|Job Title||Indigenous Homelessness Systems Coordinator|
|Sub Header||Reaching Home|
|Company Name||Reaching Home|
PROJECT: Reaching Home
POSITION: Indigenous Homelessness Systems Coordinator
SUPERVISOR: Program Manager, Coalition of Hamilton Indigenous Leadership
ACCOUNTABILITY: Program Manager, Coalition of Hamilton Indigenous Leadership
POSITION: Full-time (35 hours/week), dependent on funding
The Indigenous Homelessness Systems Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Project Lead and Coalition of Hamilton Indigenous Leadership by engaging with the Indigenous Community Advisory Board, agencies serving Indigenous people experiencing homelessness and the Indigenous community-at-large to plan, develop and implement, in collaboration with the City of Hamilton’s Housing Services Division, an Indigenous Homelessness Community Plan.
The Indigenous Homelessness Systems Coordinator will work with community partners, and in partnership with the City of Hamilton, Housing Division (Community Entity) on the design and implementation of a Coordinated Access system that meets the requirements for Coordinated Access by March 31, 2022. The minimum requirements for the design of Coordinated Access systems cross the following areas: coverage, governance operating model, access, assessment, prioritization, matching and referral, and Homelessness Management Information System (HIFIS) platform.
The position will support the I-CAB to learn and improve the currently systems and policies of Coordinated Access in Hamilton to better reflect the best interests of the Indigenous community in Hamilton.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
How to Apply: Please submit your cover letter and resume by email to email@example.com with your name and “Indigenous Homelessness Systems Coordinator” in the document name.
Deadline for submission: March 23, 2020
We appreciate all applications however only those short listed will be contacted. If you are invited for an interview and require accommodation, please let us know.