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Shelter Monitor--Petersburg SUMMARY: Provide sight and sound supervision to guests of the shelter. 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 Dec 11, 2019
Peer Navigator SUMMARY: This position engages and supports clients of the Youth Hub. 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 tours of facility to new clients. Build rapport with clients. Engage with clients during drop in hours to develop relationships and build trust. Conduct outreach to target population in the community. Maintain and clean, organized, and orderly workspace. Conduct inventory of supplies, replenish items as necessary, and keep organized. Work collaboratively with coworkers to support clients as they connect with community resources. Accompany youth upon request to access resources. Report barriers encountered when accessing resources for clients to supervisor and coworkers. Participate in training activities and ongoing professional development as assigned by supervisor. 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 Dec 9, 2019
Foster Parent Specialist Assist in development and implementation of foster parent recruitment and retention plan. Identifies foster parent training needs and provides ongoing training and support to families. Develops and coordinates foster parent orientation, pre-service training, and/or on-going training. Assists with foster parent recruitment. May recruit families to provide care for specialized high needs youth. Conducts home studies and certifies foster families. Makes presentations and provides information to community groups as needed. Coordinates program participation in cultural festivals and other community events. Assists in the development of new program services and placement options as needed. Participates as member of Placement/Referral Committee to review and approve all placements in the region; may coordinate placements and take referrals. Participates in staff training and meetings. May provide foster care services for small caseload in accordance with State Licensing Standards and Program policy and procedures as back-up or in the absence of others. 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 Dec 5, 2019
Development Specialist SUMMARY: This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing development functions. 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. *Assists with middle market giving and major gifts campaign to meet annual goals. *Cultivates positive relations with current and potential donors. *Gathers information, knowledge, and understanding of the agency and of programs for which funding is sought. *Prepares and submits grant proposals to non-profit, governmental, and corporate sources to secure funding for agency programs and projects. *Meets all deadlines as instructed by the Development Director. *Maintains accurate electronic and paper records. *Enters accurate information into donor database. *Processes check requests, invoices, and department financial reports as requested. *Assists in the expansion of agency list of viable donors and potential donors as a result of careful attention to relationship development and maintenance. *Uses available resources to expedite all forms of donor communication, relationship maintenance, donor gifts, and applications submissions. *Coordinates special event fundraising by securing sponsors, organizing logistics, working with committees, and other related duties. *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. Fund Development Nov 19, 2019
Administrative Assistant--Children's Shelter SUMMARY: This position provides reception, administrative, and clerical support to assigned programs. 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. *Answers and responds to outside calls by transferring, paging, placing accurate voice mail messages, providing requested or needed information, and maintaining timely distribution of messages left on the general agency mailbox or program voicemail. *Pre-screens callers and refers to appropriate program and/or other available resources for assistance. *Greets incoming clients and visitors and directs them to the correct location and/or provide them with appropriate program literature and supplies. *Completes basic data entry in program spreadsheets or specific program software. *Compiles weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports for supported programs. *Prepares and files letters, reports and other correspondence in a timely manner and as directed. *Maintains program records by opening new records, updating existing records, and closing out records at end of service. *Maintains and organizes complex filing system by program. *Tracks and records program hours as needed for clients, volunteers, and/or staff. *Photocopies, scans, and faxes correspondence or other printed matter. *Coordinates the ordering of office supplies depending on location. *Receives, opens and distributes all incoming mail. *Stamps, weighs, and prepares all outgoing mail. *Accepts, records, and processes payments received for agency services. Submits all supporting documentation to accounting. *Maintains program schedule and effectively communicates schedule changes to staff, volunteers, clients, and other interested parties. *Provides assistance to clients, volunteer, and staff with the completion of required intake, assessments, and other required program paperwork. *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. Administrative & Office Support Nov 15, 2019
Developmental Disability Waiver Specialist SUMMARY: This position provides support coordination to individuals approved under the Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver program by working closely with the consumer, family, and community supports to ensure that assigned consumers are served in the least restrictive level of 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 case management services for individuals approved under the Developmental Disabilities Waiver, including assessments, home visits, case documentation, referrals and services. *Provides information and referral to interested families or other parties about Agency’s Developmental *Disabilities Waiver Service Coordination and other related community and private services in order to help facilitate appropriate level of care designated and provide for service integration on behalf of the client. *Facilitates and documents the development of client service care plans across a range of disciplines, providers and community resources and continue to monitor plans after development. Documents client progress. *Respects client confidentiality. *Prepares appropriate documentation for case files, billings, logs, and personal records, complying with regulations as they apply to the Developmental Disabilities Waiver. This includes forms and documentation required to engage and maintain approved services for outside agencies. *Serve as point of contact for external agencies, providers and others on behalf of assigned clients. *Participate in program development to include preparation of grants and implementation of program procedures. *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 Nov 15, 2019