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Housing Counselor/Financial Coach

Job Summary:

Provide instruction and guidance on topics related to finances to help customers gain the knowledge, capacity and tools to make sound financial decisions and access financial products that are right for them and help them understand credit, build savings, and reduce debt. Work with customers to facilitate the process toward attainment of established goals.


The financial coach will also provide aspiring homebuyers with the skills, knowledge and information to buy and maintain a home and comprehensive individual counseling regarding the purchase of a home or to prevent foreclosure of a current home by assisting clients in overcoming obstacles with current financial situations, credit scores, and financial budgeting. The coach will develop corrective action plans, working with and analyzing customers’ overall financial status to identify options for each customer and work with the lending institutions regarding loan products for purchasing a home or modifications of current loans to prevent foreclosure.


Specific Skills:

Highly motivated self-starter with strong project management, facilitation and change management skills:

  • Be familiar with local financing programs
  • Demonstrates creativity and innovative approaches
  • Plan, organize and facilitate FOC Orientation, Money Matters ,pre-purchase, homebuyer education, post-purchase and foreclosure prevention and skills development workshops
  • Conduct community outreach and marketing for workshops
  • Secure and orient appropriate speakers for trainings and workshops
  • Maintain required job skills and core professional competencies. Attend and participate in required educational programs and staff meetings

Works independently and in a team environment:

  • Work with lenders to market MCCA’s services and products
  • Coordinate with all necessary community resources (realtors, lenders, appraisers, title company representatives, program administrators, county and city representatives, etc.) to ensure that documentation is accurate, complete, timely, and satisfies all requirements and parameters of programs/services offered.
  • Coordinate with MCCA staff on issues relating to financial coaching, homeownership promotion and preservation counseling and lender programs
  • Interact and collaborate with others in pursuit of and attainment of the program goals established by the organization




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Part Time Residential Advocate - CDV

Job Summary:

Responsible for providing quality services to residential families and hotline callers  


General Job Duties:

• Maintain confidentiality of all client information

• Provide quality services to NH residents and hotline callers, including but not limited to, crisis counseling, safety planning, emotional support, IDVA advocacy  

• Complete intakes for clients seeking CDV services (as needed)

• Assist in determining NH eligibility and length of stay in conjunction with CDV team

• Provide an age-appropriate shelter orientation for NH adult and child residents, including but not limited to, security/safety procedures and normalization of family services

• Assist in completing assessments and creating/updating service plans (as needed)

• Assist in ensuring the documented progression of services needed and received

• Complete RA shift duty list (including shelter checks)

• Assist in providing a safe, nurturing NH environment, assist with communal living issues

• Provide dv education and parenting skills assistance (as applicable) to residential clients

• Offer cellular phones to victims as needed

• Work with other social service agencies to provide assistance for domestic violence victims

• Complete service logs and all necessary documentation during shift, complete self-check

• Request completion of departure surveys by residential clients

• Participate in internal and external meetings as requested

• Participate in the appreciative inquiry process & adhere to the Gossip Free Zone

• Assist with public awareness activities (re:  DV Awareness Month, etc.) 

• Assist with clerical projects, shelter maintenance, donation management as time permits

• Any other duties assigned and deemed necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the agency


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