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The Road Home relies on a diverse staff to provide excellent care and service to the hundreds of people we help each day.

The Road Home has a complete benefits package: medical, dental, and vision insurance, 100% employer-paid life, short-term and long-term disability insurance, paid sick and vacation time, an Employee Assistance Plan, and a 403(b) retirement plan with employer contributions and matching. 

Employment opportunities with The Road Home vary based on availability and season. We are an equal opportunity employer with a diverse, multicultural staff. To apply for any of the positions below please email your resume or employment application to resumes@theroadhome.org and include the job title in the subject line.

Please note that all positions require a pre-employment criminal background check, drug screening.

The Road Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 


Director of Homeless Men’s Services

Our mission is to help people step out of homelessness back into our community. As a leader in the field of homeless and housing services, The Road Home is a strong, vibrant organization continuously seeking to grow and deepen our impact by further developing our programs to end homelessness. We will continue to build a data-driven, outcomes oriented culture that emphasizes the importance of continuous learning and growth.

 

The Director of Homeless Men’s Services is responsible for the overall administration of South Salt Lake’s new Men’s Resource Center. The Director provides leadership for the day-to-day operation of the Resource Center facility program accountability to ensure service goals are met or exceeded.

 

Program management will focus on Housing First services to individuals who have experienced homelessness as well as infusing Trauma Informed Care practices into the program. Case management programs will focus on assisting guests in obtaining and maintaining housing, as well as addressing the underlying causes of a household’s homelessness. This passionate self starter will support creativity and problem solving with staff and guests. The Director will work to help streamline programs that end homelessness as quickly as possible for every individual we serve. The Director will value and seek opportunities for input from guests and staff. The Director will be a model for ethical, fair, competent and professional values, service delivery and guest relations, including supportive and appropriate individual services to guests, guest rights, confidentiality and boundaries, respect for personal dignity, worth and privacy of guests, the self-determination of guests in relation to their needs, problems, goals and interests.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Housing Advocate Supervisor

The Housing Advocate Supervisor will be responsible for the overall administration of the Men’s Resource Center shelter program serving 300 men per day. The Supervisor will provide leadership for the day to day operation of the facility and program accountability to ensure service goals are met or exceeded. The Housing Advocate Supervisor will ensure appropriate staffing levels for 24-hour staff coverage of South Salt Lake’s Men’s Resource Center. This individual will ensure shelter activities such as mail access, property storage, client check-ins, security screenings, bed management, incident response and other duties within established procedures and service delivery strategies.

 

Program management will focus on Housing First services to individuals who have experienced homelessness, as well as infusing Trauma Informed Care practices into the program. Programs will focus on assisting clients in obtaining and maintaining housing, as well as addressing the underlying causes of a household’s homelessness.

 

This passionate self starter will support creativity and problem solving with staff and clients. The Supervisor will help streamline programs that end homelessness as quickly as possible for every individual we serve. The Supervisor will value and seek opportunities for input from clients and staff. The Supervisor will be a model for ethical, fair, competent and professional values, service delivery and client relations, including supportive and appropriate individual services to clients, client rights, confidentiality and boundaries, respect for personal dignity, worth and privacy of clients, the self-determination of clients in relation to their needs, problems, goals and interests.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Quality Assurance Supervisor

Quality Assurance (QA) Supervisor works with the Director of Special Projects and other department supervisors to prioritize and coordinate agency programs to ensure that practices and results of data quality improvement are in place. The goal will be to move all grant, program, and processes to the highest level of efficiency based on best practice standards from stakeholder guidelines. The QA Supervisor engages in research related to federal regulations, conducts frequent internal audits, reconciles data across multiple systems, maintains records, and completes internal reports. The QA Supervisor helps the agency prepare for and follow-up on external monitorings and audits to ensure grant compliance. This team leader will supervise three QA Specialists and one QA Grants Finance Specialist to determine prioritized work tasks and oversee their interactions with agency team members.

 

This position requires a high degree of organization, attention to detail, and the ability to learn new tasks. This position will interact with many departments of The Road Home and must be able to accept changing roles and priorities as necessary. The QA Supervisor position must meet critical deadlines for reporting and other tasks. As a result, this position requires flexible scheduling and the ability to complete tasks on short notice, occasionally outside of normal business hours. We are looking for a passionate self-starter interested in working for a learning-based agency that operates Utah’s largest homeless services and programs (housing, emergency shelter, emergency services, and case management).

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Supportive Services Supervisor

The Road Home is seeking a highly motivated individual who is committed, compassionate, willing to be challenged, and who wants to make a difference in the lives of others. Reporting to the Facility Program Director, the Supportive Services Supervisor is responsible for leading the efforts of a dedicated team of supportive staff that provide a variety of services to guests at South Salt Lake’s new Men’s Resource Center. The Supportive Services Supervisor plans, organizes, leads, and provides ongoing support for new initiatives, tailoring programs to the changing needs of those served. By providing strong leadership, setting departmental goals, tracking progress, and adjusting program direction to maximize positive housing outcomes as necessary, the Supportive Services Supervisor will ensure those who turn to us in need receive individualized support and are able to step out of homelessness and back into housing.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Events Coordinator

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving adults and families in our community that are experiencing homelessness. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who are committed, compassionate, willing to be challenged, and who want to make a difference in the lives of others. The Housing Advocate Coordinator will provide excellent customer service, resources, and support to our guests from a Trauma Informed Care and Housing First perspective at South Salt Lake’s new Men’s Resource Center.

 

The Events Coordinator’s primary duty will be to oversee and coordinate all agency fundraising events.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

FAST Case Manager Services

The Family Assistance and Support Team (FAST) provides case management and behavioral health services to families moving out of homelessness and back into the community. The team’s approach is trauma-informed and adheres to a Housing First perspective.

 

The Case Manager will work as part of the collaborative team to provide direct case management. Above all else Case Managers seek to assist clients in achieving stability in housing by connecting them with the resources they need to become more self-sufficient and improve their quality of life.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

HiFI Case Manager

The Road Home, provider of emergency shelter, housing, and services for people experiencing homelessness, is accepting resumes for the position of HiFI Case Manager. The HiFI Case Manager will support chronically homeless individuals as they move out of homelessness and back into the community.

 

The objective of this position is to provide Housing First and client driven case management services to chronically homeless individuals participating the HiFI program. Above all else Case Managers seek to assist clients in achieving stability in housing by connecting them with the resources they need to become more self-sufficient and improve their quality of life.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Housing Stability Specialist (Assessor)

The Housing Stability Specialist (Assessor) works to assess families and individuals on internal and community housing programs for additional or continued grant eligibility. Their daily tasks consist of completing assessments, updating internal tracking and databases, communicating with internal and external referring staff concerning needed documents, coordinating services with other departments and community partners, reaching out to clients to update on progress and being knowledgeable concerning the maintenance of all files and eligibility. This requires the ability to de-escalate, empower and advocate for our population, as well as partner with other team members to ensure the quality of all paperwork in regards to grant requirements. This position requires flexibility in both personality and schedule which will entail working some late shifts in order to engage a highly vulnerable population. This passionate self starter will work for an agency that is both the state’s largest nonprofit housing provider and the state’s largest homeless shelter where assistance is given to individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Housing Specialist

The Housing Specialist will engage people experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake County to provide access to housing resources. This position will support men, women and families in the community and Homeless Resource Centers as they overcome homelessness while working in collaboration with The Road Home’s Housing Navigation Team. This position requires flexibility in both personality and schedule that may include working some late shifts in order to engage a highly vulnerable population. This passionate self-starter will work for an agency that is both the state’s largest nonprofit housing and services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

QA Grant Finance Specialist

The QA Grant Finance Specialist be a member of the Quality Assurance team and will act as a bridge between QA, Accounting, Housing, and Development, providing financial support for all grant contracts. The QA Grant Finance Specialist will provide financial contract support throughout the grant cycle, including the following duties and responsibilities.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

FAST Licensed Mental Health Clinician

The Family Assistance and Support Team (FAST) provides case management and behavioral health services to families moving out of homelessness and back into the community. The team’s approach is trauma-informed and adheres to a Housing First perspective.

 

The Licensed Mental Health Clinician will work as part of the collaborative interdisciplinary team to provide direct case management. Above all else the Clinician will assist families in addressing behavioral health concerns with the aim of achieving stability in housing, becoming more self-sufficient and improving quality of life.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Part-Time Licensed Mental Health Clinician

The Family Assistance and Support Team (FAST) provides case management and behavioral health services to families moving out of homelessness and back into the community. The team’s approach is trauma-informed and adheres to a Housing First perspective.

 

The Licensed Mental Health Clinician will work as part of the collaborative interdisciplinary team to provide direct case management. Above all else the Clinician will assist families in addressing behavioral health concerns with the aim of achieving stability in housing, becoming more self-sufficient and improving quality of life.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

AmeriCorps at Palmer Court

Palmer Court (of The Road Home) is seeking an energetic and dedicated AmeriCorps members to serve full-time at Palmer Court, a permanent supportive housing program for formerly chronically homeless individuals and families. These positions will support the onsite case management team through assisting with the coordination of volunteer activities; assisting the team with data and record keeping related to volunteers, partnerships and to services provided; assist residents in housing stability and placement; assist residents in access to resources; and take part in staff meetings and trainings.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
To apply for this position, please click here.
 
 

Behavioral Health Therapist

The Housing Not Jail (HNJ) team is a collaboration of The Road Home, Volunteers of America, and SL County, with staff from each agency working as a cohesive, multi-disciplinary team. The HNJ team includes an Outreach Specialist, Housing Specialists, Case Managers, a Behavioral Health Clinician, and an Employment Specialist. The team connects individuals experiencing persistent homelessness with housing assistance and services needed to end a current housing crisis and avoid chronic homelessness. The HNJ Behavioral Health Clinician uses a Trauma-Informed Care framework to provide assessment and referral services, as well as short-term therapeutic interventions to HNJ participants. This position is employed by VOA.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Housing First Case Manager

The Road Home is a dedicated member of the homeless and housing provider network in the State of Utah and a leader in innovation and implementing best practices in our community and across the nation. We are seeking compassionate, empathetic and highly motivated individuals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of others. The Housing First Case Manager will provide Trauma-Informed, person-centered case management services to men and women who are experiencing homelessness with the goal of helping achieve stable housing solutions quickly and efficiently. The services provided include identifying and engaging with individuals in our Men’s and Women’s Shelters and connecting them with resources in the community that will aid in their transition into housing. The Housing First Case Manager will work to identify common barriers faced by individuals in both shelters and establish strategies and procedures for addressing needs on a shelter-wide scale. This passionate and dedicated self starter will help The Road Home achieve its mission by helping individuals connect with the services they need to obtain permanent housing in our community.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Family Assistance and Support Team (FAST) APRN

The Road Home is seeking an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) with psychiatric experience. This position offers the applicant the opportunity to work with a diverse patient population in a variety of settings, to enjoy a broad and dynamic professional role, and to work with a collaborative interdisciplinary team for support.

 

The Road Home is the primary homeless shelter for adults and families in Salt Lake City. This position will be part of the Road Home’s Family Assistance and Support Team (FAST) funded through a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) (grant-funded); which is a collaborative team of case managers and behavioral health clinicians. This team provides comprehensive services to recently homeless families, with services often taking place in patients’ homes, on the street, or on-site at the office of one of many collaborating service providers. The APRN assigned to work with this interdisciplinary team has the opportunity to form relationships with patients with mental health and substance use disorders, manage their psychotropic medications, provide psychotherapy, and participate in a variety of advocacy and case-management duties in collaboration with other members of the team. The APRN may join other team members to see patients in the hospital, visit them while incarcerated, and search for them in the community when needed.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Healthy Futures AmeriCorps VISTA

AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) members bring their passion and perseverance where the need is greatest: to organizations that help eradicate poverty. The most pressing challenges we face as a nation require the most courageous and creative people to address them. An AmeriCorps VISTA member serves as a catalyst for change, living and working alongside community members to advance local solutions.

 

This is an opportunity to spend one year serving full-time to make a difference here at home. This is a unique chance to improve your life and the lives of others. AmeriCorps VISTA is about helping all individuals reach their fullest potential. VISTA is designed to build the capacity of an organization and enhance its ability to serve the community. As a result, VISTA impacts both the person serving as well as the individuals served. AmeriCorps VISTA members are building communities while building their careers. VISTA members are eligible for a living allowance as well as an educational stipend.

 
For more information about AmeriCorps VISTA:
https://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps/americorpsvista/frequently-asked-questions
 
Healthy Futures
https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=67643&fromSearch=true
 
How to Apply
https://www.vistacampus.gov/how-apply-americorps-vista 
 
 
 

Custodian, Midvale Family Center

Our mission is to help people move out of homelessness and into housing in the community. As a leader in the field of homeless and housing services, The Road Home is a strong, vibrant organization continuously seeking to grow and deepen our impact by further developing our programs to end homelessness. Our goal is to approach to every client from a Trauma Informed Care perspective, and our objective is follow the Housing First model as we use our knowledge of resources and relationships with community partners to move our clients into housing.

Be part of the team and serve as facility custodian for either the Rio Grande or Midvale shelter. Share responsibility for custodial care, light maintenance and general upkeep of Agency shelter facilities. Performs and assists with all custodial responsibilities such as proper floor care, sanitation, general cleaning, outside clean-up and accountability of tools and equipment. Hiring Custodial staff for both the Rio Grande Shelter and the Midvale Family shelter, full-time.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.

 

If you do not have a resume, you may complete and submit this Employment Application. For information about current opportunities, please contact resumes@theroadhome.org.