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We are openly recruiting for the following positions:

Housing Specialist: Prevention Services

Job Description
The Housing Specialist for Prevention Services is a full-time position responsible for working with households that are experiencing a housing crisis and are at risk for loss of housing. The worker will provide advocacy, support, educational resources, and referrals through one-on-one case management and group sessions to create housing stability and permanency. To facilitate sessions in financial and career counseling, life skill training, budgeting, and other relevant educational material to meet the needs of the household.

Responsibilities include:
• Complete intakes, assessments, and other applications for services, and financial support
• Establishes rapport with clients and collaborate to build a strong, structured, and professional relationship
• Interpret data to establish and substantiate eligibility for services
• Assess strengths, needs, and risk and utilize appropriate intervention skills
• Provide referral recommendations, case conceptualization, and individual immediate goals
• Provide ongoing advocacy and support for stabilization of client housing
• Complete all required case notes according to agency comprehensive guidelines, policies and procedures regarding format, content and timeliness using language that is respectful, clear, descriptive, concise, client-centered, and accurately depicts scope of work and interventions provided
• Remain current on knowledge of area resources relevant to agency and client needs and exhibit knowledge of various referral resources within community
• Work collaboratively as member of Family Promise team, attending staff, case conference, and other meetings as required

Additional Duties
• Attend meetings, functions, and trainings as directed
• Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Executive Director
• May require some early morning, evening, and weekend work

All agency staff are responsible to engage in special events and fundraising activities requiring evening and weekend work hours.

Requirements
• Minimum Bachelor Level with 3+ year experience working with homeless and low-income populations, Master Level preferred
• Must have a valid driver's license in good standing

Emergency Housing Services: Case Manager

Job Description:
Emergency Housing Services Case Manager is a part time position responsible to work with clients experiencing loss of housing. The Emergency Services Coordinator provides crisis intervention services, diversion planning, and other resources, referrals and support through one-on-one case management with unsheltered individuals and families. Services work to move clients toward temporary accommodations with a focus on obtaining permanent, stable housing.

Responsibilities include:
• Screen and assess for housing situation and offer supportive services to address identified crisis issues
• Complete all required intakes and assessments following comprehensive guidelines and agency polices for content, format and timeliness
• Establishes rapport with clients and obtain and document the essential data as required by program funders and agency
• Gather and interpret documentation and data to establish and substantiate eligibility for services
• Provide referral recommendations and assist client in identifying individual immediate goals
• Utilize appropriate crisis intervention techniques for client stabilization
• Accurately assesses risk to self, others or property and the presence of a grave disability
• Provide appropriate referrals for client stabilization
• Develop and documents appropriate safety plan
• Utilize motivational interviewing and other professional techniques to assess need for crisis interventions and supportive services
• Remain current on knowledge of area resources relevant to agency and client needs
• Data input and maintenance utilizing the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) database and other spreadsheets as needed
• Compile and analyze data to provide monthly reports to Supervisor and Executive Director
• Completes all required contact logs according to agency comprehensive guidelines, policies and procedures regarding format, content and timeliness using language that is respectful, clear, descriptive, concise and client-centered and accurately depicts the scope of work and interventions provided

Additional Duties
• Attend meetings, functions, and trainings as directed
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
• Requires some early morning, evening, and weekend work

MSW Case Manager - Part Time

Description:
The responsibility of the Case Manager is to work with clients to create long-term housing stability. The worker will provide advocacy, support, educational resources, and referrals through one-on-one case management and group sessions to create housing stability and permanency. To facilitate sessions in financial and career counseling, life skill training, budgeting, and other relevant educational material to meet the needs of the household.

Responsibilities include:
· Complete intakes, assessments, and other applications for services, and financial support
· Establishes rapport with clients and collaborate to build a strong, structured, and professional relationship
· Interpret data to establish and substantiate eligibility for services
· Assess strengths, needs, and risk and utilize appropriate intervention skills
· Provide referral recommendations, case conceptualization, and individual immediate goals
· Provide ongoing advocacy and support for stabilization of client housing
· Complete all required case notes according to agency comprehensive guidelines, policies and procedures regarding format, content and timeliness using language that is respectful, clear, descriptive, concise, client-centered, and accurately depicts scope of work and interventions provided
· Remain current on knowledge of area resources relevant to agency and client needs and exhibit knowledge of various referral resources within community
· Work collaboratively as member of Family Promise team, attending staff, case conference, and other meetings as required

Additional Duties
· Attend meetings, functions, and trainings as directed
· Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Executive Director
· May require some early morning, evening, and weekend work
All agency staff are responsible to engage in special events and fundraising activities requiring evening and weekend work hours.

Requirements
· Minimum Master Level degree in Social Work or related field with 3+ year experience working with low-income populations
· Must have a valid driver's license in good standing

Please fill out the form below if you are interested in any of the aforementioned positions.