Mayor Eric Garcetti, in partnership with the City’s Economic and Workforce Development Department, L.A. County, L.A. Homeless Services Authority, and United Way of Greater L.A., leads the 2017 Homeless Service Provider Job Fair of Los Angeles.
Due to the significant increase in funding from Measure H to fund homelessness services, there are over 600 new positions available across the homeless service delivery system in the L.A. area.
This job fair will provide an opportunity to meet hiring services providers, committed to providing effective, compassionate, and permanent solutions for the most vulnerable Angelenos.
December 7, 2017
8:30 am – 2:00 p.m.
Los Angeles City Hall
Positions open from nearly 30 employers at the job fair:
- Direct Service / Entry Level (Case Managers, Outreach Workers, Employment Specialists, Admin., Finance, and More)
- Management / Supervisory Level (Program Managers and Directors, Supervisors, Coordinators, and More)
- Professional Level (Advanced degrees such as MSW, MPP, MPH, and LCSW)
- Executive Level (Executive Director, CEO, CFO, CPO)
Connect to employers such as: Volunteers of America; L.A. Homeless Services Authority; Salvation Army; The People Concern; St. Joseph Center; People Assisting the Homeless; L.A. LGBT Center; Catholic Charities of L.A., Inc.; Jewish Family Service of L.A.; 1736 Family Crisis Center; Jewish Family Service of L.A.; Children’s Hospital of L.A.; Step Up on Second Street Inc.; Valley Oasis; The Whole Child; Skid Row Housing Trust; and more!
City and County of L.A. workforce development organizations will also be on site to help build interviewing and résumé skills for a successful job search.
Bring your résumé and be prepared for an interview!
RSVP in advance and arrive early for priority entry.
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