Most residence managers at emergency shelter ensure the smooth operation of the shelter that they are employed at. The managers are in charge of seeing that the residents' needs are being met. They also ensure safety by watching and keeping a close eye on monitors, surveillance, and the grounds. It is also important that residents have their issues resolved in a quick manner. They also provide help, assistance, and guidance for moving in and out of the shelter. Most emergency shelters provide food, activities, clothing, and other types of help to residents staying there, and the manager must ensure that donations and items are properly taken care of.
Residence Manager, Emergency Shelter Tasks
Conduct regular inspections of the premises to ensure the building is well-maintained and that residents are behaving in accordance with resident guidelines.
Coordinate move-in and move-out procedures and associated paperwork for emergency shelter.
Respond to emergency situations and manage crises, involving authorities when necessary.
Assist, supervise and counsel residents to ensure overall well-being and understanding of emergency situation.