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HHFA is looking for new members to join our team!

Below are the open positions:

Housing Stabilization Case Manager

His House Foundation (HHF) is a non-profit 501c3, community-based human service agency. The organization serves our community by providing person-centered direct services to housing insecure families and individuals and serves as a catalyst for increased sharing within our community. HHF strives to minimize barriers to expand the number of people connecting with services. In addition to a resource center providing free items and a food distribution program, HHA is the Scott/Carver United Way 211 homeless resource and provides Coordinated Entry assessments, Housing Stabilization Services, and short-term case management.

As a Case Manager you will provide case management services and crisis intervention to families and individuals who are housing insecure. This position assists clients with accessing and/or maintaining housing and addressing barriers to stable housing. Case Managers may manage a client’s participation in a temporary hotel shelter program. This position also includes responsibilities with documentation, recordkeeping, and fostering a collaborative working environment within and outside of HHF. The position may include a limited number of hours assisting with Client Intake at the HHF Chaska office.

As a Case Manager you will support families and individuals living in Scott, Carver and Western Hennepin Counties and nearby areas experiencing 

The position is 20-40 hours/week at $25/hour. Approximately 40% remote, 60% in-person in Chaska, at clients’ location or related sites. Casework requires a minimum of 50% in-person with the client.

Job Requirements:

  • Previous experience working with low-income families/individuals and homelessness.

  • Working knowledge of communities in and around Scott, Carver and western Hennepin Counties.

  • Demonstrates the ability to work with a culturally diverse population.

  • Demonstrates the ability to work with a disabled and neurodiverse population.

  • Strong organizational and communication skills.

  • Demonstrate use of interpersonal skills to work effectively with clients, staff, volunteers, Peer Support Specialists, County staff, and community partners

  • Demonstrates the ability to work independently and collaboratively.

  • Demonstrated ability to acquire and implement knowledge regarding program policies, local resources, crisis intervention, trauma, addiction, disabilities, and cultural differences.

  • Assist with outreach events as appropriate and able.

  • Able to speak, read and write English fluently.

  • Demonstrates personal self-care and advocacy.

  • Valid Driver’s License and current insurance.

Job Preferences (not required):

  • Bachelors or Associates Degree

  • Fluency in Spanish

  • Work or personal experience with specific cultural, disabled, and/or neurodiverse populations.

His House values the knowledge and experience of its staff gained through both life experience and formal education. The organization has a person-centered approach to employment by collaborating with staff to maximize their skills, abilities and knowledge in ways that support their personal needs.

His House Foundation is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer of all people regardless of gender, race, culture, religion, ethnicity, protected veteran status and/or disability.

This job posting  will be open until all positions are filled.

If you are excited about being a part of an organization with a focus on serving the community with abundance, learn more about His House Foundation at Please submit a resume with cover letter to Dir. of Housing Programs,

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