POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for supervising and supporting the families in the Interim Housing Program with daily living skills. Works in cooperation with the supervisor and case managers to provide guidance and instruction to members of the program. Additionally responsible for insuring the safety and compliance of members in the program.
Complete Family Intakes
Prepare rooms for Families
Prepare and Supervise Meal times
Update Data Base for Intakes/Discharges
Monitor Activities on the 4th floor
Document all Interactions with Clients in Database
Uphold and enforce rules in the IHP Client Handbook
Assign points as Necessary
Protects the Privacy of All Residents
Promote and Encourage program participation at all times
Support case plans
Complete Monthly Fire Drills
Other duties as assigned by supervisor when needed
Treat all members of the program with dignity and respect
Fulfill all responsibilities as a mandatory reporter
Display a positive attitude with members of the program
Demonstrate punctuality and good attendance
Possess good organizational, time management, and excellent interpersonal skills
Must be able to work under pressure and use good judgment at all times
Self-motivated with the ability to work without direct supervision
Physical ability to navigate stairs – including frequent visits to the 4th floor without elevator access
Must possess good organizational skills with developed problem solving skills and ability to prioritize multiple demands.
Must possess self-motivation and independent work habits.
Must exercise confidentiality regarding the affairs of families, staff, and SRHAC business.
Must possess strong leadership/facilitation skills.
Must be able to lift, stand, and bend when needed; and to walk up the stairs to the 4th floor and back
The Single Room Housing Assistance Corporation (SRHAC), a City and HUD –funded 501(c) 3, was created in 1995 as a grassroots initiative by SRO operators/owners to bring together the for-profit, not-for-profit, and governmental sectors into a unique partnership to assist the SRO community in finding solutions to: (1) Help strengthen, preserve and protect Chicago’s SROs as vital, affordable housing...; (2) The help homeless and disabled needy individuals find SRO housing and connect with supportive services; (3) To help prevent single adults living in SROs from relapsing into homelessness by stabilizing and improving their lives; (4) To assist and advocate for SRO residents and SRO operators; (5) Top combat homelessness.