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House of Ruth
Position Title: Housing Case Manager
Immediate Supervisor: Director of Programs
FLSA Classification: Full-time/Exempt
House of Ruth, a nonprofit HIV/AIDS services organization serving more than 1,100 men, women and children annually, seeks a Housing Case Manager. Provides individualized case management to HIV-positive individuals and any affected immediate family/household members. Works collaboratively with other staff members to help clients achieve economic and social/emotional self-sufficiency and secure or maintain permanent housing.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field
• Minimum one year full-time experience working with homeless, HIV-positive, or other marginalized populations
• Working knowledge of Metro Louisville social service systems and how to navigate them
• Conceptual understanding of psychosocial rehabilitation and client-directed, holistic case management.
• Flexibility and creativity in delivery of case management services
• Demonstrated time management skills
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office
• Provides psychosocial assessment for housing clients new to House of Ruth and on an ongoing, at least annual, basis thereafter
• Assists new clients in the process of obtaining rental subsidy
• Assists clients in developing an individualized care plan and budget
• Provides case management for clients through regular home visits and other contact as needed to respond to needs
• Serves as a client advocate with third parties as needed • Provides resources/referrals to clients as needed
• Maintains required client documentation and outcomes reporting information • Other duties as assigned
House of Ruth St. Matthew Campus
607 E. St. Catherine Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Phone: 587-5080 ext. 10
460 Spring Street
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
LifeSpring's Madison, IN office has an opening for a full time therapist. MSSW; LCSW preferred. Will provide individual and group therapy for individuals in the Madison, IN area. Send resume to:
1405 Bear St
Madison, IN 47250
Attn: April or e-mail email@example.com
Napa State Hospital Napa State Hospitalis accepting applications for social work positions. We are an intensive inpatient, psychiatric facility.
Starting Pay Rate
|Unlicensed||$5,286/00/mo.(we provide hours & training towards license requirements)|
To be hired you must have a Masters of Social Work Degree from an accredited school of social work. If candidates (Students who will be graduating this spring) are interested in working for a great hospital please contact:
Napa State Hospital
John Wyman, LCSW, Chief
2100 Napa Vallejo Hwy
Napa, CA 94558
Email: John.Wyman John.Wyman@nsh.dsh.ca.gov
COMMUNITY SERVICES PROJECT, INC.
JOB DESCRIPTION: JOB PLACEMENT/FUNDRAISING ASSOCIATE
JOB TITLE: Job Placement/Fundraising Associate
REPORTS TO: Director of Job Placement/Fundraising
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None
• Part-time role –approximately 15-20 hours per week are required
• Pay rate - $10.00 per hour for no more than 1,040 hours/year ($10,400)
• Computer savvy
• Reporting relationship – the Director of Job Placement/Fundraising and other Executive Managers or Department Head
• Review – monthly reviews will be conducted by the Executive Director and/or VP of Job Placement/Fundraising
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES OF ASSOCIATE:
• Excellent interpersonal and public relations skills
• Solid analytical, creative, and problem-solving abilities
• Outstanding planning, organizational, and project management skills
• Able to work well independently
• General knowledge and/or desire to learn job placement and fund development programs and strategies
MAJOR DUTIES: The Job Placement/Fundraising Associate functional job duties include (but will not be limited to):
(1) Assist the Director of Job Placement/Fundraising conduct consumer (Vocational Rehab Program)/ticket assignee (Ticket to Work Program) initial intake and develop of individual employment plan and contact potential donors and/or donor organizations.
(2) Provide feedback related to the Individual Intake findings with the referring OVR, or affiliate agency counselor, and to the Director of Job Placement/ Fundraising.
(3) Provide feedback related to the individual donor and/or donor organizations to the Director of Job Placement/ Fundraising.
(4) Assist Finance Manager to obtain appropriate fees for services provided from the referring OVR, affiliate agency counselor, Social Security Administration, and assist with tracking donated funds/goods/services from individual donors and/or donor organizations.
(5) Adhere to all company policies, procedures and business ethics codes and ensure that they are communicated and implemented with when calling on (in
person, phone, fax, or email correspondence) consumers, ticket assignees, and potential donors.
(6) Assist, as needed, in hiring new Community Services Project, Inc. employees with disabilities at CSP worksites.
(7) Work with employers to identify work sites for OVR, or any affiliate organization, to place referred consumers/ticket assignees.
(8) Arrange starting dates and work schedules for persons with disabilities referred by OVR, Ticket assignees, or any affiliate organization at host jobsites, in close cooperation with the Vice President of Human Resources.
(9) Assist the Director of Job Placement/Fundraising as requested, with any needed work related intervention/s for persons with disabilities at host employer work-sites or any CSP job sites.
(10) Ensure the confidentiality of all persons with disabilities, donors, and donor organizations in reference to documents, files, public exposure, etc.
(11) Demonstrate ability to interact and cooperate with CSP employees/managers.
(12) Build trust, value others, communicate effectively, drive execution, foster innovation, focus on the customer/donor, collaborate with others, solve problems creatively and demonstrate high level of integrity.
(13) Other duties as assigned.
Stephanie L. Medley, LCSW
Director Job Placement Programs & Services/Fund Raising Associate
Community Services Project, Inc.
1106 Penile Road
Louisville, KY 40272
New Directions Housing Corporation
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Send resumes to:
Attention: Danny Flanigan
1000 East Liberty Street
Louisville, KY 40204
Title: Trainer (Consultant Position on State-based Team, KY)
Working as a member of Provide’s Referrals Initiative team in the states the Trainer will:
1. Support state/regional work to increase access to abortion and build state champions as described in Provide’s Conceptual Model for Referrals and Referrals Project plan, working with project leadership and a state-based team through:
2. Training: As part of a team, provide support for introductory training to agency staff in pregnancy options, counseling and referral-making, and other reproductive health information and skills based content using materials developed by Provide.
3. Work closely with the state team to ensure team members are utilized as co-trainers.Qualifications
1. Experience providing professional education/training for health professionals and/or social service providers.
2. Expertise in sexual and reproductive health and principles of adult learning
3. Demonstrated skill in facilitating discussion of complex health and/or social issues
4. Familiarity with the use of both in person and technology-based learning in training/education programs desired.
5. Advanced degree in relevant field such as medicine, nursing, public health, or social work is a plus.
6. Experience working in a team training environment.
7. Ability to travel throughout the state.
8. Excellent communication, facilitation and relationship-building skills.
9. Commitment to Provide’s core mission, values and programs.Position Summary
Founded in 1992, Provide is a national organization working to increase access to abortion in some of the most challenging environments – especially rural communities and Southern and Midwestern states. We believe that anyone who cares for women has a role in ensuring accessible abortion care for all women. To support health and social service providers as they take on that role, we work in three distinct and complementary ways:
1) training physicians and nurses in uterine evacuation skills;
2) advocating for abortion education in nursing schools and professional nursing associations; and
3) training and supporting health and social service providers to offer abortion referrals to patients and clients.
State trainers are part of a coordinator-led state team that conducts project activities in their states that include the identification of champions, finding sites for trainings, trainings, conducting training follow up work, making ongoing assessment of needs and opportunities, and reporting.This is a part-time, contract position beginning in March 2013. The position reports to Provide’s Associate Director of Programs and works closely with the State Coordinator. Successful candidates will have the ability to work from home. Qualified individuals should send resume and cover letter to Provide via email to Rebecca Hart, Associate Director of Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please indicate “Trainer” in the subject line of the email. We value diversity and are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Posted 3/13/2013Youth Development Specialist
Department: Youth Development & Education
Closes: Friday, March 22, 2013
We at the Louisville Urban League are in the business of empowering people through direct services and advocacy. Join us as the leader of our youth development and education team (YDE Team) and help build the future for successful school‐aged youth. The YDE Team is responsible for creating a pathway for empowering youth to becoming successful academically, personally, and socially. We’re tasked with growing a college‐going culture within the Louisville’s African American community and we are looking for a hands‐on leader. We seek proven experience with middle and high school (educational) instruction and/or youth development. Candidates will desire to educate young people and act as a positive role model; possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills, ability to work with students from diverse backgrounds and abilities; and possess energy and patience. Expect to assist a small team to motivate and inspire youth in addition to empowering parents.If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a YDE Educational Instructor, please forward a cover letter and resume to our HR department at email@example.com
Louisville Urban League, Attn: HR Dept,
1535 West Broadway,
Louisville, KY 40203.Please no phone calls.
Crime Victim Services Full-Time Victim Advocate ElderServe
411 East Muhammad Ali
Louisville, KY 40202
I. Authority and Accountability
a. The Victim Advocate is fully accountable to the Senior Victim Advocate for his/her performance.
II. Specific Duties and Responsibilities
a. Assists in contacting senior victims of crime by letter, telephone, and/or home visits, records accurate data in files and records accurate data in computer.
b. Assesses needs of clients in crisis and works quickly to resolve immediate issues.
c. Engages clients in positive thinking and actions that empower them to take control of their situation
d. Utilizes a variety of counseling/crisis intervention techniques - such as solutionfocused, cognitive behavioral therapies - in working with clients who are victims of crime, or who experience socio-economic problems, family dysfunction, loss of assistance or housing, loss of ability to perform activities of daily living, or other issues identified.
e. Works closely with social workers to provide case management and social services to older crime victims
f. Transports and escorts senior victims of crime to court proceedings.
g. Provides services or referral services to clients as needed.
h. Assists with reports, grant writing, and other documentation as required.
i. Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with community agencies. j. Establishes and maintains positive relationships with criminal justice personnel.
k. Places crisis victims in temporary emergency shelter and/or arranges caregiver companion to ensure seniors’ safety at home or shelter site, if required.
l. Obtains certification as a Notary Public
m. Attends community meetings and training per program requirement.
n. Follows up with Adult Protective Services or other referring agencies to ensure transitional services and assistance as needed.
o. Assists domestic violence victims in obtaining Emergency Protective Orders and Domestic Violence Orders.
p. Develops positive and ongoing relationships with community resources.
a. Masters in Social Work, Psychology, Justice Administration, Gerontology or related experience counseling older persons or victims of crime acceptable.
b. Experience working with older adults
c. Utilizes exceptional organizational skills
d. Engages and supports people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.
e. Ability to be self-directed and self-sufficient.
f. Ability to work cooperatively with members of a team.
g. Ability to handle large caseloads.
h. Works well under pressure.
i. Proficient in using computer.
j. Interest in professional development.
a. Agency hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 to 4:30. However, because of the nature of the position, flexibility is required.
V. Other requirements
a. Criminal background check
b. Drug test
c. Own reliable transportation
502-587-8673 X 249