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Job  Title:  
Workforce  Development  Coordinator    
Status/Classification:   Full-­‐time,  Non-­‐exempt    
Director  of  Supportive  Services  and  Resident  Engagement    
Agency  Description:    
The  San  Francisco  Housing  Development  Corporation  (SFHDC)  is  a  501(c)3  non-­‐profit  corporation  formed  in  1988  by  
primarily  San  Francisco  African  American  community  leaders  who  were  interested  in  combating  the  widespread  
displacement  of  residents  through  ‘redevelopment  programs’  that  disproportionately  affected  African  Americans  and  
other  people  of  color.  Focused  on  serving  people  of  color,  our  mission  is  to  foster  financial  stability  through  the  
development  of  affordable  housing,  the  facilitation  of  homeownership  and  the  economic  empowerment  and  
revitalization  of  Bayview  Hunters  Point  and  other  neighborhoods  of  Southeast  San  Francisco.    
The  Employment  Program  Coordinator  will  develop  and  maintain  a  workforce  development  program  for  the  residents  of  
Westbrook  Apartments,  a  current  public  housing  site  that  will  transfer  to  private  management  and  undergo  renovation  
in  mid-­‐2016  through  the  Rental  Assistance  Demonstration  (“RAD”)  Program.    The  housing  and  offices  are  located  in  the  
Bayview  Hunters  Point  area  of  San  Francisco.    This  new  position  will  provide  residents  with  individualized  employment  
services,  including  but  is  not  limited  to:    skill  and  experience  assessment;  identification  of  potential  careers  or  
employment  opportunities;  coaching  and  referrals  for  employment  opportunities;  delivery  of  workshops  and/or  training  
activities  for  participants  including  job  readiness;  development  of  relationships  and  engagement  with  community  
employers;  all  other  activities  relating  to  assistance  in  permanent  employment  for  participants.  It  is  anticipated  this  
position  will  be  funded  for  a  minimum  of  2  years,  and  may  turn  into  a  permanent  position  if  funding  is  available.  
Duties  and  Responsibilities:    

Develop  and  maintain  relationships  with  employers  that  promote  the  hiring  of  referred  residents.    

Maintain  an  active  caseload  of  participants  and  employers  (account  management).  

Achieve  projected  employment  outcomes  on  a  monthly  basis  as  determined  in  work  plan.  

Monitor  participants’  progress  towards  employment  obtainment,  and  assist  in  preparing  individuals  for  

Conduct  extensive  job  preparation,  including  skills  assessment,  resume  development,  job  search,  interview  
preparation  and  job  retention.  

Provide  comprehensive  on  and  off-­‐site  job  retention  services  and  periodic  follow-­‐ups  with  participants.    

Participate  in  the  planning  and  implementation  of  activities  designed  to  promote  the  hiring  of  residents.  

Keep  accurate  and  up-­‐to-­‐date  records  and  information  on  residents,  employers,  placements  and  all  related  

Report  progress,  outcomes  and  activities  on  a  scheduled  basis.  

Provide  scheduled  employment  workshops  to  residents  in  a  group  or  individualized  setting.  

Assist  in  developing  worksites  for  the  placement  residents  in  a  Work  Experience  employment  site.  

Collaborate  with  assigned  staff  and  partners  on  participant  needs  

Maintain  an  in-­‐depth  knowledge  of  local  labor  market  and  employment  trends.  

Other  duties  as  assigned  by  Director  of  Supportive  Services  and  Resident  Engagement.  


A  Bachelor's  degree  in  Social  Work,  Psychology,  Sociology,  or  other  human  services  field  of  study.        

 Three  (3)  years  or  more  of  experience  in  case  management,  career  counseling,  assessment,  vocational  
evaluation  and  similar  vocational  development  activities.    

Experience  with  programs  in  the  Bayview  Hunters  Point,  San  Francisco  area,  or  another  area  with  similar  

Experience  providing  career  advising  and  case  management  to  persons  with  high  barriers  to  employment  
(i.e.,  poverty,  welfare  dependence,  limited  English  ability,  ex-­‐offender  status,  age)  is  highly  desired.  

Bilingual    (any  of  the  following:  Spanish,  Samoan,  Mandarin,  Cantonese)  preferred  

Ability  to  maintain  accurate  client  files  and  impeccable  documentation.    

• Excellent  written  and  oral  communication  skills.    
• Strong  organizational,  detail  oriented,  and  time  management  skills    
• Proven   ability   to   work   independently,   effectively   as   an   individual   and   part   of   the   team   (this   position’s  
supervisor  is  off  site,  requiring  weekly  supervision  meetings.    

Strong  computer,  communication  and  organizational  skills.        

Reliable  transportation,  proof  of  a  valid  and  current  California  Driver’s  License,  current  auto  insurance  and  an  
acceptable  DMV  report  are  required.    

Notice:  This  description  is  to  be  used  as  a  guide  only.    It  does  not  constitute  a  contract,  commitment  or  promise  of  any  
kind.    SFHDC  reserves  the  right  to  change,  add,  delete,  upgrade  or  downgrade  the  position  as  dictated  by business

necessity at anytime with or without notice.
The San Francisco Housing Development Corporation
is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace

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