Fall brings new career opportunities!
If you are looking for a career within homeless services—attend the upcoming hiring fair and learn about the incredible impact you can have helping those living on our streets get all the support they need to start a new chapter!
The HSP job fair will have 40+ homeless service providers in attendance who are looking to fill hundreds of positions in the homeless services field throughout the greater LA area — everything from case managers and outreach workers to housing navigators, supervisors, and executives.
The Fifth Homeless Service Professionals Job Fair of Los Angeles
When: September 12, 2019, 10:00 a.m-1:00 p.m.
Location: West Los Angeles College, 9000 Overland Ave (Concourse in front Math & Science Bldg.) Culver City, CA 90230
Types of Positions:
Direct Service / Entry Level: case managers, outreach workers, housing navigators, employment specialists, administration, finance, and more;
Management / Supervisory Level: supervisors, coordinators, program managers and directors, and similar positions;
Professional Level and Executive Level: with advanced degrees such as MSW, MPP, MPH, LCSW, and certifications; senior management
Résumé review and editing
Interviewing preparation and tips
Connections to more local services
Support Onsite at the Fair
We will also have City and County of LA job training experts who will be available to help you practice your interviewing skills and review your résumé if you need assistance before talking to employers.
RSVP at: https://hSpjobfair5.eventbrite.com
Download a copy of the job fair flyer and share with your network.
If you are a service provider that would like to participate in the job fair, please email Alexandra Perikoti via email.
This job initiative is led in partnership with Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, the County of Los Angeles Homeless Initiative, United Way of Greater Los Angeles, the City of LA's Workforce Development Board (WDB), the Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD), the County's Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS), host West Los Angeles College (WLAC), and the CSU5, comprised of the five California State Universities that serve the greater Los Angeles region.