Career Opportunities

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Director of Fair Housing Enforcement (Civil Rights Attorney Position)

SSHC has an immediate opening for a civil rights attorney to serve as the Director of Fair Housing Enforcement (Director). The Director will report to the Executive Director and will be responsible for supervising enforcement team staff, managing and investigating housing discrimination complaints, providing direction and oversight for the testing program, and implementing strategies for conducting outreach and education. The Director will also provide legal advice and limited representation of SSHC clients in formal actions, as well as providing legal support for SSHC’s general counsel on litigation.

The Director will play a key role in creating strategies for the Enforcement program, developing staff, and planning for its growth and sustenance.

Applications will be accepted until June 17, 2022, or until the position is filled.


Housing Counseling Program Manager

The Housing Counseling Program Manager reports to the Director of Homeownership and is directly responsible for the management and administration of SSHC’s Homebuyer Education and Counseling program. This individual will manage housing counselors that provide Comprehensive One-on-One Counseling services for pre- & post- purchase homebuyers, group Educational Workshops, and Financial Literacy Education that is consistent with the organization’s vision, policies, and procedures and compliant with regulatory and funding requirements.

Applications will be accepted until May 31, 2022, or until the position is filled.


Housing Counselor

The Housing Counselor is primarily responsible for conducting group education/workshops for homebuyer education, financial capability (budget, savings, and credit management), and one-on-one housing counseling (including pre-purchase, post-purchase, and default/foreclosure assistance). Housing Counselors provide expert advice customized to the client’s individual needs to address housing barriers and achieve housing goals. This process includes, but is not limited to client intake, financial and affordability analysis, action plan development, and follow-up.  

Applications will be accepted until May 31, 2022, or until the position is filled.


Housing Counseling Support Specialist

The Housing Counseling Support Specialist will function as the “first point of contact” for clients contacting our agency for assistance. The Support Specialist will be responsible for identifying client needs and assisting them through our intake process or actively providing referral resources for services not provided by SSHC. The Support Specialist will also provide administrative and case file support to the Housing Counseling program team, along with providing direct client outreach and support for various grant programs.

Applications will be accepted until May 31, 2022, or until the position is filled.