Join our Tubman team
Youth Housing and Community Outreach Manager
Tubman is seeking one Full-Time Youth Housing and Community Outreach Manager to join our dynamic and transformational team. This role is based primarily in the east metro. In this position, your primary responsibilities will be to plan, administer, and implement effective methods to ensure optimal program, team, and client experiences with and for survivors of violence experiencing homelessness, including people identified as at risk. You will work to foster safer, culturally responsive, and strength-based program offerings that are accessible and integrated throughout all aspects of program services. Join us in pursuit of driving positive changes and be a part of helping to foster thriving people, healthy relationships, and peaceful communities.
- Provide training, coaching and additional support for staff, interns, and volunteers serving clients through Tubman’s Youth Housing and NorthStar Outreach programs
- Promote healing and violence prevention through administration of housing services, including both site-based and rapid re-housing services, program planning, outreach, and continuous quality improvement
- Establish strong working relationships with property managers and housing developers
- Foster positive and effective methods to strengthen team and services to clients
- Provide information and consultation to ensure effective service delivery and connections to relevant resources
- Engage in system change efforts to advance client leadership initiatives
- Manage effective and efficient data practices, evaluation, financial allocation of resources, and reporting to meet program goals and deadlines
- Engage in marketing to ensure awareness about comprehensive agency services and additional community resources or partnerships
- Provide regular and routine supervision of staff, volunteers or interns and ensure optimal performance
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent field experience in youth housing, sociology, civics, public health, outreach, or related field, including lived experiences
- Two years of program leadership experience that includes staff supervision for people working with survivors of violence and trauma who are historically underrepresented
- Experience and proficiency in the coordination of data management to include staff and program performance outcomes, including reports to funders
- Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines
- Good verbal and written communication skills, including experience with systems change advocacy
- Ability to engage individuals and families services that encourage positive relationships and support goal attainment
- Experience, knowledge, and demonstrated capacity to implement and lead services to address relationship violence, exploitation, complex trauma, and homelessness
- Demonstrated strength in program management that includes planning, scheduling, consultation, group facilitation, and ability to develop a range of community resources, collaborations, and special projects or expansions
Competitive benefit package and salary commensurate with experience, with a salary range of $18 - $21 per hour.
To apply: Send resumes and cover letter by to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or Tubman Center East, Attn: HR Dept. 1725 Monastery Way, Maplewood, MN 55109
We encourage applications from people of color, multilingual speakers, people of all genders, veterans and people with disabilities. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About us: Tubman’s philosophy is rooted in our inspiration and namesake, Harriet Tubman. Facing unrelenting adversities, Harriet Tubman encouraged others to simply "Keep going." Each year Tubman provides safety, hope, and healing to over 25,000 people of all ages, genders, and cultural backgrounds who are facing violence, exploitation, homelessness, addiction or mental health challenges. Our culturally responsive services are rooted in decades of research, innovation, experience, and partnership. Incorporating feedback from the people we serve and the community, Tubman provides countless ways to help. To learn more, please visit www.tubman.org.