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LPCS JOB OPPORTUNITIES

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We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Lead Interim Housing Coordinator (Click here for job description)

The Lead Interim Housing Coordinator at Lincoln Park Community Services reports directly to the Sites Manager and plays a pivotal role in enhancing the community environment for guests in the Interim Housing Program. This position is instrumental in maintaining a safe, healthy, and respectful atmosphere, which is critical for empowering individuals facing homelessness to make sustainable life changes. Responsibilities include coordinating program operations, enforcing policies with a compassionate approach, and providing direct support to guests. The role also involves managing community and volunteer interactions, ensuring consistent communication and operational continuity, all contributing significantly to the program's impact and effectiveness.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Lead Interim Housing Coordinator" in the subject line.

Interim Housing Program Case Manager (Click here for job description)

For LPCS clients to reach their maximum potential, each needs a stable, safe, healthy, positive place in which to make life changes. The Interim Housing Program Case Manager is responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy and respectful relationship with Guests and Graduates of the interim housing facility and clients of LPCS living elsewhere in the community. Clients will become more invested in their own life changes when they feel connected to something larger than themselves – a community.  The Case Manager encourages clients to engage in LPCS’ community and in their immediate community. Through this relationship, the Case Manager connects clients to other social service agencies, resulting in greater social skills and more positive decision-making abilities.     

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Interim Housing Program Case Manager" in the subject line.

Interim Housing Coordinator (Click here for job description)

In order for LPCS programs to reach their maximum potential, Guests need a stable, safe, healthy, and positive place in which to make life changes. The Interim Housing Coordinators are responsible for creating and ensuring a safe, healthy, and respectful community for Guests. Guests will become more invested in their own life changes when they feel connected to something larger than themselves – a community. They will see how their actions affect the community, and how they can learn and benefit from others in the community. Creating this sense of community will result in greater social skills and more positive decision-making abilities, which in turn will lead to more lasting life changes.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Interim Housing Coordinator" in the subject line and indicate your preference for full time (Monday-Friday) or part-time (Saturday and Sunday).

Director of Finance & Administration (Click here for job description)

The Director of Finance & Administration, reports to the CEO and will lead and oversee the financial activities of the organization and provide oversight to administrative functions in operations & facilities, human resources, and IT. Key responsibilities include financial reporting, treasury management, cash forecasting, and fiscal management of public and private contracts in accordance with all agency, public and private funder requirements. Additionally, the Director of Finance provides oversight of the Operations Manager covering employee benefit administration, IT services, facilities and other administrative duties as assigned. Additionally, the Director of Finance is responsible for maintaining and adhering to all Lincoln Park Community Services (LPCS) policies and for staffing the Board of Director’s Finance Committee. The Director of Finance works closely with the CEO on all aspects of compliance with LPCS, state and city financing/grant funding, and provides proactive analysis of organization financials and budget planning and forecasts predicting future opportunities for growth on an ongoing basis.

 

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Director of Finance & Administration" in the subject line 

Accountant (Click here for job description)

The Accountant at Lincoln Park Community Services is a key support for the organization's accounting and financial activities. Reporting to the Director of Finance and Administration, this role involves handling accounting transactions, preparing financial reports, ensuring timely bank payments, and assisting with monthly reconciliations and audits. The Accountant plays a crucial role in maintaining financial health and compliance, reinforcing data confidentiality, and supporting the mission to empower individuals facing homelessness and poverty towards stable housing and sustainable life changes.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Accountant" in the subject line.

Development & Communications Coordinator (Click here for job description)

The Development & Communications Coordinator at Lincoln Park Community Services supports the development team in various tasks, including gift acknowledgement, fundraising event execution, and managing social media content. This role requires a collaborative, dynamic, and organized professional who can navigate a fast-paced environment, committed to increasing LPCS's impact through strong belief in its mission. Responsibilities span development support, digital communications, fundraising and community engagement events, and administrative duties, highlighting the importance of this role in advancing the organization's objectives.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Development & Communications Coordinator" in the subject line.

Independent Community Living Program (PSH) Case Manager (Click here for job description)

The Independent Community Living Program Case Manager, under the Program Director's supervision, plays a vital role in enhancing clients' well-being by fostering safe, healthy, and respectful relationships. This role emphasizes community engagement, promoting independence through case management, and connecting clients with vital services to improve social skills and decision-making. Responsibilities include managing a caseload, conducting assessments, developing individualized plans, and facilitating life skills workshops, alongside rent management and after-hours support. This position collaborates closely with other agencies to provide comprehensive services and housing options for our Scattered-Sites Permanent Supportive Housing clients.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "ICLP Case Manager " in the subject line.

Street Outreach Worker (Click here for job description)

The Street Outreach Worker, reporting to the Street Outreach Program Manager, plays a crucial role in engaging individuals experiencing street-based homelessness in Chicago, fostering safe, respectful relationships to motivate life changes. This position involves connecting individuals with services and resources, promoting community engagement, and case management with a focus on stable housing. Additionally, the worker contributes to program reporting and collaboration, ensuring a comprehensive service continuum for participants and maintaining partnerships with other social service agencies.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Street Outreach Worker" in the subject line.

Executive Assistant to the CEO (Click here for job description)

The Executive Assistant to the CEO is responsible for providing comprehensive support to the CEO and Board of Directors as needed. This dynamic position requires the ability to anticipate needs, think critically, and offer solutions to problems with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality. The successful candidate will be committed to the mission of LPCS and excited for the opportunity to leverage their organizational and interpersonal skills in support of our work in a position that provides visibility and support into strategic and programmatic decision making.

If interested, please send your resume to recruitment@lpcschicago.org with "Executive Assistant to the CEO" in the subject line.

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