AB109 Program Manager - AB 109 Housing First


AB109 Program Coordinator - Position #661


AB109 Housing First


116 E. San Luis Ave., Salinas, CA 93901


Deborah Carrillo, Deputy Regional Program Director


(831) 758-2809


Class 130 ($2,100.51-$2,362.79/semi-monthly)


Full-Time, Salaried, Exempt


Until Filled



We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


The Program Manager reports to the Deputy Regional Director and will provide direct supervision, case management, and transitional housing services for post release community, mandatory and intensive supervision probationers.   The Program Manager will provide direct supervision of the AB109 Housing Coordinator.


1.  Manage the program in compliance with the Monterey County Probation Housing contract.

2.  Provide housing expansion activities increasing the data base by at least 35% annually.

3.  Conduct community partnership development activities.

4.  Supervise Monterey County Probation referral approvals, wait, and do not readmit list.

5.  Work in partnership with Monterey County Probation, Behavioral Health and related partners in the delivery of a shared case management system.

6.  Manage an updated resource center providing client referrals and community advocacy.

7.  Maintain updated client files and Monterey County Probation shared case management system. 

8.  Conduct Honor House assessment eligibility and orientation to such as part of the PRT.

9.  Update program and exit plan upon Honor House acceptance and provide bi-weekly reviews following.  

10.  Maintain an impartial progressive discipline system.

11.  Provide on-site programming using best practice probation approved curriculum. 

12.  Coordinate community volunteers for on-site trainings and presentations.

13.  Coordinate client job and related services with community employment programs. 

14.  Oversee facility and yard maintenance of the Honor Houses.

15.  Responsible for building maintenance, safety, and coordination of Honor House repairs. 

16.  Provide oversight of resident security and accountability.

17.  Supervise resident's medical needs and monitor medication control. 

18.  Manage resident supervision collaboratively with RRC Monitor staff.

19.  Coordinate resident meals and special diets with the Residential Supervising Cook.

20.  Responsible for purchasing and managing facility food and supplies.

21.  Ensure cross-training of AB109 housing personnel. 

22.  Provide monitor duty support as directed by the Deputy Regional Director. 

23.  Maintain program operations and records per agency policies and procedures.

24.  Provide program reports as required by the Deputy Regional Director and Monterey County Probation.  

25.  Attend meetings as required. 

26.  Employees are expected to manage their cell phone use so that the Agency cell phone stipend covers all business usage.  Any calls not covered by the stipend are to be made on a company landline phone.

27.  Will drive on Agency business.

28.  Will think and act quickly and efficiently in emergencies. 

29.  Comply with all Turning Point Safety policies and procedures, including but not limited to: workplace safety, reporting work related injuries, infection control and preventing potential safety risks for staff, clients and others.

30.  Other duties as assigned. Please note this job description is not designated to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required for the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.


1.  Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university or five (5) years of experience in a related field. 

2.  Skilled at working with adult offenders and knowledge of substance abuse/mental health issues. 

3.  Capacity to organize, set priorities and work with limited supervision.

4.  Excellent verbal and written skills. 

5.  Proficient in assessment and problem solving with people in personal crisis. 

6.  Mature judgment, assertive and able to deal with confrontation.

7.  Ability to remain non-judgmental and handle sensitive issues with confidentiality, integrity and tact.

8.  Capable of maintaining good relationships with co-workers and all others with whom the Agency transacts business with. 

9.  Must be available by cell phone when needed.

10.  Intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.

11.  Possess a valid driver's license and have access to a dependable means of transportation that is properly insured and operated in accordance with all laws.  Agency insurer authorization is required. 

12.  Ability to pass a criminal background check, pre-employment physical, drug screen, and TB test.

13.  Must maintain good relationships with consumers, co-workers, government and civic representatives, as well as community members within whom the Agency is transacting business, and relate to them in a professional manner.