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Employment Opportunities

 

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

 

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. Please click here for the EEO Complaint Form.

 

 

Custodian

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving men and women that are experiencing homelessness. 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.

 

The Custodian will maintain the cleanliness, safety, and operation of the agency while providing excellent customer service. The Custodian must interact with guests and staff in a friendly, enthusiastic, outgoing, and helpful manner while working in a fast paced and dynamic environment. They must be hardworking, flexible and posses an attention to detail.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

MRC Housing Locator

The MRC Housing Locator will assist guests residing in South Salt Lake’s new Men’s Resource Center by performing housing searches (driving guests to search and apply), coordinating with other housing departments and programs, and connecting guests to relevant resources in the community as applicable. 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 Locator

The Housing Locator will assist guests by performing housing searches (driving guests to search and apply), coordinating with other housing departments and programs, and connecting guests to relevant resources in the community as applicable. 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.
 
 

Family Lead Advocate, Swing Shift

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving families that are experiencing homelessness. Family Advocates will provide excellent customer service to these individuals, while working for the state’s largest homeless shelter system.

 

The Family Lead Advocate will perform a wide variety of duties relating to working directly with poverty and vulnerable populations. This team leader will work in a homeless shelter system that provides emergency shelter to over 1,000 individuals nightly, and permanent supportive housing to over 1,700 individuals each day. Working at The Road Home is an incredible opportunity to make a difference in our community and to help change the lives of others.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Housing Not Jail (HNJ) Housing Specialist

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.

 

Housing Not Jail (HNJ) is a program developed by The Road Home in a Pay for Success model awarded by Salt Lake County Government. The objective of HNJ is to identify individuals who are persistently homeless, helping them obtain housing in the community and working with them to optimize housing stability by offering services including case management, behavioral health, and employment. We are currently recruiting for a Housing Specialist who will engage clients and establish trusting, collaborative relationships directed toward the goal of self sufficiency and success in housing and in the community. The Housing Specialist will provide housing location services to each client, tailoring placement toward specific needs and barriers.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Grant Specialist

The Grant Specialist’s primary responsibility is to help ensure The Road Home is operating programs in accordance with all grant and funding regulations, as well as within the agency’s own high quality standards. The Grant Specialist conducts frequent audits, reconciles data, and maintains records in order to produce timely, high quality, accurate reports. The Grant Specialist regularly reviews applicable regulations and contractual obligations to ensure that The Road Home is maintaining grant compliance and serves as the agency expert in each funding area. The Grant Specialist works with program staff to create guidelines that govern business operations for the life cycle of each grant. The Grant Specialist provides guidance and support for multiple departments involved in the grant management process to ensure that all agency programs are maintaining high quality standards as we work to help people step out of homelessness and back into the community. Maintaining accurate and up to date program guidelines, procedures and work instructions is a critical component of quality assurance. The Grant Specialist may work directly with funding entities and will lead and provide support to all teams for all program monitoring and audit visits.

 

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 Grant specialist position must meet critical deadlines for reporting and other tasks, therefore 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 emergency shelter and resource center as well as an effective performance driven housing program for individuals and families exiting homelessness.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

 

Permanent Supportive Housing Case Manager at Grace Mary Manor

The Road Home is seeking a highly motivated individual who is committed, compassionate and willing to be challenged through making a difference in the lives of others. Our mission is to move people out of homelessness and into housing in the community.
 
The Case Manager will work to provide direct case management and supportive services to individuals who have moved out of homelessness and are living in permanent supportive housing at the Grace Mary Manor. It is an 84 unit complex owned and operated by the Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake and designed to house and serve the Chronically Homeless.
 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

 

Family Advocate

 
The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving families that are experiencing homelessness. Family Advocates will provide excellent customer service to these individuals, while working for the state’s largest homeless shelter system.
 
The Advocate will perform a wide variety of duties relating to working with poverty and vulnerable populations. This team member will work in a homeless shelter system that provides emergency shelter to 300 individuals in the Midvale Family Shelter nightly. Working here is an opportunity to build people and change lives!
 
This position is 16 hours/week, Fri, Sat 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

 

Peer Support Specialist

 

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. We are seeking a Certified Peer Support Specialist to work at South Salt Lake’s new Men’s Resource Center.  The certified Peer Support Specialist will provide peer support and mentorship to guests that are interested in behavioral health treatment. The Peer Support Specialist will engage in relationship building with guests who may exhibit a need for additional services.

 

For more information about this position, please click here.

 


Homes Not Jail Supervisor

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving adults and families that are experiencing homelessness. The Homes Not Jail (HNJ) Supervisor will work within a homeless shelter system that provides emergency shelter to over 1,000 individuals nightly and permanent supportive housing to over 1,500 individuals each day.  Working here is an opportunity to build people and change lives!

 

The Homes Not Jail (HNJ) Supervisor will provide supervision and oversight to a multi-disciplinary team of 2 x Housing Specialists, 2 x Case Managers, an Employment Specialist, an Outreach Specialist, and a Mental Health Clinician. The team provides Housing First, Trauma-Informed services within a Progressive Engagement framework to individuals experiencing homelessness. HNJ is an innovative Pay For Success program and is delivered in partnership with Salt Lake County, the Sorensen Impact Center, Utah Criminal Justice Center, and Volunteers of America.

 

For more information about this position, please click here.

 


 

Housing Advocate

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving adults and families that are experiencing homelessness. Housing Advocates will provide excellent customer service to these individuals, while working for the state’s largest homeless shelter system. The Housing Advocate will perform a wide variety of duties relating to working with poverty and vulnerable populations. This team member will work in a homeless shelter system that provides emergency shelter to over 1,000 individuals nightly, and permanent supportive housing to over 1,700 individuals each day. Working here is an opportunity to build people and change lives!


For more information about this position, please click here.

 


 

Kitchen Staff

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving adults and families that are experiencing homelessness. At the direction of the MRC Manager, the Kitchen Staff will assist in the operation of kitchen duties at South Salt Lake’s new Men’s Resource Center; including assisting with food planning and preparation, ensuring proper food handling practices, and maintaining safe and sanitary conditions of the facilities and equipment.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

 

Family Advocate

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving families that are experiencing homelessness. Family Advocates will provide excellent customer service to these individuals, while working for the state’s largest homeless shelter system.

 

The Advocate will perform a wide variety of duties relating to working with poverty and vulnerable populations. This team member will work in a homeless shelter system that provides emergency shelter to 300 individuals in the Midvale Family Shelter nightly. Working here is an opportunity to build people and change lives!

 
For more information about this position, please click here.