Employment Opportunities with the
Department of Homelessness & Supportive Housing 



2587 Health Worker III

The 2587 Health Worker III with the HSH Adult Housing Program’s Direct Access to Housing (DAH) provides case management services for the residents of the Star, Empress, Camelot, LeNain, or Windsor Hotel Supportive Housing Program.  These hotels, located in the Tenderloin District, are permanent housing facilities coordinated by DAH that provide wrap-around services for formerly homeless individuals, many of whom have chronic medical and/or psychiatric illnesses.  In addition to the incumbent, the staffing includes a program director, and one or two case managers; some locations have onsite registered nurse.  SHIFT: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday.

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2586 Health Worker II

Under general supervision, the 2586 Health Worker II conducts outreach and informational presentations at emergency shelters, homeless resource centers, supportive housing sites. Provides other related programs and services to clients who are experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.

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2917 Program Support Analyst

Under general supervision, the 2917 Supportive Housing Program Manager performs a variety of highly complex and responsible professional administrative duties in the planning and coordinating of supportive housing programs.

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1822 Administrative Analyst

The Strategy and External Affairs (SEA) division of the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing is responsible for managing governmental affairs, community relations and communications. The team also drives strategic planning, implementation, culture development and partnerships.

Under direction, the Administrative Analyst will act as the project manager for the SEA team.  This will include project management, administrative and communications tasks to support the Director of Strategy and External Affairs and the connected team at the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing.

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Deputy Director for Programs 

The Deputy Director for Programs will be responsible for the development, implementation and oversight of all programs and services operated under the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing. Under the supervision of the Department Director, this position will provide strategic direction and leadership as part of the executive team. The Deputy Director for Programs will lead City staff and community service providers to achievable measurable outcomes aligned with the Department’s strategic goals and its mission of making homelessness rare, brief and one-time. The Deputy Director for Programs will help oversee the administration of local, state and federal resources for homeless services and housing. The position will lead a staff of approximately 90 employees and supervise at least four (4) senior managers who oversee key program areas.

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1823 Senior Administrative Analyst

The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) is seeking a temporary exempt (ending December 31, 2020) “Care Coordination Policy Analyst” (1823) position. The Policy Analyst reports to the Care Coordination Services Manager at HSH, and is responsible for coordinating HSH process and policy implementation under San Francisco’s Whole Person Care (WPC) program. Responsibilities will include co-developing and monitoring WPC contracts and procuring services; creating and supporting completion of data sharing agreements in compliance with applicable privacy laws and regulations; assuring timely reporting to stakeholders including the California Department of Health Care Services (funder) and the WPC Steering Committee; assuring and monitoring project workplans and dashboards; and serving as the liaison between HSH and WPC partners, outside agencies and other departments/programs.

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1822 Contracts Analyst

Under general supervision, the contracts team Administrative Analyst conducts important, public, analytical work that has substantive impact on the Department’s clients through grants and contracts. A significant portion of the work of the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing is provided through contracts, and the development and administration of these contracts makes a real difference to our clients. This position’s work will include, but is not limited to: participating in a robust procurement schedule, developing, processing and administering contractual agreements and grants; participating in comprehensive process analyses; and communicating clearly at all stages of contract development with multiple stakeholders, from program colleagues to department leadership to community partner organizations.

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1823 Senior Administrative Analyst – Real Estate

The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) has one temporary-exempt (TEX) vacancy in the classification of 1823 Sr. Administrative Analyst – Real Estate Development. Reporting to the Principal Real Estate Development Analyst, the Sr. Administrative Analyst assists in the planning, analysis, and oversight of complex work involving significant accountability and decision-making responsibility for real estate development, negotiation and planning for HSH-supported housing, shelters, and service sites. The administrative analyst exercises sound judgment, works independently and takes initiative to implement the strategic goals of HSH.

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1824 Principal Budget Analyst

Under the general direction of the Budget and Finance Manager, the Principal Budget Analyst plans, organizes, leads and conducts complex, sensitive, and detailed budget fiscal, legislative, contract and administrative policy analysis. This position will also provide  complex analytical support to operations and programs. The Principle Budget Analyst reports directly to the HSH Budget and Finance Manager, is the sole budget analyst for the department and must exercise excellent independent judgment at all times.

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Equal Employment Opportunity:  The City and County of San Francisco encourages women, minorities, and persons with disabilities to apply. Applicants will be considered regardless of their sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition (associated with cancer, a history of cancer, or genetic characteristics), HIV/AIDS status, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, military and veteran status, or other protected category under the law.