Have organizational skills? We definitely need you!
FHR is searching for a Housing Counseling Intake Volunteer that can help keep our housing counseling intakes organized. We are looking for someone that can assist us by managing phone calls, provide basic information, track submitted documents, and assist clients on their housing counseling appointments. This volunteer can also help by organizing homebuyer files in our databases. We are looking for a couple of volunteers to help us keep up with the high demand of housing counseling services. Work can be done remotely. Help us help families that are searching for a place to call home. Spanish/English preferred.
Work can be completed remotely. This does require computing skills, access to high speed internet, and computer programs for communication (Microsoft Office and email)
Since work is done remotely currently, volunteer would also need access to audio/video interface for videoconferences and phone calls
Attention to detail and organizational skills
Strong computer literacy, including experience working with database and email services
Ability to work on independently on a self-paced environment with solid follow-through
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About FAMILY HOUSING RESOURCES INC
3505 N. Campbell Ave Suite 501, TUCSON, AZ 85719, US
We create lasting solutions to help individuals and families reach financial freedom through housing support, education, and partnership.
Family Housing Resources, Inc. (FHR), established in 1991, is dedicated to providing low income individuals and families an opportunity to obtain quality, affordable housing through both rental and homebuyer support programs.
Since 1991, FHR has assisted nearly 12,000 individuals and families in achieving the American Dream: homeownership.
While continuing to provide access to safe and affordable rental units, homebuyer education and down payment assistance, FHR also offers access to student loan debt reduction services. FHR is committed to serving community needs in the most effective and productive ways possible.
Additionally, in 2015, Family Housing Resources, Inc. established the FHR Cares Community Investment Fund. Through grant giving, FHR Cares assists the efforts of organizations whose work directly improves the Pima County community, particularly in the vital area of affordable housing.
Education & Literacy
Homeless & Housing
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
February 3, 2021
Basic Computer Skills
Microsoft Office Suite
Orientation or Training
Flexible schedule, though weekly time commitment is preferred. Weekly hours can range from 3-6, 6-10, 10-15 hours.
Training required: Fair Housing Training through Grow (specific database training provided by the Housing Counseling Team). Systems training as well. Trainings and Orientation will be provided by FHR.