Bath Housing is seeking a Resident Service Coordinator (RSC) to assist residents in achieving maximum independence, self-sufficiency, and well-being. This position will assist residents in accessing resources including educational opportunities, financial assistance, health care/personal support services, personal finance/budgeting information, nutrition education, food assistance, and socialization opportunities such as community gardens and recreational activities. It will also provide orientations to new residents, coordinate volunteer programs, communicate with residents on a regular basis, and handle resident complaints, problems and requests for assistance. The RSC serves as a liaison with community agencies and works in collaboration with the entire Bath Housing team.
Our staff is passionate about affordable housing and the positive impact it has on lives and communities. We care deeply about people – those who urgently need housing, those who live in the homes we develop and manage, and our employees who work hard to support them. We take the professional development of our employees very seriously and place high value on training and employee health and wellness.
Candidates should possess a four-year college degree with a major in social services or equivalent work experience and at least two years’ experience in a related field. Experience in subsidized housing is preferred. Candidates should be familiar with state, federal, and community resources for low-income households, including services for older adults and people with disabilities. Candidates should exhibit excellent initiative and communication skills. Full job description is available upon request. This is a full-time position with a salary range of $16.57-$23.06 per hour depending on skill and experience level. Bath Housing has an excellent benefits package (see https://www.bathhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/2020-Benefit-Summary.pdf). Please send cover letter and resume to: . Bath Housing is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is covered under Section 3 of the HUD Act of 1968.