The Housing and Resource Specialist serves as the point of contact for all resources related to housing, employment, and other supportive service referrals made within the UESF Programs. The work of the Housing and Resource Specialist involves providing housing, employment search assistance and connections to other supportive services to promote participant’s self-sufficiency, integration into the community, and permanency in housing. The Housing & Resource Specialist is also responsible for maintaining and building relationships with landlords and property managers to help ensure adequate housing options. Other duties include but are not limited to administrative tasks such as; adding updates and resource logs to case files and maintaining landlord database. The principal duties are performed both in a general office environment and in the field and community where program participants reside.