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Taking Care of Our Own Fund Coordinator

Solutions NOT Punishment Collaborative
Atlanta, Georgia
Closing date
Apr 7, 2023

Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative is a Black trans and queer led organization that builds safety within our community by investing in collective leadership and building political power. We envision a vibrant, radically inclusive metro Atlanta where all our people are safe and free, have the opportunity to live and thrive as their authentic selves. We achieve this work through political education, embodied leadership development, and transformative campaigns, like the implementing the Policing Alternatives and Diversions Initiative, reclassifying Marijuana possession laws, ending cash bail, and supporting the closure and reimaging of the Atlanta City Detention Center. 


Job Title: Taking Care of Our Own Fund (TCOOF) Coordinator 

Hours: 40 hours (full time) 

Location: Atlanta, Ga

Salary: $55,000 - $65,000

Application Closing date: Apr 7, 2023

Position Start Date: May 1, 2023

Reports to: Executive Director


Solutions NOT Punishment Collaborative (SnapCo) is seeking a self-motivated individual with excellent communication, networking, and case management skills to develop and lead services for our Taking Care of Our Own Fund (TCOOF). Reporting to the Executive Director, the TCOOF Coordinator will be responsible for developing and facilitating services to Black and LGBTQ folks in Atlanta, and partnering with community resources to address the needs of an assigned caseload. Outreach in the community will be a required facet of the job position. 

The ideal candidate will have deep personal connections to Atlanta’s Black folks, and the queer and transgender community, a commitment to social justice, and has excellent communication. Further they have significant experience in case management, community organizing, relationship building, an ability to handle complex and sensitive situations, are highly organized, and hold data management skills. 

This is a hybrid remote and in-person role that  involves 30%  travel to Metro Atlanta and surrounding counties in Georgia. The candidate will build relationships and make referrals for Black and LGBTQ+ individuals experiencing homelessness to our partner housing / crisis organizations, shelters, apartments, and motels.Case management will involve screening, intake, assessment, service plan development, monitoring, linkage to appropriate community resources, follow up, appropriate discharge and tracking. 


Case Management  

  • Provide on-going assessment and support to members and clients experiencing homelessness
  • Maintain a thorough and complete record of client’s activity/progress.
  • Accurately identify and prioritize at risk client population. 
  • Document outreach activities
  • Document results of above components in processing platform, HMIS
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skill necessary to provide service appropriate to the age/maturity/mental capacity of the client.
  • Handle difficult and sensitive situations involving TCOOF participants with an affirming, compassionate, and embodied approach.

SnapCo Case Management Activities include; 

  • Bailouts and referrals to collaborators 
  • Expungements Clinic contacts 
  • Document Clinic Contacts  
  • Emergency Housing placement 
  • Long- Term Housing referrals
  •  Job readiness  Coordinating
  • Local transportation Referrals and Linkage to care  


Managing the Taking Care of Our Own Fund 

  • Supporting the TCOOF payment disbursement process with operations staff
  • Provide quarterly reports, financial statements and needs assessment.
  • Work closely with the Executive Director and grants manager to fundraise for TCOOF through donor cultivation and grants writing
  • Work closely with the Programs Director in developing and managing initiatives to engage organizational members, TCOOF participants, collaborators, supporters.
  • Training - Collaborate with Membership and Outreach Organizers to schedule and facilitate training in the community.
  • Support in Developing a TCOOF (Squad/Peer Advocate) program to strengthen our members/volunteers engagement and skill in case management and mutual aid support)   Recruit service providers to be trained in Snap4Freedom School and other training. The following training will be led by Toni-Michelle and supported by other program staff.   Deeper than Visibility Inaugural Deeper than Visibility Service provider summit  Outreach Blitz  Transcending Transphobia ™  Gender 101 Violence Interruption   


Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in human services, social work, or other applicable fields 
  • Two years of previous direct work experience in human services, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English Experience working in a culturally diverse environment and high level of cultural competence
  • Conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change
  • Ability to set limits and maintain the helping role of the practitioner Excellent computer skills, accurate typing, and knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Must have the ability to communicate with all persons in a culturally competent manner.
  • Must be sensitive to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.
  • Must own a personal multi-passenger vehicle, hold a valid Driver’s license, have a good driving record, and have appropriate personal auto insurance


Preferred Education and Experience

  • Master’s degree or international equivalent in social work, nonprofit management, or other applicable field 
  • four years of previous direct work experience in human services, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Experience supervising diverse teams of staff and/or interns.
  • Familiarity with major social services programs, public transportation, employers, and local neighborhoods
  • Experience with human services programs.
  • Bilingual / multilingual in non-english languages predominantly spoken in the US (preferably Spanish)


Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.



Submit a C.V. or resume and compelling cover letter, detailing your interest to work at SNaPCo to with Taking Care of Our Fund Coordinator Position in the subject line. Please include references in your initial application. Applications without the required submission materials will not be considered. No phone calls or emails, please. 

SNaPCo is an equal opportunity employer. Black people, Indigenous people, people of color; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex people; women; immigrants; people with disabilities, including those living with HIV; formerly incarcerated people; and people with lived experiences of poverty are strongly encouraged to apply.

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