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Senior Regional Analyst

LA Family Housing Los Angeles, CA

  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description: WHY JOIN US: You believe that every person deserves a place to call home. You see that homelessness is a systemic issue and want to be a part of the solution. You are ready to utilize your talent, experience, and creativity towards purpose-driven work. You want to work alongside industry leaders to learn, implement, and pioneer best practices. LA Family Housing is a leading non-profit agency in Homeless Services and Real Estate Development. With over 35 years of experience and 11,000+ people’s lives changed each year, we know what it takes to end homelessness. We take tremendous pride in the emergence of our staff as national leaders in innovation, best practices, and policy within housing production and homeless services. Join the fight to end homelessness and make a difference in people’s lives at LA Family Housing! THE TEAM: The Sr. Regional Analyst will work directly with the Chief Programs Officer (CPO) and members of the Programs Senior Management Team and is focused on regional collaboration and system policy mostly in Service Planning Area (SPA) 2. This will be a team of leaders that are change agents in the homeless service and affordable housing industry passionate about implementing best practices in and every-changing environment. THE POSITION: The Sr. Regional Analyst is responsible for preparing briefing notes, policy positions, white papers, performance frameworks, and outline strategies to realize the potential of plans and the vision of the CPO as it relates to regional coordination. This position will help to inform communications planning and partner with the Community Engagement Team to support regional efforts. The Senior Regional Analyst monitors and engages across the homeless and housing support system of LA County and supports the work of the CPO to ensure LAFH is represented and has input on broader planning and program initiatives external to LAFH. The Senior Regional Analyst must have a strong understanding of LA County, more specifically SPA 2, homeless system and contributions to homelessness and engage with their counterparts in other systems that overlap with people experiencing homelessness or receiving housing supports such as Child Welfare, Education, Corrections, Income Support and Benefits, and Health Care to assist with creating a unified approach to ending homelessness. Additionally, this role will work closely with Homeless Coalitions, Steering Committees, and Elected Offices. WHAT YOU'LL DO: Be an LAFH ambassador, promoting the agency's mission, culture, and values Research, influence and respond to policy, regulation and legislation on homelessness and affordable housing and it’s impacts to LA Family Housing (LAFH) and the homeless service continuum at large Conduct extensive research on existing and new policies targeted at the homeless systems and services Evaluate the impact of existing and new policies targeted at homeless services and how these policies will affect the work of LAFH and our partners Conduct system studies and evaluations to promote improvements across homeless services across SPA 2 Evaluate overall effectiveness of Coalition and Steering Committee Provide strategies that help address issues/gaps within the system Work in partnership with the programs analysts to find solutions for internal operational gaps and challenges Provide ongoing analysis and management of the staffing structure and ensure gaps are being addressed Develop, prepare and present briefing reports to the CPO, DCPO’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) as directed Create informational policy material for internal and external stakeholders in partnership with the LAFH Communications Department Developing communications strategies to promote effective regional based communication with partners and stakeholders relative to service delivery and programs Develop, maintain, steward, enhance, and support external partnerships within the homelessness and housing response system and other systems that influence homeless programs Work in partnership with Programs leadership to create strategic regional goals relative to SPA-wide homeless programming. Oversee and provide direction to the Director of Regional Coordination and their team Active participation in the Programs Senior Management Team Participate in Executive Team meetings when requested by the CPO or CEO Attend conferences as directed by the CPO Additional tasks, projects and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor WHO YOU ARE: You are a DEI Advocate - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion matters to you, and you are committed to agency DEI initiatives and practices. You value and respect the diversity of lived experiences of your colleagues and LAFH Participants. You are committed to removing barriers for people with a diverse range of identities and lived experiences so that they are able participate in your ideas and solutions. You are a Strategic Thinker - You analyze current policies and initiatives that impact the community at large and develop solutions for identified gaps. You drive Engagement and Collaboration - You empower and motivate your colleagues to engage in their work by inviting input, shared ownership, and visibility while maintaining a strong connection between your work and the organization’s values and goals. You make people feel that their contributions are visible and valued and facilitate open dialogue with a wide variety of contributors and stakeholders. You are an Inclusive Project Leader - You provide clear performance expectations and delegate work in a way that empowers ownership. You provide appropriate guidance and direction based on your team’s capacity and capability and you set stretch goals to objectives that push individuals or teams to perform even more effectively. You are a Communicator - You adapt your communication style and information to the audiences and value diverse communication styles, you ensure what you communicate is received as intended and actionable. You can easily communicate and constructively collaborate with various individuals with a variety of personalities and work on cross-functional teams. You value Adaptability - In an industry that is continuously improving and supporting the diverse needs of our participants, you easily navigate and anticipate changes and know how to communicate the impact of change to the people that you work with. You are Data Driven - Although your ideas are brilliant, you implement data to inform your work. WHAT YOU'VE ACCOMPLISHED: Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Social Work or a related field Education can be substituted for applicable experience Minimum of five (5) year’s monitoring and evaluating public and private policies and system change implementations Strong knowledge of systems and programs that impact people experiencing homelessness Experience working in budgeting, financial analysis or accounting within a governmental entity or large federally funded non-profit organization highly desired PHYSICAL DEMANDS, ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS, EQUIPMENT The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Employee may be in contact with individuals and families in crisis who may be ill, using substances and/or not attentive to personal health and safety for themselves. The employee may experience a number of unpleasant sensory demands associated with the client’s use of alcohol and drugs, and the lack of personal care. The employee must be ready to respond quickly and effectively to many types of situations, including crisis situations and potentially hostile situations Employee is required to: Walk and climb stairs; Handle, finger, grasp and feel objects and equipment; Reach with hands and arms; Communicate, receive and exchange ideas, information by means of the spoken and written word; Be mobile by moving oneself from place to place quickly and easily; Repeat various motions with the wrists, hands and fingers; Be able to have visual activity for (including, but not limited to) administrative and clerical tasks; Drive personal vehicle in and around Los Angeles County and periodically transport clients; Be able to enter various buildings that may require climbing stairs. Be subjected to outside environmental conditions. Use a personal and/or laptop computer, copy, postage and fax machines. Complete all required forms in personal writing. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. If you require an accommodation, please make sure to inform the Human Resources Department by the first week of employment. If an accommodation is not required at the time of employment, but is later required, you must inform the Human Resources Department of the need for accommodation at the time it is needed. WHAT WE OFFER: Health & Insurance Blue Shield of California Health options: TRIO Medical, SAVENET Medical, FULL Medical and PPO Medical • Kaiser HMO Plan (fully paid for by LAFH) Dental options: Dental options: Delta Dental PPO, and Delta Dental DHMO (DHMO-fully paid for by LAFH) Vision option: Humana (fully paid for by LAFH) Life options: Fully sponsored by LAFH, Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD & D) base plan Voluntary Life options: several options with Reliance Standard and AFLAC Long Term Disability (LTD) option (fully paid for by LAFH) Transamerica Policies: Hospital Indemnity, Disability, Accident, and many others Financial Transamerica Policies: Hospital Indemnity, Disability, Accident, and many others Competitive Market Rate Salary Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program eligibility by working at LAFH Retirement Plan options: 403B or ROTH IRA with a 1% employer contribution Education Savings Plan: 529 Education Savings Plan AFLAC Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA): Unreimbursed medical and Dependent Care options Legal Polic

LA Family Housing


Los Angeles, CA
91605 USA



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