Shelter is one of the most essential human needs. Housing Coordinators helps people - especially those in particular need of support - apply for, qualify for, move into, and retain secure housing. Coordinators are usually employed by community agencies and nonprofits but sometimes work directly for a government agency, usually at a local level.
Some coordinators also work in the private sector as part of a company's human resources team. They help employees find temporary accommodation, particularly those who are relocating to a new location.
- Community and Social Service
- Housing Programs, Urban Planning, and Community Development
- Public Administration
- Management of Material Resources
- Planning for Projects
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