S:US is looking for an experienced Program Coordinator to assist with our programs under the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
About the Position
The HUD Program Coordinator at S:US will assume responsibility for contract and data management for our 22 HUD NYC CoC funded contracts. You will need extensive experience working with and knowledge of the rules and regulations of McKinney-Vento funding in order to be successful. As the Program Coordinator, you will oversee the accuracy of data quality connected to APRs, Pre-Applications, NOFO, and Performance Evaluation survey. You will also need to establish effective strategic relationships with internal and external stakeholders while actively participating in NYC homeless continuum of care (NYC CoC) meetings in order to report on program and project activity in accordance with established grant and funding systems, rules, and procedures.
About Supportive Housing
S:US is working hard to create a better New York with housing for all. We are committed to creating safe environments that promote independent living, providing support and tools to move beyond diagnosis and stigma, and maintain a steady and growing pipeline of permanent low-income housing. S:US housing services provide residents access to additional support services to help meet their goals. We do so by offering transitional and permanent housing in single site residences, apartment buildings, and scattered site apartments for adults in recovery from mental illness, adults with substance use challenges, and adults living with HIV/AIDS.
Salary: $70,000 / year
At S:US, we are a nonprofit with a staff of 1,800 providing $245 million in services annually working to drive scalable solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances for people with disabilities, people in poverty, and people facing homelessness. Our efforts are supported by various local, state, and federal government entities as well as foundations, corporations, and individual donors. We take what we learn on the ground and use it to change systems and impact policy. We work with communities and individuals in every corner of the city and on Long Island by delivering high quality services that address the complex circumstances of each person in order to transform lives, improve neighborhoods, and boost future generations.
Our short application process takes less than 3 minutes on your phone, tablet, or computer.
Services for the UnderServed (SUS) is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.