The Family Support Center is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. The Family Support Center does not discriminate against any person on the basis of any legally protected status including, but not limited to: age, citizenship, color, disability, health condition, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, religion, sex, or sexual orientation.

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To apply for the following positions, please email your professional resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references to hiring@fscss.org or fax documents to 360-943-1139 ATTN: William Parmer with the position title in the subject line. You can also mail your application packet to Family Support Center of South Sound - 3545 7th Ave SW Suite 200, Olympia WA 98502. No phone calls please.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Pear Blossom Place Support Staff:  Pear Blossom Place is Thurston County’s only 24/7 shelter for families experiencing homelessness, and provides at least 36 parents and children safety, stability, and warmth every night of the year. Pear Blossom Place operates from a low barrier and harm reduction model, working from a strengths based perspective in supporting families in accessing permanent housing. Staff at Pear Blossom Place are critical to supporting families in achieving their goals, ensuring shelter is safe and clean, mitigating conflicts and challenges between guests, and for answering the 24 hour Coordinated Entry Hotline for shelter and housing resources. This position includes two set shifts on Friday and Saturday, and the availability for additional on-call shifts which may include overnights, daytime, swing, and weekend shifts, and is an awake position. For a full position description, CLICK HERE. You can also apply via Indeed.

Built for Zero Coordinator: The Built for Zero (BFZ) Coordinator will work closely with community partners in an effort to achieve functional zero for the chronic homeless population in Thurston County, per the BFZ initiative that Thurston County is engaging in through Community Solutions. The Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating and managing collaborative meetings, engaging with key stakeholders, supporting the team in achieving its goals and working towards larger system improvements. The Coordinator will leverage existing and new relationships throughout the community, and act as the connector between stakeholders, working to collectively achieve the goals set forth by the Built for Zero team. For a full position description, CLICK HERE. You can also apply via Indeed.

Prevention Program Manager: The Prevention Program Manager will oversee all homeless prevention financial assistance and services for families with children and survivors of domestic violence. The manager will supervise a team of Family Resource Navigators working with households who are imminently homeless in creatively identifying ways to regain housing stability, and will work collaboratively to leverage any internal and external financial resources to do so. This position is responsible for the approval of all requests for prevention assistance (approx. $500,000/year), ensuring all program requirements are met, budgets are managed accordingly, contracts are completed if necessary, and pledges are processed for payment. The program manager will work closely with
direct service staff to ensure client needs for additional rental assistance are met, and will work to ensure all funds are allocated appropriately and are spent down by the contract end date. For a full position description, CLICK HERE. You can also apply via Indeed.

Domestic Violence Housing Case Manager (Bilingual English/Spanish preferred): The Domestic Violence Housing Case Manager works directly with survivors experiencing homelessness, utilizing a housing first model, to support households in accessing permanent housing as fast as possible. This may include survivors staying in area shelters, attempting to flee violence, and/or having recently fled violence. This position supports households in accessing rapid re-housing assistance. All services are survivor driven, following a trauma informed and harm reduction approach. For a full position description, CLICK HERE. You can also apply via Indeed.

Housing Case Manager (Bilingual English/Spanish preferred): The Bilingual Housing Case Manager works directly with families experiencing homelessness, utilizing a housing first model, to support families in accessing permanent housing as fast as possible. This may include families staying at FSC’s family shelter, Pear Blossom Place, as well as supporting families in accessing rapid re-housing assistance. The position also includes responsibilities specific to coordinated entry for households experiencing homelessness; the position will provide the necessary intake and assessment for households to access housing and shelter resources. For a full position description, CLICK HERE. You can also apply via Indeed.

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