Program Intern (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – September 4, 2018
Being an intern at THC was a true eye opener for me in the best way. As it was the first intern position I had ever had, I learned many things about the Tenderloin and the community who lives there. I really appreciated how real and true everything/everyone around me was. As my co-workers were great too, I really learned more from the tenants when they came to the organization with their concerns about their current living situations.
At THC, I learned the power of outreach and how important it was to inform all ethnic backgrounds about their rights as tenants. For example, outreaching at various Latino homes was an experience that reminded me that starting a new life in a new country can be difficult. Awareness became my new favorite theme to spread to all!
CASE MANAGER (SOCIAL SERVICES) (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 27, 2018
The mission of the agency is great! The leadership expected to uphold the values and help staff to are a joke. The leadership at THC are more like dictators. No room to grow unless you are BFF's with the directors.
Serve your community and some clients appreciate you
Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 23, 2018
I felt as if dealing with the clients was better than dealing with coworkers. They spoke on policy and procedure all the time but it seemed as if they had their special picks in the special chooses and a lot of opinions were biased.
Desk Clerk (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 17, 2018
This is by far one of the worst companies to work for. The people you deal with are violent and rude. Deal with alot of heavy stuff including seeing alot of drug and alcohol use. The managers and HR don't care about you if you get hurt or if someone threaten you. They lack employees due to extremely bad pay and sketchy growth within the company. Super bad and wouldn't recommend it. Believe me. Stop Now!
Your working alot and get overtime
Horrible Pay, No relief (employees to cover) and management sucks.
Janitor/Maintenance (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 26, 2018
A position in Customer Service where my organizational and communication skills and natural ability to help people find resolution to pressing issues will contribute to the company’s efforts to retain markets.
Provide direct supervision to the Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – March 13, 2018
We hired our residents to assist with getting back to work. We had our own attorney, legal process was quicker and well supported. We disbursed monthly income checks to insure that rents were priority.
No recertification/ Recertification Dept
Lack of Supervisor support during training process
Supportive Housing Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – February 6, 2018
This company is great for someone looking to gain experience in housing, property management or legal services. They offer plenty opportunity to advance within the company to enhance any skills desired.
Case Manager (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – January 10, 2018
i dont have too many complaints about THC. the work itself isnt difficult; working with the tenants/clients is what makes it challenging. you're working with the formerly homeless so that can come with a lot of issues/stress
flexible; managment easy to work with
the neighborhoods where SRO's are;the population you are working with (formerly homeless, comes with a lot of baggage
Case Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 29, 2017
I love the work, love the tenants, love my job. THC is great at promoting from within. Doesn't pay as much as other similar agencies, but good benefits and PTO. Everyone is burnt out because it is such a stressful job with little support
JANITOR (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 18, 2017
I spend their days picking up trash, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, or using industrial cleaning equipment to clean floors, cleaning and stocking bathrooms, making sure buildings are secure, cleaning windows, and minor building maintenance and repairs.
Desk Clerk (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – September 8, 2017
There are places that are great with the general teammates and there are some that aren't. My experience there was between both worlds where at times I wanted to leave because of lack safety and disorganization and others were just fine. feel that the team overall needs a checkup on discrimination policies and leaving personal problems at home.
overtime, choose your hours, hospitality, helping people
Custodian/Janitor (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 27, 2017
I enjoy what I do at tenderloin housing clinic. I've been there 9 years,and the commuting is starting to be too much. What I learned about tenderloin housing I learned to deal with mental health issues, diverse populations, working well under pressure in chaotic situations
Flexible hours, provide in a clean and safe enviroment, being able to contribute to the cleanliness and safe enviroment, meeting new people everyday
Hard work, dirt and messiness, depending on people and different attitudes, chemicals can be hazardous