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Employment Opportunities

New London Homeless Hospitality Center is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, sex, military status, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, creed, citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all of New London Homeless Hospitality Center's hiring practices, and all terms and conditions of employment.


To apply, send a resume and cover letter to Nicole Thomas, Human Resources Manager, at


Chief Financial Officer

Working with the Executive Director the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will manage a $4.5 million annual budget to assure compliance with all relevant requirements and maximize NLHHC impact on addressing homelessness.  This budget includes funding from over 20 state/federal contracts, several major capital projects, foundation support, Medicaid, contracted services, rental properties and private donations.  CFO will provide leadership for an existing strong accounting and contract management team.  CFO will also be a key member of the NLHHC leadership team seeking creative ways to address housing instability in our region.  This position provides an opportunity to apply financial expertise to make a difference in people's lives by helping address critical housing challenges facing lower income residents of our area.


For more details see job description. (attached)

For more information about NLHHC visit our website at

Intake & Education Coordinator

Under the supervision of the Housing Counseling Manager, the Intake and Education Coordinator will provide administrative and outreach support for the HUD-Housing Counseling Agency program. The program provides comprehensive housing counseling services, including housing workshops and one-on-one counseling sessions in pre-purchase, personal finances, landlord, renter, disaster preparedness, and disaster recovery.


The Intake and Education Coordinator supports the Housing Counseling operations, including participant intake, outreach and recruitment, referrals, data entry, convening meetings, file management, workshop management, etc. The ideal candidate has outstanding communication, interpersonal, customer service, and organizational skills. The candidate should be able to work with little supervision, have a team-oriented attitude, a calm demeanor, and the ability to organize and prioritize work assignments. The Intake and Education Coordinator must pay attention to detail and be solutions-oriented, understanding, and non-judgmental.


For a full job description and how to apply, click here.

Diversion Specialist

Working under the supervision of the Emergency Response Team Lead, the Diversion Specialist is responsible for completing initial assessments for people newly experiencing homelessness and assisting them to find alternatives to shelter if possible.  Click here for a thorough job description.

Supportive Housing Case Manager

Working under the supervision of the Intensive Services Manager, Case Managers support participants in Permanent
Supportive Housing, VA GPD, and other programs who need more intensive support to achieve or maintain housing stability.  The goal of the staff  is to assist individuals to achieve/maintain stable housing and achieve other goals as outlined in an individual service plan.
 Click here for a thorough job description and application instructions. 

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