Job Descriptions

Transition Advocates provide individuals with all types of disabilities with finding and transitioning into sustainable housing within their own community. Transition Advocates assist in:

  • Home showings

  • Enrolling individuals in service benefits

  • Walk through lease and loan agreements

  • Assisting in rental barriers (if applicable)

  • Daily housing searches

  • Communications between prospective landlords, property managers, or leasing agents

  • Completion and submission of emergency assistance, energy assistance applications

  • Using housing options and market rate housing applications

  • Follow up calls and check on applications.

Transition Advocates work directly with the at risk individuals as well as the individuals support system (case worker, family members, guardians, etc.) to create the most successful outcome for the clients housing goals.

Experience is preferred, but not required. We are willing to train individuals.

Looking for individuals that are bilingual in Somali or Spanish (Not required to apply).

The first 3-weeks of employment there will be a training pay of $12.00 an hr. Once, your 3-weeks of training is completed you will receive the pay rate of $16.00 an hr.

Sustainability Advocates provide Housing Stabilization Services to help people with all types of disabilities find and keep housing. Sustainability Advocates assist in:

  • Developing, updating and modifying the housing support and crisis/safety plan on a regular basis

  • Preventing and early identification of behaviors that may jeopardize continued housing

  • Educating and training on roles, rights, and responsibilities of the tenant and property manager

  • Transportation with the person receiving services present and discussing housing related issues

  • Promoting/supporting cultural practice needs and understandings with landlords, property managers and neighbors

  • Coaching to develop and maintain key relationships with property managers and neighbors

  • Advocating with community resources to prevent eviction when housing is at risk and maintain person’s safety

  • Assistance with the housing re-certification processes

  • Providing in-service transportation (person must be with)

  • Continued training on being a good tenant, lease compliance, and household management

  • Supporting the person to apply for benefits to retain housing

  • Supporting the person to understand and maintain/increase income and benefits to retain housing

  • Supporting the building of natural housing supports and resources in the community including building supports and resources related to a person’s culture and identity

  • Working with property manager or landlord to promote housing retention

  • Arranging for assistive technology

  • Arranging for adaptive house related accommodations

Sustainability Advocates work directly with the at risk individuals as well as their support systems system (case worker, family member, guardians, etc.) to create the most successful and continuous housing for the client.

Experience is preferred, but not required. We are willing train individuals.

Looking for individuals that are bilingual in Somali or Spanish (Not required to apply).

The first 3-weeks of employment there will be a training pay of $12.00 an hr. Once, your 3-weeks are up you will receive the pay rate of $16.00 an hr.

Consultation Advocates provide Housing Stabilization Services to help people with disabilities, mental illness, substance use disorder, and seniors find and keep housing. Consultation Advocates assist in:

  • Developing a housing focused person-centered plan based on assessment outcomes

  • Supporting the person in identifying their strengths, needs and wants in housing including cultural requirements and/or preferences

  • Supporting the person to make an informed choice in their housing transition/sustaining provider

  • Offering resource information for services that support non-housing related goals as identified in the person centered planning process

  • Coordinating with other service providers currently working with the person

  • Helping the person understand their rights to privacy and appeal information

  • Annually reassessing the person-centered plan as it relates to housing

  • Travel to consultation services, if individual needs

In addition to these duties you will be assisting the current Office Assistant those duties include:

  • Liaison between the general public, our contractors, management, and advocates

  • Perform functions using Google Drive, Doc, Spreadsheet, Meet, and Chat 

  • Filing and entering information into our database

  • Assist in office duties such as casework, client profiles, or administrative overflow

Office 763-401-1792

 Fax 763-312-2037

6120 Earle Brown Dr #230 

Brooklyn Center Mn, 55430

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