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This position is a key role in the WSFC Continuum of Care’s Community Intake Center (CIC). The CIC was developed on the premise of making data informed prioritizations for people seeking access to homeless programs including prevention services and supportive housing. The Housing Stability Data Coordinator will play a critical role in making sure that the necessary data for prioritization is collected and entered into the HMIS system to be used for prioritized access to supportive housing programs.
Apply at: https://forsythunitedway.easyapply.co
At the recommendation of a “Poverty Thought Force” launched by Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines and involving widespread community engagement, this announces the search for an Executive Director of Partnership for Prosperity in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County (W-S/FC). The ideal candidate for this position will have a passionate commitment to alleviating poverty in W-S/FC as demonstrated by their experience, education, and volunteer activities. The Executive Director position requires a proactive, dynamic leader to work with community stakeholders across Winston-Salem and Forsyth County to reduce poverty. W-S/FC has a poverty rate that is above the national average and is ranked low nationally in economic mobility.
Click here to view the full job description. To apply, email resume and cover letter (required) to HR@uwforsyth.org