CHUM is seeking to fill two positions at the Steve O’Neil Apartments, a 44-unit permanent supportive housing project for families and children who have had long-term or recurrent experiences of homelessness. Now under construction, the building (115 W. Fourth Street in Duluth) will be ready for occupancy in late December. The mission of the Steve O’Neil Apartments is to break the cycle of homelessness and foster strong families by creating a culturally diverse community that keeps the well-being of children and their families at the very center of community life.

Children’s Program Coordinator (full-time): Responsible for guiding the overall operation of the children’s program component, including supervising the work of other early childhood workers and volunteers.

Requirements: Undergraduate degree or equivalent education and experience in early childhood development. Familiarity with children’s resources in the community and experience working with children and families with challenges such as low incomes, chemical dependency, mental illness, homelessness or ex-offenders.

Family Activities Coordinator (part-time): Responsible for guiding activities to promote family play and fun, build social connections, and celebrate culture and community life.

Requirements: Combination of education and relevant experiences in planning and implementing recreational, celebratory, and educational activities with persons and families and their children who are low income, homeless, chemically dependent, mentally ill, or ex-offenders. Knowledge of public and private community services and resources. Demonstrated commitment to the well-being of people with low- or no incomes.

People of Color strongly and enthusiastically encouraged to apply.

Full job descriptions will be posted on CHUM’s website ( and will be available at CHUM’s business office: 102 W. Second Street, Duluth, MN 55802 on September 22nd.

Applications accepted through October 3rd. Submit via email to or by mail to CHUM Jobs, 102 W. Second Street, Duluth, MN 55802.