The Shelter Manager will plan, develop, and supervise the services, operations, and functions of Lassen Family Services, Inc.’s (LFS) Communal Living Shelter for victims of domestic violence and/or sexual abuse; will promote resident self-sufficiency and transition from the shelter to general community living through trauma-informed care; will provide a variety of counseling, crisis intervention, and general support; will be responsible for shelter operations and other work as assigned by administration. The shelter manager has direct supervision of shelter staff.
The Shelter Manager is responsible for managing the functions, operations, and services of Lassen Family Services, Inc.’s Shelter with assistance from shelter workers for victims of domestic violence/sexual abuse; establishes policies for shelter residents, in conjunction with the administration staff. Ensures that residents comply with agency policies, maintain proper shelter living conditions, and the sanitary/safety requirements of a group living environment; conducts orientation sessions for new shelter residents; recommends modifications and makes changes to meet diverse resident’s needs; provides resident assessments and reviews; assists shelter residents with developing goals for promoting self-sufficiency and transition from the shelter to general community living; conducts individual and group counseling sessions with shelter residents; provides crisis counseling for LFS participants; responsible for the operations and services as delegated by agency management; maintains and recognizes needs for a sufficient inventory of food, clothing, and supplies for shelter operations; ensures proper maintenance of shelter facilities and equipment; maintains records and prepares reports of shelter operations; promotes community outreach and volunteer efforts; encourages communication between Shelter staff and LFS staff. EOE.Minimum Education and Experience
About Lassen Family Services
Lassen Family Services, Inc. (LFS) is committed to ending abuse in our community through Prevention, Healing, Advocacy, Safety, and Education, compassionate intervention, and effective partnerships with local community and social service agencies that will support and empower the participant’s journey to success. LFS was established in 1979 as a nonprofit domestic violence and sexual assault crisis center.