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Developmental Disability Waiver Program Supervisor SUMMARY: This position is responsible for providing developmental disability services to clients and service providers as needed and direct supervision and training to developmental disability wavier staff. This position also provides management and development of developmental disability services in all applicable service areas. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Directly supervises, trains, and evaluates developmental disability waiver staff. Provides oversight and development of existing and new developmental disability services. Develops, implements, and monitors procedures to ensure program meets standards and regulatory requirements set forth by the CSBs, BHAs, DBHDS, DMAS and COA. May provide developmental disability services to clients as needed. Provides crisis intervention and back up for all cases in staff absence. Develops and implements service standards, goals, and objectives for PQI in all program locations. Facilitates staff meetings and provides individual supervision on a regular basis. Attends and participates in all other appropriate agency meetings, community meetings and conferences as required. Collaborates with community stakeholders and other waiver entities as needed and acts as point of contact for program. Assists Program Manager and accounting staff to ensure program operates consistently within established budget. Communicates regularly with the Program Manager to ensure program, grants, budgets, and personnel requirements are accomplished. Maintains database of active and waitlist developmental disability clients and completes reports as needed. Assists in researching potential ventures and markets developmental disability services to external agencies, businesses, etc. in the community. Negotiates and secures contracts for developmental disability services with agencies in the community where possible. Responds to developmental disability referrals and inquiries in a timely and professional manner. Conducts customer satisfaction surveys and chart reviews as regulated by program and COA. Participates in DBHDS, DMAS, and COA program reviews. Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook applications. Social Work Oct 17, 2019
Program Supervisor--Resettlement Services SUMMARY: Responsible for providing supervision of case management services for all refugees, asylees, parolees, and victims of human trafficking. This position also provides management of the resettlement process for all local USCCB cases and coordination the Match Grant program. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. *Provide supervision of the Resettlement staff to include the development and implementation of service standards, goals, and objectives in assigned program locations. *Responsible for the quality and completion of staff in-house training. *Responsible for the quality of Resettlement Services program case record documentation, both manually and electronically. Records should be in compliance with required laws and accrediting bodies, as well as agency policies and procedures. Documentation should be completed accurately and timely. *Coordinate and supervise the program’s overall Performance Quality Improvement (PQI) activities, including monthly chart audits/reports for PQI purposes. *Lead weekly staff meetings and facilitate appropriate program communications. *Act as liaison between local office and MRS/USCCB to assure cases, maintain transportation/arrival information, health notices, and completion of follow up reports. *Creates and maintains client’s financial records by monitoring R&P and Match funds, paying bills, making purchases on behalf of the client, and preparing check requests and vouchers. *Coordinate, monitor, and ensure documentation of services for new arrivals and Match Grant clients during their first 180 days. *Research and build relationships with realtors/apartment managers in order to procure suitable housing for clients. Acts as a liaison between landlords and CCC clients. *Prepares monthly and quarterly reports as required. *Researches and networks to develop and maintain access to community resources. *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Other Oct 15, 2019
Youth Specialist, Part Time SUMMARY: This position provides supervision for minors in shelter care. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. *Provides direct supervision and oversees physical care of minors placed in shelter *Assists in the development of acceptable behavior and attitudes and helps children cope with separation from family and living in group setting *Assists children manage their behavior in a healthy and positive manner through appropriate behavioral interventions *Assists with and provides appropriate social and recreational activities for children *Assists in meeting goals and objectives on each minor's individualized service plan *Prepares and maintains complete and accurate daily logs as per licensing, Department of Health and Human Services and agency requirements *Provides crisis intervention services and on call coverage as assigned *Participates in required trainings that include but are not limited to CPR/First Aid, Medication Management and Behavioral Intervention *Assists in the preparation of meals for children *Assists in maintaining shelter facility in a clean and safe manner *Assists in the development and implementation of daily activity schedule for children in shelter *Assists with transportation of children to community activities and appointments *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population's cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. *Must be available to work varied shifts. Shifts include mornings, evenings, overnights and may include weekends and holidays. Social Work Oct 15, 2019
Counselor and Group Facilitator SUMMARY: This position provides individual, marital, family, and group counseling services to adults and children to help them achieve effective personal, marital, and family development. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. *Interviews clients to assess their situation and develops appropriate treatment plans. *Conducts individual, couples, family, and group counseling sessions. *Prepares and maintains case files, reports, both written and through the agency client database, to ensure proper client care and compliance with state licensing, certification, and insurance standards. *Refers clients to community organizations (clinics, shelters, etc.) as appropriate. *Stays current in licensure and clinical training through completion and documentation of annual training hours; completes a minimum of 15 hours per year including 12 hours per year of training specific to the Batterer’s Intervention *Program; meets regularly with the clinical supervisor for supervision. *Ensures program quality and compliance with Council of Accreditation standards and Batterers Intervention Program standards. *Maintains positive working relationships with referral sources and responds to inquiries in a timely manner, providing records and progress reports on clients, as required. *Participates in marketing through presentations, workshops, and networking. *Assists in the review of client charts and records. *Administers client surveys, questionnaires, and testing, as appropriate. *Collects money, records payments, and works cooperatively with accounting, as needed. *Monitors and completes pre-authorizations for insurance companies in a timely and thorough manner. *Attends program and agency meetings and follows policies and procedures. *Follows guidelines of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) in the handling of and releasing of client’s personal information and medical records. *Assists the clinical supervisor in training and guidance of counseling interns. *Maintains a cooperative and flexible attitude. *Testifies in court cases when subpoenaed. *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Social Work Oct 10, 2019
Shelter Monitor ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. *Enforces all rules and regulations of the shelter. *Prepare sleeping and sitting areas for guests by setting up the rooms prior to shelter opening. *Clean sleeping and sitting areas at the end of each shift. *Provide clients with blankets and try to meet other needs on an as-needed basis(hygiene products etc). *Respond to guest requests for medical/mental health services. *Be available to guests who have questions about services provided in the shelter and elsewhere in the community. *Diffuse potentially disruptive situations by creating rapport with clients and mediating between guests and security. *Work collaboratively with security to ensure the safety of all clients and staff. *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. SHIFTS: The shelter will operate when outside temperatures fall below 40 degrees. Scheduled shifts will be from 6:30pm – 6:30am. Hours will extend to 10:30am when the daytime forecast is below 40 degrees. Shifts will be 12 hours long and could extend to 16 hours according to the forecast. Other Oct 8, 2019
Program Manager--Children's Shelter ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­SUMMARY: This position is responsible for managing all aspects of children’s emergency shelter to include daily operations, budgeting, quality assurance, collaboration and staff supervision. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. *Manages all aspects of Children’s Shelter in accordance with licensing standards and Department of Health and Human Services requirements. *Directly supervises and evaluates capabilities of staff to achieve program goals. *Conducts staff meetings and individual supervision on a regular basis. *Develops and monitors procedures in compliance with agency, state, and federal requirements. *Encourages program development and innovations as needed. *Prepares budgets and monitors program expenses. *Interprets agency policy and explains program standards and goals as needed to staff, government officials and general public. *Ensures daily activities for children and staff scheduling is maintained appropriately *Provides on-call coverage as assigned *Provides all reports as requested/required by DHHS *Maintains and develops working relationships with external agencies/programs. *Organizes and/or conducts training as per DHHS requirements or staff development programs. *Promotes staff professional growth through established training requirements. *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Social Work Oct 8, 2019
Supportive Housing Case Worker SUMMARY: This position provides case management services for participants in services provided by the Housing and Financial Counseling Program. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. *Provide case management for households participating in the services offered by Housing and Financial Counseling Program. *Prepares and maintains complete and accurate case files and case records. *Creates service plans collaboratively with program participants and ensures progress towards the participants housing and financial goals. *Coordinates with local social service agencies, health departments, and medical centers to ensure program participants are receiving services necessary to achieve personal goals. *Conducts annual assessments and re-certifications to ensure households meet eligibility criteria and are progressing on service plan goals. *Assists in the orientation, training, certification, and supervision of volunteers assisting the program. *Participates in staff trainings. May facilitate trainings to staff and volunteers, as assigned. *Participate in development of permanency planning including aftercare as appropriate. *Assists in developing community partnerships and resources. *Collaborates with landlords and other housing liaisons to seek out cost effective rental opportunities for clients. *Negotiates with landlords and other housing liaisons to reduce fees and/or avoid evictions. *Ensures completion of appropriate safety inspections for client housing opportunities. *Refers clients to other services and programs as needed. *Enter all appropriate information into agency database in a timely manner. *Creates and distributes all required reports in a timely manner and as directed by management. *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Other Oct 3, 2019
Social/Case Worker *Provide case management to minors in the foster care program. *Prepares and maintains complete and accurate case files, records, and reports to the court, Department of Social *Services, Department of Health and Human Services and other appropriate agencies as specified. *Coordinates with school personnel to provide individualized services to minors. *Supervises placement by visiting with minor and foster care families to monitor placement progress and provide appropriate intervention when indicated. *Develop, implement, and evaluate individualized service plans for each minor. *Assists in the orientation, training, certification, and supervision of foster families and minors. *Provides crisis intervention services and on-call emergency beeper coverage. *Participates in staff trainings. May facilitate training to staff and foster parents, as assigned. *Participate in development of permanency planning including aftercare as appropriate. *Provide on-going training, guidance and assessment of foster families. *Conduct Independent Living skills training and Independent Living assessment. *May be assigned cases specific to family reunification cases for the Safe Passages Grant Program. *Assists in developing community partnerships and resources. *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Staff member may be assigned cases and specific tasks if service location provides services to UAC and URM children. Tasks include but are not limited to: *Completes reports and updates to stakeholders/referral agencies and serving as liaison for community partner agencies. *Participates in the development and update of procedures and forms. *Provides crisis on-call support and coverage. *Tracks policy and procedural changes from agency partners and educates staff. *Maintains a working knowledge of all foster families in the program to assist in child placement. Social Work Oct 2, 2019
Facilities Coordinator *Ensures maintenance and repair of all agency buildings and vehicles. *Maintains contracts for preventative maintenance, special construction, landscaping, janitorial services, security, and any other needed maintenance. *Coordinates with leasing offices to acquire fully executed leases. Tracks lease termination dates and keeps supervisor informed. *Solicits quotes for new or expired contracts and all other assigned purchases (vehicles, furniture, etc). Makes recommendations to supervisor for selection. *Communicates directly with vendors to ensure projects are completed as agreed and on time. *Manages logistics for large scale projects such as opening a new office or office relocation. *Ensures upkeep of exterior areas of buildings and donated properties. *Purchases supplies and materials within facilities budget and with supervisory approval. *Must be available for emergency support, possibly after normal business hours. *Makes appointments for vehicle repair/maintenance and coordinates drop off and delivery of vehicles. *Schedules regular vehicle cleaning. *Ensures all vehicles are registered and regularly inspected. *Reviews all maintenance, janitorial, and vehicle invoices or receipts for accuracy. Corrects any discrepancies. *Provides correct coding and approval to accounting in a timely manner. *Able to travel to all agency offices, as needed. *Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. *Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. *Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. *Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Maintenance Oct 2, 2019
Aging and Disability Services Specialist SUMMARY: This position provides administrative assistance and training to staff and case management services to clients as needed for programs under the Aging and Disability Services Department. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Provides case management services for individuals under Developmental Disabilities Waiver (DD Waiver) Guardianship and Care Coordination programs, including assessments, home visits, case documentation, referrals and services as needed. Prepares appropriate documentation for case files, billings, logs, and personnel training records complying with DD Waiver and Guardianship local and state regulations and internal and external entities’ policies and procedures. Prepares letters, reports, checklists and other correspondence in a timely manner and as directed. Maintains and organizes purged, existing and closed case records for Aging and Disability programs. Attends and participates in all other appropriate agency and program meetings and trainings related to performing job functions as required. Provides back up for Care Coordination, Guardianship and DD Waiver in staff absence. Develops and conducts new staff orientation and training for department staff as needed. Maintains DD Waiver waitlist and on-board new DD Waiver clients. Assists Guardianship Supervisor with conservator and representative payee cases to ensure client accounts are properly managed. Represents the Agency in the community and workplace in a professional and ethical manner. Demonstrates sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. Demonstrates strong interpersonal, decision-making, problem-solving, oral, and written skills. Utilizes a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook applications. Social Work Oct 2, 2019