CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

HOW TO APPLY: To apply for these positions, please send cover letter and resume.
If by mail: WLCAC, 10950 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90059, Attn: Human Resources Department
If by fax: (323) 563-4708 Attn: Paulette Hunter. If by email: to Paulette Hunter at paulette@wlcac.org.

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Office of Financial Affairs
POSITION: SENIOR FUND ACCOUNTANT

Non-exempt/full-time
Summary: Under the supervision of the WLCAC Controller, performs all aspects of accounting and related duties as assigned by the Controller including but not limited to analysis, audits and major reconciliations.
Qualifications:  Minimum five-years of progressively responsible accounting experience.  Bachelor’s degree or better in accounting required, computer literate with working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word, Sage Intaact or similar accounting software. Supervisory experience of 3 or more staff; Full knowledge of fund accounting theories and practices, experience in a non-profit accounting environment; strong oral and written communication skills, professional demeanor, team player; ability to interface with all levels in organization and external parties. Must possess valid California Driver’s license, vehicle insurability, crime insurability, capable of performing job duties and responsibilities, demonstrated knowledge of Sage Intacct, Microsoft Office suite, Excel for accounting purposes.  Background clearance required.
Compensation based on experience:  $52,425 – $70,262
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Office of Financial Affairs
POSITION:  PAYROLL CLERK

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the Payroll Manager will assist in processing employees’ paychecks by collecting payroll data and timesheets. 
Qualifications:  Responsible for general clerical duties answering phones, taking messages, creating files, labelling, filing, verifying timekeeping records, entering information and data into the ADP Workforce Now system.  Maintain confidentiality of all personnel documents and information, maintain all payroll operations according to company policies and procedures. 
Must be familiar with ADP software or like payroll computer systems and payroll processing.  High school diploma with a combination of accounting courses and 2 years of relevant experience.
Compensation based on experience:  $37,400 - $41,600
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Quality Assurance Department
POSITION:  TECHNICAL WRITER/CONTRACTS & GRANTS SUPPORT

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the General Manger of Development, provides support to reach funding goals and objectives. 
Qualifications:  Responsibilities include information gathering and coordinating with various department to develop grant proposals for funding of existing program and new funding opportunities. Responsible for all aspects of public and private proposal and program development for several of WLCAC program areas.  Requires leadership, coordination, program design, narrative drafting, budget creation, and supporting documentation.  Requires review and understanding of complex technical documents under deadlines. Work with other WLCAC program staff to ensure seamless program funding, implementation and performance as needed.
Requires minimum of two years grant writing experience and demonstrated success in securing grants awards of $5K-$1million. Experience with donor development, major gifts solicitation, program planning and business development is preferred. Proficient computer skills and internet research.  BA Degree in Urban Planning, Public Administration, Management or other related filed is highly desirable or commensurate experience.  Must have strong verbal and written communication skills.  Must possess a valid California Driver’s License and the ability to conform to vehicle insurance required by the agency.
Compensation based on experience:  $49,920 - $52,000
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Human Resources Department
POSITION:  EMPOYEE BENEFITS & RISK SUPPORT

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary:
This is a clerical support position within the Administrative Office, and this employee will be required to assist the Executive Manager Human Resources & Risk.  The primary assignment will be to assist with the overall management of employee benefits, medical insurance, life insurance, dental, vision, disability, and others as required. Files and manages records of benefit transactions and keeps calendar of premiums due and expiration dates of policies.  Prepare interdepartmental notices to inform employees of rates, renewals, and plan revisions annually as required.  Assist in researching benefits and obtaining quotes. Assist in compiling data for renewals, compiles statistical data for reports to Management and departments in WLCAC.
Qualifications: Two years of experience in related field.  Must possess an outgoing personality with strong verbal and written communication skills.  Must have a valid driver’s license and dependable vehicle with the required liability insurance coverage. Must be proficient in: Internet research and use, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.  Educational Requirements: Either Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Arts degree from a certified institution of higher learning is preferred.  Exceptional experience exceeding the minimal experience requirements and proven ability in the areas of clerical support, executive assistance, and office management will be considered.
Compensation based on experience:  $37,440 - $45,760
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Executive Office
POSITION:  EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO CEO

Exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the President/CEO, assist and support the President/CEO in daily activities, and oversee the day-to-day operation of Administration’s clerical support staff to ensure the smooth operation of the office of the President. 
Qualifications: Two years of experience in related field.  Must possess an outgoing personality with strong verbal and written communication skills.  Must have a valid driver’s license and dependable vehicle with the required liability insurance coverage. Must be proficient in: Internet research and use, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.  Educational Requirements: Either Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Arts degree from a certified institution of higher learning is preferred.  Exceptional experience exceeding the minimal experience requirements and proven ability in the areas of clerical support, executive assistance, and office management will be considered.
Compensation based on experience:  $45,000 - $55,000
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
Internet Technology Department
POSITION:  HELP DESK TECHNICIAN

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the Information Technology Supervisor, the Help Desk Technician is responsible for troubleshooting and resolving all computer related issues (hardware/software). This person is expected to identify, research, and resolve technical and process related problems as required. This position will support local and remote users working in the field as well as other offices.
 Qualifications:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The Technician must also assist users with computer hardware and/or software applications, network connectivity, database related issues, troubleshooting and resolution of technical problems, interact and respond promptly to end user requests, assist with other the management of other systems as needed, install and configure new computers and telephones, build and install cables, research and evaluate new software.  Must possess an AA Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or at least 3 years of experience supporting and troubleshooting PC, Mac, printer connectivity, phone line installs and familiarity with various operating systems.
 Compensation based on experience:  $18 - $20/hr
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Human Resources Department
POSITION:  VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the Director of Cultural Enrichment, the Volunteer Coordinator will coordinate and supervise all phases of the Volunteer Program through close coordination with management staff and supervisors.
Coordinates program at the administrative level and assists in determining organizational volunteer need; Responsible for recruitment, interviewing, and training of volunteers; Trains tour guides, composes correspondence, and replies to tour requests; Attends necessary internal training sessions and meeting (as required);
Maintains master files on personal data of program participants and records status changes; Coordinates volunteer job preference with volunteer skill set; Processes Volunteer Requisitions; Assigns volunteer to appropriate program/department; Counsels volunteer and staff; Supervises administrative volunteer staff; Assists with promotions of events; Prepares monthly and annual volunteer program-related reports; Provides office support when necessary;
Assists in planning annual recognition of volunteers; Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Three years of experience in Volunteer Coordination, and/or Public Relations.  Four-year college degree is highly desirable, must be skilled in office procedures.  Must possess an outgoing personality with strong verbal and written communication skills.  Public speaking and presentation skills are also required.  Must have a valid Driver’s License and a dependable vehicle with the required liability insurance coverage.  Computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access Database software.  Must have a flexible work schedule, as some weekend and evening participation is required.
Compensation based on experience:  $40,000 - $50,000
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Green Initiatives
POSITION: FARM MANAGER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Responsible for program oversight and management of the growing grounds at MudTown Farms and its satellite sites including all farm production-related activities, providing direct supervision and support to farm assistants, apprentices, and working closely with other staff and volunteers who provide educational programming on-site.  MudTown Farms is a 2.5 acre site in the heart of the Watts community.  Responsibilities include Plan and implement crop production, rotation, harvest schedules, growing techniques; Develop systems to track crop planning, bed rotation, and yields; operation and maintenance of irrigation systems; train, instruct staff and volunteers; Assist with refining curriculum of the Watts Certified Grower’s Certification Program.
Qualifications: Four years’ experience managing a farm or farm programs in an urban setting, demonstrated experience with farm machinery operation and working with a low stress livestock operation and performing duties such as fence building and maintenance is required.  Four years or more in supervision of staff and program oversight.  Self-motivated, cooperative, and flexible, ability to work independently; experience using organic/biodynamic principles; Familiar with indigenous growing practices and crops; Experience working with farm machinery, carpentry skills, and interest in working with youth and diverse populations, Fluent in English and Spanish speaking a plus.
Compensation based on experience: $ 45,760-52,000/yr.
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Green Initiatives
POSITION: YOUTH YARDNER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the direction of the Farm Manager, the Youth Yardners will assist with community outreach and engagement. The Youth Yardner will also maintain the growing grounds and all farm-related activities as well as provide support for all installation and maintenance of neighborhood-based garden installations.
This is a 24-month position for approximately 30 hours per week. Must complete the Watts Growers Certification training; assist with plant production and maintenance of the growing grounds; assist volunteer with community-based garden installations in the Program; assist residents with long-term maintenance of community –based garden installations; assist with community engagement and outreach for farm activities and programming; support composting efforts.
Qualifications: Youth ages 18-24; no prior farm or gardening experience required; effective verbal and written communication skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel.  The ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or bacgrounds is required along with interest in urban agriculture, gardening, or farming; willingness to learn.
Compensation based on experience:  $15.00-$18.00/hr.
 
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Green Initiatives
POSITION: FARM ASSISTANT/EDUCATOR

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the direction of the Farm Manager, the Farm Assistant/Educator will assist with the maintenance of the growing grounds; provide support for neighborhood-based garden installations and all other farm=related activities.  This position will also participate in the implementation of educational programming with various groups and populations.   Responsibilities include: assist with plant production and maintenance of the growing grounds; assist with the implementation of the Watts Certified Grower’s Certifications Program; facility classroom and online farm training, and garden workshops; assist with coordination of community-based garden installations; provide mentoring and coaching volunteers and youth trainees; assist with community engagement and outreach; provide clerical tasks such as filing, data entry, and administrative paperwork; work with Service Coordinator with data collection, program monitoring and reporting.
Qualifications:  Minimum of two years’ experience working on a farm or urban agricultural setting; demonstrated knowledge and experience with planting, pest management, irrigation, lite farm machinery operation, and performing farm duties such a building raised beds, building berms, trellising, and companion planting. Effective verbal and written communication skills required; organizational skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel. Cultural sensitivity and ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds is required., self-motivated, cooperative, and flexible working with farm machinery, working with youth and youth programs, ability to speak, read, and write in English and Spanish.
Compensation based on experience: $39,520-$43,680/yr.
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Handyworker Project
POSITION: REHAB WORKER/DRIVER

Non-exempt/full-time  
 Summary: Reports to the Rehabilitation Leadman and responsible for transporting workers and supplies and materials to and from the job sites.  Performs housing repairs and maintenance tasks which include minor plumbing, painting, tile/flooring repair and installation, drywall repair and installation, lighting repairs.  Responsible for maintenance and upkeep of vehicle assigned, maintain mileage and maintenance records, daily vehicle inspections. 
Qualifications: Must have a valid California Class C driver’s license with safe driving history as demonstrated by DMV report (H6 printout required).  Minimum of two years’ job experience, drug screening and security clearance required. Must have good customer service skills.  High school or better required, prefer some technical construction skills training and/or skilled trade certifications.
Compensation based on experience:   $14.25 - $16hr.
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Property Management Dept
POSITION: LANDSCAPE GROUNDSKEEPING SPECIALIST

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Performs landscaping services to WLCAC owned properties.  Must have a minimum of 3 years landscaping experience working on commercial/residential properties, must be familiar with required vehicles and powered equipment; fertilizing, pruning shrubbery/trees; safe handling of equipment and materials, pruning, maintain lawns. Experience with tree trimming and handling required equipment and tools. 
Qualifications: Must have a current California driver’s license and personal insurance, good driving record. Able to work in a standing position for up to 8 hours per day.
Compensation based on experience:    $14.25- $16/hr.
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Handyworker Project
POSITION:  PROJECT MANAGER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: To plan, coordinate, and supervise all phases of construction, renovation, maintenance and repair projects consisting of housing restoration projects as required under the City and County Handyworker Programs and Sempra Energy Weatherization Programs; Supervises the overall activities of WLCAC’s Property Restoration staff, skilled and unskilled laborers. Maintains good public relations through personal contacts with representatives of mass media and various other agencies and organizations of common interest and distribute literature regarding program services.
Responsible for recruiting more disabled and elderly clients by scheduling meetings, giving talks and explaining the services provided under the Handyworker programs. Provides information to the public regarding the program using mass communication media, such as radio, television, newspapers, magazines, reports and photographs.
Develops a cost-effective plan and schedule for completion of project/s.
Qualifications: Minimum of five years’ employment experience assisting and/or supervising construction projects.
Licensed contractor (highly desirable) with demonstrated experience in construction management.  Excellent written
and oral communication skills, familiar with computer software (Excel and Word a must). Must be able to read
architectural and engineering plans and specifications, estimating and job costing. Must possess a valid California
Driver’s License and the ability to conform to vehicle insurance required by the Agency.  May be required to submit to
drug and alcohol screening and background clearances.  Graduate of a four-year degree program in construction
management or construction science is desirable. Years of experience may be substituted for degree.
Compensation based on experience:  $46,000 - 55,000
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Restoration Services
POSITION: WAREHOUSEMAN

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the Facility and Property Maintenance Managers, the Warehouseman is responsible for overall operation of the warehouse. They will perform an array of functions that may include: maintaining inventory, checking equipment in and out, maintaining the equipment in ready to use status, receiving and processing incoming stock and materials, picking and filling orders from stock, along with managing, organizing and retrieving stock in the warehouse.  The warehouseman will assure that the warehouse is maintained in a constant state of readiness for inspection.  This means that all aisles and surfaces are kept free and clear of items and/or debris needing to be placed in its proper storage place.
Qualifications: Must be able to lift 50lbs or more without assistance.  Must be able to work above head as required per job. Must possess the following attributes or characteristics.  Teamwork, coordination, organization, planning, time management, reporting skills, inventory control, documentation skills, equipment maintenance, data entry skills, dependability, punctuality.
Compensation based on experience:  $20/hr
ENTERPRISE DIVISION
Restoration Services
POSITION:  CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary:  Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, the Cultural Development Manager is responsible for the activation and implementation of Cultural Development (CD) events, programs and services for WLCAC.  Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, monitoring present CD activities, assisting in efforts to promote retention and growth of the department and attracting new clients and visitors. Work is characterized by a substantial assignment of managerial and administrative duties associated with planning, and activating CD projects and programs; coordinating with development interests: providing assistance in the implementation and promotion of related programs and events.  The CD Manager will oversee the Volunteer Center operation and will participate as an active member in all Fundraising Committee, Culture Committee and Marketing Committee meetings.  The CD Manager will co-chair the Culture Committee with the CEO and will participate in its budgeting process with the CEO, COO, and Assistant Controller.
Qualifications: Must be able to Monitor and assure readiness of The Center and related points of interest on a daily basis; Develop and maintain a comprehensive inventory of content, supplies and equipment essential to the production of slated events and activities; Participate in the conception and production of grant applications related to CD infrastructure and programming; Coordinate and negotiate service contracts related to CD as assigned;
Attend various meetings and conferences; prepare agendas, presentations and minutes of meetings as required.
Assist in the preparation of the CD Management budget; ensure financial accountability and appropriate record keeping and internal controls by working directly with assigned accounting staff. Assist in the development of a comprehensive plan for improving community relations and public relations to include promoting neighborhood engagement, beautification projects, community forums, and marketing for CD; 
Compensation based on experience:  $55,000 - $65,000
SENIOR SERVICES DIVISION
Nutrition and Multipurpose Services 
POSITION:  SENIOR SERVICES IN-HOME SUPPORT

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Provide clients with light household maintenance, provide personal care to the frail elderly. Work will consist of light routine maintenance such as dusting, vacuuming, laundry, washing dishes and meal preparation.  Personal care will include washing and combing client’s hair, assist with dressing.  Maintain daily records of services. 
Qualifications: Must be a mature, responsible and reliable individual.  Health screening and background clearances are required.  Computer literacy and data entry experience preferred.  High school graduate with some experience with practical nursing or homecare of elderly required. 
Compensation based on experience:  $14.25 - $16/hr.
SENIOR SERVICES DIVISION
Nutrition and Multipurpose Services 
POSITION:  PASSENGER DRIVER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the Prop. The Transportation Coordinator operates passenger vans for door-to-door services for elderly clients, 60 years of age and older. Responsible for assisting each client into the vehicle, securing wheelchair tie downs and seatbelts when necessary, adhering to daily transit schedules.  Responsible for maintaining records of time, mileage and other data requested by Supervisor.  Requires daily maintenance of service vehicle including, cleaning,
refueling, vehicle inspections, checking for vehicle defects and submitting on daily reports.
Qualifications: Must have a valid class “B” Driver’s License, DMV H6 printout demonstrating a good driving record and must submit to drug screening as required by Federal and State Laws and submit to annual TB Testing, CPR and medical clearance. Background clearance required. Requires a minimum of two-years driving experience, preferably in a community service organization. Requires High school diploma or GED equivalent and will be required to take driving tests and must be able to read and write.
Compensation based on experience:   $14.25 - $16/hr.
SENIOR SERVICES DIVISION
Nutrition and Multipurpose Services 
POSITION:  TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the senior services program director, the transportation coordinator, supervises operation of the transportation department passenger vans for door-to-door services for elderly clients, 60 years of age and older.  Responsible for ensuring compliance of City and WLCAC transportation guidelines are adhered to, preparing daily transit schedules.  Responsible for maintaining records of time, mileage and other data in client tracking system. Must conduct Driver inspection of daily maintenance of service vehicle/s including, cleaning, refueling, vehicle inspections, checking for vehicle defects and daily reports are submitted by drivers.
Qualifications:  Must have a valid class “B” Driver’s license, DMV H6 printout demonstrating a good driving record and must submit to drug screening as required by Federal and State Laws and submit to annual TB testing, CPR, and medical clearance. Background clearance required upon conditional job offer.  Requires a minimum of two-years driving experience, preferably in a community service organization.  Requires High school diploma or GED equivalent, AA Degree preferred and must be able to read and write.
Compensation based on experience:  $3,000/month
SENIOR SERVICES DIVISION
Nutrition and Multipurpose Services 
POSITION:  SENIOR SERVICES CASE MANAGER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Responsible for providing efficient, thorough, and effective case management services which include a comprehensive assessment of clients, development of a written Care Plan with measurable outcomes, arranged and assess the need for additional services. Monitor and review in-home services; paperwork and arrangement and coordination of services, and client follow-up to monitor the effectiveness of the services units of services. Conduct client intakes using the City of Los Angeles Department of Aging (DOA) assessment with potential clients to identify needs and determine client eligibility. Perform in-home assessment within 14 days of completing intake process. Develop a written care plan with measurable outcomes to address client needs and resolve problems. Arrange, coordinate and supervise in-home services on behalf of the client.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in human services or related field preferred, will accept Bachelor’s Degree in human services or related field. Minimum two years’ experience working with older adults or at-risk population. Fluency in English (bilingual in Spanish strongly preferred) Previous experience working with an ethically and economically diverse population. Previous care management experience strongly preferred.
Compensation based on experience:  $3,000/mo.
SENIOR SERVICES DIVISION
Nutrition and Multipurpose Services 
POSITION:  NUTRITION DRIVER (FOOD TRANSPORTATION

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the Nutrition Transit Coordinator, responsible for operating a vehicle and delivering meals to designated satellite nutrition sites where one unloads and delivers food items and related food serving containers according to the manifest.  Driver may also deliver to shut-in (disabled) clients.  Responsible to maintaining vehicle in good operating condition, cleaned, re-fueled, regular vehicle preventive maintenance, daily inspection and reporting any vehicle defects and/or repairs required for safe operation.
Qualifications: Driver must possess a valid Class C California Driver’s license, demonstrating good driving DMV H6 printout, must be of insurable age.  Must have good customer service skills, and able to work with the elderly clientele.  High School degree or better desired with minimum driving experience of two years.
Compensation based on experience:  $15 - $16/hr.
WLCAC HOMELESS SERVICES DIVISION
Service and Housing Programs
POSITION: BENEFITS ADVOCATE

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the Homeless/Housing Program Director and the Benefits Advocacy Program Coordinator, the Benefits Advocate will work with clients to complete Benefits applications, participate in benefits advocacy process and coordinate program activities.  Essential functions will include – Ensure benefits services are provided at DPSS office; participate in trainings and research to ensure utilizing up to date information; conduct initial application appointments and fully complete initial application and all pertinent paperwork for SSI benefits; collect data, maintain files/records, ensure timeliness of documents, reporting as required.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from accredited college or university, experience/knowledge of supplemental income/disability insurance benefits or related experience; or AA degree in related field and three years of experience. Knowledge of basic computer programs, strong written and verbal skills, ability to work with a team and a self-starter; ability to work with diverse clients and co-workers, and disadvantaged and at-risk client population.
Compensation based on experience:  $16 - $19/hr.
WLCAC HOMELESS SERVICES DIVISION
Service and Housing Programs
POSITION: CASE MANAGER-HOUSING NAVIGATOR

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator and the Director of Homeless Services, the case manager-advocate will provide program support and case management to male clients/ resident’s in WLCAC permanent supportive housing program.  The Case Manager-Advocate will have the responsibility to act as an advocate with social service agencies on behalf of clients with a goal to restore, obtain and maintain public benefits and entitlements.  The advocate will provide supportive services case management to all clients in a manner consistent with established protocols.
Qualifications: Requires a Bachelor of Arts Degree in social work, psychology, sociology or a related field is desirable. Experience in the field of homeless services delivery.  Minimum of three years of experience in the field of social service, preferably with homeless population and/or substance abuse programs; excellent verbal and written skills; Bilingual desirable; must have own vehicle with safe driving record (H6 DMVR required) current license and current insurance coverage; Job requires tolerance, patience, flexibility, and ability to work independently and as a team.
Compensation based on experience: $16 - $19/hr.
WLCAC HOMELESS SERVICES DIVISION
Service and Housing Programs
POSITION:  DMH PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM CASE MANAGER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Is part of a team of case managers under the supervision of the Program Coordinator and Homeless/Housing Program Director.  Responsible to intake and assessment of clients for the PSH Program with Clinical Manager; delivery of on-going wrap-around case management for up to 25 households, including assistance with housing stability, regular communication with DMH and other service providers, linkage to necessary community resources, etc.; assist clients
with Housing Search; provision of crisis intervention and housing stability services with responsible staff, and other services as described in the job description.
Qualifications: A Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology or related field/s.  Experience in homeless services delivery; at least four years’ experience in social service field; excellent verbal and written skills; computer literate.; Job requires tolerance, patience, flexibility, and ability to work independently and as a team.
Compensation based on experience:  $17 - $19/hr.
WLCAC HOMELESS SERVICES DIVISION
Service and Housing Programs
POSITION:  DMH PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAM CASE MANAGER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Is part of a team of case managers under the supervision of the Program Coordinator and Homeless/Housing Program Director.  Responsible to intake and assessment of clients for the PSH Program with Clinical Manager; delivery of on-going wrap-around case management for up to 25 households, including assistance with housing stability, regular communication with DMH and other service providers, linkage to necessary community resources, etc.; assist clients
with Housing Search; provision of crisis intervention and housing stability services with responsible staff, and other services as described in the job description.
Qualifications: A Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology or related field/s.  Experience in homeless services delivery; at least four years’ experience in social service field; excellent verbal and written skills; computer literate.; Job requires tolerance, patience, flexibility, and ability to work independently and as a team.
Compensation based on experience:  $17 - $19/hr.
For GREATER WATTS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (A WLCAC SUBSIDIARY)
POSITION: PROJECT MANAGER

Non-exempt/full-time  
Summary: Under general supervision of the VP of Real Estate Development, provides and performs a variety of responsible project management duties in the acquisition and development of affordable housing projects; assists in every aspect of corporate and departmental operations, including but not limited to, assisting with the preparation and submission of proposals, project management of capital improvement, permits and entitlements of projects, information gathering, and the provision of support to the grants/contracts management and implementation functions of the corporation.
Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree or better in such fields as Urban Planning, Engineering, Architecture or Urban Studies and other related fields is highly desirable.  Must have five years plus related work experience.  Demonstrated proficiency level in Microsoft Office Suite software.  Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing, ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment where deadlines are critical and prioritizing work flow is essential.  Ability to read and create architectural plans.
Compensation based on experience:    $75,000 - $90,000
For ALICE MANOR, INC (A WLCAC SUBSIDIARY)
POSITION: ON-SITE PROPERTY MANAGER

Non-exempt/full time
Summary: Under the direction of the WLCAC Property Manager, the On-Site Manager is responsible for ensuring and enforcing policies, procedures and programs that will assure a well-managed, well-maintained building within established management operating and assuring compliance with all regulatory agencies. This includes developing within the project a supportive environment for all residents, assuring that the property is a well-maintained and safe.  The Site-manager must relate well to people, must exercise good judgment and discretion in dealing with residents, visitors, vendors, and staff. Site Managers who live on-site will be responsible for performing all of the duties and responsibilities of a Night Manager which includes responding to all after-hours emergencies or building problems that arise.
Qualifications: Minimum of three years of related work experience; computer literacy and proficiency with software such as Word, Excel, and Power Point.  Very good written and oral communication skills, ability to work in a diverse cultural setting with staff, contractors, community members, funding entities, and other affiliates in a professional manned.  Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Urban Studies, or Business Administration.  Valid California driver’s license and insurable.
Compensation based on experience.
HOW TO APPLY: To apply for these positions, please send cover letter and resume.
If by mail: WLCAC, 10950 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90059, Attn: Human Resources Department
If by fax: (323) 563-4708 Attn: Paulette Hunter. If by email: to Paulette Hunter at paulette@wlcac.org.