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If you are interested in applying for any of our available positions, please send your resume, cover letter, and references to fpsc@familypromisesussex.org.

We are openly recruiting for the following positions:

Senior Case Manager

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.

· 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

Nonprofit Finance Manager

The Finance Manager is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and provides oversight and management of all financial functions including: bookkeeping, billing, reconciling, budget development and tracking, financial operations, financial personnel management, insurance coverage, and develops projections on individual project budgets, grant budgets, and capital improvements.

Paramount to this position is the ability to work with a high degree of independence, and juggle various projects at once, while maintaining a clear view of how each project supports the organization’s mission.

Responsibilities include:
· Oversee all accounts, ledgers, financial software and reporting systems ensuring policies and procedures are in compliance with appropriate standards and regulatory requirements
· Oversee an inclusive process to establish an annual operating budget for the agency
· Provide staff training in the areas of budget development, budget management, fiscal accountability, finance procedures and more
· Consistently analyze financial data and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements; monitor progress and changes and report financial status to the Executive Director
· Develop plans to address areas of opportunity within the agency’s financial process
· Provide strategic vision, planning, oversight, and a financial outlook
· Manage finance department personnel to include training, delegation of duties and performance management
· Participate in leadership meetings to plan and discuss direction of the agency and present financial data
· Manage agency cash flow forecasting by working in partnership with department leaders; collaborate to assess the financial efficacy of program operations and establish finance and administrative systems to support program operations
· Work with external auditors to prepare and review audit schedules and annual report of audit findings
· Oversee the process for identifying and evaluating opportunities for improved financial operations, recordkeeping, and reporting
· Assist grant writer in preparing budgets for grant proposals which fit into the agency’s strategic plan
· Ensure the maintenance of financial records and recordkeeping systems, including grant accounting, to ensure compliance with all regulations, generally accepted accounting practices and contractual requirements
· Attend additional committee and board meetings in an advisory capacity

CPA preferred
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or equivalent, Master’s Degree preferred
Minimum three years of experience managing accounting functions of nonprofit agency with a thorough knowledge of nonprofit accounting practices, processes, and procedures
Good communication skills, both written and verbal
Strong organization and analytical skills with attention to details
Advanced knowledge of QuickBooks and Excel
Ability to interact professionally with the Executive Director, Board of Trustees, staff, and other key stakeholders
Interested in joining our growing team of dynamic staff working to improve the lives for our neighbors experiencing a housing crisis? Submit your resume and cover letter to fpsc@familypromisesussex.org.