Careers

Thank you for your interest in working at Everyone Home DC!

Everyone Home DC values diversity in our workplace and encourages Black, Indigenous, People of Color, members of the LGBTQIA2S+ community, and people with disabilities to apply.

Everyone Home DC requires all staff to participate in local and federal background checks and drug tests before first day of employment. Staff are required to provide documentation of COVID-19 vaccination, including recommended booster doses, or be approved for a religious or medical exemption and undergo weekly testing.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to hr@everyonehomedc.org with the name of the job in the subject line.

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Development Manager — In this NEW position, the Development Manager is responsible for stewarding and expanding Everyone Home DC’s annual fund and maintaining and improving development operations. Reporting to the Director of Strategic Initiatives, the Manager will work closely with other development, program, and leadership staff to develop and execute plans, set goals, and implement the annual development plan strategies intended to grow donor retention, increase fundraising revenue, and diversify revenue sources through a variety of cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities. View the full job description today!

SINGLE ADULT PROGRAMS

Permanent Supportive Housing Case Manager — Everyone Home DC’s NEW Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Program is designed to provide permanent and stable housing to formerly homeless people in DC. The PSH Program operates as a Housing First, scattered-site program and provides intensive, community-based case management services to households across the District. PSH Case Managers will maintain a caseload of up to 20 households and provide person-centered, trauma-informed services to help people obtain and remain in stable housing. This position must be filled by an individual who has a passion for social justice work, is a team player, and is committed to working alongside people as they transition from homelessness into permanent and stable housing.

Guest Services Assistant (Temporary & Part-Time), Shirley’s Place Day Center
The Shirley’s Place Guest Services Assistant is a temporary, part-time position of approximately 16-24 hours per week with the possibility of transitioning into a full-time and/or permanent position. The Assistant will be responsible for various administrative and facility maintenance tasks at Shirley’s Place Day Center, as well as interfacing with guests by telephone and in person.

Lead Street Outreach Case Manager
The Lead Street Outreach Case Manager will work as a member of the Single Adult Programs team at Everyone Home DC. This position will work towards achieving program goals and will implement best practices in housing-focused case management and street outreach. The general work schedule will be an eight-hour shift, M-F, between the hours of 7:00 am – 7:00 pm. Some evening, weekend, and on-call hours are required. This position will play an integral role in developing and implementing uniform case management services throughout our programming for single adults experiencing homelessness. The position must be staffed by a person who is energized by being a part of something new, is flexible, is a team player, and is committed to the work of ending homelessness. The Lead Street Outreach Case Manager will support Everyone Home DC’s mission and values while promoting a positive Everyone Home DC culture.

FAMILY HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM

Lead Prevention Specialist, Family Homelessness PreventionEveryone Home DC’s Family Homelessness Prevention Program provides services for families at risk of homelessness through mediation, flexible financial assistance, and connecting them to supportive resources. The Lead Prevention Specialist (LPS) will provide support services to individuals and families of Everyone Home DC’s Family Homelessness Prevention Program (HPP). They will assist at-risk families in leading healthy lives through services that include: case management, community referrals, rental/utility assistance, substance abuse referrals, mental health service referrals, short-term life skills building, and housing needs while reporting to the Prevention Program Manager. Read the full job description here

FAMILY RAPID RE-HOUSING

Bilingual Case Manager, Family Rapid Re-Housing

Everyone Home DC’s Family Rapid Re-Housing Program couples case management services with short-term rental assistance to help families exit homelessness into stable housing. Families work with Rapid Re-Housing case managers to set goals for greater housing and economic self-sufficiency. The Bilingual Case Manager (Spanish/English Bilingual) will provide direct services to Everyone Home DC’s Family Rapid Re-Housing program clients. The Bilingual Case Manager will provide intensive case management and supportive services to families transitioning out of emergency shelter into apartments of their own. The Bilingual Case Manager will spend time visiting clients in scattered site housing units in DC, making connections to supports in the community, including public benefits, physical and mental health care, childcare, and other life skills. This position must be filled by a dedicated bilingual individual who is social justice-oriented, a team player, and committed to working alongside families as they transition out of homelessness. Click here for the full job description

Case Manager, Family Rapid Re-Housing
Everyone Home DC’s Family Rapid Re-Housing Program couples case management services with short-term rental assistance to help families exit homelessness into stable housing. Families work with Rapid Re-Housing case managers to set goals for greater housing and economic self-sufficiency. The Case Manager will provide direct services to clients at Everyone Home DC’s Family Rapid Re-Housing program. The Case Manager will provide intensive case management and supportive services to families transitioning out of emergency shelter into apartments of their own. The Case Manager will spend time visiting clients in scattered site housing units in DC, making connections to supports in the community, including public benefits, physical and mental health care, childcare, and other life skills. This position must be filled by a dedicated, social justice-oriented individual, a team player, and committed to working alongside families as they transition out of homelessness. Click here for the full job description.

As an employee at Everyone Home DC, you can expect to have a rewarding nonprofit career in a good-natured environment that prioritizes dignity and respect for all human beings.

Everyone Home DC standard benefits for full-time staff include:

  • CareFirst/Blue Choice Health Insurance, Employer-paid single coverage
  • Dental and Vision Insurance offered
  • 401k Retirement Plan
  • Life Insurance, Employer Paid Single Coverage
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Twelve Paid Holidays
  • Worker’s Compensation
  • Family Medical Leave
  • DC Paid Family Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Metro SmartBenefits
  • Professional Development Training
  • Office closed/paid leave Dec. 25th-January 1st each year with exceptions for emergencies.

Virginia Williams Family Resource Center:

920 Rhode Island Ave NE,

Washington, DC 20018

(202)-526-0017