HOW TO APPLY: Email Resume and/or NVOP employment application to Personnel at Duties: The Director of Client Services is a key management position responsible for assuring the delivery of critical services to veteran families "at-risk" of becoming homeless if not for the intervention provided by the Support Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program. The Director will be responsible for implementing and guiding a "housing-first" model that requires focused effort on stabilizing veteran families residing in permanent housing but in jeopardy of becoming homeless, and homeless veteran families that are in need of placement in permanent housing affordable and suitable to the family. The Director, under the supervision of the Vice President of Client Service Operations will be directly responsible for establishing a program of operation "from the ground up" for this first-time program, to include outreach strategies to find eligible families, management of case activities, meeting program goals and objectives, preparing timely reports as required, and addressing personnel training and performance requirements. Additional duties will be assigned by the Vice President of Client Services as may be necessary. Requirements: Seeking an individual with management experience and ability to integrate this new program into the existing services of a 40 year old stable non-profit organization specialized in services to veterans. Prefer candidates with a Masters Degree in Management, Business, Counseling, Social Work or other related fields, with experience in a responsible management position, but will consider candidates with a Bachelor's Degree and at least five (5) years of management experience in related work arenas that served low-income individuals, veterans, or the delivery of social services, housing, employment and training, or benefits and entitlements. Preference will also made for individuals with veteran status, due to the nature of the program that calls for common experiences of the military transition to civilian life, knowledge of veterans' benefits, and the general sensitivity and understanding of the veterans' community.