program Staff. The individual will directly supervise all direct service staff and be responsible for all daily tasks related to supporting these staff members. This staff member will know and understand all grant requirements and be able to provide approval and oversight for all operations. Additionally, the individual will work closely with the PSH Program Director to continually develop the program and ensure adherence to all grant requirements and policies and procedures. The individual will conduct internal monitoring and ongoing assessments of program efficacy. In addition to supervising staff, the individual will carry a case load of up to 15 clients. The individual will also work with the Program Manager to provide ongoing training opportunities to staff. Find out more about this position and how to apply here.

AHOpe day center case manager

AHOPE Day Center is the front door to our agency and to the community’s homeless service system. AHOPE provides basic services (showers, mail, phone, storage) and staff that work to build relationships that lead people out of homelessness and into permanent housing. The Case Manager is a source of support and guidance to individuals experiencing homelessness in Buncombe County. Case Managers are trained to assist individuals with identifying barriers to housing stability and engage in goal planning that aims to link individuals to the resources and skills that they need in order to achieve long-term housing stability. This person must have a Bachelor’s degree in human services, social services, or comparable experience. Applicant must also have experience working with mental illnesses and substance abuse disorders. 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. Find out more about the position and how to apply here.