Housing System Coordinator

Housing System Coordinator

Housing System Coordinator  

Rose Brooks Center, a non-profit domestic violence agency, seeks a Housing System Coordinator whose primary role is to provide internal project management of a supportive services program that addresses the unique housing and safety needs of survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking. Responsibilities include development, evaluation and maintenance of the process associated with the database that tracks survivors’ progress through the local Coordinated Entry (homeless services) System.  Database responsibilities further include data entry, data management, quality assurance monitoring, and collaboration with partner agencies to ensure survivors have safe, confidential, equitable access to housing assistance. This position also provides training and consultation to internal and external service providers on survivor-centered practices that maximize client choice, safety and confidentiality, with topics including but not limited to safety planning, access to community resources, and laws protecting survivors’ rights and housing. This person will work directly with survivors to provide safety planning, crisis intervention, resources access, assessing and addressing potential housing barriers, and developing and executing an individualized housing and service plan, which may include diverting survivors out of the homeless service system. The Housing System Coordinator supports the mission and values of Rose Brooks Center and reports to the Director of Housing and Economic Advocacy.  


  1. Perform all job responsibilities while demonstrating proficiency in all RBC Competencies and a commitment to the overall mission of Rose Brooks Center.
  2. Perform functions of job according to agency policies and procedures.
  3. Attend scheduled staff and team meetings and trainings.
  4. Develop understanding of current available housing resources and eligibility requirements
  5. Maintain awareness of the risks of secondary trauma and one’s responsibility of self-care.


Required Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in social/human services, or commensurate
  • Program development and project management experience
  • Demonstrated leadership capacity, preferably in a domestic violence agency
  • Proven organizational, prioritization and time management skills
  • Thorough knowledge of domestic violence dynamics and best practices
  • Direct service experience with vulnerable populations
  • Demonstrated commitment to equitable and inclusive practices
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively and build and maintain positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally, including community partners
  • Experience in developing and delivering training to small and large groups, in person and remotely
  • Ability to function independently with minimal direct supervision
  • Valid Driver’s license and automobile insurance
  • Proficient computer literacy, specifically Windows/Microsoft Office and client services database, preferably HMIS-comparable

Preferred Experience/Skills

  • Bilingual proficiency in English/Spanish
  • Knowledge of/experience in Trauma Informed Care and Coordinated Entry System/administering HUD grants

Work Hours:

Full-time, exempt position. Minimum 40-hrs per week, which may include some evenings and weekends.

Compensation: This position falls into a salary range starting at $44,000 annually (exempt).

To Apply:  Apply online at https://www.rosebrooks.org/careers/

Deadline: Open until filled per required qualifications. For questions, please contact Human Resources (816) 523-5550 x7108.

Rose Brooks Center is an equal opportunity employer who values and embraces diversity.