JOB SUMMARY: The successful Housing Resident Advocate (HRA) will be an energetic people-person, and an enthusiastic team player who is comfortable working in the field (primarily tenants homes and community events) as well as in an office setting. The Housing Resident Advocate must have a social service background, and a previously demonstrated ability to effectively interact with individuals and families in a social service setting. The Housing Resident Advocate is responsible for facilitating any resources that may be available in order to meet the needs of resident families. The position requires effective coordination with other organizations as well as a significant amount of written documentation in the form of notes, logs, and a variety of reports. Consequently, the position requires written proficiency, and the proven ability to work within groups. Knowledge of the Lummi tribal community and its familial relationships is highly desirable. Under the general supervision of the LNHA Executive Director, the Housing Resident Advocate will be expected to carry out these RESPONSIBILITIES with only a limited amount of supervision.