Administrative Office 8407-E Richmond Highway Alexandria, VA 22309 • Phone: 703-799-2293 Fax: 703-799-6503

Current Position Openings

Case Manager-Eleanor U. Kennedy Shelter

Case Manager needed for our single adult shelter serving individuals experiencing homelessness. You will be part of a dynamic, Case Management Team. Responsibilities include guest assessment, service plan development, counseling, and crisis interventions and committed to rapid re-housing. At least one late night a week is required.

BA/MA degree and considerable experience working with adults with serious mental illness. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Experience with chronically homeless adults and adults with substance abuse issues. Strong counseling and crisis intervention skills. Flexibility, creativity, and leadership skills. Able to make decisions independently and work autonomously.

Ability to successfully pass a background check and possess a valid driver’s license with a good driving record to be approved by our insurance carrier.

$42,000 annual salary

(3) Seasonal Resident Services Specialists (RSS)
The Falls Church Homeless shelter is a hypothermia prevention program that operates from November 15 – April 1.   The RSS is responsible for monitoring the activities of the shelter on his/her shift to ensure a safe, manageable, positive energy, living environment. The focus is on the guests and how best to assist them during their stay.  He/She is a member of the site team.  Shift times during the hypothermia prevention program will be 5 pm – 1 am (Saturday/Sunday), and 12 am – 8 am, and 1 am – 8 am (daily).

Essential responsibilities of the Residential Services Specialist include, but are not limited to:

Ensures a safe and manageable living environment for the shelter guests

Monitors guests’ areas, is visible and interacts regularly and informally with shelter guests

Reads shift report from previous shift to note any items that need attention

Work collaboratively with volunteers assigned to work at the shelter

Assist in viagra for sale conducting comprehensive initial screening process to determine eligibility for program services, providing assessment, intake, and enrollment where appropriate

Maintain guests’ files and data

Consults with Program Coordinator and Case Manager regarding guests’ personal needs behavior and service planning

Within limits assists guests in processing issues, problem-solving, etc.

Conducts breathalyzer and drug urine screens as needed

Distributes taxi vouchers, bus tokens, linens, and toiletries to guests by established procedures

Answers telephone and routes calls and messages to appropriate staff in a professional manner

Supervises guests’ chores and upkeep of their areas

Accounts for all donations received during the shift

Controls access to donations by guests’ and secures donations as appropriate.

Issue receipts to donors

Assists in serving meals when needed

Models a caring, concerned, and respectful attitude toward guests’

Maintains adherence to guest guidelines and upholds shelter procedures

Is familiar with and complies with policies and procedures of New Hope Housing

Performs other duties as assigned Senior Program Director
New Hope Housing, a 40-year old, respected and innovative regional nonprofit agency in northern Virginia committed to ending homelessness, began operating the Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter in Fairfax County, on October 1, 2017. In the fall of 2019 the shelter will be relocated to a new, state of the art facility with 52 beds including 4 medical respite beds and 18 supportive housing efficiencies – the first of its kind in the county. We are seeking a dynamic, mission-driven Senior Program Director for this program and for our programs in the City of Alexandria and Arlington County.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Senior Program Director is responsible for the oversight of the organization’s ongoing operations for the shelter, case management, hypothermia, and outreach programs at Bailey’s Crossroads and our rapid re-housing program in Alexandria, and permanent supportive housing programs in Alexandria and Arlington. Areas of focus include service delivery, program development, and quality assurance, as well as relations between the community and the shelter. S/he supervises two assistant directors and a coordinator of residential services, and has overall responsibility for a staff of approximately 30 people and a budget of $2+M. Working as part of the Executive Team, the Senior Program Director sets direction and develops strategies for accomplishment of organizational goals and priorities in accordance with agency philosophy and values. The Senior Program Director serves as an advocate for New Hope Housing, homeless services, and the guests served.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides leadership and oversight for all programs listed above.
  • Sets comprehensive goals and strategies for program performance and growth that are in alignment with the agency’s mission and vision.Ensures services are implemented in accordance with agency philosophy, grant and contract requirements, and all applicable federal, state and local regulations.
  • Establishes and implements policies that promote agency culture and vision; ensures clear and timely communication of agency expectations and policies to program staff.
  • Collaborates with and supports the business functions of the organization, including Human Resources, Finance, and Development.
  • Maintains current knowledge of issues impacting homelessness. Ensures implementation of best practices (such as rapid re-housing, permanent supportive housing, trauma informed care, motivational interviewing, etc.).
  • Evaluates program performance by analyzing and interpreting data, metrics, and other statistical information to ensure that desired outcomes are being achieved.
  • Develops new program initiatives, as assigned.
  • Acts as the New Hope Housing representative with local governments, the local community, and partner organizations in Arlington County, Fairfax County, and City of Alexandria Continuums of Care .


  • Bachelor’s degree; master’s in social work, counseling, public administration, or nonprofit management preferred
  • Proven experience in managing programs and developing and implementing policies and procedures, preferably in social services
  • Knowledge of housing first, rapid re-housing, and other nation-wide initiatives to prevent and end homelessness preferred
  • Understanding of business functions such as HR, Finance, Program Management, etc.
  • Working knowledge of data analysis and performance/operation metrics
  • Outstanding organizational and leadership abilities and ability to work creatively and independently
  • Excellent interpersonal skills working with a diverse staff and clientele
  • Ability to successfully pass a background check and possess a valid driver’s license with a good driving record to be approved by our insurance carrier.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, including public speaking skills
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends as needed

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Robust benefits program: 100% paid employee medical/dental/vision premiums, retirement program, PTO, Sick, Employee Assistance Program, and voluntary life, short-term disability and long-term disability insurance; tuition reimbursement


Spanish-speaking a plus.




4-year degree opzioni binarie 1 dollaro Salary and Benefits:
Approximately 70,000/year with full benefits. Robust benefits program: 100% paid employee medical/dental premiums, retirement program, PTO, Sick, EAP, and voluntary Life, Short-term disability, and long-term disability insurance; tuition reimbursement


Full Time Cook- Bailey’s Shelter

Summary of Position:
The cook is responsible for preparing healthy, nutritious meals for shelter residents.  He/She is a member of the Operations team. Essential Responsibilities :
Prepares and serves a nutritional and well-balanced meal for each mealtime occurring during their shifts. Prepares and distributes bag lunches and/or late dinners for working residents.

Assists with adequate stocking of resident refrigerator and self-service areas and cleaning of kitchen and equipment regularly to ensure sanitary food preparation conditions. Adheres to health department regulations.

Picks up, accepts and properly stores food and other donations from the community. Accounts for all donations received during the shift. Controls access to donations by residents and secures donations as appropriate. Issue receipts to donors.

Prepares food baskets for off-site residents, as requested.

Responds to in-person and telephone inquiries from the public about New Hope Housing, Inc. with a courteous and professional demeanor.

Works with volunteers and residents who are assigned to help in the kitchen, giving them direction and answering questions.

Participates in staff meetings.

Provides a positive role model for residents.

Works flexible hours including evenings, weekends, and over nights as assigned.

Models a caring, concerned, and respectful attitude toward residents.

Maintains adherence to resident guidelines and upholds shelter procedures.

Is familiar with and complies with policies and procedures of New Hope Housing.

Transports residents in agency vehicles, including agency’s 15-passenger van on an as needed basis and only when requested by supervisor.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications:
Previous cooking experience. Certified Food Handler.

Ability and interest in working with those who are homeless and to be aware of their needs.

Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

The ability to successfully pass a background check and possess a valid driver’s license with a good driving record to be approved by our insurance carrier.

Ability to lift 50 lbs.

Salary: $14.13/hour


New Hope Housing is proud to be an EOE/ADA employer that values diversity

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