JOB OPENING: Courtesy Monitor

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COURTESY MONITOR at DOWNTOWN @700-2nd APARTMENTS JOB SUMMARY *** Successful Candidates MUST be dependable and able to work Evening, Weekend, and Holiday Shifts.*** The primary function of the Courtesy Monitor is to provide tenant assistance on night and weekends, conduct nightly inspections to ensure security of property, and perform cleaning duties as directed by Property […]

Welcoming Home Youth In Transition

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At our Welcome Home Fundraiser, three of the silent auction items were room ensembles donated by CORT furniture and bid on by luncheon attendees. A big thank you to Joell Ackerman of Heading Home who made the winning bid and promptly donated the dining room and kitchen accessories back to SHC for a newly housed […]

Downtown @700-2nd Hosts 3rd Annual Poetry For A Cause

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Samantha Romero, Property Manager at Downtown @700-2nd, has been involved in the poetry community for 15 years either writing it or performing her work at Poetry Slams. Poetry Slams are a type of competition where people read their poems without props, costumes, or music. After performing, they receive scores (0-10) from 5 randomly selected judges. Albuquerque has […]

JOB OPENING: Administrative Assistant

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          THIS JOB IS CLOSED JOB SUMMARY:   The Administrative Assistant provides intake, administrative, and program support to all departments. Hours are 10am-5pm M-F, 30 hours total; $15 per hour RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: Act as the initial representative of Supportive Housing Coalition, embodying SHC values of integrity, empowerment, and belonging. Provide front desk coverage, […]

JOB OPENING: Service Coordinator

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THIS JOB IS CLOSED Full time, $16 – $17 per hour JOB SUMMARY:   The Service Coordinator uses a person-centered approach to offer supportive services to persons emerging from homelessness in scattered-site, supportive housing settings. Services include initial assessments, developing Individual Self-Sufficiency Plans (ISP), crisis intervention, increasing access to benefits/healthcare, community integration, and community development within […]

Holiday Bowl Month of Giving to Benefit SHC!

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Skidmore’s Holiday Bowl has gone through some major renovations recently and they are celebrating with a “Month of Giving.” According to the Albuquerque Journal, Holiday Bowl has finished the first phase of an overhaul intended to turn the 60-year-old business into what the owners are calling a 30,000-square-foot “entertainment destination.” Located at 7515 Lomas Boulevard in […]

JOB OPENING: Housing Specialist

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THIS JOB IS CLOSED JOB SUMMARY: SHC is seeking a full-time Housing Specialist in Albuquerque, NM. The Housing Specialists uses a person-centered approach to coordinate all tasks necessary to link persons emerging from homelessness to tenant-based rental assistance and permanent housing, integrating evidence-based practices effective with individuals and families who have experienced homelessness. The Housing […]

JOB OPENING: Maintenance Technician – Albuquerque

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              THIS JOB IS CLOSED JOB SUMMARY: SHC-NM is seeking a reliable full-time residential Maintenance Technician for two of our properties in Albuquerque, NM housing low-income persons with mental health diagnoses and persons with disabilities. The Maintenance Technician services the assigned property responding to all preventative maintenance, property work […]

SHC Launches 2018 Year End Campaign

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On December 1, SHC launched its 2018 Year End Campaign for our Housing Support Fund. Your gift allows us to provide assistance to hundreds of individuals and families, create a welcoming, well maintained, and supportive environment for our formerly homeless tenants, and expand their access to health services, life skills, education, and the larger community. […]