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HomeAgain is seeking a skilled full-time, mission-focused Case Manager to work with individuals and families who are in a housing crisis. The incumbent will provide outreach, intake, assessment, goal planning and housing placement services to those experiencing homelessness, utilizing a strengths-based perspective. The position involves coordination with partner agencies within the Richmond Continuum of Care to support the community’s goals and priorities for ending homelessness.

The ideal candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in social work or related field. Must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience providing case management services to vulnerable populations; have the ability to work with diverse groups of people including those in crisis; possess strong organizational and record-keeping skills, and a high level of computer literacy. Must be a skilled communicator both verbally and in writing, and be able to work cohesively with clients, co-workers and community partners. A valid Virginia’s driver’s license and clean driving record is required. Must pass a background check and drug screening.

To apply send cover letter, resume and a writing sample to:

HomeAgain is seeking skilled, committed professionals to provide on-site supervision and support to adults and children residing in our emergency shelters on an as-needed basis.  Relief staff provide program and operational support and facilitate a supportive, therapeutic, and healing environment for those experiencing a housing crisis. Responsibilities include ensuring a safe, clean, and healthy environment by monitoring all activities within the shelter; ensuring compliance with house rules and agency procedures; documenting non-compliance and intervening as necessary using HomeAgain’s protocols; providing front office support and coverage including staffing the phones; receiving visitors; monitoring entrances and exits to the shelter, and completing all required paperwork.

Qualified candidates are those who have a passionate commitment to serving persons experiencing homelessness. Other requirements include: a high school diploma or GED; the ability to establish appropriate, positive, and nurturing relationships with residents and co-workers; strong conflict resolution and crisis intervention skills, and proficient computer skills. Some college education as well as a background in human services is preferred. Incumbents must be available for training. To apply, send resume to:

Description: HomeAgain is seeking a dynamic, highly organized and self-motivated professional to serve as the Executive Assistant. This position is responsible for providing professional administrative support to ensure that HomeAgain’s Executive Office operates in an organized, efficient, and professional manner. The primary role of the Executive Assistant is to manage the office of the Executive Director, including scheduling, file management, document generation and retention, meeting logistics, assisting the Board of Directors with calendaring and communications and providing overall clerical support.

Required Qualifications: This position requires a high level of organization, business acumen, leadership, attention to detail, and advanced writing and grammar skills. The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment and passion for HomeAgain’s mission; a bachelor’s degree in English, non-profit management, business or related field, and two years of experience working in a non-profit setting. Experience working with nonprofit boards and experience in housing and homelessness are pluses.

Benefits: Health, dental, Vision, Life, ST & LT Disability Insurances; 403(b) retirement plan, and a flexible, supportive work environment.

How to apply: Send a cover letter including, resume, and a sample of your writing ability to:  Include in the subject line: Executive Assistant Application. No hard copies or faxes, please. Open until filled. HomeAgain is an equal opportunity employer.