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Family Enrichment Coordinator

Athens Area Homeless Shelter
Athens, Georgia
Competitive salary + benefits
Closing date
Jun 11, 2022
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Position: Family Enrichment Coordinator; full-time salaried position with benefits
Minimum Qualifications: An associate degree or at least two years of experience working with families in an educational or social services setting is required. 
Location and Hours: On-site position with an expectation of nontraditional work hours. Requires some early evenings and may require some weekends. 
Job Summary: The Family Enrichment Coordinator position is responsible for engaging families in activities on-site and in the community with the goal of enhancing their family bond and encouraging stability through strong community connections. The FEC will be responsible for building community partnerships with the goal of organizing activities for families on-site and building resource networks for families within the community. 
Specific Job Duties:

  • Track and document family enrichment activities and communications.
  • Work consistently with program coordinators to ensure families are provided seamless service, needs are met and concerns are addressed.
  • Facilitate volunteers and assist interns as related to Family Enrichment activities.
  • Plan and coordinate Kids Group at both shelter locations.
  • Plan and coordinate Summer Reading Program at both shelter locations.
  • Coordinate and partner with local agencies to facilitate community connections for stronger families.
  • Seek new partnership opportunities to enhance on-site programming. 
  • Assist with grant applications for Family Enrichment funding as the program grows.
  • Present program overview in community meetings.
  • Engage with all staff in regular meetings and communication.
  • Provide support to other AAHS program areas as needed, and rotate in the on-call schedule with all AAHS full time staff. 

Skills Required

  • Excellent organizational skills, and superior oral and written communication skills.
  • Flexibility and a team-oriented attitude; willingness to work outside conventional work hours.  
  • Proficient in Canva and Google Workspace 
  • Experience with transient populations 
  • Experience with the Two-Gen approach (investing in parents and children for the overall benefit of the family system)
  • Must have a valid GA driver’s license, and reliable transportation.

To apply for this opportunity, please email your resume and cover letter to Olivia Amato at In your cover letter, please expand on your experience with children/families and your expressed interest in working alongside families experiencing homelessness.

NOTE: AAHS has a COVID-19 vaccination policy that requires employees to be vaccinated as a condition of employment unless they have a medical or religious exemption. If offered the position, you will be required to provide evidence that you are fully vaccinated



Athens Area Homeless Shelter provides collaborative, comprehensive services to homeless individuals and families working toward sustainable independence.

The Athens Area Homeless Shelter, Inc. (AAHS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving homeless individuals and families in Athens-Clarke County, Georgia. AAHS was established in 1986 and was formally incorporated in 1990.


In December 1986, a ten-cot facility provided by the Athens Housing Authority opened its doors in response to an overwhelming need for emergency shelter in the community. Volunteers supplied cots, blankets, and a safe haven from the streets on a one-night basis for those in need.

Growing community support resulted in an expansion of AAHS and in 1988, in addition to hiring full-time staff, a new facility was acquired: an 18-bed facility for homeless persons in need of securing shelter more than one night at a time. During this time of growth, AAHS expanded its services to include three meals a day, laundry facilities, clothing assistance, and basic crisis intervention.

Barber Street facility opening: December 1990. In the mid-1990s, AAHS began to respond to the need for shelter of homeless families. The Shelter began to house three families, and continued to serve homeless individuals in two dorm areas of the facility. The JobTREC Program was adopted by AAHS from Athens Technical College, expanding the AAHS work into the Athens community to support homeless individuals not sheltered on Barber Street. Since its inception, JobTREC (Training, Referral, Education, and Case Management) has served more than 3,500 homeless individuals in Athens.


AAHS, in collaboration with Live Forward (Formally AIDS Athens), Little Angels, Athens Nurses Clinic and Advantage Behavioral Health Systems is a part of the ARCH initiative. Athens Resource Center for Hope (ARCH) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization created for the purpose of identifying gaps in the current array of homeless services for Athens-Clarke County and developing and implementing programming to fill these gaps through opportunities afforded by the Navy Supply Corps School Base Reuse Plan. Utilizing the resources of the ARCH Village, AAHS currently shelters 11 homeless families with children as they transition out of homelessness, as they access resources to help them become economically self-sufficient. Since its opening in April 2016, we are grateful to have provided shelter for over 100 families and their children - including single dads and in-tact families.

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