Providing food, shelter, help and hope to Missoula’s homeless and hungry.

Jobs

For over 40 years, the Poverello Center has provided a necessary safety net for our community members living in hunger and homelessness. An award winning non-profit organization, the Poverello Center provides education, advocacy, and a multitude of services to improve the health, well-being, and stability of people struggling with poverty in Missoula.

Data Specialist

Summary: Leads the Poverello Center’s efforts to evaluate and improve all aspects of our data entry and reporting systems, with a focus on those systems that connect to the HMIS database and the Missoula Coordinate Entry System (MCES) to improve overall program data quality. Works with the At-Risk Housing Coalition (ARHC) to develop a 12-month work plan to improve the ARHC’s HMIS data systems and assists in implementing that plan.

Salary & Benefits: Full-time position at $18.00 to $20.00 an hour (depending on experience). Benefits include health insurance, vision, and dental, paid time off, employer match to a Simple IRA and access to an Employee Assistance Program. 

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Valor House Case Manager

Summary: Provides direct services and case management to Valor House residents in a manner consistent with the Poverello mission and Valor House policies; communicates resident issues and notices to other staff, Missoula Housing Authority landlord, and VA Grant Per Diem Liaison; enforces Valor House policies; writes incident reports and behavior plans; and serves on the Veteran Services Team.

Reports to: Veterans Programs Manager

Education and/or Experience: Bachelor in Social Work (BSW) or equivalent education and experience required.  Experience working with people who are homeless or in poverty preferred.  Experience working with veterans is preferred.

Rate of Pay: $18.80 per hour

Please submit resumes and cover letters to Alena Gostnell at: agostnell@thepoverellocenter.org no later than Monday, March 3rd by 5pm.

 

40 Percent of our shelter Guests have income but struggle to find housing in Missoula's competitive market.
We receive $800,000 worth of donated food per year, allowing our commercial soup kitchen to serve nutrient rich, fresh meals for a cost of less $1 per person.
We simply could not operate without community support. Volunteers provide nearly 9,000 hours of service each year, a value of $200,000.
$16.44 provides a warm night of shelter and three hot meals to a homeless neighbor.