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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.

 

 


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 Housing Focused Case Managers that provide a variety of services to guests at South Salt Lake’s Men’s Resource Center. The Services Team is focused on engaging with and providing individualized support for all MRC guests to ensure each person at the Resource Center can transition back into stable housing quickly. 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, Trauma-Informed support and are able to step out of homelessness and back into housing.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Accountant

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving adults and families that are experiencing homelessness. Assist in maintaining the general ledger and accounting system. Responsibilities include but are not limited to payroll processing, financial statement preparation, financial statement analysis, preparing journal entries, balance sheet reconciliation, cash reconciliation, and other reports. This person will report to the Controller.

 

Responsibilities include analyzing trends, costs, revenues, financial commitments and obligations incurred to predict future revenues and expenses. Assists in generating reports organization's finances to management and offers suggestions about resource utilization, tax strategies and assumptions underlying budget forecasts.

 
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 guest driven case management services to chronically homeless individuals participating the HiFI program. Above all else Case Managers seek to assist guests 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 Team Lead

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving adults and families that are experiencing homelessness. The Housing Team Lead will work within 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!

 

The Housing Team Lead will provide supervision to a team of Housing Case Managers that provide Housing First, Trauma-Informed services within a Progressive Engagement framework. The team consists of two programs that use strengths-based practices to meet the unique needs of each family: Supportive Services for Veteran Families Rapid Re-housing and Permanent Supportive Services for Families. 

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Administrative Support Specialist

The Road Home’s 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 robust and dynamic 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 person in this position exudes the mission and compassion of The Road Home. They provide a friendly and helpful greeting to welcome and direct guests the agency serves as well as visitors to the TRH Housing and Services Headquarters. This includes answering incoming calls and notifying personnel of guest and visitor arrivals. This individual will maintain the reception area so it is secure, welcoming and Trauma-Informed.

 
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 Family 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 Resource Center nightly. Working here is an opportunity to build people and change lives!

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Housing Focused 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 Focused Case Manager will provide Trauma-Informed, person-centered case management services to men 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 Resource Center and connecting them with resources in the community that will aid in their transition into housing. The Housing Focused Case Manager will work to identify common barriers faced by individuals in shelter 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.

Housing Not Jail Outreach 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 an Outreach Specialist who will verify client eligibility, maintain outreach lists, create client notifications, and complete prescreen materials directly with clients prior to them becoming a part of the HNJ program. The Outreach Specialist will engage clients and establish trusting, collaborative relationships directed toward the goal of self sufficiency and success in housing and in the community. 

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

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 position 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 possess attention to detail. 

For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Kitchen Staff

Gail Miller Resource Center

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 GMRC Kitchen Manager, the Kitchen Staff will assist in the operation of kitchen duties at Salt Lake City’s Gail Miller 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.
 

FAST Case Manager

The Family Assistance and Support Team (FAST) provides case management and behavioral health services to families moving out of homelessness.  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 to up to 15 families with children.  Above all else Case Managers seek to assist clients in maintaining stability in housing by connecting them with the resources their families need to achieve their personal goals.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Family Transportation Specialist

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving families that are experiencing homelessness. This team member will work in a homeless shelter system that provides emergency shelter to 300 individuals nightly. Working here is an opportunity to build people and change lives!

 

The Family Transportation Specialist will personally contribute to the mission of helping end homelessness for families. The primary role of the Transportation Specialist will be to assist families by transporting them from the Midvale Family Resource Center to the isolation/quarantine facility established by the Utah Department of Health. In this way, this team member can be part of the COVID-19 solution, helping to prevent the spread in our community. 

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Housing Navigation Support AmeriCorps

The Housing Navigation Support AmeriCorps will work to ensure that individuals or families with children experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake County are engaged in, and have access to, housing resources to help end their homeless crisis. This position will work to provide clients with information on housing opportunities, requirements of housing programs, and provide direct assistance to help transition from shelter into housing. This position will ensure that people staying at The Road Home shelters, living on the streets, or staying in a partner shelters, are supported to overcome homelessness. This position requires flexibility to work with to different personalities and learn to incorporate a Trauma Informed approach to develop working relationships with clients. As a passionate self-starter you will work for an agency that believes in incorporating best practices to better serve people in need. You will learn first-hand beside knowledgeable, compassionate colleagues at the state’s largest non-profit housing and emergency shelter provider, serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

 

Option for Service: Full Time, 1700 Hours Minimum. Start date: January 1, 2021. Provide a minimum of 35 service hours per week, with service ending on December 30, 2021.

 

Full time AmeriCorps Members are provided a modest financial compensation in the form of cost-of-living allowances; referred to as a “living stipend” up to $18,250; Proof of Healthcare reimbursement up to $100 per month if eligible and participation, paid Student Loan Deferment, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Child Care Assistance if needed, and the AmeriCorps Education Award. After successfully completing their term of service, full time members may receive the Education Award of up to $6,195. The Education Award can pay for additional college, graduate school courses, or it can pay off existing qualifying federal student loans.

 

Full-time members are required to commit to a full year service agreement and complete a “minimum” of:

 

  • 1,700 service hours.
  • Education Award $6,195
  • Stipend amount bi-weekly $700.00
 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Midvale Family Resource Center Support AmeriCorps

If you have a deep commitment to of serve families with children experiencing homelessness in our community, this job may be right for you! We are looking for highly motivated person who is interested in making a difference in the lives of others.

 

The Road Home’s Family Support AmeriCorps member will work with families with children at the Midvale Family Resource Center shelter experiencing homelessness to help them transition quickly out of emergency shelter and into housing within our community. This AmeriCorps member will provide everyday support and services to families, such as transportation assistance, assistance with housing searches, advocacy with landlords, and helping families navigate the housing process.

 

In addition to housing related tasks, this AmeriCorps member will play an integral role in establishing a support and empowerment network for the families assisted by the Road Home. Additionally, they will assist in the operations of an internal task force that is designed to make the agency’s facilities and programming more developmentally enriching for young children.

 

Option for Service: Full Time, 1700 Hours Minimum. Start date: January 1, 2021. Provide a minimum of 35 service hours per week, with service ending on December 30, 2021.

 

Full time AmeriCorps Members are provided a modest financial compensation in the form of cost-of-living allowances; referred to as a “living stipend” up to $18,250; Proof of Healthcare reimbursement up to $100 per month if eligible and participation, paid Student Loan Deferment, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Child Care Assistance if needed, and the AmeriCorps Education Award. After successfully completing their term of service, full time members may receive the Education Award of up to $6,195. The Education Award can pay for additional college, graduate school courses, or it can pay off existing qualifying federal student loans.

 

Full-time members are required to commit to a full year service agreement and complete a “minimum” of:

 

  • 1,700 service hours.
  • Education Award $6,195
  • Stipend amount bi-weekly $700.00
 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Supportive Housing Case Management Support AmeriCorps

 

The Road Home Case Management Team seeks an energetic, and dedicated AmeriCorps member to assist formerly chronically homeless individuals and families to maintain their housing throughout Salt Lake County, thereby avoiding a return to homelessness. This position will support our dynamic and diverse, Housing Case Management Team by assisting tenants with housing stability and placement; assist tenants in accessing community resources, complete annual recertifications, monthly rent checks, negotiate on tenants’ behalf with local property managers, manage vital documents database, coordinate inspections with follow up and develop a housekeeping assessment/curriculum. This team member will also be encouraged to take part in staff meetings, clinical case staffing and trainings. 

 

Option for Service: Full Time, 1700 Hours Minimum. Start date: January 1, 2021. Provide a minimum of 35 service hours per week, with service ending on December 30, 2021.

 

Full time AmeriCorps Members are provided a modest financial compensation in the form of cost-of-living allowances; referred to as a “living stipend” up to $18,250; Proof of Healthcare reimbursement up to $100 per month if eligible and participation, paid Student Loan Deferment, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Child Care Assistance if needed, and the AmeriCorps Education Award. After successfully completing their term of service, full time members may receive the Education Award of up to $6,195. The Education Award can pay for additional college, graduate school courses, or it can pay off existing qualifying federal student loans.

 

Full-time members are required to commit to a full year service agreement and complete a “minimum” of:

 

  • 1,700 service hours.
  • Education Award $6,195
  • Stipend amount bi-weekly $700.00
 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Homeless Men’s Support AmeriCorps

 

If you have a deep commitment to help single men experiencing homelessness in our community, this job may be right for you! We are looking for a highly motivated person who is interested in making a difference in the lives of others.

 

The Road Home’s Homeless Men’s Support AmeriCorps member will work with single men, ages 18 and up, at the Men's Resource Center shelter who are experiencing homelessness to help them transition quickly out of emergency shelter and into community housing. The AmeriCorps member will take on a variety of tasks related to ensuring guests can continue to access regular services despite the current COVID-19 pandemic, which has brought a need to shift our normal operating procedures. Tasks include assisting with setting up, facilitating, and providing follow-up resources for regular telehealth, employment, housing, and legal providers, as well as seeking additional resources that can be provided remotely to guests of the Men’s Resource Center. Additionally, this AmeriCorps member will provide everyday support and services to men including transportation assistance, help with housing searches, advocacy with landlords, and helping shelter guests navigate the housing process.

 

In addition to housing related tasks, this AmeriCorps member will play an integral role in establishing a support and empowerment network for the men assisted by The Road Home. Additionally, they will assist in the operations of an internal task force that is designed to make the agency’s facilities and programming, housing focused.

 

Option for Service: Full Time, 1700 Hours Minimum. Start date: January 1, 2021. Provide a minimum of 35 service hours per week, with service ending on December 30, 2021.

 

Full time AmeriCorps Members are provided a modest financial compensation in the form of cost-of-living allowances; referred to as a “living stipend” up to $18,250; Proof of Healthcare reimbursement up to $100 per month if eligible and participation, paid Student Loan Deferment, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Child Care Assistance if needed, and the AmeriCorps Education Award. After successfully completing their term of service, full time members may receive the Education Award of up to $6,195. The Education Award can pay for additional college, graduate school courses, or it can pay off existing qualifying federal student loans.

 

Full-time members are required to commit to a full year service agreement and complete a “minimum” of:

 

  • 1,700 service hours.
  • Education Award $6,195
  • Stipend amount bi-weekly $700.00
 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Palmer Court Support AmeriCorps

 

We are looking for a highly motivated person who is interested in making a difference in the lives of others. Palmer Court is a 201 unit Permanent Supportive Housing facility serving individuals and families who have experienced chronic homelessness, meaning they have had extended periods of time homeless and also have a disabling condition. Palmer Court’s Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Program utilizes housing focused case management to help residents remain stably housed. This program supports our community’s efforts to make episodes of homelessness rare, brief, and nonrecurring.

 

The Road Home is seeking an AmeriCorps member to 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; maintain the onsite food pantry and assist residents in accessing resources; and take part in staff meetings and trainings. 

 

Option for Service: Full Time, 1700 Hours Minimum. Start date: January 1, 2021. Provide a minimum of 35 service hours per week, with service ending on December 30, 2021.

 

Full time AmeriCorps Members are provided a modest financial compensation in the form of cost-of-living allowances; referred to as a “living stipend” up to $18,250; Proof of Healthcare reimbursement up to $100 per month if eligible and participation, paid Student Loan Deferment, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Child Care Assistance if needed, and the AmeriCorps Education Award. After successfully completing their term of service, full time members may receive the Education Award of up to $6,195. The Education Award can pay for additional college, graduate school courses, or it can pay off existing qualifying federal student loans.

 

Full-time members are required to commit to a full year service agreement and complete a “minimum” of:

 

  • 1,700 service hours.
  • Education Award $6,195
  • Stipend amount bi-weekly $700.00
 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Housing Advocate

Gail Miller Resource Center

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.
 

Resident Advocate – Palmer Court

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving adults and families that are experiencing or have experienced homelessness. Resident Advocates will provide excellent customer service to these individuals, while working for the state’s largest supportive housing development for formerly homeless individuals.

 

The Advocate will work at the front desk of a 201-unit apartment building and perform a wide variety of duties relating to working with poverty and vulnerable populations. This team member will work in a beautifully renovated hotel featuring studio, one-bedroom and two- bedroom apartments for chronically homeless single men, women and families. Working here is an opportunity to build and change lives!

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Seasonal Housing Advocate - St. Vincent's

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving members of our community that are experiencing homelessness. Seasonal Housing Advocates will provide compassionate and quality customer service to these individuals while working for the state’s largest homeless shelter system.

 

The Seasonal Advocate will help to provide safe and warm shelter to homeless and vulnerable individuals during the winter. 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
 
 

 

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.