Resident Services Coordinator

Project Access

About the organization

Project Access was founded in 1999 and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that assists low-income families and seniors. We offer onsite programs to help ensure that residents maintain their employment, children stay in school and seniors remain active. Project Access provides services such as, but not limited to, after-school tutoring and healthy snacks, job search assistance, health programs, English as a second language classes, and senior programs. We help the residents become further educated, financially stable and contributing members to our communities. In addition, in order to provide the most comprehensive services, we work with other organizations and provide referrals for needs beyond the scope of our services. In 2018, Project Access provided programs and services to over 16,000 individuals.


Become a key part of an exciting team that provides on-site health, education, and employment services to over 20,000 children, families, and seniors living in low-income neighborhoods across the country. Project Access Resource Centers are embedded into the fabric of the community as a physical presence on-site, in residents’ own backyards, thereby eliminating the geographical barrier of access to social services. To learn more about Project Access, please visit

As the Resident Services Coordinator, you are responsible for the overall development and coordination of programs and services offered for the benefit of residents which include youth, adults, and the elderly who live in the community. Serves as a liaison in the community and advocates for services offered to residents with a drive to increase presence and access to programs and services in the respective community through intentional outreach and engagement.

This position works independently and is suited for someone who thrives in an environment with a high degree of autonomy and accountability. The Family Resource Center is located on the grounds of the housing apartment community.

Interested in more details?
Schedule: This is a full-time, non-exempt position, with a work schedule of Monday-Friday, 9am to
6pm, with ability to work an occasional Saturday for an event
Benefits: Project Access pays 100% of the employee’s medic


QUALIFICATIONS (Education/Experience/Skills/Certifications):
 Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, or Human Services field
 One year of experience working with youth (i.e. ASP) and in social services
 Experience serving diverse populations, demonstrating cultural competency and community awareness
 Bi-lingual in Vietnamese strongly preferred
 Intermediate skill level with Excel; proficiency in MSOffice, Outlook, and Internet
 Valid CA Driver’s License, clean driving record, and current automobile insurance
 CPR & First Aid certification
 Successful completion of background check and LiveScan
 The physical activity of this position may include minimal lifting, bending, walking, kneeling, reaching, and step climbing. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds which may include large boxes of food for a supplemental food distribution program.



Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

TO APPLY for this enriching and rewarding opportunity please email your cover letter and resume to [email protected] with “El Rancho Verde” entered in the subject line. Your cover letter is to summarize your experience working with diverse cultures and with multiple age groups.

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