Current Opportunities:

Fund Development Associate/Fund Development Manager

OVERVIEW OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Fund Development Associate / Fund Development Manager will be an active partner to the Director of Fund Development and Communications, Chief Operating Officer and other senior staff, including the Chief Executive Officer. The successful candidate will assist the organization in increasing financial support from foundations, individual donors and corporations, while enhancing the organization’s brand identity through the Annual Report. This position will play a critical role in ensuring the organization attracts and retains a growing network of supporters by accurately and timely reporting of our successes to foundations, City agencies, and the communities we serve. This is a great opportunity for a passionate and creative fund development specialist with the ability to produce concise, impactful written narratives.

For a full job description, click here.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Resident Services Connector

Geraldine Johnson Manor

OVERVIEW OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position will provide direct, comprehensive services to residents of public housing sites that have or will transfer to private management, undergoing renovation through the Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (“RAD”) and senior residents (55+ years) of a public housing site. The housing and offices are located in the Bayview Hunters Point area of San Francisco. The Resident Services Coordinator will provide residents with referrals, assist residents in accessing community resources, and empower residents by locating and/or initiating enrichment services on and off-site. The overarching goal of the position is to help establish goals with residents that lead to their greater stability, well-being, and self-sufficiency.

For a full job description, click here.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Financial Empowerment Housing Counselor I or Housing Counselor II

OVERVIEW OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
SFHDC’s Financial Housing Counselor provides comprehensive individual counseling services to renters, prospective homebuyers and existing homeowners. These sessions may cover a broad array of areas related to the skills, knowledge and confidence necessary to secure and maintain affordable housing, build financial capabilities, and buy, repair, maintain and keep a home. The Counselor’s main responsibility is to assess the Customer’s Mission, Vision, & Core Values, their immediate and longer term financial goals, as well as both the internal and external obstacles faced by the customer in the pursuit of their financial goals, and then to assist them develop and apply a corrective action plan which can function as the customer’s “roadmap to success.” The Counselor’s role is one of educator and coach: by utilizing tools relating to budgeting, debt reduction, credit re‐building and consumer awareness, the Counselor helps facilitate the Customer’s progress towards their goals. The Customer’s role is to take the necessary action steps identified together by the Counselor and the Customer to accomplish the desired result.

For a full job description, click here.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Program Assistant/Intake & Triage Specialist

OVERVIEW OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Intake & Triage Specialist enhances the effectiveness of Financial Housing Counselors by providing information management support, and is usually the first person that the customers meet or connect with. Thus, the successful applicant must be friendly, professional, and reasonably accommodating. The Intake & Triage Specialist supports the Agency’s HUD Certified Housing Counseling Services and makes appropriate referrals to other community resources. He or she must be knowledgeable of and remain abreast of, current resources related to obtaining, stabilizing, and maintaining housing.

For a full job description, click here.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Community Policy and Impact Coordinator

This new position will coordinate important internal and external activity related to data collection and analysis, program design and delivery, policy analysis, and advocacy.  

Key responsibilities:

  • Serve in a key role that will work cross-departmentally to collect and analyze data that describes our work, our clients and residents and the outcomes that we are achieving together.
  • Based on analysis of our program outputs and outcomes, assist in review and design of programs and services, especially looking at any gaps in services and necessary outcomes.
  • Monitor and review proposed and adopted legislation, policies and other public documents that affect our work and our clients, and draft comments and responses that express our perspective on how they affect our community.
  • Keep abreast of local, state, and national legislation, particularly those affecting affordable housing, community economic development, economic mobility, community health, and low-income people of color in general.
  • Establish and maintain ongoing relationships with public, elected, and appointed officials and their respective staff in order to foster an open dialogue with key influencers and shape public discourse.
  • Participate in existing partnerships and coalitions in the housing and community development field, and represent the organization at meetings and events, as appropriate.
  • Take the lead with organization-wide data management efforts, including adaptation and use of customer relations management (CRM) software, and coordinate data learning with colleagues across departments.
  • Coordinate planning for and scheduling of meetings and events related to public policy, community feedback, and advocacy efforts.  
  • Prepare for, and attend with the CEO and other senior staff, meetings with local, regional, statewide and national officials.
  • Provide the CEO and other leadership with detailed and thorough information, analysis, and recommendations related to policy positions.
  • Produce written documents for internal and external use, including reports and policy statements.
  • Other duties as assigned.

For a full job description, click here.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Controller

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Controller will be responsible for oversight of all finance, accounting, and reporting activities. The Controller will be involved in supporting presentations to the board, finance, and audit committee and will work closely with the senior leadership team and outside accounting firm(s).

The Controller will lead all day-to-day finance operations of a budget of $5 million and supervise a team of two or more members with functional responsibility over accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and grants administration. The Controller will ensure that SFHDC has the systems and procedures in place to support effective program implementation and conduct flawless audits. The Controller will work closely with program leaders and their staffs, not only to educate them regarding finance and accounting procedures but also to explore how the finance function can support program operations.

In addition, the Controller will partner with the CEO, senior leadership, and the human resources (HR) and information technology (IT) staff or consultants to enhance and better integrate finance, HR, and IT functions.

For full job description, click HERE.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Resident Services Manager

This hands-on position will provide direct, comprehensive services to residents of public housing sites that have or will transfer to private management, undergoing renovation through the Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (“RAD”), and also supervises several resident services staff.  The housing and offices are located in various neighborhoods of San Francisco, including Bayview Hunters Point, the Fillmore/Western Addition and the Mission.  The overarching goal of the position is to coordinate SFHDC staff in helping to establish goals and strategies with residents that lead to their greater stability, well-being, and self-sufficiency.

For full job description, click HERE.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Director of Resident Services and Engagement

The Director of Resident Services and Engagement will lead the day-to-day planning, operations and reporting of the organization’s resident support services and related activities for low-income families and individuals. The Director will manage a team of dedicated and experienced service staff, currently numbering seven full-time employees, several part-time employees and various contractors.

SFHDC is currently the service provider for Bayview Commons Apartments, a 30-unit family housing project with Section 8, HOPWA and LIHTC clients, and is the on-site lead service coordinator for approximately 825 families living at Hunters Point East/West, Westbrook Apartments, Bernal Dwellings and Hayes Valley North/South, public housing sites that have been or are being privatized and renovated through the U.S. HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (RAD) via the City and County of San Francisco. The Director will oversee the provision of quality, self-directed services to these sites (and any other new ones), ensuring residents are engaged and aware of the service opportunities, and that they are encouraged to avail themselves of educational, recreational and social activities and referrals that can improve their lives.

For full job description, click HERE.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Housing Preservation Project Manager

This position will provide direct, comprehensive support to the Director of Real Estate Development and two Real Estate Project Managers with the project management and related administrative tasks of new and existing development projects.

SFHDC builds racial and economic equity in low- and moderate-income communities of color in the Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood and across San Francisco through the production and preservation of affordable housing, creating pathways for financial empowerment, generating community and economic development, and providing high-quality supportive services. Through our four core programs (housing development, financial empowerment, supportive services, and economic development), we envision a San Francisco where healthy and safe housing is a human right, where all residents see a vibrant future in their neighborhoods, and where all individuals are connected to opportunities to thrive economically, physically, and emotionally.

For full job description, click HERE.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

Services Connector

This position will provide direct, comprehensive services to residents of public housing sites that have or will transfer to private management, undergoing renovation through the Rental Assistance Demonstration Program (“RAD”). The housing and offices are located in the Mission and Bayview Hunters Point areas of San Francisco. The overarching goal of the position is to help establish goals and strategies with residents that lead to their greater stability, well-being, and self-sufficiency.

For full job description, click HERE.

Please contact HR@sfhdc.org or (415) 822-1022.

SFHDC Employment Application

Please include an SFHDC employment application along with any submission. Thank you for your interest.