Housing Specialist

Housing Specialist

Housing Specialist 150 150 a496881
My Brother's Keeper Transitional Housing
June 11, 2024
San Diego
Job Type
Contact Name (not public)
Antwone OQuinn
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Are you looking for a dynamic organization that values your person and your talent. An organization that is passionate about ensuring foster youth successfully transition from dependance to independence.

My Brother’s Keeper is a new organization with plans for rapid expansion which will create many opportunities for career advancement.

Love, respect, and acceptance are a few of our strongest values.  We work as a team to faithfully serve and empower our youth. We strive for excellence and are committed to continuous improvement.

The selected candidate will work with the Transitional Housing Program staff to maintain apartments for our THPP-NMD youth in the community. The housing specialist will oversee all daily property management functions which include a walk through with youth at move-in day and conducting check-outs when youth exit the program. The specialist is also responsible for addressing landlord issues and completing maintenance requests.


  1. Acquire and maintain affordable housing units throughout the county
  2. Coordinate lease signing; checking lease for accuracy before sending to accounting
  3. Work efficiently within accounting protocols to retain payments for initial transactions with property managers (i.e., deposits, application fees, etc.)
  4. Certify the apartment, order furniture, and coordinate its delivery, purchase all required items on move-in list
  5. Assist with housing compliance, including apartment checks, assessing damages, evictions and terminating leases
  6. Maintain charting system, including tracking leases; maintain files for all properties
  7. Communicate regularly with property managers, responding promptly to landlords regarding rental inquiries and other lease related matters
  8. Coordinate move-out services for the property following requirements by the accounting department such as collecting deposits and related tasks
  9. Input and track property management data, including repairs and complaints
  10. Enter all data, in a timely fashion to support program evaluation and outcomes tracking
  11. Attend THP program related meetings along with other program related meetings. Collaborate with colleagues across the organization and with respective department
  12. Coordinate youth training regarding tenant-related issues
  13. Other duties as assigned


  • The candidate is required to have:
  1. Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Strong knowledge of housing resources in the community
  • Previous experience of managing housing preferred.
  • Personal accountability for the quality and impact of work.
  • Capacity to work independently in the field, willingness to work collaboratively.
  • Excellent communication skills, professional demeanor, and strong organizational skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, particularly Word and Excel
  1. Experience in working with management properties
  2. Must possess valid California Driver’s License, proof of insurance and have a good driving record.
  3. Fingerprint and Child Abuse Index clearances from the Department of Justice.
  4. Must meet all requirements set by Community Care Licensing pertaining to the hiring of employees by a licensed community care facility.

EMPLOYEE STATUS: $23.00 - $25.00

SALARY RANGE: Will be commensurate with education and experience.


How To Apply

Please send your resume to information@mbkhousing.org

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