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Community Housing Network (CHN) is a nonprofit organization committed to providing homes for people in need through proven strategies of homeless prevention, housing assistance, affordable housing development, community education, advocacy, and referrals. Since 2001, CHN has served as the leading housing resource nonprofit organization in southeast Michigan and serves thousands of families and individuals annually who are facing homelessness, people with disabilities, low-income households, and other vulnerable Michigan residents.
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Creating a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace to provide better services for participants and staff.
Utilizing a trauma informed approach to build rapport with vulnerable populations.
Making available educational resources related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, all the while providing a platform for conversation.
Community Housing Network provides excellent employment opportunities with competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefit package. All full-time employees enjoy a rich package of benefits including:
Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending
Long Term Disability Insurance
Voluntary Products: Aflac, Short Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance
Generous Vacation and Medical Leave Time
Community Housing Network is an equal-opportunity employer recognized by the Detroit Free Press as a Top 100 Workplace and honored as a Crain’s Cool Place to Work.
Department: Springhill Housing Corporation
Reports to: Director of Springhill Pooled Accounts Trust
Employment Status Classification: Part Time: 20 hours/week Non-Exempt
Salary Range: $18-20 hourly
Job Description Summary:
The Trust Coordinator will perform a variety of functions within the Springhill Pooled Accounts Trust group using trust systems and other computer applications. Once a beneficiary is enrolled in the Trust, the coordinator will become their main point of contact. The coordinator will communicate with both beneficiaries and their representatives for day-to-day activities including disbursement processing and approvals, deposits, general correspondence, file and database updates, etc. This position works four days per week and is a hybrid position. We currently require one to two days per week in the office, with the balance of days worked from home. This hybrid model may change at any time.
Reviews disbursements and ensures that payments are processed and approved according to benefits received by each beneficiary.
Communicates with established Trust beneficiaries and/or their representatives; documents all activity in the CRM system.
Monitors established Trust beneficiary files and updates when contact or benefit information changes.
Uses procedural checklists to ensure that key functions/processes/documents are in proper order from a timeliness and accuracy perspective.
Provides monthly, weekly, or ad-hoc reports as needed.
Schedules and minutes quarterly board meetings and board communications.
Other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications and Skills:
Familiar with SSI (Supplemental Security Income), SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance), Medicare and Medicaid guidelines preferred.
Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years of professional work experience required, other relevant education and / or experience will be considered.
Experience working with people with disabilities and understanding the extra care, patience, and attention to detail that may be required.
Proficient with standard Microsoft Office programs, online data entry and banking platforms preferred.
Highly organized, resourceful and an independent worker.
May be asked to attend local marketing and vendor events which may be held on nights or weekends.
Work Environment and Physical Demands:
Primary functions of this job are sedentary; occasionally this position may require activities of commuting to the corporate office, attending off-site meetings, trainings, or organizational events.
This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change, or new ones may be assigned at any time with or without notice.
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