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Employment application

The following positions are currently open and are looking to fill immediately. If you have a passion for helping the homeless, un-housed, at-risk adults in your community, then we want to talk to you! Please see the positions below, and email your resume to

our Human Resources. Thank you!


Current Available Positions:

Development Director

Marketing Director

DoW Drivers

Residential Services Coordinator
We are looking for male and female shelter monitor staff to help support clients, register, check-in, monitor and assess the overall well-being of clients and shelter. Must be able to work nights and mid-night shifts with hours being: 4:00 PM to 12:30 AM and 12:00 AM to 8:30 AM. Must be hardworking, responsible, and be able to pass a drug screening & background check. Spanish speaking a plus but not required. Pay between $9 to $13 per hour based on experience. We are looking to get started immediately! Please email your resume to Human Resources or fax it to (650) 330-8010, Attention Human Resources. Please include your times of availability for an interview.


Shift responsibilities include the following:

  • Advocate for clients needs
  • Monitor clients’ progress and well-being.
  • Assist team in identifying potential challenges and provide input to others.
  • Understand the systemic issues that affect low income and marginalized people.
  • Engage clients: document background information and history
  • Orient new arrivals to shelter protocols and policies
  • Observe clients in day-to-day routines: maintain informal contact and develop informal

Opportunities to assist when needed

  • Observe and assess agitation levels in order to proactively defusing potentially aggressive situations
  • Assist with life and problem solving skills and support
  • Communication – Attends staff meetings to ensure that clients needs are being well represented

Education and Experience

    • Experience working in a shelter or other organization that works with the disenfranchised
    • Some college
    • Effective team player who is non-judgmental and honest
    • Proficient with PC


Good interpersonal and communication skills

  • Able to assist team in identifying potential challenges and providing input to staff
  • Understands the systemic issues that affect low income marginalized people
  • Able to observe and assess agitation levels in order to proactively diffuse potential aggressive situations
  • Orient new clients on shelter protocols and policies
  • Team work and Adaptability