Housing Assistant FSS Coordinator
- FT; Housing Assistants implement day-to-day service delivery to Housing program participants; maintaining assigned caseload. Responsibilities include: timely completion of re-certification, collecting documentation, identification of household composition and income, collecting third party verification and supporting documentation to ensure program compliance, data base input and maintenance, issuing voucher documents; conducting recertifications; and maintaining and completing required reports and records. Responsibilities also include: Supporting families and individuals through their participation in the Family Self Sufficiency Program (FSS), Home Ownership Program; providing quality, integrated services meeting individual goals and program plans that support stabilization, self sufficiency and moving out of poverty through strength based partnerships.; Min. Req.: BA in Human Services Field And 4 years program implementation experience, including direct consumer work and outcome driven reporting. AND Work experience meeting reporting requirements and deadlines. AND Experience developing participant goal plans; supporting household budgeting, fiscal literacy skills and mortgage applications. AND Experience with program related event planning. AND Two years’ experience implementing Federal/State housing support programs; such as Housing Choice Voucher Program with reporting and database responsibilities. AND Meet TCAction criteria for satisfactory driver’s license in order to access agency owned vehicles and access to personal transportation for work related activities.
Applications accepted until Friday, April 24, 2015. AA/EEO.
- FT; Provide expertise in birth to five years education content area for all staff through mentoring, curriculum implementation, observation, individualization, training, and expansion of resources that support the service delivery plans and agency school readiness and family engagement frameworks. Work in team collaborations to achieve outcomes that provide quality, integrated service delivery to families and their children throughout Tompkins County. ; Min. Req.: Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education (Masters preferred) or related field and Four (4) years direct experience working with children birth to 5 years and Experience in training, reporting and adult education and learning styles.Applications accepted until Friday, May 1, 2015. AA/EEO