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Housing Case Manager
Housing Case Manager
Community Services League is a 100+ year-old nonprofit agency that provides integrated social services to make a meaningful and lasting difference in people's lives.
The Housing Case Manager at Community Services League (CSL) is responsible for the oversight and implementation of CSL's Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) HUD Housing contract and homeless street outreach activities.
The chosen candidate reports to CSL's Vice President of Housing Services and will provide the following services and management oversight, and any other duties as assigned by the supervisor: Client Assistance: Helping clients achieve economic stability through needs identification, program assistance, support, referrals, training, or other interventions, initiatives, or efforts using directive and supportive behavior. 1. Assist with the coordination of homeless outreach activities. 2. Screen all outreach clients for eligibility for the PSH My Way Home Program utilizing the Coordinated Entry Housing Placement Team Meeting. 3. Assist in the selection, evaluation, and supervision of clients who qualify for services utilizing Coordinated Assessment through the Continuum of Care (CoC). 4. Coordinate continuity of services with collateral agencies and coordinate services in the community. 5. Attend required meetings (community, staff, Housing Placement Team, CoC, etc.) 6. Provide internal referrals as needed for employment and financial coaching. 7. Develop and revise goals plans regularly to ensure clients are maintaining their housing. 8. Maintain accurate and up-to date client charts, recording progress made, and services provided and entering clients in our HMIS system Caseworthy in a timely manner, along with internal data collection systems.
Verify to those who support us how we use resources to achieve economic stability -accounting for the use of resources per client, projecting future client needs, and managing resources to maximize the impact for our fellow citizens and stakeholders. 1. Monitor and review contracts and agreements to ensure compliance with contract terms. 2. Prepare all necessary and required forms and documents to present for approval and implementation of financial assistance to clients. 3. Develop and maintain client files with all documents verifying program requirements have been met. 4. Develop, create, and provide accurate reports in a timely manner as needed to evaluate and/or support proposed projects or programs. 5. Monitor all direct assistance funds and communicate special needs to supervisor. 6. Work with staff to coordinate efficient and effective delivery of services and to eliminate gaps and reduce duplication of offered services. 7. Establish a plan of ongoing reviews and audits to verify our use of resources. Networking: Establishing relationships, contacts, and memberships in the service area. 1. Establish a plan of ongoing meetings, one-on-one meetings, introductions, lunches, tours for your service area of individuals and groups, and maintain a plan for ongoing interactions. 2. Network with local agencies, service groups, elected officials, community groups, churches, local businesses and others in the service area. This includes but is not limited to establishing an email contact list to inform the community of programs, information, and events. It might be regular meetings and lunches to keep the community up to date on the agency activities. It might be a partnership with local media or others to exchange information on bulletin boards, websites, links, etc. Other: Work as a team with all staff, volunteers, interns, and board members to help CSL achieve its mission – “To assist communities in reaching their potential by providing immediate relief to people in need, assessing their situations, and providing solutions that lead to economic stability.”
The preferred candidate will have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in social work or a related field, and will have at least three years of relevant experience. Hours/Schedule: The typical scheduled hours for this position are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. From time to time, this schedule will vary depending on the needs of clients enrolled in the program. In addition, special events or resource fairs will require the individual to work some evenings or weekends.
Salary/Benefits: Salary will be commensurate with experience. CSL offers an employee health insurance plan, and a retirement savings plan, with company contributions, is available after the required tenure is met. This position reports to Amber Dahl, Vice President of Housing Services.
No phone calls please. Community Services League is an Equal Opportunity Employer.