HUD Housing Projects Administrator

Website Vermont Coalition of Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs

Position Summary:
Unique opportunity to serve on a 4-person team that supports a statewide network of runaway and homeless youth housing and service providers. The Housing Project Coordinator supports the implementation of Vermont’s HUD Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP).  This program serves youth 16-24 through five housing projects including: Housing Navigation, Rapid Re-housing, Transitional Housing, Landlord Liaisons, and Diversion. Duties will include provision of technical assistance to partners across the state, rental assistance administration and client tracking, project and grant management activities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage project implementation of five HUD housing projects with statewide sub-contractor network.
  • Support subcontractors and service providers through case consultation, technical assistance, advocacy and maintaining a community of practice.
  • Review and approve Rapid Rehousing, Transitional Housing and Diversion Housing applications.
  • Submit initial applications and recertifications to VSHA and work collaboratively with case managers to provide necessary supporting documentation.
  • Track client data and paperwork to ensure timely collection of documentation, support accurate project data for reporting, and to make sure that rental assistance is continued for youth in our programs.
  • Work with the Director to monitor sub-contractor budgets and project spending and process monthly invoices.
  • Work with Director to facilitate and engage stakeholders in continuous evaluation of YHDP projects and their impact.
  • Collaborate with the Director on the creation and submission of grant reports.
  • Aid in the development of enhanced systems’ responses to youth housing issues and forward Vermont’s Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program Coordinated Community Plan.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree (minimum) in human services related field.
  • Experience working in affordable and/or emergency housing.
  • Positive communication skills, including written and verbal, with the ability to lead groups, facilitate meetings, and implement change.
  • Excellent organization skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at once.
  • Ability to self-motivate.

Working Environment
This is a full-time position (37.5 hours per week) that works closely and collaboratively with the VCRHYP’s administrative team to support partner agencies and ensure Coalition programs meet outcome goals. Some in-state travel and attendance at an annual national conference is required.

VCRHYP is a program of the Washington County Youth Service Bureau Boys & Girls Club located in Berlin, Vermont.  The work can be a hybrid of telecommuting and office- based yet schedules will need to include fixed days at the office (to be determined). The atmosphere at the Bureau is casual yet professional.

*Due to COVID work is currently remote/ telecommuting with a planned re-entry beginning in the Summer/Fall of 2021.

Pay Level: 
Level 6: salary range between $38,000-$42,000 annually.

Benefits:    after completion of 60-day probation
Vacation Allowance    15 days
Personal Days    3 days
Holidays     12 days
Sick Leave    10 days
Health Insurance   Yes
Dental/Optical   Not available at this time
Long Term Disability/Life Insurance   Yes

Position open until filled

  • Washington County Youth Service Bureau/Boys & Girls Club and VCRHYP are EOE
  • Background check required
  • Please submit cover letter and resume to  References will be requested after initial interview



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