Housing & Community Development Division Director

Clackamas County’s Department of Health, Housing, and Human Services seeks an experienced housing professional with a track record of strong leadership, collaboration, and organizational, systems, and program development to be our next Housing & Community Development Division Director.

The Health, Housing, & Human Services (H3S) Department promotes and assists individuals, families, and communities to be safe, healthy, and thrive through its six divisions. Those divisions are Children, Family & Community Connections, Social Services, Public Health, Behavioral Health, Health Centers, and Housing & Community Development. The Housing & Community Development Division is responsible for all of the county’s housing and homeless services programs, including system support and coordination, outreach and engagement, shelter services, housing placement and retention, supportive housing, and the Housing Authority of Clackamas County, which administers public housing programs and carries out affordable housing development. All the divisions report to the H3S Director and fall under the administrative responsibility of the H3S Director’s Office.

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CLOSE DATE

This position will remain open until filled.  The first application review will be on Monday, February 5, 2024.

 


 

Housing Services Safety Off the Streets Program Planner

Clackamas County’s Housing & Community Development Division (HCDD) seeks a case manager or program coordinator with extensive experience with outreach, safety off the streets/emergency shelter, transitional housing, or other relevant programs serving people experiencing unsheltered homelessness to join our team as the Housing Services Safety Off the Streets Program Planner.

Within the Housing Services Program, this position supports those in the Metro region experiencing homelessness or at-risk of experiencing homelessness. This position will lead a group of agencies, case managers, peers, and other staff providing safety off the streets services through the Housing Services program for HCDD. Safety off the streets programs and services include:

  • Day and drop-in centers,
  • Congregate and non-congregate emergency shelter,
  • Transitional housing, and other forms of shelter services providing access to safe and secure sleeping accommodations for people experiencing unsheltered homelessness.

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CLOSE DATE

This position will remain open until filled.  The first application review will be on Monday, January 29, 2024.