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Human Services Planner II
Human Services Planner
The Continuum of Care Committee is a collaborative of cross-sector stakeholders providing housing and services to people experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County. The purpose of the Committee is to leverage relationships and diverse expertise to actively advance the broad community goals of preventing and ending homelessness throughout the region. The Committee provide input and recommendations to the Continuum of Care Board and communicate to the community.
The Maricopa County Regional Continuum of Care Committee (CoCC) on Homelessness is seeking new members for a 2, 3 or 4 year term beginning September 2017. The Committee has a limited number of vacant seats to be filled through the CoCC recruitment process. The Membership Work Group will be reviewing applications and recommending candidates to the CoCC.
Vacancies will be filled according to the following priorities:
The application is a two-part process:
7/20/2017 Announcement published, application process open
8/4/2017 Online applications due by 4 p.m.
8/9/2017 Applicants notified of decisions by the CoCC Membership Work Group by 4 p.m., pending CoCC approval on 8/16/2017
8/16/2017 CoCC meeting—CoCC will approve new members
9/20/2017 First CoCC meeting with new members
For more information, contact Anne Scott.
From p. 9 of the governance charter:
Biannually, January and July, the collaborative applicant will solicit letters of interest and résumés from prospective members representing stakeholders. Notification of vacancies for community members will be solicited through the MAG website, the CoC email distribution list, the Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness website, and announcements at COC Committee and COC Board meetings. Interested parties shall submit their résumé to the collaborative applicant. Once the résumé is received, the collaborative applicant will provide an application requesting information about the applicant’s interest in the Committee, experience in areas related to homelessness, and willingness to participate in the work of the Committee. Applications and résumés will be reviewed by the CoC Committee Membership Work Group and recommendations will be made to the CoC Committee. The CoC Committee will vote to approve applicants for membership.
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