Thanks for your interest in joining the IHNGC team. We currently have three positions available. 

IHNGC has provided shelter and hospitality to homeless families in the Cincinnati area since 1991. As a unique and innovative shelter model with proven success over the years, including implementation of child enrichment and pet programs, IHNGC is proud of its ability to keep the whole family together in times of crisis. In the last five years, IHNGC has expanded its programming significantly to provide on-going housing support to families exiting homelessness.

The organization provides opportunities for continued education units, assistance in preparing for licensure (if applicable) and regular mentoring from service team leads. It also offers a full complement of benefits and

The Housing Case Manager assists families who are homeless in obtaining housing quickly and in transitioning to self-sufficiency. The case manager works with property owners in the community to identify appropriate housing, coordinates rental payments, and provides on-going case management support to families. This includes networking with community organizations in order to provide referrals that support long-term stability. See the full job description and how to apply here.

The Child & Youth Services Coordinator will act as an advocate and service provider, ensuring that children staying at the IHNGC emergency shelter and housing programs have their needs recognized and addressed. Children experiencing homelessness are at greater risk than their stably housed counterparts for experiencing delays in development, trouble in school, and problems related to behavior and social functioning. Homeless children are also more likely to have experienced trauma and its associated effects. This position works to minimize these impacts on children in IHNGC shelter and transitional housing. See the full job description and how to apply here.

The Shelter Aide-Reception position serves families by providing consistent and reliable customer service to guests and visitors at the IHNGC day center. This position is new to the organization, but will encompass a dynamic set of tasks that primarily revolve around interfacing with guests in shelter and greeting visitors and directing them to the appropriate staff or area. It requires a high degree of autonomy, problem-solving skills, and initiative in times that seem slow and fast-thinking when times seem fast-paced and challenging. See the full job description and how to apply here.