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Use our job application if you do not have a resume along with a cover letter. Please send applications or resumes/cover letters to 600-B East Gude Dr Rockville, MD 20850 ATTN: HR, fax at (301) 217-0824 or email at jobs@mcch.net with the job title in subject line.


Program Director for Home Builders Care Assessment Center (HBCAC) men's emergengy shelter-Rockville

The HBCAC Program Director will provide overall direction and leadership to the program and its staff.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include developing and implementing comprehensive policies and procedures for the Shelter; grant compliance and reports; functions as liaison between the county contract monitor and the program.

Identifies potential problems in service delivery, personnel management, availability of resources, and participates in the management and resolution of these problems.

Provides direct supervision to the Senior Case Manager and Operations Manager including creating and administering all performance evaluations.

Overall monitoring of entire staff performance at the shelter.

On call to provide guidance 24 hours per day.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of principles, methods and procedures of case management, including trauma informed care, harm-reduction and housing first.
  • Knowledge of principles, methods and procedures in handling addiction, mental illness, and Co-Occurring diagnosed populations.
  • Ability to manage and maintain fiscal accountability.
  • Ability to comprehend and follow guidelines of grants and contract agreements.
  • Advocate for homeless population.
  • Master's degree in a human services field.  Will consider experience in lieu of Master's requirements.
  • Minimum of five years of supervisory experience.

How to Apply: Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to jobs@mcch.net (type "Program Director") in subject space.


Full-time Residential Aide - Greenrun Safe Havens - Gaithersburg

The Residential Aide will monitor the overall conduct and behavior of the clients in the facilities. This individual will also assist in meeting the basic needs of the clients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

A full-time Residential Aide is needed for overnight shift 12 a.m. until 8 a.m. Mon-Fri.  Greenrun Safe Havens, is a small, transitional shelter for women located in Gaithersburg, MD. Responsibilities include engaging with clients in the residential setting, monitoring activities of daily living, ensuring safety and security of house and residents, and communicating with other members of the Safe Havens team. High school diploma or GED, and experience in direct service to clients with mental illness and/or substance abuse required.

How to Apply:  Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to jobs@mcch.net (type "F/T RA Greenrun" in subject space).


Adrianne's Safe Haven a small, emergency housing program for men located in Rockville, MD. is currently seeking Relief/On-Call Residential Aides

Primary responsibilities include engaging with clients in the residential setting, monitoring activities of daily living, ensuring safety and security of house and residents, and communicating with other members of the Safe Havens team. High school diploma or GED, and experience in direct service to clients with mental illness and/or substance abuse required.

To Apply: Internal Candidates - Please follow the application process below to apply.

How to Apply: Please email resume to jobs@mcch.net and (type "Adrianne RA") in the subject line.


Residential Aide - On Call/Relief staff needed for Safe Havens Locations: Greenrun (Gaithersburg) and Laytonsville (Laytonsville, MD)

These locations are small, emergency housing facilities for women.  For this position you will be expected to be available to work evenings, nights and weekends.

Responsibilities: Engaging with clients in the residential setting, monitoring activities of daily living, ensuring safety and security of house and residents, and communicating with other members of the Safe Havens team.

Qualifications: High school diploma or GED, and experience in direct service to clients with mental illness and/or substance abuse required.

How to Apply: Please email your resumes to jobs@mcch.net (type "GR-LAY Relief") in the subject line.


Maplewood Safe Haven a small, emergency housing program for men located in Takoma Park, MD  is currently seeking a Relief/On-Call Residential Aide


Qualifications: High school diploma or GED, and experience in direct service to clients with mental illness and/or substance abuse required.

Responsibilities: Responsibilities include engaging with clients in the residential setting, monitoring activities of daily living, ensuring safety and security of house and residents, and communicating with other members of the Safe Havens team.  

How to Apply: Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to jobs@mcch.net (type "Maplewood Residential" in subject space).


Director of Real Estate for Coalition Homes, Inc.,
MCCH affiliate organization

The Director of Real Estate for Coalition Homes is an experienced affordable housing development and property management professional with a graduate degree, or minimum of 5 years experience with a relevant professional certificate in the field. The responsibilities of the Director of Real Estate require the ability to meet the diverse demands of the position, while maintaining a strong commitment to the social goals of special needs housing combining permanent housing with supportive services. The director will supervise two staff and be responsible for an annual budget in excess of $800,000. 

Property Management Qualifications: The candidate must have 2 years direct experience in residential property management, encompassing:

  • Accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, annual budgeting and budgeting variance reports
  • Tenant certifications and re-certifications typical of tax credit or Section 8 affordable housing
  • Compliance reporting and site audits
  • Procedures for rapid lease-up
  • Tenant relations
  • Maintenance procedures
  • Contracting for turnovers and routine property services
  • Application of fair housing laws
  • Organization of tenant files and property binders
  • Workable calendar for unit inspections, delinquency procedures and preventative maintenance

Housing Development and Asset Management: The candidate will be the asset manager for our housing portfolio units and be responsible for a small-scale acquisition program. The candidate must be self-directed and collaborative with the capability to:

  • Assess, recommend and select properties for acquisitions; assess internal and external real estate opportunities and risks.
  • Produce annual operating budgets, and review budgets. Work with Chief Financial Officer on a range of budget, loan compliance and audit responsibilities.
  • Fulfill a range of housing asset management responsibilities, including oversight of replacement reserves and long-term property capital needs.
  • Assist with oversight of third party property management on select projects.
  • Negotiate rent levels and annual rent increases with HUD, the Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission and other public funders based on prevailing rent levels in market.
  • Negotiate major repair projects, or oversee bidding activity conducted by third-party property management; review.  Revise and approve contract documents.
  • Represent the ownership's interest on insurance claims, regulatory compliance issues and lender monitoring inquiries.  Supervise the work of outside professional consultants as necessary.
  • Participate in Coalition Board meetings through written and oral presentations.
  • Work with attorney, consultants and lenders to review loan documents and regulatory agreements; assist in drafting professional agreements.
  • Seek and plan new opportunities to expand the supply of Coalition Homes' housing portfolio, including developing partnerships in the for-profit and non-profit housing sectors.

Desired Qualifications:
Knowledge of condominium and homeowners association practices, experience in local government or non-profit community development, experience with property management software and experience in the low income housing tax credit; construction cost estimating and bidding; construction management; architecture or urban planning; or real estate law. 

How to Apply: Send resumes to jobs@mcch.net with "Director of Real Estate" in the subject line. 


 

 

 

 

     
     

 

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