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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. Please click here for the EEO Complaint Form.

 


Executive Director

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 Road Home seeks an experienced Executive Director (ED) to strategize with our team of senior managers in formulating the Agency’s future direction and initiatives. The Executive Director will provide leadership and vision to our Agency, reporting to the Board of Trustees. The Executive Director will work in collaboration with all Agency staff, the Board of Trustees, and other stakeholders and constituents to advocate for our guests.


The Executive Director must serve as the primary spokesperson to the organization’s Board, staff, guests, key partners and donors, the media, and the general public. The Executive Director must be emotionally intelligent, have strong interpersonal skills, and be an effective communicator. S/he must have the ability to address and solve problems as they arise. 


The successful candidate must be flexible, a team player, and capable of collaborating with program and fundraising teams. S/he should be approachable and value the perspectives of others. S/he should understand the importance of culture and demonstrate the ability to grow and sustain an organization. The Executive Director must be strongly committed to the mission of The Road Home.

For more information about this position, please click here.
 

Housing Assessor

The Housing Assessor works to assess families and individuals experiencing homelessness or maintaining housing for grant eligibility. Their daily tasks consists 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 Stability Specialist

The Housing Stability Specialist will work to maintain and manage the responsibilities of The Road Home’s properties and rental agreements throughout the community. This position is responsible for conducting frequent inspections of all current units, engaging with property managers and maintaining current landlord relationships, completing rental agreements and leasing paperwork, and navigating the rules and regulations of both private and government funded grants. The Housing Stability Specialist will be required to be well versed in property management in order to explain leases, review renewals of rental agreements, and identify specific property maintenance issues. This position requires an ability to communicate with clients who are unfamiliar with rent processes, lease agreements and property management concerns. The Housing Stability Specialist can act as a mediator between landlords and clients regarding property management issues. This requires the ability to deescalate, empower and advocate for our tenants. 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 service provider.

 
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.
 
 

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 Focused Case Manager 4

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.
 
 

Crisis L.C.S.W.

The Crisis Licensed Clinical Social Worker (L.C.S.W.) will provided behavioral health services to individuals residing in South Salt Lake’s new Men’s Resource Center operated by The Road Home. The agency’s approach is Trauma-Informed and adheres to a Housing First perspective.

 

The Crisis L.C.S.W. will work as part of the collaborative interdisciplinary team to provide direct behavioral health services to single men; including assessments, crisis intervention, and will assist individuals 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.
 
 

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.
 
 

Family Case Manager

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 looking for a candidate who can bring new skills and perspective to our supportive and motivated case management team.

 

The Family Case Manager provides client-centered case management services to families experiencing homelessness in both the Midvale Family Center and motels. Case management is focused on helping families to resolve their homeless crisis rapidly and move back into stable housing in the community.

 
For more information about this position, please click here.
 
 

Client Advocate

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

 

The Client 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.
 
 

AmeriCorps Member

The Road Home seeks those 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.

Committed applicants please apply directly on the AmeriCorps website at: AmeriCorps Website

 
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.
 

Seasonal Client Advocate

The Road Home seeks employees that have a deep commitment to the mission of serving members of our community that are experiencing homelessness. Seasonal Client 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 Case Manager

The Case Manager will work as part of our Housing team to provide direct case management services to individuals and families who have moved out of homelessness and are living in housing in the community. This passionate self starter will work for the state’s largest nonprofit housing provider and the state’s largest homeless shelter where assistance is given to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Our mission is to help people move out of homelessness and into housing in the community.

 
For more information about 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.