Career Opportunities

The mission of St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center is to create and maintain equal housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income people, primarily in Baltimore City, and to encourage and support strong and diverse neighborhoods.

Asset Manager

Job Summary

The successful candidate will have strong management skills and substantial experience in the multi-family asset class, including knowledge and skill with financial performance analysis. This self-starter candidate should be an enthusiastic team player, offer innovative ideas, and have the ability to manage multiple priorities. The Asset Manager will provide multi-family asset management assistance for multi-family properties within the St. Ambrose portfolio. The general focus will be on the real estate’s financial and operational performance, including overseeing the capital improvements and overall business plan for the property. This position is responsible for successfully managing property management relationships, communicating and reporting to investors/equity partners, and serving as a liaison between asset management, accounting, and property management.

Essential Duties

  • Provide oversight of the operating and physical performance of assigned multi-family properties within the portfolio;
  • Evaluate property management results consistent with St. Ambrose’s objectives and budgeted expectations;
  • Assist Housing Development Department in vetting potential acquisitions in their respective market/portfolio on an as-needed basis;
  • Oversees the preparation and execution of operating and capital improvement budgets;
  • Ongoing review of the assigned property and portfolio performance, including weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual progress reports;
  • Review Pro-forma P&L statements and budget for capital expenditures;
  • Review and recommend changes to marketing plans and annual operating budgets;
  • Review and analyze requests for capital improvements submitted by property management;
  • Work with various parties in performing tasks, including property and construction management, lenders, and other third parties;
  • Project real estate performance by understanding specific asset characteristics, interpreting historical operating results, and understanding local supply-demand fundamentals, as well as broad economic data;
  • Conduct fieldwork (e.g., visit/inspect assets, determine rent and sales comps).


  • Minimum four years asset management experience within multi-family is required, including experience with underwriting/financial modeling, as well as acquisitions and dispositions/sale of multi-family properties;
  • Understanding of various real estate markets;
  • Bachelor’s degree required, finance background preferred;
  • Ability to travel as needed for effective oversight of Fund assets;
  • Advanced knowledge of Excel;
  • Conceptual knowledge of core business disciplines including real estate finance, investment principles, corporate finance, and accounting;
  • Strong problem-solving, analytical, and quantitative skills;
  • Good oral and written communication skills; can express ideas and describe information clearly and concisely;
  • Professional presence to interact with executive management;
  • Ability to balance multiple projects simultaneously with demanding deadlines in a small team environment;
  • Ability to operate with a high degree of flexibility and to adapt to changing demand;
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse personalities to accomplish the objective;
  • Self-starter and can work well with limited direction;
  • Initiative, resourcefulness, strong attention to detail, reliable.

Physical Requirements

The physical demands described here are representative of those that an employee must meet to perform the essential functions of this job successfully:

  • Able to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk and hear. Will require sitting for an extended period;
  • Ability to effectively use office equipment (including, but not limited to, computer, phone, fax machine, printer/copier machine) and computer systems to fulfill essential functions of the position;
  • Able to lift/carry objects up to 10 pounds over short distances;
  • Includes meetings, driving, climbing stairs, and walking to/from rental properties.


Send resume and letter of interest to:

Director of Human Resources
St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, Inc.
321 East 25th Street
Baltimore MD 21218

Or via email to:

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Be sure to reference the position name in the subject line and cover letter.


Host Home Program Coordinator

Job Summary

Reporting to the Director of Homesharing, the Host Home Program Coordinator will co-design, implement, lead, and help evaluate the St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center Host Home Program, which is being launched as part of the Point Source Youth Baltimore Pilot.

The Host Home Program identifies, screens, and trains community members who volunteer to host for youth aged 18-24 who are in need of immediate housing, for which hosts receive a stipend and ongoing support from the Host Home Program Coordinator.

The Host Home Program emphasizes participation by LGBTQ+ welcoming and affirming hosts. The Host Home Program Coordinator will identify and appropriately connect young people in need of housing with hosts.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Program Development: Co-create program policies and procedures with Point Source Youth, based on Host Home Program best practices. Areas to develop include:
  • Recruitment, screening, ongoing support, and retention of hosts
  • Create Tools and documents needed to track host engagement and recruitment
  • Communication practices between partner organizations to assure needs and concerns of youth and hosts are being addressed in a regular and systematic way.
  • Provide support and guidance to the Host participants at St. Ambrose
  • Program Implementation: Plan and execute activities to implement the Host Home Program. This includes:
  • Activities to recruit, screen, support, and retain hosts
  • Ongoing case management of hosts
  • Regular communication and collaborative meetings with youth case management partners
  • Engage youth in Host Home Program consultation and feedback: meet with youth consultants in development of Host Home Program policies and procedures and attend bimonthly Youth Consultant Team meetings.
  • Attend Point Source Youth Baltimore Pilot meetings and St. Ambrose Housing Aid staff meetings
  • Participate in Host Home Program evaluation: collaborate with Point Source Youth to set up formative evaluation interviews with hosts and youth participating in Host Home Program as well as relevant St. Ambrose Housing and partner organization staff. Coordinate youth survey distribution with Point Source Youth and researcher.
  • Cultivate culture of learning for Host Home Program: plan and attend regular, ongoing trainings related to topics connected to Host Home Program including supporting LGBTQ+ youth experiencing housing instability, positive youth development, trauma-informed care, and host home best practices.


  • BA with 5+ years’ experience in field of social services, housing, community organizing, or other relevant work; Consideration may be given for a unique combination of education and experience.
  • Demonstrated experience with working with LGBTQ+ youth of color and commitment to integrating youth voice and best practices working with LGBTQ+ youth of color
  • Project management and/or program development experience
  • Experience working in a collaborative setting
  • Strong relationship and community engagement skills
  • Know how to navigate youth related resources and Baltimore communities
  • Experience recruiting, training, and supporting staff, volunteers, teams, community coalitions, and/or another group working toward a common goal.
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, creativity, and a commitment to and passion for St. Ambrose Housing Aid’s mission and the mission of ending youth homelessness.

Physical Requirements

This position normally requires the physical demands of standing, walking, bending, lifting or performing other work requiring medium exertion, talking, and hearing on a regular basis to perform the job requirement. These physical demands are required up to 90% of the time.

To Apply

Please send resume and letter of interest via email to:

Or by mail to:
Director of Human Resources
St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, Inc.
321 East 25th Street
Baltimore MD 21218

This is a part-time position.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Be sure to reference the position name in the subject line and/or cover letter.