Permanent Housing & Supportive Services Division Director

Location
Raleigh, North Carolina
Salary
$73,850 – $93,990
Posted
Mar 14, 2019
Closes
Apr 12, 2019
Ref
req290
Focus Areas
Housing / Shelter
Position Type
Full Time
Degree Level
Bachelors
Experience Level
Management

The Permanent Housing and Supportive Services (PHSS) Division Director leads the community effort to implement programs and projects furthering permanent supportive housing, self-sufficiency, and supportive service provision. To achieve this, it coordinates efforts with the other Housing Department Divisions and external partners. Through these partnerships, expected outcomes include affordable PSH development, integration of PSH into traditional affordable housing, rental assistance programs, landlord recruitment; as well as the development, oversight, coordination, and funding of quality supportive services. 

 Responsibilities include:

  • Administration and compliance for Federal grant and locally funded programs focused on permanent supportive housing development, rental assistance, and support services targeting the lowest income households that are unable to have housing stability
  • Development of the annual work plan establishing goals to achieve the overall purpose of the Division, with the guidance of the department leadership
  • Management of the McKinney Team, Community Outreach Team, Cornerstone Facility, and the Rental Assistance Housing Program
  • Increase production of quality PSH within Wake County. Utilizing strong leadership skills and significant knowledge of PSH activities to engage, recruit and coordinate developers, supportive service providers, and property management 
  • Identify gaps and needs in various service delivery systems and providing innovative solutions to address the constraints/barriers to PSH development, client placement, and system coordination
  • Development of quality standards for supportive service provision and monitoring of the County's PSH developments 
  • Development of community support by establishing and working with existing partners providing through education and resources related to PSH
  • Being the County's expert on PSH and those community systems often impacted by those in need; Advocating for increase coordination of services and development of PSH.  Community Systems may include criminal justice, health care, and homeless services