Sisters Place, Inc. is seeking a full-time qualified candidate to fill the role of Community Resource Coordinator (CRC). Sisters Place, Inc. (SP) was founded in 1993 by local Catholic congregations of religious women in response to the Gospel imperative of love of neighbor and service to the homeless and impoverished in our community. Sisters Place, Inc.’s mission statement is “to faithfully provide opportunities for families and individuals to overcome poverty and homelessness through empowerment, housing, wellness, personal and professional advancement services.” SP operates in Pittsburgh, PA with its headquarters located in Mt. Oliver.
The individual who will fill the CRC role will be the first point of contact for guests, constituents, and clients. The best candidate for this opportunity must be engaging, welcoming, and knowledgeable about the services offered by SP and collaborative organizations who assist our client base. The CRC provides a range of resources and referral options. This position is responsible for making referrals, providing and making recommendations to collaborative organizations and other community resources, as well as triaging the intake of clients for SP services. This position manages the intake area, welcomes all who enter the building, answers the phone, responds to emails, and refers to internal and external resources. This position is responsible for maintaining and monitoring all files required by HUD. The position supports the CPO/COO with intake activities required by HUD and SP.
The ideal candidate must possess strong interpersonal, organizational and work ethic skills. Interested candidates can apply for this position by submitting their resume to Recruiter@BradleyPartnerships.com or via our website www.BradleyPartnerships.com/careers – “Career Opportunities” tab.
Salary Range $35,000 to $37,000 yearly
Sisters Place, Inc. is dedicated to a diverse workforce.
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/DN
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