Careers

Make a Rewarding Career Move

The Coalition for the Homeless offers rewarding career opportunities for counselors, teachers, social workers, case managers and organizers. Coalition programs offer a variety of entry-level and professional positions for those who wish to join our dedicated and talented corps of human services workers and advocates.

Please note that all employees of the Coalition for the Homeless must be vaccinated.

Positions Available:

POLICY AND DATA ANALYST

BI-LINGUAL ADVOCATE/CASE MANAGER, CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM

ADVOCATE/CASE MANAGER, CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM

EDUCATION AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR, FIRST STEP PROGRAM

DRIVER/MAINTENANCE WORKER, SSHP

PART-TIME CASE MANAGER

PORTER

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Policy and Data Analyst

POSITION SUMMARY: Provide ongoing analysis of a wide range of public policy issues and data involving homelessness. Help coordinate the public education campaigns of the organization to promote community action and advocacy on homelessness and other issues of priority for the Coalition, such as housing, public benefits, and mental health services. At the direction of the Policy Director and Executive Director, and in collaboration with the Advocacy staff, track and analyze public policy issues and data involving homelessness, in particular City of New York policies, and help develop and implement the public education efforts of the Coalition. Contribute to the community organizing, shelter monitoring, and other advocacy work of the Coalition. The Policy and Data Analyst shall provide a service vision and tone consistent with the mission and goals of the Coalition for the Homeless.

QUALIFICATIONS: BA required; graduate degree, such as MSW, MPP, or MPA, strongly preferred. Three years of relevant advocacy, public policy, and/or organizing experience required. Well-developed writing, oral advocacy, and quantitative and qualitative data analytical skills required. Spanish language fluency and experience providing direct services to homeless and/or low-income people strongly preferred. Commitment to racial and economic justice required.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Policy and Data Analyst shall:

  • track and provide up-to-date analysis of public policy issues involving homelessness, in particular City of New York policies and legislation;
  • collect and analyze qualitative and quantitative data related to homelessness and housing, and assist in the creation of charts, graphs, and other presentation materials for inclusion in issue briefs and reports and on the Coalition’s website;
  • together with the Advocacy staff, develop and implement the Coalition’s public education agenda and organizing campaigns;
  • oversee the production of public policy and public education campaign materials;
  • identify and develop partnerships with other advocacy and community-based organizations to support the work of the Coalition, and coordinate organizing and campaign strategies with external networks and coalitions focusing on homelessness, housing, public benefits, mental health services, and other related policies;
  • contribute to other organizational publications and the Coalition’s website as requested;
  • develop and deliver in-person presentations on homelessness and housing policy to community groups, congregations, and schools citywide;
  • when requested by the Executive Director or Policy Director, respond directly to inquiries from media, public officials, students, and the general public;
  • together with the Advocacy staff and Client Advisory Group, coordinate campaign and event organizing and ensure policy and campaign projects are developed in consultation with people who have experienced homelessness;
  • liaise with other departments and programs of the Coalition to provide resource materials and increase awareness about the work of the Advocacy Department and to include other staff in Advocacy campaigns and events;
  • help facilitate ongoing and regular sharing of information between Advocacy and Programs, and coordinate with Advocacy staff to provide assistance and support to Programs as needed;
  • participate in shelter monitoring activities when needed and when appropriate, including inspections and shelter organizing activities;
  • participate in the development and drafting of funding proposals, renewal agreements, and reports with the Executive Director, Policy Director, Development staff, and Advocacy staff;
  • meet with elected officials to advocate for the Coalition’s policy priorities and budget requests;
  • obtain regular supervision with the Policy Director;
  • participate in weekly staff, Client Advisory Group, and other meetings, such as in-service training and staff development and orientation activities, as directed;
  • participate in internal quality management audits and reviews, and design and implement improvements or enhancements using outcome-based evaluations, among other tools;
  • assist in the training and orientation of fellow members of the Advocacy department, including but not limited to accompanying department staff on field visits and providing training/orientation on City homeless policies and other public policies, public education campaigns, organizing strategy, and shelter monitoring;
  • perform all other duties as may be assigned by the Policy Director, the Executive Director, or designee.

REPORTS TO: Policy Director.

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and current resume

Include the job title in subject line of e-mail 
Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org  Attention: Policy and Data Analyst
No telephone inquiries please
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply
EOE

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Bi-Lingual Advocate/Case Manager, Crisis Intervention

POSITION SUMMARY: Advocates in the Crisis Intervention Program provide direct services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness, households at risk of losing their homes, or those who have questions about housing programs or entitlements. Advocates help clients calling our hotline or who walk into our offices to meet immediate needs including access to and maintenance of shelter; information about individual rights and advocacy to ensure they are upheld; receipt of public benefits and entitlements; to obtain health or mental health services; and provide guidance and assistance with the housing search and move-in process.

Advocates work in a team environment within the Crisis Intervention Department and reports directly to the Program Director, in addition to receiving regular supervision from the Senior Director of Crisis Services. Advocates perform job duties consistent with the mission and goals of the Coalition for the Homeless and relevant funding sources.

QUALIFICATIONS: AA/AS in human services or health discipline required (or a GED/High School Diploma and at least four years of relevant work experience in the social service field). BA/BS in social work, human services or health discipline strongly preferred.

Prior client advocacy, case management especially with underserved communities or households experiencing homelessness and those with disabilities are strongly desired. Strong communication skills required. Prior experience in client advocacy settings desirable. Spanish language fluency required.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Advocate shall:

  • provide direct services to clients who call our Crisis Intervention hotline, as well as clients who walk into the Crisis Intervention Program, including but not limited to, referrals for immediate needs, advocacy in order to access shelter, housing assistance, food and clothing, benefits, employment or educational training, health, mental health, and details regarding clients rights;
  • develop and maintain working knowledge of relevant social services systems/agencies, including shelter intake, rules and guidelines, housing programs and procedures, as well as benefits and entitlements programs;
  • inform and support clients in the process of advocating for their shelter rights and benefits;
  • maintain accurate and proper record documentation using the ETO computer database and ensure that client files and case notes are up to date;
  • alert Program Director and/or Senior Director of Crisis Services regarding client emergencies and assist in efforts to promptly deliver appropriate services;
  • obtain regular guidance and direction from the Program Director, as well as regular supervision from the Senior Director of Crisis Services to review clinical issues and advocacy trends and concerns, among other matters;
  • participate in weekly and bi-weekly staff meetings, as well as training and staff development and orientation activities;
  • perform all other duties as may be assigned by the Program Director/Senior Director of Crisis Services.

REPORTS TO: Crisis Intervention Program Director / Senior Director of Crisis Services

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and current resume

Include the job title in subject line of e-mail 
Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org  Attention: Bi-Lingual Advocate/Case Worker, Crisis Intervention
No telephone inquiries please
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply
EOE

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Advocate/Case Manager, Crisis Intervention Program

POSITION SUMMARY: Advocates in the Crisis Intervention Program provide direct services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness, households at risk of losing their homes, or those who have questions about housing programs or entitlements. Advocates help clients calling our hotline or who walk into our offices to meet immediate needs including access to and maintenance of shelter; information about individual rights and advocacy to ensure they are upheld; receipt of public benefits and entitlements; to obtain health or mental health services; and provide guidance and assistance with the housing search and move-in process.

Advocates work in a team environment within the Crisis Intervention Department and report directly to the Program Director, in addition to receiving regular supervision from the Senior Director of Crisis Services. Advocates perform job duties consistent with the mission and goals of the Coalition for the Homeless and relevant funding sources.

QUALIFICATIONS: AA/AS in human services or health discipline required (or a GED/High School Diploma and at least four years of relevant work experience in the social service field). BA/BS in social work, human services or health discipline strongly preferred.

Prior client advocacy, case management especially with underserved communities or households experiencing homelessness and those with disabilities are strongly desired. Strong communication skills required. Prior experience in client advocacy settings desirable. Spanish or second language fluency strongly preferred.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Advocate shall:

  • provide direct services to clients who call our Crisis Intervention hotline, as well as clients who walk into the Crisis Intervention Program, including but not limited to: referrals for immediate needs, advocacy in order to access shelter, housing assistance, food and clothing, benefits, employment or educational training, health, mental health, and details regarding client’s rights;
  • develop and maintain working knowledge of relevant social services systems/agencies, including shelter intake, rules and guidelines, housing programs and procedures, as well as benefits and entitlements programs;
  • inform and support clients in the process of advocating for their shelter rights and benefits;
  • maintain accurate and proper record documentation using the ETO computer database and ensure that client files and case notes are up to date;
  • alert Program Director and/or Senior Director of Crisis Services regarding client emergencies and assist in efforts to promptly deliver appropriate services;
  • obtain regular guidance and direction from the Program Director, as well as regular supervision from the Senior Director of Crisis Services to review clinical issues and advocacy trends and concerns, among other matters;
  • participate in weekly and bi-weekly staff meetings, as well as training and staff development and orientation activities;
  • perform all other duties as may be assigned by the Program Director/Senior Director of Crisis Services.

REPORTS TO: Crisis Intervention Program Director / Senior Director of Crisis Services

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and current resume

Include the job title in subject line of e-mail 
Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org  Attention: Advocate/Case Worker, Crisis Intervention
No telephone inquiries please
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply
EOE

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Education and Outreach Coordinator, First Step

POSITION SUMMARY:  The First Step Program is a job-training program that supports homeless and low-income adult women in meeting employment and educational goals through holistic and empowering programming.

The Education and Outreach Coordinator designs and conducts software training on Windows and Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Publisher, as well as Google Workspace, Salesforce, and other applications, for students of the First Step Program. The Education and Outreach Coordinator also coordinates recruitment efforts on behalf of the program by scheduling and conducting outreach visits with community partners in order to provide First Step information to potential students and referring staff. This position reports directly to the First Step Program Director and works in a team environment, supporting all phases of outreach, recruitment, and instruction. First Step staff are expected to perform all job duties consistent with the mission and goals of the Coalition for the Homeless and relevant funding agreements.

QUALIFICATIONS: 

BA/BS in a relevant discipline, or equivalent post-secondary education combined with relevant experience strongly preferred.  Requirements include comprehensive knowledge of and experience using Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher; familiarity with Google Workspace, including Google docs, classroom, calendar, drive, and email; formal presentation skills and the ability to teach technical skills in a patient and supportive manner to both technical and non-technical audiences; a basic understanding of computer network operating systems, strong time management skills, and an ability to multi-task effectively in a fast paced setting. Desired skills and qualifications include prior experience teaching software modules in a formal classroom setting, as well as an understanding of adult learning methodologies and the ability to incorporate them into an effective presentation. Prior experience serving homeless and low-income women preferred. Ability to work in-person is required.   

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Education and Outreach Coordinator shall:

  • assume overall responsibility for the computer hardware and software learning needs of the First Step program participants;
  • develop and facilitate computer training workshops, programs, and seminars tailored to the learning needs of program participants, including the creation of training materials, visual aids, practice assignments, and skill evaluations; 
  • coordinate and conduct outreach and recruitment for the program by presenting First Step information to potential students, training partners, shelter staff, and elsewhere as directed;
  • facilitate professional development workshops for program participants; 
  • provide graduate support around job search and application;
  • administer surveys to participants and compile data and statistics into report form;
  • create and conduct advanced computer training for graduates looking to enhance their skills;
  • assist in the coordination and facilitation of orientation week at the start of each new class;
  • recruit, train, and supervise Computer Instructor Assistants (First Step graduates who are part-time temporary employees of the Coalition);
  • provide relevant IT support to First Step staff and alert Director of Operations and Technology about urgent IT problems in a timely manner;
  • participate in the development, maintenance, and evaluation of First Step curriculum;
  • develop and maintain a good working relationship with staff, clients, and funders, among others;
  • ensure the proper security of IT-related equipment, documents, and resources;
  • together with First Step Program Director, conduct internal quality management audits and reviews, and design and implement training program improvements or enhancements using outcome-based evaluations and other tools;
  • participate in weekly staff meetings and communicate social service-related concerns to the First Step team.
  • obtain regular (no less than weekly) supervision with the First Step Program Director to review curriculum, issues/concerns, and support staff needs, among other matters; 
  • participate and assist with planning of special events such as graduation ceremonies, benefit luncheon, and holiday party for the First Step program; and
  • perform all other duties as may be assigned by Program Director or designee.

REPORTS TO:  Program Director, First Step Program.

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and current resume

Include the job title in subject line of e-mail 
Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org  Attention: Education and Outreach Coordinator
No telephone inquiries please
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply
EOE

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Van Driver/Maintenance Worker, SSHP

POSITION SUMMARY: The Van Driver/Maintenance Worker ensures that the SSHP van is in good working order, and transports maintenance/repair supplies and equipment, as well as the maintenance team members daily. As with other members of the maintenance team, the Van Driver also provides minor apartment repair services so as to ensure that all units are in good repair and well-maintained. In addition, s/he serves as a liaison between building supervisors/management and clients. The Van Driver/Maintenance Worker performs job duties consistent with the mission and goals of the Coalition for the Homeless and the terms of the SSHP agreement with the HIV/AIDS Services Administration.

QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or GED required; relevant technical training, certifications, or licenses and AA/AS strongly desired. Valid NYS driver’s license with no moving vehicle violations required. Two years of related experience in construction or building/residential maintenance and repair, as well as driving experience in a human services setting, strongly desired. Spanish proficiency strongly desired.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Van Driver/Maintenance Worker shall:

  • schedule and provide for regular maintenance of vehicle, in consultation with the Residence Manager or Program Director, and inspect/assess vehicle status and need for repair on a daily basis;
  • ensure valid and up-to-date inspection, registration and insurance documents for vehicle;
  • timely pick-up/return vehicle to parking facility daily, and ensure vehicle is kept clean and in good order;
  • provide timely, complete, and proper performance of all apartment repairs, maintenance, and renovation as indicated and directed by the Residence Manager or Program Director;
  • maintain an up-to-date inventory of all client- and apartment-related hardware, paint, supplies, and furnishings and assist the Residence Manager in maintaining adequate stock and obtaining reorders;
  • obtain direction and guidance from the Residence Manager with regard to each day’s duties and activities, and maintain contact with the Residence Manager during the day, as indicated and necessary;
  • maintain accurate records of work orders and activities;
  • assist case management staff with clients’ move-in/move-out efforts, and properly store and retain client belongings, as instructed by the Residence Manager;
  • as indicated, alert the Residence Manager or Program Director regarding client emergencies and other immediate needs and assist in efforts to deliver proper services;
  • appropriately respond to other emergency situations as alerted by the Residence Manager or Program Director;
  • consistently maintain appropriate and professional conduct and interactions with clients, building supervisors, landlords, realty/management companies, vendors, and peers;
  • report any work or schedule irregularities by members of the maintenance team, or other difficulties and concerns to the Residence Manager or Program Director;
  • obtain regular (no less than weekly) supervision with the Residence Manager or designee;
  • as requested, participate in weekly staff and other meetings, such as in-service training and staff development and orientation activities;
  • assist in the design and implementation of program and service enhancements;
  • perform all other duties as may be assigned by the Residence Manager, Program Director or designee.

REPORTS TO: Residence Manager or designee

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and current resume

Include the job title in subject line of e-mail 
Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org  Attention: Driver/Maintenance Worker
No telephone inquiries please
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply
EOE

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Part-Time Case Manager (18 hours)

POSITION SUMMARY: The Coalition Houses Part-Time Case Manager provides direct services to the clients/residents of Coalition Houses including, but not limited to, case management, advocacy and assistance in obtaining and retaining public benefits and entitlements, education/job skills, seeking employment, individual counseling, conflict mediation, support in achieving and maintaining independent living, access to health care, mental health, and substance use/dependence services. The Part-Time Case Manager assists in ensuring effective service delivery and reports directly to the Residential Housing Program Director. S/he will be expected to function outside of the office in the population of Coalition Houses tenants in meeting their needs when required. The Part-Time Case Manager will perform job duties consistent with the mission and goals of the Coalition for the Homeless and the terms of the contractual agreement with the DHS and other relevant agencies.

QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in a human services or health discipline preferred. Prior case/care management experience, especially in a supportive housing program, and experience working directly with homeless persons, individuals with mental illness, and/or individuals with histories of substance use is strongly desired. The individual should be resourceful and a creative problem-solver. S/he should possess a strong interest in providing support and collaboration towards client-centered goals. S/he must have the ability to function effectively independently and in the context of a team setting.

* Work location is Upper West Side in Manhattan in 10024 zip code. Preferred work schedule: Tues 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Wed 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, and Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (note there may be some flexibility to adjust scheduling at hire, provided it fits the needs of the program).

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Part-time Case Manager shall:

  • Assist clients in remaining housed by: helping clients obtain or maintain a permanent source of income to pay rent (i.e., Section 8, other benefits/subsidy, employment, etc.); guiding clients in transition from homelessness to housing; and informing client/tenant as to the responsibilities as a member of the community in Coalition Houses;
  • Assist clients in setting and achieving personal goals (including employment, education, treatment, contact with family, financial stability, socialization, etc.);
  • Provide clients with the necessary assistance to obtain and retain all appropriate public benefits and entitlements, and provide escort and advocacy services, as necessary, to ensure same;
  • Develop and maintain working knowledge of and regular contact with health care, social services, and legal systems and agencies to ensure clients access to, referral and placement in all such services, such as mental health, substance use/dependence treatment;
  • Alert Residential Housing Program Director (or the Deputy Executive Director for Programs in the former’s absence) regarding client emergencies and other immediate needs and assist in efforts to promptly deliver proper services;
  • Support clients in the maintenance of apartments, household budgeting, interpersonal/familial relationships and self-care needs;
  • Work in close cooperation with the Maintenance staff, and Manager of Operations to ensure appropriate upkeep of apartments and payment of rent, among other matters;
  • Assist the Residential Housing Program Director in the design, plan and facilitation of no less than one tenant related special event or outing per calendar quarter, as well as assist in the design and implementation of other program and service enhancements;
  • Develop and maintain working knowledge of, linkages to, and contacts with health care and social services systems/agencies and organizations to ensure complete and holistic services for the Coalition’s clients;
  • Maintain accurate and proper record documentation with respect to all client files and assist the Residential Housing Program Director with contract requirements, including but not limited to incident reports, maintenance of relevant logs, program reports and/or service summaries;
  • Obtain regular (no less than weekly) supervision with the Residential Housing Program Director to review client issues/concerns, and service needs, among other matters;
  • Perform all other duties as may be assigned by the Residential Housing Program Director, Deputy Executive Director for Programs or designee.

REPORTS TO: Residential Housing Program Director

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and current resume

Include the job title in subject line of e-mail 
Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org  Attention: Part-Time Case Manager
No telephone inquiries please
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply
EOE

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Porter

POSITION SUMMARY:  

The Porter at Coalition Houses, Bridge and Fulton Street provides weekly building cleaning and assistance with other basic maintenance and janitorial tasks. This position will work at separate locations on days to be determined, primarily based at off-site residential locations, but also expected to assist with similar duties at our main headquarters on a weekly basis.

In general, the Porter preps and disposes of garbage and recycling for pickup, daily cleaning, assists with heavy lifting, receipt of deliveries such as appliances and turn-over of vacant units, assists Superintendents with repairs as needed (painting, apartment turnovers), provides coverage if Superintendents are out or called to respond to an emergency at another site, assists with obtaining supplies as needed, and helps with all other support tasks, as necessary. At the Fulton Street location, the Porter further assists with maintenance and janitorial duties, receipt of deliveries to the building, assists Program and Development staff with heavy lifting, moving and organizing items for sorting and distribution to Coalition clients. Performs job duties consistent with the mission and goals of Coalition for the Homeless.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must be able to lift 70 pounds. Spanish fluency a plus, but not required. Prior building Porter experience a plus. Ability to work an 8-hour shift between the hours of 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM, as needed. Must be able to work/commute to all locations – Upper West/East Side and Fulton Street in Manhattan.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES: 

The Porter is expected to:

  • On a regular and consistent basis perform general building maintenance and janitorial duties including: trash, recycling and bulk disposal, cleaning of all common areas, offices, restrooms and elevators – metal, wood, and glass surfaces, dusting/polishing, sweeping, mopping, carpet vacuuming/shampooing, floor stripping, waxing and buffing;
  • Responsible for maintaining all building exterior appearances to include: sidewalk sweeping and washing, as well as snow and ice removal during and after inclement weather;
  • Assist Fire and Life Safety Director (FLSD) with inspections of fire alarm and other safety/security equipment, and perform maintenance, as required.  Assist with periodic fire drills;
  • Provide coverage for Coalition properties such as Bridge Coalition, Coalition Houses, and other offsite Coalition Program locations as needed;
  • Consistently maintain appropriate and professional conduct and interactions with staff, tenants, clients, building inspectors, mail carriers, parcel and freight delivery carriers, vendors and equipment repair individuals;
  • Assist with high volume deliveries in and out of Fulton Street, as well as with heavy lifting, moving, sorting and organizing of Coalition orders, donations and supplies throughout the year,  and particularly during special annual events and drives; 
  • Work collaboratively with Program and Security staff to ensure safety in and throughout the building, as needed;
  • Attend regular supervision with the Residential/Commercial Building Superintendent or designee;
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Residential/Commercial Building Superintendent or Manager of Operations or designee.

REPORTS TO:  Residential/Commercial Building Superintendents and Manager of Operations and/or Director of Operations & Technology

(Work Conditions: While performing the duties of this job, the employee may occasionally work near moving mechanical parts and may be occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift objects up to 75 pounds. The noise level in the work environment ranges from moderately quiet to moderately noisy depending on the task being performed.)

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and current resume

Include the job title in subject line of e-mail 
Email: jobs@cfthomeless.org  Attention: Porter
No telephone inquiries please
Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply
EOE

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Chief Financial Officer

SUMMARY: The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides leadership for the Coalition’s finance and human resources functions. The CFO will work with the Executive Director to drive strategic financial decisions for the organization, including overseeing budget development and monitoring; financial analysis, planning, and reporting; the audit process; and overall compliance for our budget. In addition, they will manage a committed team of staff to ensure a high level of service and that effective processes, policies, and systems are in place.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience. A master’s degree in business administration or another relevant field is considered an additional benefit.

At least 10 years of experience in financial management roles, including prior success in nonprofit finance positions involving the management of multi-million-dollar budgets. Experience managing government funding streams and the associated compliance and reporting requirements, as well as managing or supporting an organization’s audit process.

Broad expertise in financial strategy, audits, compliance, budgeting, and management of finance staff. Strong project management skills and the ability to prioritize and delegate within a fast-paced environment. Able to provide appropriate support and coaching to an experienced team of professionals. Solutions-oriented and able to identify and implement processes, systems, and efficiencies that support the continuous improvement of a finance team or function. Excellent professional judgment and strong communication skills.

Able to build effective and trusting relationships internally with staff in and outside of the finance function, as well as with key external partners or vendors such as auditors, bankers, and other service providers.

DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:

Among their core responsibilities, the CFO will:

  • Act as a thought partner to the Executive Director to ensure the long-term stability and growth of the Coalition; engage with the Board and/or Finance and Audit Committee as needed
  • Participate on the senior leadership team and provide financial analysis and business planning to support leaders in making organization- or department-level decisions
  • Manage the finance team and Director of Human Resources, providing professional development, performance evaluation, and ongoing support to ensure these team members’ success in their roles
  • Guide an effective annual budgeting process and manage ongoing budget monitoring, reporting, analysis, and forecasting
  • Lead the Coalition’s audit process, managing preparation and project management for the process, serving as the primary contact for the external audit team, and reviewing audited financial statements
  • Ensure financial compliance with GAAP, OMB, IRS, and other grantor requirements and oversee reporting on lobbying activities
  • Provide project management for Coalition-owned buildings and act as a primary liaison to external stakeholders (City officials, attorneys) related to financing for the facilities
  • Represent the Coalition to external stakeholders such as authorizers, donors, and boards
  • Maintain appropriate internal controls
  • Enhance the finance department’s use of technology to create efficiencies
  • Oversee and negotiate the Coalition’s relationships with the commercial and health insurance providers and bankers

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education. Excellent benefits including medical, dental, time off, and retirement.

HOW TO APPLY: Click here to apply.

Persons of color and formerly homeless individuals are encouraged to apply.

EOE

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