This position monitors activities at the Tiny House Village and maintains a safe environment for
all the residents. This position also provides emergency coverage as needed and works closely
with other Organizers, the on-site Case Manager and the Special Projects Manager.
Foster a safe, clean and peaceful environment in the Tiny House Village.
Assist clients/participants in completing move-in and move-out paperwork. Monitor
individuals entering and exiting the village. Maintain logs and complete incident reports.
Provide outreach and info to neighborhood residents. Handle donations.
Provide an on-site presence in the village, provide assistance to the villagers, enforce rules
and guest policy.
Monitor activities, safety, security and cleanliness in the village. Serve on team providing
24/7 staffing. Monitoring the people as they enter and exit the site. The purpose is to assist
with deterring theft, violence, vandalism, illegal activities or infractions of rules and code of
Perform light-maintenance and janitorial of common areas, entry, kitchen, community
space, bathrooms, grounds and the perimeter of the village.
Assist in setting up village meetings and assign daily and weekly duties to be performed by
Prepare vacant units including light maintenance, cleaning, and coordinating with vendors in
a timely manner. Maintain inventory of basic supplies and order supplies.
Respond to villagers’ concerns and questions.
Provide info and feedback to Case Manager and Special Project Manager on on-going
operations and the welfare of villagers.
Respond to emergencies, being on-call with cell phone and performing grounds checks. Call
911 in case of emergencies such as fire or injuries. Alert LIHI staff and management of
incidents, safety concerns and other related issues.
Be able to lift at least 25 pounds.
Other duties as assigned.
The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) has a 30-year history and track record of owning and
managing low-income housing; developing innovative solutions to homelessness; advocating for
housing justice; providing supportive services; and operating hygiene services for homeless
people at our Urban Rest Stops. LIHI staff have developed over 4,500 affordable housing units
and manages over 2,500 units including rental housing, permanent supportive housing and
transitional housing. The populations served include: families, singles, seniors, veterans, young
adults, immigrants, low wage workers, and people living with physical and mental disabilities.
LIHI is one of the largest nonprofit housing organizations in the state. Our properties are located
in Seattle, King County, and five adjacent counties. LIHI is a national leader in sponsoring tiny
house villages as a crisis solution to homelessness. Annually, the tiny house villages and shelters
serve 1,000 homeless people and our hygiene programs serve over 8,000 homeless people. LIHI
is a BIPOC organization committed to anti-displacement, equitable development, and social
racial justice. LIHI staff is collaborative, dynamic, and dedicated to taking bold steps in ending
homelessness and creating supportive communities for people to thrive.
OPEIU Local 8 is a progressive, democratically run union working for social and economic justice since 1945. Local 8 represents more than 6,000 members all over Washington state working in many settings including offices, health and home care, housing, social services, the insurance industry, legal services and the public sector.
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