ECM Regional Manager

Job Title: ECM Regional Manager

Education: Masters’ degree required in social work, public health, sociology, psychology or related field.


  • Minimum 2 years of experience working with underserved or special needs populations, with varied health, economic and educational circumstances.
  • Experience with affordable housing and/or related community resources and social services.
  • Knowledge of applicable state and federal guidelines/regulations (e.g., the Fair Housing Act and the rights of people with disabilities under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973).
  • Minimum of one year of experience supervising social service staff. This position will also collaborate with other agencies engaged with contract and monitor performance and deliverables.


  • Responsible for supervising the supervisors.
  • Form and foster relationships with housing agencies and permanent housing providers, including supportive housing providers
  • Partner with housing agencies and providers to offer the HHP member permanent, independent housing options, including supportive housing.
  • Connect and assist the HHP member to get available permanent housing.
  • Coordinate with HHP member in the most easily accessible setting, within MCP guidelines (e.g. could be a mobile unit that engages members on the street)
  • Assists with housing search and placement along with leveraging supportive services that will assist members at risk of homelessness with maintaining permanent housing and promoting self-sufficiency, including integration into the community.
  • Assists with advocacy efforts related to broad-based solutions to help reduce barriers for members to access affordable housing.
  • Provides a variety of office and field activities to manage and monitor a rapid re-housing/transition-in-place program for members.
  • Conducts intake interviews and assesses housing barriers of members experiencing homelessness to determine the member’s housing and service needs, goals, and eligibility.
  • Assists members with development of a strength-based, solution-focused individualized goal and action plan that promotes permanent housing and self-sufficiency.
  • Develops an effective, timely referral network for the member to help ensure ongoing direction and support as needed (e.g., community agencies for assistance with budget counseling and education).
  • Provides a resource for mediation and advocacy with landlords on the member’s behalf to develop a workable plan to obtain and/or maintain housing.
  • Participates in housing collaborative and other housing outreach events with the purpose of expanding resource base.
  • Creates and maintains consistent communication channels, both verbal and written, between involved parties (e.g., tenant, landlord, referral source, collaboration agencies and public housing authorities).
  • Participates in the inter-disciplinary care team (ICT) of members needing supportive housing services.
  • Provides information and referral assistance regarding available support from appropriate social service agencies and /or community programs by maintaining a housing resource guide.
  • Conducts proactive follow-up home visits to ensure stability and further progress towards member self-sufficiency, which may include support, advocacy, reducing isolation, listening, problem solving, and identification of resources to assist with reintegration of member into the community.
  • Maintains accurate daily log records, monthly outcome reports, and files for each client.  Collects and reports program data as required.

If you are interested in the above position, please submit a copy of your resume to

Partners in Care Foundation is an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to complying with all federal, state, and local laws providing equal employment opportunities, and all other employment laws and regulations. It is our intent to maintain a work environment which is free of harassment, discrimination, or retaliation because of age, race (including hair texture and protective hairstyles, such as braids, locks, and twists), color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation/breastfeeding, and related medical conditions), physical or mental disability, genetic information (including testing and characteristics, as well as those of family members), veteran status, uniformed service member status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, transgender status, arrest or conviction record, domestic violence victim status, credit history, unemployment status, caregiver status, sexual and reproductive health decisions, salary history or any other status protected by federal, state, or local laws.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals to perform the essential functions of the position.