The City Manager’s Office is seeking an experienced professional to direct and manage family support services efforts by coordinating activities with local organizations and city departments to help individuals and families achieve housing stability, financial health, and improved quality of life. This position works with area partners and city staff to identify community challenges and serves as liaison between various programs and individuals. Identifies potential programs and funding sources and submits applications as necessary. Manages and monitors grants to ensure compliance with state and federal requirements. Understands and utilizes the Community Wealth Building TANF program to assist families. Represents the department and city by serving on appropriate boards and committees. The successful candidate must demonstrate excellent communication skills in both speaking and writing. Bachelor’s degree is required; master’s degree in human services preferred. Minimum of one year experience in poverty reduction in urban areas. Experience in education, financial literacy, and housing ideal. Position will remain open until filled.