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Position Title

    Resident Manager, New Ground Bothell

Description

    We are seeking a live-in Resident Manager who has experience with rent
    calculations, crisis response and basic maintenance. Our ideal candidate is
    respectful of our homeless young parents, while still understanding how to hold
    people accountable. Living on-site requires a balance of maintaining strong
    boundaries and also being a good neighbor. This position’s responsibilities include
    responding to crisis situations, cleaning/prepping units when residents move out,
    basic maintenance, and calculating/collecting rent.

    This position requires 20 evening office hours per week and overnight on-call hours
    from Sunday through Thursday nights. Be onsite during evening hours Sunday
    through Thursday from 6:00pm-10:00pm and on call 11:00pm-7:00am Sunday
    through Friday mornings.

    The Resident Manager position is a part time (20 hours a week) position that pays
    $16,727 per year. It also comes with many benefits including a free apartment,
    paid holidays, sick and vacation time, and pro-rated medical insurance.

Responsibilities

    A. Program-related Tasks
        1. Oversee landlord tasks at program site.
        2. Be onsite during evening hours Sunday through Thursday from 6:00pm-10:00pm
        and on call 11:00pm-7:00am Sunday through Friday mornings.
        3. Interview, train, and provide direct supervision to all Weekend Relief Shift
        Workers.
        4. Facilitate quarterly meetings/trainings for Weekend Relief Shift Workers.
        5. Provide weekly written reports for Weekend Relief Shift Workers that detail
        pertinent resident and program information.
        6. Schedule and maintain calendar for Weekend Relief shifts. If a weekend or
        holiday does not have coverage, the Resident Manager must provide coverage.
        7. Oversee facility safety and cleanliness. Enter all maintenance requests into
        SharePoint maintenance database and follow up on requests as necessary.
        8. Monitor and schedule cleaning of the building and individual units.
        9. Conduct intake and exit inspections for each unit upon vacancy or move-in.
        10. Conduct weekly apartment inspections and follow up on any unsatisfactory
        inspection issues within 48 hours of issuing a failed inspection notice. Provide
        proper
        documentation of all inspections to case managers.
        11. Oversee unit turnover as residents move out, including bagging personal
        possessions for storage, cleaning the unit and hiring cleaning services as
        necessary. Must be completed within 7 days of unit vacancy.
        12. Ensure security system is running at all times and video surveillance is
        reviewed during each shift.
        13. Assist in planning weekend recreational and life skills activities for residents
        and oversee Weekend Relief facilitation of weekend activities.
        14. Collect rent payments from residents between the first and the fifth of each
        month, complete accurate rent calculations, and keep updated and thorough
        written records of all deposit and rent transactions.
        15. Facilitate quarterly storage organization process including donating
        abandoned belongings to Goodwill and/or disposing of abandoned possessions.
        16. Attend all house meetings and attend staff meetings as necessary.

Required Skills and Qualifications

    A. Education and Experience
        1. Bachelor's Degree preferred.
        2. Demonstrates an appropriate maturity level to supervise and support young
        adults.
        3. Experience working with young adults in alternative setting a plus.

    B. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
        1. Able to engage with diverse populations in a culturally responsive manner.
        2. Demonstrate a commitment to the values of equity and inclusion by honoring
        and celebrating diverse characteristics and expressions of personal identity.
        3. Sensitivity to the issue of homelessness.
        4. Strong interest in working with youth and young adults.
        5. Strong personal boundaries very important.
        6. Must have valid Washington State driver's license and have own transportation
        available with necessary insurance.
        7. Employees and volunteers who operate their own or Friends of Youth
        vehicles on Friends of Youth business must have a safe driving record as
        defined by Friends of Youth. Employees and volunteers who operate their
        own vehicle(s) on Friends of Youth business must carry auto liability insurance
        that complies with the requirements of Friends of Youth.

Hours

   Sunday-Thursday 6pm-10pm office hours and 10pm-7am overnight on call.

Salary

    See description.

Reports to

   Lead Case Manager

Location

    Bothell

Application Deadline

    Open until filled

Contact

     Send cover letter and resume to Human Resources at hr@friendsofyouth.org 

Job Posting Date

    9/1/17
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