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Supportive Housing Specialist

  • ... Columbus, Ohio, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 57907 per year
  • Posted on: Mar 12, 2024       Expires on: Apr 26, 2024

Supportive Housing Specialist   

JOB TITLE:

Supportive Housing Specialist

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Columbus Ohio United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Full job description

Primary Location: United States of America-OHIO-Franklin County-Columbus
Work Locations: Riffe Tower 26 77 South High Street 26th Floor Columbus 43215
Organization: Ohio Department of Development
Classified Indicator: Classified
Bargaining Unit / Exempt: Bargaining Unit
Schedule: Full-time
Work Hours: Day hours, M-F
Compensation: $57,907/yr
Unposting Date: Mar 25, 2024, 10:59:00 PM
Primary Job Skill: Housing
Technical Skills: Grant Writing, Grants Administration, Housing, Planning and Development, Public Relations
Professional Skills: Analyzation, Attention to Detail, Conflict Management, Interpreting Data, Continuous Improvement
Agency Contact Name: Tim Keeling
Agency Contact Information: timothy.
keeling@development.
ohio.
gov

Supportive Housing Specialist

(240002OL)
Job Duties

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING SPECIALIST

Development is seeking a mission-focused, tech savvy Grant Analysts that is excited to join our efforts to modernize and streamline the states supportive housing programs.

About Us:

At Development we invest in the people, places & businesses of Ohio in ways that empower them to succeed.
.
.

This mission is fulfilled by our dedicated and talented team that comes to work every day ready to make difference in the lives of their fellow Ohioans.
If youre looking to be part of a team that values bold thinking, diversity in people and ideas, being responsive, and always taking a solution-focused approach, I encourage you to view Development's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Plan to learn more about Developments work culture and how you could make a difference for Ohioans.

Click here to learn more about Development.

What You'll Do:

  • Successful applicants will become positive change agents and partners with non-profit and local government agencies in creating opportunities for homeless and low income individuals and families by:
  • Empowering homeless programs in Ohio through the provision of professional, accurate and timely customer service and technical assistance;
  • Developing and reviewing grant applications for completion, accuracy and alignment with HUD, Continua of Care and state policy;
  • Analyzing operating systems, policies and/or procedures of our grantees and their respective CoCs to determine the need for program improvements and help them improve their performance;
  • Researching and developing policies and best practices related to supportive housing and determine their impact on the implementation of homeless programs;
  • Reviewing grant applications, reports, and other documentation for accuracy and compliance; entering data into the electronic grant management systems;
  • Monitoring grantee implementation of supportive housing programs for compliance with program, state and federal regulations and providing feedback and technical assistance;
  • Developing training, technical assistance, processes, and informational materials;
  • Responding to public and Grantee inquiries demonstrating sound metrics, accountability and transparency while ensuring quality customer service and maintaining a partnering relationship on behalf of the Department and Governor.

Whats in it for you:

  • At the State of Ohio, we take care of the team that cares for Ohioans.
    We provide a variety of quality, competitive benefits to eligible full-time and part-time employees.
    For a list of all the State of Ohio Benefits, visit our Total Rewards website! Our benefits package includes:

Medical Coverage

  • Quality, affordable, and competitive medical benefits are offered through the available Ohio Med plans.

Dental, Vision and Basic Life Insurance

  • Dental, vision, and basic life insurance premiums are free after completed eligibility period.
    Length of eligibility period is dependent on union representation.

Time Away From Work and Work/Life Balance

  • Paid time off, including vacation, personal, and sick leave
  • 11 paid holidays per year
  • Childbirth/Adoption leave

Employee Development Funds

  • The State of Ohio offers a variety of educational and professional development funding that varies based on whether you are a union-exempt employee or a union-represented employee.

Ohio Public Employees Retirement System

  • OPERS is the retirement system for State of Ohio employees.
    The employee contributes 10% of their salary towards their retirement.
    The employer contributes an amount equal to 14% of the employees salary.
    Visit the OPERS website for more information.

Deferred Compensation

  • The Ohio Deferred Compensation program is a 457(b) voluntary retirement savings plan.
    Visit the Ohio Deferred Compensation website for more information.
Qualifications

  • Completion of undergraduate core program in business administration/public administration, urban planning or political science; 12 months training or 12 months experience.
    in planning, developing and/or implementing housing and/or homeless grant programs or real estate sales and must be able to provide own transportation.

-Or 36 months training or 36 months experience in planning, developing &/or implementing housing and/or homeless grant programs or real estate sales and must be able to provide own transportation.


ADA Statement

Ohio is a Disability Inclusion State and strives to be a model employer of individuals with disabilities.
The State of Ohio is committed to providing access and inclusion and reasonable accommodation in its services, activities, programs and employment opportunities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable laws.


Drug-Free Workplace

The State of Ohio is a drug-free workplace which prohibits the use of marijuana (recreational marijuana/non-medical cannabis).
Please note, this position may be subject to additional restrictions pursuant to the State of Ohio Drug-Free Workplace Policy (HR-39), and as outlined in the posting.


Knowledge of housing and/or homeless grant programs and regulations; public relations*; computer programs*; business administration/public administration or urban planning; real estate programs; employee training and development*.
Skill in operation of computer; operation of copier*, operation of calculator*.
Ability to review housing and/or homeless applications with accuracy and completeness; prepare technical reports, computer spreadsheets and make recommendations on findings; handle technical and sensitive inquiries from community agencies, government officials and general public; cooperate with co-workers on group assignments.


(*) Developed after employment.


Requires travel.


Background Check Information


The final candidate selected for this position will be required to undergo a criminal background check.
Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position.
An individual assessment of an applicants prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.

Position Details

POSTED:

Mar 12, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

57907 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1710391895-6bd1f4d74637fe7f13d9e072700571e2

LOCATION:

Ohio United States

CITY:

Columbus

Job Origin:

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Full job description

Primary Location: United States of America-OHIO-Franklin County-Columbus
Work Locations: Riffe Tower 26 77 South High Street 26th Floor Columbus 43215
Organization: Ohio Department of Development
Classified Indicator: Classified
Bargaining Unit / Exempt: Bargaining Unit
Schedule: Full-time
Work Hours: Day hours, M-F
Compensation: $57,907/yr
Unposting Date: Mar 25, 2024, 10:59:00 PM
Primary Job Skill: Housing
Technical Skills: Grant Writing, Grants Administration, Housing, Planning and Development, Public Relations
Professional Skills: Analyzation, Attention to Detail, Conflict Management, Interpreting Data, Continuous Improvement
Agency Contact Name: Tim Keeling
Agency Contact Information: timothy.keeling@development.ohio.gov

Supportive Housing Specialist

(240002OL)
Job Duties

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING SPECIALIST

Development is seeking a mission-focused, tech savvy Grant Analysts that is excited to join our efforts to modernize and streamline the states supportive housing programs.

About Us:

At Development we invest in the people, places & businesses of Ohio in ways that empower them to succeed...

This mission is fulfilled by our dedicated and talented team that comes to work every day ready to make difference in the lives of their fellow Ohioans. If youre looking to be part of a team that values bold thinking, diversity in people and ideas, being responsive, and always taking a solution-focused approach, I encourage you to view Development's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Plan to learn more about Developments work culture and how you could make a difference for Ohioans.

Click here to learn more about Development.

What You'll Do:

  • Successful applicants will become positive change agents and partners with non-profit and local government agencies in creating opportunities for homeless and low income individuals and families by:
  • Empowering homeless programs in Ohio through the provision of professional, accurate and timely customer service and technical assistance;
  • Developing and reviewing grant applications for completion, accuracy and alignment with HUD, Continua of Care and state policy;
  • Analyzing operating systems, policies and/or procedures of our grantees and their respective CoCs to determine the need for program improvements and help them improve their performance;
  • Researching and developing policies and best practices related to supportive housing and determine their impact on the implementation of homeless programs;
  • Reviewing grant applications, reports, and other documentation for accuracy and compliance; entering data into the electronic grant management systems;
  • Monitoring grantee implementation of supportive housing programs for compliance with program, state and federal regulations and providing feedback and technical assistance;
  • Developing training, technical assistance, processes, and informational materials;
  • Responding to public and Grantee inquiries demonstrating sound metrics, accountability and transparency while ensuring quality customer service and maintaining a partnering relationship on behalf of the Department and Governor.

Whats in it for you:

  • At the State of Ohio, we take care of the team that cares for Ohioans. We provide a variety of quality, competitive benefits to eligible full-time and part-time employees. For a list of all the State of Ohio Benefits, visit our Total Rewards website! Our benefits package includes:

Medical Coverage

  • Quality, affordable, and competitive medical benefits are offered through the available Ohio Med plans.

Dental, Vision and Basic Life Insurance

  • Dental, vision, and basic life insurance premiums are free after completed eligibility period. Length of eligibility period is dependent on union representation.

Time Away From Work and Work/Life Balance

  • Paid time off, including vacation, personal, and sick leave
  • 11 paid holidays per year
  • Childbirth/Adoption leave

Employee Development Funds

  • The State of Ohio offers a variety of educational and professional development funding that varies based on whether you are a union-exempt employee or a union-represented employee.

Ohio Public Employees Retirement System

  • OPERS is the retirement system for State of Ohio employees. The employee contributes 10% of their salary towards their retirement. The employer contributes an amount equal to 14% of the employees salary. Visit the OPERS website for more information.

Deferred Compensation

  • The Ohio Deferred Compensation program is a 457(b) voluntary retirement savings plan. Visit the Ohio Deferred Compensation website for more information.
Qualifications

  • Completion of undergraduate core program in business administration/public administration, urban planning or political science; 12 months training or 12 months experience. in planning, developing and/or implementing housing and/or homeless grant programs or real estate sales and must be able to provide own transportation.

-Or 36 months training or 36 months experience in planning, developing &/or implementing housing and/or homeless grant programs or real estate sales and must be able to provide own transportation.


ADA Statement

Ohio is a Disability Inclusion State and strives to be a model employer of individuals with disabilities. The State of Ohio is committed to providing access and inclusion and reasonable accommodation in its services, activities, programs and employment opportunities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable laws.


Drug-Free Workplace

The State of Ohio is a drug-free workplace which prohibits the use of marijuana (recreational marijuana/non-medical cannabis). Please note, this position may be subject to additional restrictions pursuant to the State of Ohio Drug-Free Workplace Policy (HR-39), and as outlined in the posting.


Knowledge of housing and/or homeless grant programs and regulations; public relations*; computer programs*; business administration/public administration or urban planning; real estate programs; employee training and development*. Skill in operation of computer; operation of copier*, operation of calculator*. Ability to review housing and/or homeless applications with accuracy and completeness; prepare technical reports, computer spreadsheets and make recommendations on findings; handle technical and sensitive inquiries from community agencies, government officials and general public; cooperate with co-workers on group assignments.

(*) Developed after employment.


Requires travel.


Background Check Information


The final candidate selected for this position will be required to undergo a criminal background check. Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position.
An individual assessment of an applicants prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.

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