Supportive Housing Communities

Employment Opportunity

 

 

 

 

 

Title: Development Coordinator

Department: Development (reports to Director of Development, works on a team with Community Partnership Coordinator and Director of Development)

Tasks:
• Help development department to create and implement annual development plan/strategy to increase fundraising and stewardship of individual, congregational, corporate and foundation donors
• Administer e-Tapestry functions:
• Input all gifts and generate thank you letters within 48 hours
• Follow up to collect past luncheon pledges
• Help determine process for regular contacts with major givers and communicate reminders to respective relationship managers
• Analyze current database and fix records, including adding relevant addresses and email info
• Improve systems for tracking donations and donor information; create analytical reports
• Manage annual luncheon and serve as the SHC lead for luncheon planning committee
• Recruit and partner with groups who throw third partner events
• Handle reporting for government funders
• Help manage volunteer activities as needed
• Create fresh content for website and make changes/updates
• Post regular updates to social media
• Complete matching gift requests
• Perform administrative functions for development department
• Oversee specific projects as needed

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree
• Highly organized, thorough, and detail-oriented
• Ability to multi-task and manage several projects at once
• Solid professional computer experience with Word, Excel and eTapestry
• Event management experience
• Exceptional writing and excellent oral communication skills
• A passion for ending chronic homelessness in our community

Start Date:
July 10, 2017

To Apply:
Email cover letter and resume to kelly@aplacetoliveagain.org

 

 

 

Title:     PATH Lead Case Manager

Position
Summary: The Lead Case Manager provides client advocacy, case management, and team supervision. The Lead Case Manager will manage a reduced caseload and provide administrative program support.

This position is responsible for providing field-based, direct client services in coordination with the PATH team and community partners. Intensive case management services for consumers include, but are not limited to, outreach/engagement, case management assessment and service planning, mainstream entitlement coordination, linking consumers to medical, mental, and substance abuse providers, and assisting with housing searches.

The position requires the Lead Case Manager to meet consumers in non-traditional settings and unstructured environments. The case manager must be able to work in the community and meet homeless consumers where they are, including but not limited to Supportive Housing Communities office, government offices, places not meant for habitation, and in current residence. This position will also work non-traditional hours, which may include starting the day at 4:00 a.m. or ending the day 7:00 p.m.

Reports to: Director of Support Services

Tasks:
• Provide leadership and supervision for the PATH team.
• Facilitate team staffing and collaborative meetings.
• Preform reviews and audits to ensure charts and activity reports are in compliance.
• Work with the PATH team and community partners to identify candidates through team meetings, outreach, and referrals.
• Provide mobile case management services in the areas of, but not limited to: Independent living skills, housing stabilization, money management, community integration, employment linkage, benefits establishment, linkage to community providers for behavioral health services, substance abuse, primary health care, and all other services needed to assist consumers in reaching their treatment plan goals.
• Assist PATH SOAR Benefit Specialist with the SSI/SSDI application process.
• Accompany consumers to appointments at the Social Security Administration, Department of Social Services, doctor visits, and other specialist to obtain evidence for case.  
• Participate in resident case presentations, consultations and team meetings.
• Maintain Documentation standards as set forth by the program contract and PATH policies.
• Maintain documentation according to NC State regulations and case management services policy/resident file policy.
• Maintain documentation and information in HMIS.
• Assist the Director of Support Services with program performance measures.

Qualifications:
• Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services or related field plus 5 years of experience working directly with the homeless, mentally ill, and/or dually diagnosed. A Master’s Degree from an accredited school is preferred.
• Must have a valid driver’s license
• Must be able to work independently
• Must be able to communicate well with consumers and community service providers

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@aplacetoliveagain.org. Qualified applicants only!

 

 


Title:     PATH Case Manager

Position
Summary: This position is responsible for providing field-based, direct client services in coordination with the PATH team and community partners. Intensive case management services for consumers include, but are not limited to, outreach/engagement, case management assessment and service planning, mainstream entitlement coordination, linking consumers to medical, mental, and substance abuse providers, and assisting with housing searches.

The position requires the case manager to meet consumers in non-traditional settings and unstructured environments. The case manager must be able to work in the community and meet homeless consumers where they are, including but not limited to Supportive Housing Communities office, government offices, places not meant for habitation, and in current residence. This position will also work non-traditional hours, which may include starting the day at 4:00 a.m. or ending the day 7:00 p.m.

Reports to: PATH Lead Case Manager

Tasks:
• Work with the PATH team and community partners to identify candidates through team meetings, outreach, and referrals.
• Provide mobile case management services in the areas of, but not limited to: Independent living skills, housing stabilization, money management, community integration, employment linkage, benefits establishment, linkage to community providers for behavioral health services, substance abuse, primary health care, and all other services needed to assist consumers in reaching their treatment plan goals.
• Assist PATH SOAR Benefit Specialist with the SSI/SSDI application process.
• Accompany consumers to appointments at the Social Security Administration, Department of Social Services, doctor visits, and other specialist to obtain evidence for case.  
• Participate in resident case presentations, consultations and team meetings.
• Maintain Documentation standards as set forth by the program contract and PATH policies.
• Maintain documentation according to NC State regulations and case management services policy/resident file policy.
• Maintain documentation and information in HMIS.

Qualifications:

• Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field plus two years of experience working directly with the homeless, mentally ill, and/or dually diagnosed. A Master’s Degree from an accredited school is preferred.
• Must have a valid driver’s license
• Must be able to work independently
• Must be able to communicate well with consumers and community service providers
• Must have a working knowledge of community resources and conflict mediation
• Must be familiar with mental health commitment laws and procedures
• Must be able to intervene in and resolve crisis situations
To apply:
Please send cover letter and resume to hr@aplacetoliveagain.org. Qualified applicants only!

 

 

Title:     PATH Peer Support Specialist

Position
Summary: This position is responsible for providing field-based, direct client services in coordination with the PATH team and community partners. PATH Peer Support Specialist assist adults who are homeless and have a serious mental illness and/or a co-occurring disorder. PATH Peer Support Specialist promote hope, wellness, and recovery through consumer self-direction and responsibility.

The position requires the Peer Support Specialist (PSS) to meet consumers in non-traditional settings and unstructured environments. The PSS must be able to work in the community and meet homeless consumers where they are, including but not limited to Supportive Housing Communities office, government offices, places not meant for habitation, and in current residence. This position will also work non-traditional hours, which may include starting the day at 4:00 a.m. or ending the day 7:00 p.m.

Reports to: PATH Lead Case Manager
Tasks:
• Work with the PATH team and community partners to identify candidates through team meetings, outreach, and referrals.
• Assist consumers in identifying natural supports.
• Assist consumers in developing and monitoring a recovery plan.
• Coach consumers on how to use resources and navigate the mental health systems.
• Link consumers to community providers for behavioral health services, substance abuse, primary health care, and all other services needed to assist consumers in reaching their treatment plan goals.
• Assist PATH SOAR Benefit Specialist with the SSI/SSDI application process.
• Accompany consumers to appointments at the Social Security Administration, Department of Social Services, doctor visits, and other specialist to obtain evidence for case.  
• Participate in resident case presentations, consultations and team meetings.
• Maintain Documentation standards as set forth by the program contract and PATH policies.

Qualifications:
• High School Diploma or GED required.
• Must be a certified Peer Support Specialist with at least one year of PSS experience or experience working with individuals living with a mental illness.
• Must have a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance.
• Must be able to work independently.
• Must be able to communicate well with consumers and community service providers.

To apply:
Please send cover letter and resume to hr@aplacetoliveagain.org.
Qualified applicants only!

 

 

Title:     PATH SOAR Benefits Specialist

Position
Summary: SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) is a model that helps individuals experiencing homelessness or at-risk for homelessness who have mental illness and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder or other medical impairments apply for Social Security disability benefits.

The position requires the SOAR Benefits Specialist to meet consumers in non-traditional settings and unstructured environments. The SOAR Benefits Specialist must be able to work in the community and meet homeless consumers where they are, including but not limited to Supportive Housing Communities office, government offices, places not meant for habitation, and in current residence. 

Reports to: PATH Lead Case Manager

Tasks:
1. Work with the PATH team and community partners to identify candidates through team meetings, outreaches, and referrals.
2. Assist individuals applying for disability benefits using the SOAR components. Initiate paperwork with consumers as referred to program by filling initial documentation of representation with SSA office.
3. Conduct interviews and assessment to complete the SSI/SSDI application.
4. Obtain medical records and other documents as part of the SSI/SSDI application process.
5. Write SOAR Medical Summary Reports for consumer applications.
6. Accompany consumers to appointments at the Social Security Administration, Department of Social Services, doctor visits, and other specialist to obtain evidence for case.  
7. Participate in resident case presentations, consultations and team meetings.
8. Coordinate case management services with partners and help with providing support services to consumers when needed.
9. Maintain documentation according to NC State regulations and case management services policy/resident file policy.
10. Maintain documentation and information in HMIS.
11. Assist referring workers as needed to develop strategies for resident engagement in services and accompany referring workers to field locations and other agencies when needed to assist in the engagement process.

Qualifications:
1. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services or related field plus two years of experience working directly with the homeless, mentally ill, and/or dually diagnosed. A Master’s Degree from an accredited school is preferred.
2. Must have a valid driver’s license
3. Must be able to work independently
4. Must be able to communicate well with consumers and community service providers
5. Must have a working knowledge of community resources and conflict mediation

To apply:
Please send cover letter and resume to hr@aplacetoliveagain.org. Qualified applicants only!

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