Note: Do not apply directly to LIHI. To start the process, you must apply to become a VISTA Volunteer on this website: http://www.esd.wa.gov/washingtonservicecorps/ql-applynow.php
Closing Date: July 31, 2012
Reports To: Supportive Housing Coordinator
Work Schedule: Full-time. Must be available evenings and some weekends.
Compensation: $1,125 per month stipend, plus $5,500 education award or $1,500 cash award upon completion; Volunteers who are currently receiving public assistance can continue to do so throughout the VISTA year.
Benefits: Medical, mileage/bus pass; childcare assistance may be available.
ABOUT THE LOW INCOME HOUSING INSTITUTE: Founded in 1991, LIHI’s mission is to develop, manage and advocate for low-income housing throughout Seattle and Western Washington. Currently, LIHI owns or manages 44 properties containing over 1,600 housing units, providing homes for low-income families, individuals, seniors, people with disabilities, and women and children at risk. More than five hundred of these units are set aside for homeless persons. Seventy-five percent of our housing units serve families or individuals earning less than 30 percent of the area median income.
Job description summary: This position is responsible for collaborating with the LIHI staff, residents, volunteers and community members to develop and implement conservation programs for residents of the Low Income Housing Institute.
Summary: This position is responsible for collaborating with the Resource and Education Coordinator to develop and implement technology-based education programs for residents of the Low Income Housing Institute. Classes and tutoring are offered via the Mobile Lab, 6 Mini-Labs and the Sand Point Community Technology Center.
Note: Do not apply directly to LIHI. To start the process, you must apply to become a VISTA Volunteer on this website: