Silver Lining House Live-in Community Manager
As the full time live-in community manager, you will lead a team that engages in meaningful ways to foster a culture of family, belonging, and growth at our Silver Lining House property.
Silver Lining House is a beautiful home in the Baker neighborhood of Denver that serves up to 13 street-connected young adults, ages 18-25. Residents may have aged out of foster care, have substance use issues, and mental health challenges. In addition to living with and daily supporting residents, key components of the program include weekly community meals, individual resident mentoring & spiritual support, resource navigation, and community activities.
RESPONSIBILITIES Coordinate community engagement activities (meals, crafts, outings, and other interactive events) Team building & live-in staff supervision:
- Facilitate individual and team meetings for support and supervision;
- Identify opportunities for growth and development in each member and utilize them in their areas of strength and interest that will benefit the community
- Coordinate staff on-duty/on-call schedules, including evening and weekend shifts
- Uphold missional goals, program commitments, and community rules and values, addressing resident non-compliance and growth barriers in creative and constructive ways
- Foster resident growth by supporting resident goal plans in collaboration with the clinical team
- Respond to emergency situations through thoughtful (often collaborative) crisis management
- Care for the property by coordinating chores, yard work, maintenance needs, and supply purchases
- Engage in the greater PN community by attending meetings, training, special events, and maintaining good connections with volunteers and donors
- Actively increase your knowledge and skills for serving our populations (reading, trainings, consulting)
QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS Strong sense of calling to urban ministry and a mature, personal Christian faith Comfortable signing Providence Network’s Statement of Faith (available upon request) Wise discernment and experience leading others; positive energy for building a healthy team Experience serving people who are recovering from addiction, homelessness or other crises Compassionate and able to engage and motivate different personalities with various needs Critical thinking and problem solving strengths for managing crisis situations and addressing needs Flexible and adaptable to change when resident care plans require adjusting for optimum results Basic computer literacy and organization skills to manage program and case records maintenance Pass a criminal background checkTo Apply: Send cover letter & resume to Program Director, Dana Jones, at firstname.lastname@example.org