The Senior Community Building Coordinator’s (SCBC) primary role is to lead the effort in addressing the needs of residents across multiple or large CHW communities through comprehensive community and asset mapping. This position will ensure the quality of all onsite resident services, including, but not limited to Next Gen Success, Financial Well-Being, and Health and Wellness, Senior Community Building Coordinators (SR CBC) are responsible for leading, managing, and holding accountable on-site staff or partners within a specific region and/or cluster location. 

The SR CBC will work in collaboration with Property Management and the CHW Achieve Leadership Team, including but not limited to; County of San Diego, various food distribution Partners, Volunteer and Partnership Coordinator, and Financial Coaches in reaching all goals and objectives set by the Achieve Department as they relate to CHW’s 2020-2024 Strategic Plan.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

SR CBCs lead the cluster coordination effort; collaborating with the CHW Volunteer and PartnershipCoordinator, Financial Coaches and the Property Management team, in reaching all goals and objectives set by the Achieve Department. In addition, the SR CBC has a specialized skill and/or expertise in areas such as Human Services, Education, Violence Prevention, Disability Support, Community Organizing, etc. (areas that directly contribute and enhance the development and support of Achieve-Resident Services programs and location needs).

  • Work collaboratively with Community/Property Managers in developing resident support systems; providing support to identified residents in need of external resource, referrals and/or advocacy.
  • Establish community relationships and community partnerships with local resources, organizations, advocacy groups, etc., establishing service delivery partnerships as appropriate per CHW community(ies). 
  • On-going data collection including but not limited to resident surveying, needs assessments, facilitation of focus groups and resident service evaluations of CHW communities as assigned. 
  • Marketing: Promote CHW community campaigns as assigned, as they relate to CHW Advancement Department and community engagement efforts.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Education, Communications, Family and Human Development, Human Services, Public Health, and/or 3 or more years of experience in related fields desired.
  • Certifications and/or training in the following preferred: harm-reduction, motivational interviewing, trauma informed care, non-violent crisis intervention, and mental health first-aid.
  • Must have experience working with children and adults of low-income communities and vulnerable/marginalized populations; immigrate/refugees, victims of domestic violence, substance abuse, youth, seniors, veterans, homeless populations, etc.
  • Knowledge of a specialized skill and/or expertise in areas such as Education, Violence Prevention, Disability Support, Community Organizing, etc.- (areas that directly contribute and enhance the development and support of Achieve-Resident Services programs and location needs).

CHW is a flexible workplace, providing our staff the balance of in-office collaboration time with peers with working from home. We are maximizing the connect and collaboration time with a set day in the office for our positions that work a hybrid schedule. This supports our business needs and our staff work/life balance. 


It may vary based on skills, experience and qualifications

Hourly Wage: Minimum $26.04 Midpoint $32.55 Maximum $39.06



CHW offers employees generous benefits, including:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Plan
  • 401(K) with company matching contributions
  • Life Insurance, Short- and Long-Term Disability
  • FSA (Flexible Spending Account)
  • Responsible Time Off (RTO)
  • 12 Paid holidays
  • Hybrid Workplace
  • Wellness and Work Life Balance
  • Opportunities for Professional Development
  • EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
  • Free Gym Access
  • Paid Time Volunteer Opportunity
  • Company-Wide Events
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

At CHW, we value diversity, equity and inclusion creating a work environment that respects and includes differences, recognizing the unique contributions that each individual can make that can maximize the potential of all staff. CHW encourages belonging through expressions, thought and innovation.

Additional Benefits:

In addition to those benefits outlined above, CHW employees have access to a variety of other benefits to customize a benefit package that meets their individual needs. Examples of these benefits include Identify Theft Protection, Hospital Indemnity, Accident or Critical Illness Insurance, and ID Legal Shield Services Plan.


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