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  • Full Time
  • St. Louis County
  • Salary: $43,500 to $47,500
  • Organization Type: Community Development

Horizon Housing Foundation

Position: Social Services Portfolio Manager – Colorado, Oklahoma, Hawaii, California

Horizon Housing Foundation is seeking a full-time Social Services Portfolio Manager to lead our efforts to bring social services and programs to residents of Horizon-affiliated affordable housing properties across several states including Colorado, Oklahoma, Hawaii, and California.

The ideal candidate will have the organizational and communication skills needed to coordinate a wide variety of services and programs across a large portfolio of affordable housing properties. They will bring a proactive and problem-solver approach to ensure maximum benefit for the residents within their portfolio.

About Horizon Housing Foundation

Horizon Housing Foundation has been coordinating service enrichment to low-income housing tax credit properties since its creation in 2000. Horizon provides services to individuals, families, and seniors in both rural and urban areas in multiple states across the country. These services promote economic self-sufficiency, education, and health. Horizon recognizes that residents and needs at each property are different, and so tailors services to the individual needs of each property in order to make a more meaningful impact for the residents we serve.

Job Responsibilities

This position is based in St. Louis, Missouri, and works with properties across multiple states. Work is primarily done from the St. Louis office, with travel required to conduct property visits and meet with partners. This position reports to the Director of Social Services.

The core responsibilities for this position include:

  • Coordinating services and programs across a large portfolio of affordable housing properties
  • Conducting outreach to build relationships with new properties
  • Managing existing relationships and building capacity at Horizon-affiliated properties
  • Developing local and regional partnerships with relevant vendors and nonprofits in regions across several states

Day-to-day tasks include:

  • Building and maintaining relationships with housing developers, regional management staff, and onsite property staff across the portfolio
  • Assisting onsite property staff with conducting resident needs assessments, developing service plans, implementing services, communicating with residents, and related tasks
  • Identifying and developing a network of community resources and local service partners
  • Managing payments and outgoing funds to all partners, properties, and accounts in a timely manner
  • Monitoring implementation of programs and services, including reporting requirements
  • Working with the Director of Social Services and other Social Services Portfolio Managers to find ways to improve services and reach more communities and more residents


We are seeking candidates who are highly organized, possess strong communication skills, and can thrive as part of a small, close-knit team. Candidates must have:

  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • A track record of managing multiple partnerships and projects simultaneously
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • An ability to complete tasks with little supervision
  • A working knowledge of basic computer skills and tools (Microsoft Office suite, Google suite, online meeting tools, etc.)
  • A commitment to furthering the aims of equity and inclusion in our work

An ideal candidate will also bring:

  • A background in social work or the nonprofit sector
  • A proactive approach to finding solutions and addressing needs
  • A self-starter attitude
  • Experience working with a diverse clientele
  • An ability to quickly and effectively build new relationships and partnerships
  • An ability to create and sustain positive working relationships at all levels of the organization, both internal and external

Other Considerations

  • This position will use a hybrid work model, with some days in the office (located in St. Louis county) and some days working from home.
  • This role will require travel (up to 20% of staff time) to visit properties, attend conferences, etc. This will require plane travel and extensive driving.


This position has an expected salary range of $43,500 to $47,500 per year, and includes a generous benefits package.

Benefits include:

  • Health and dental insurance
  • Paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays
  • Paid parental leave
  • Retirement match

How to apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to We will accept applications through June 14, 2024 or until the position is filled.