Applications due by February 19th

Resident Assets Coordinator | ROSE Community Development

ROSE Community Development is dedicated to Revitalizing Outer SouthEast Portland neighborhoods, through the development of good homes & economic opportunities. We are rooted in the belief that affordable housing gives people the opportunity to build better lives. But since our first project — rehabilitating a single house in Lents for a low-income family in 1992 — our work to revitalize our community has extended far beyond housing. We are improving economic conditions in our neighborhoods and giving people the tools and the support they need to improve their lives.

Title: Resident Assets CoordinatorLocation: Portland, OregonSalary: $15-17/hour DOE + medical, dental, life insurance, retirement benefitsPreferred qualifications: Bilingual in English/Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Somali, or Eastern European languagesTo Apply: Submit Application, Questions, and Resume to by 5 pm PT on 2/19.


ROSE, an affordable housing organization based in outer SE Portland, is hiring a Resident Assets Coordinator to join our team! The purpose of the Resident Assets program is to promote healthy families, successful children, resident leaders, and communities of opportunity for ROSE residents. The Resident Assets Coordinators use an asset-based community development approach to support residents of ROSE affordable housing, with an emphasis on equity and inclusion.


  • Build relationships and support residents living in ROSE’s affordable housing.
  • Identify potential leaders among ROSE residents and connect them to leadership opportunities at ROSE and in the neighborhood. Involve residents in program planning, including supporting the Resident Council, a group of resident leaders.
  • Work in partnership with onsite managers to prevent evictions and support conflict resolution
  • Connect families with young children to the Baby Booster program and other early childhood resources.
  • In partnership with Baby Booster, plan and coordinate opportunities for families with pregnant women and children ages 0-5.
  • Coordinate after-school programs, summer camps, field trips, and other activities for schoolage youth.
  • Work with other community organizations to identify potential partnerships, projects, or culturally specific programming for ROSE residents
  • Coordinate community building activities and events with ROSE residents, and at times, the broader community.
  • Connect residents to resources and opportunities available to them in the community.
  • Refer residents to appropriate services.
  • Participate actively in staff meetings and Neighborhood Impact Team meetings
  • Support other ROSE initiatives, such as Baby Booster, the Lents Youth Initiative, Asset Management, and Organizational Development, in addition to other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
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