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Current Job Openings

Ain Dah Yung Center is seeking Front Desk Staff members to work every Saturday and Sunday from 4pm to 12am to provide culturally sensitive residential support at Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung, our permanent supportive housing project. Can’t commit to every evening shift on the weekend? No problem! We have On-Call positions to fill in when the regularly scheduled staff needs a day off. Salary for this position is $15-$17, depending on experience. Front Desk Staff provide general assistance and support to residents during non-business hours. The program operates using both Housing First philosophy and Harm Reduction approaches. All residents are transitioning from homelessness and have needs focused on mental wellness, chemical health, and trauma.

Ain Dah Yung Center (ADYC) has an exciting opportunity to be involved in the Circle of Support program. ADYC is seeking a full time Kinship Worker to assist in the development, implementation, and contribution in the Circle of Support Program. The purpose of the Circle of Support Program is to build healthy and supportive natural networks for the American Indian youth experiencing homelessness or that have recently transitioned out of homelessness.

Ain Dah Yung Center is seeking a full time Transition Coach to provide housing case management to at-risk young adults. The role of the Transition Coach is to assist these young adults gain/maintain housing in our permanent supportive housing program, Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung (MOADY). The program operates using both Housing First philosophy and Harm Reduction approaches. All residents are transitioning from homelessness and may have needs focused on mental wellness, chemical health, and trauma. Salary for this position depends on experience.

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