Employment Opportunities with the
Department of Homelessness & Supportive Housing
We Value Equal Employment Opportunities!
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.
Administrative Analyst – Contracts (position open through: continuous)
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 managing contractual agreements and grants; participating in comprehensive process analyses; and communicating clearly at all stages of contract development with multiple stakeholders, from internal program colleagues and leadership to community partner organizations. For more information, view the posting here.
Behavioral Health Clinician (position open through: continuous)
The Behavioral Health Clinician leads a team of caseworkers working in residential setting with high risk mentally ill and/or substance abusing clients to prevent homelessness and links clients to appropriate outpatient services. The incumbent will provide intensive clinical case management, psychotherapy, crisis intervention and 5150 services, referrals for substance abuse treatment, and psycho education; intake, assessment, service planning and consultation; coordinate closely with property management staff and support service team members to develop successful treatment strategies; provide treatment advocacy and coordination with other agencies, families and clients and provide clinical supervision for paraprofessional caseworkers. For more information, view the posting here.
Budget Director (position open through: continuous)
The Budget Director reports to the Finance Director. Under general administrative direction, the position directs the budget development and budget management processes for the Department’s $850 million budget of federal, state, and local revenue sources to deliver homeless services and permanent supportive housing. The Budget Director supervises, trains, and evaluates professional analytical staff to support a motivating and positive team environment. For more information, view the posting here.
Chief Equity Officer (position open through: continuous)
With mindfulness about the racism and bias that has disproportionately created homelessness among people of color and LGBTQ people, HSH is committed to equity in our Department, systems, and programs. The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) is looking for a dynamic self-starter and bold leader to join our team as HSH’s first ever Chief Equity Officer. The Chief Equity Officer will report directly to the Department Head, will serve as a member of Executive Leadership Team, and will partner with the Deputy Director of Programs to develop and drive forward the key strategies of the organization. For more information, view the posting here.
Coordinated Entry System Manager (position open through: continuous)
Under the direction of the Deputy Director for Programs of the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH), the position will be responsible for oversight of the ongoing implementation and continual quality improvement of the San Francisco Coordinated Entry System and Comprehensive Homeless Data Solution called the San Francisco Online Navigation and Entry (ONE) System. For more information, view the posting here.
Finance Director (position open through: continuous)
The Finance Director will lead a broad range of financial functions for the Department to create new financial operations for the agency to successfully manage more than $850 million funding. The Finance Director reports to the Deputy Director of Administration and Finance and provides technical and strategic expertise to develop and expand the financial operations of the Department. HSH’s Finance Director is responsible for re-envisioning the fiscal and accounting functions for the Department, including financial reporting, year-end financial statement analytics, and billing for grant reimbursement and work performed by other City Departments. The Finance Director oversees the budget and finance staff in the program responsible for budgeting, financial planning, and accounting functions, including budget development and monitoring; financial analysis, projections, and modeling; accounts payable, interdepartmental work orders, and internal and external audits of the organization. For more information, view the posting here.
Health Worker II (position open through: continuous)
HSH is looking to fill two 2586 Health Worker II positions throughout the organization – Coordinated Entry & The Housing Access Team (HAT). Under supervision, the Health Worker performs a wide variety of paraprofessional duties in a service program for the department; functions as a liaison between community residents and program staff; provides counseling and advice to participants regarding health problems; may supervise Health Worker I; may drive or accompany participants between their homes, hospitals or other social agencies; and performs related duties as required. For more information, view the posting here.
Health Worker III (position open through: continuous)
Under general supervision of the Support Service Director, the Health Worker III provides case management services to the supportive housing program residents and works as part of an inter-disciplinary health care team. For more information, view the posting here.
IS Business Analyst- Principal Agreement Management System Principal Business Analyst (position open through: continuous)
Under the direction of the IT Director, the successful candidate is expected to work closely with our stakeholders, including the HSH’s Contract Manager and Contract team, to ensure all major contracting components are captured including but not limited to functional and non-functional requirements. The ideal candidate will have the support of the HSH IT team in areas relating to IT infrastructure, data warehousing, and data integration. This person will also have the support of our PMO team to ensure successful collection of business requirements, system design, development, implementation, and documentation. It is expected that the Agreement Management System, when implemented, will produce necessary reports and dashboards for our stakeholders. In addition, the successful candidate will be responsible for supporting IT and Contract leadership in providing interdepartmental coordination, leading organizational change management, and providing ongoing communications with end users. For more information, view the posting here.
Principal Administrative Analyst (position open through: continuous)
Principal Administrative Analysts plan, organize, supervise and conduct important, complex, and sensitive analytical work that has a substantive impact on the operations of a City department, agency or program in areas such as:
- Development and administration of the annual budget;
- Financial/fiscal analysis and reporting;
- Monitoring and administration of multiple-source capital projects and grants;
- Development of complex contracting systems and administration of complex contractual agreements;
- Development and evaluation of major administrative/management systems, functions, policy and procedures, including evaluation of the impact of existing, newly enacted and proposed legislation, regulations, law, court decisions and memoranda of understanding;
- Major program evaluation and planning.
You can find a more detailed description at 1824 Pr. Administrative Analyst Class Specification.
Program Support Analyst (position open through: continuous)
HSH is looking to fill several 2917 Program Support Analyst positions throughout the organization. Under general direction, performs a variety of highly complex and responsible professional administrative duties in the planning and coordinating of the activities and programs of the assigned program; coordinates assigned functions and activities among department divisions; and provides highly responsible administrative staff assistance to the assigned executive staff. For more information, view the posting here.
Public Relations Officer (position open through: continuous)
Under general supervision, the Public Relations Officer will provide critical project management support to HSH’s compliance work including producing responses to Sunshine Act and Freedom of Information Act requests, tracking and producing responses to Whistleblower complaints, and tracking and producing responses to requests from the public and Board of Supervisors. The PRO will provide project management and administrative support to the SEA team and directly support HSH’s Manager of Policy and Legislative Affairs in stewarding the department’s public reporting and compliance requirements. Responsibilities will include project management, implementation and maintenance of systems infrastructure, development of reports, memos and internal/external communications and other administrative and communications tasks as needed. For more information, view the posting here.
Senior Administrative Analyst (position open through: continuous)
Senior Administrative Analysts plan, organize, lead and/or take part in complex, sensitive, and detailed analytical work in the areas of budget, financial/fiscal, legislative and administrative policy and/or contract administration.
You can find a more detailed description at 1823 Sr. Administrative Analyst Class Specification.
We are currently hiring for positions focused on Project Management for the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH), but there may be other areas of focus as more positions become available.
Stationary Engineer (position open through: continuous)
The Stationary Engineer maintains and schedules regular preventive maintenance of building systems, HVAC, electrical, and plumbing at HSH facilities. The incumbent works closely with the Buildings and Grounds Maintenance Supervisor on managing a budget for building repairs, prices out jobs, maintains expenditure records of repaired systems along with dates of repairs, keeps building maintenance log books, and maintains and updates building profile of managed site as needed. The Stationary Engineer rotates with other engineers during 24 hours on-call months, keeping all parties involved informed with electronically written feedback of calls received. The Stationary Engineer maintains the disaster and emergency preparedness binder and ensures that all equipment remain in good and working condition, documents and communicates to the Buildings and Grounds Maintenance Supervisor any potential health and safety issues noticed on site, and performs and documents quarterly checks of fire, and life safety equipment. For more information, view the posting here.