Open Positions

 

 

 

Housing Access Coordinator / Case Manager

 

 

Housing Access

  

Work with families on locating apartments that they can afford and transitioning to their own apartments.

Help identify and break down barriers to housing access.

Support families in the transition to their own home.

Support families in document preparation to secure a rental apartment.

Apply for Rapid Re-housing or other funding to aid families in their transition.

Conduct 6, 12 and 18 month follow-up aftercare check-in calls.

 

Case Management

  

Support clients with daily life issues that are barriers to self sufficiency such as:

 

Mental health issues

Parenting issues

Financial management

Scheduling and job seeking

Health and nutrition issues

Maintaining files and participating in file review.

Keeping all case notes in “Clarity” system.

 

Trainings

 

Conduct weekly training series with topics such as: Nutrition, parenting, renters/landlord rights and responsibilities, financial management, parenting, interviewing, resume building, stress management, as well as other self-sufficiency skills.

Perform pre and post outcome measures on training sessions.

Coordinate and schedule outside programming such as Therapaws, Yoga, Project Apples, etc.

 

Shelter oversight

 

Conduct monthly health and safety checks.

Conduct monthly fire drills.

Develop and monitor shower, laundry and chore schedules/systems.

Monitor shelter culture in the milieu and address accordingly.

Crisis management as needed.

Building and monitoring a daily schedule

Upkeep activities board.

 

 

Maintenance/cleanliness

 

Oversight for the family chore system, as well as, the overall cleanliness of the shelter.

 

Participate in the upkeep of the shelter (purchasing, cleaning, repairing, whatever is needed).

 

 

Qualifications:

 

Education

 

Bachelor Degree or equivalent experience preferred in; Human Services or Social Work

 

Skills and Abilities

 

Ability to work in a respectful and client centered manner

Able to work independently and as a team player

Great attention to detail, excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task

Able to communicate effectively and have excellent written and oral communication skills

Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs

Capacity to supervise students and volunteers

Working knowledge of landlord tenant issues as they relate to housing of homeless families

Satisfactory Criminal Record check

 

      Licenses and Other Requirements

 

Obtain and maintain current First Aid and CPR certification

Maintain valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record and vehicle insurance coverage

Access to a suitable vehicle during working hours

 

  

MIHN is an equal opportunity employer. Persons of color encouraged to apply.

 

 

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