Employment

 

JOB TITLE:

Housing Case Manager                                            EXEMPT, Full Time (40 HOURS)

 

POSITION SUMMARY :

Under the direct supervision of the Homeless/Housing Program Manager and the general direction of the Executive Director, Position Summary: The Housing Case Manager conducts assessments, determines eligibility, develops individualized case plans, links families with community-based housing and service resources, manages financial assistance funds (security deposits, rent), and provides case management services in conjunction with community partners.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  1. Conduct comprehensive assessments of potential participants.
  2. Develop Individualized Housing and Service Plans (IHSP) for each participant using the comprehensive assessment
  3. Coordinate with appropriate facilities personnel to ensure TH apartments are appropriately cleaned and furnished for new family occupancy.
  4. Collect all necessary documentation needed to support assistance
  5. Find RRH housing opportunities for eligible participants and identify permanent housing options for program participants
  6. Provide referrals to YCC and community programs that will support clients in their achievement of self-sufficiency goals.
  7. Provide weekly verbal updates to HHAC manager relating to every clients progress.
  8.  Determine and recommend to supervisor the level and duration of financial assistance for eligible participants
  9. Prepare requests for financial assistance and submit all required documentation to supervisor for approval
  10.  Manage and track financial assistance funds
  11. Collaboratively work with housing specialists to find permanent housing options for program participants
  12.  Interface with landlords whenever necessary to mitigate issues or advocate for participants.
  13. Provide case management services including, but not limited to: providing appropriate resources, tools, and counseling to assist participants in achieving their case plan goals; making referrals for services; following up to ensure that the referrals were completed and tracking and documenting participant progress
  14. Complete repair requests for needed maintenance; deliver request to appropriate maintenance provider within one day of receiving request from client.
  15.  Collaborate with other departments and agency programs to maximize participant outcomes, program goals, and agency mission
  16. Recertify participants receiving financial assistance every month to assess participant progress and needs Collaborate and communicate closely with formal partner agencies for the program (DWS, DCFS, family shelters, etc.)
  17.  Document and maintain up-to-date information on services provided to participants in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and hard copy case records
  18. Prepare and submit weekly program update and financial assistance tracking reports.
  19. Other duties as assigned.

 

Education And Experience Requirements

 

Experience working with diverse populations (English/Spanish) preferred. Bachelor Degree in social services field or related field. Good organizational, record-keeping, computer skills, and knowledge of community resources required. Good written and verbal communication required. Driver’s license and vehicle required. Must be able to work flexible hours.

JOB TITLE                                                                             CLASSIFICATION

Lead Teacher/Childcare                                                                         Non-Exempt, full-time, benefits

Salary is $11.00 per hour with full benefits. 40 hrs. week. Experience preferred.

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JOB TITLE:                                                                            CLASSIFICATION:

Domestic Violence Intake Specialist                                        Non-Exempt, part-time

Monday-6 – 9 p.m.
Tues-Thurs. 4 – 9 p.m.
Sat 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Total 21+ hrs per week
 

FUNCTION:

Under the direct supervision of the Domestic Violence Victim Assistance Center Manager and the general supervision of the Executive Director, perform a variety of tasks related to the Crisis Center during the daytime hours.  Responsible for the 24-hour crisis line.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.                Answer the 24-hour crisis line, agency lines and doors according to the center policy.

2.                Complete appropriate forms on all clients checking in and out of the shelter.

3.                Understand the dynamics and needs of individuals dealing with domestic violence.

4.                Enforce rules, policies and procedures of the YCC, and support shelter clients during their stay.

5.                Responsible for preparing several monthly and weekly reports and maintaining a supply of intake packets as directed.

6.                Prepare and follow up on daily and weekly room checks.

7.                Provide crisis intervention and support to clients and document interaction.  Refer to SSW for follow up support counseling.

8.                Develop knowledge of YCC and its services.

9.                Document all crisis calls on appropriate forms and dispatch domestic violence and rape advocates when called to do so.

10.             Attend DVVAC monthly trainings.

11.             Complete 40-hour domestic violence core training and rape victim advocate training.

12.             All other duties as required.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent required.  Experience working with women and children in crisis helpful.  Must have active and reflective listening skills and the ability to organize and follow through on assigned tasks.

 

 

JOB TITLE:                                                                              CLASSIFICATION:

DVVAC Housing Coordinator                                              Full-Time/Non-Exempt

 

FUNCTION:

Under the direct supervision of the DVVAC Manager and the general direction of the Executive Director, serve a mobile housing case manager and point of contact for community collaborations. Assist domestic violence and sexual assault victims in living independent, violence-free lives.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

1.          Required Functions:  Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Must have a reasonably clean driving record, valid driver’s license and ability to drive. Must have ability to clearly communicate by typing, writing and speaking in English. Must have the ability to assess the needs and provide supportive case management to victims and families dealing with family violence issues. Must have a vehicle that can be used for frequent travel. Must be capable of managing large amounts of funding and tracking funding in an organized manner.

2.          Provide Flexible mobile advocacy and case management with clients at the location and time of their choice. (Within the bounds of YCC procedures)

3.          Conduct needs assessments with residential and community clients to determine housing needs.

4.          Provide financial assistance requests for clients that are reasonable and appropriate.

5.          Advocate for victims when dealing with barriers to housing.

6.          Provide transitional assistance to clients who have obtained housing.

7.          Maintain contact with clients weekly to re-assess client goals, needs, and progress.

8.          Conduct home visits with each client to assess their situation and track progress.

9.          Maintain a solid working knowledge of community resources and services available to clients and assist clients in obtaining community resources that will allow them to fulfill their goals.

10.       Assist clients with Crime Victims Reparations as needed.

11.       Give YCC services to community partners and general public.

12.       Seek out community partners, build relationships and collaborate services with agencies and business that can reduce housing barriers.

13.       Attend local coalition meetings, community events and any other meetings that may link the Housing Case Manager with potential community partners.

14.       Provide short-term crisis intervention, personal advocacy, information and referrals to walk-in victims of domestic violence. Follow-up with clients as needed.

15.       Maintain accurate records on all clients and enter into client database.

16.       Track services rendered according to VOCA standards and submit monthly report to DVVAC Manager by 5th working day of each month.

17.       Assist DVVAC Manager to compile both VOCA Quarterly Report and Annual Report.

18.       Attend DVVAC weekly staffing meeting, and  monthly all staff meetings.

19.       Attend trainings as requested by the DVVAC Manager.

20.       Perform other duties as required.

 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

 

Prior experience working with individuals and families who have experience domestic violence or sexual assault required. Bachelor’s in Social Work or related field a plus. Must be able to read, write, and speak English. Must have the ability to assess needs and provide supportive case management to victims and families dealing with family violence issues. Excellent organizational and computer skills required as well as a good knowledge of community resources and services available. Must be able to engage community partners and articulate requests for collaboration, donations, and discounted services. Flexible schedule required.

JOB TITLE:                                                                               CLASSIFICATION:

Bilingual Rape Recovery Program Case Manager             Full Time/Non-Exempt

FUNCTION:

Under the direct supervision of the DVVAC Manager and the general supervision of the Executive Director, ensure sexual assault victims have access to emergency crisis intervention and support services including advocacy, legal services and shelter.  Assist in the development of community awareness and partnerships for rape advocacy.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Required Functions:  Must be able to lift 30 pounds. Must have a reasonably clean driving record, valid driver’s license and ability to drive. Must have ability to clearly communicate by typing, writing and speaking in both English and Spanish.

2. Provide crisis intervention advocacy for underserved victims of sexual assault including but not limited to: immigrants, seasonal migrant farmworkers, university students, members of a rural community, and trafficking victims.

3. Assess client needs and refer client to therapy as needed.

4. Maintain accurate records on all clients and enter into client database.

5. Assist victims with Crime Victims Reparation forms and protective orders.

6. Facilitate weekly support groups for rape and sexual assault victims.

7. Provide court advocacy when required.

8. Participate in rotating, on-call 24 hour crisis intervention, respond on-scene if needed.

9. Provide advocate victim intake folders, clothes for victims, and information and referral.

10. Assist RRP Coordinator in recruiting and training of volunteer advocates.

11. Assist RRP Coordinator with monthly advocate meetings and annual training.

12. Assist RRP Coordinator with quarterly and annual reports.

13. Attend YCC monthly all staff monthly meetings, DVVAC weekly meetings/trainings, and staffings

for shelter’s clients, victims of sexual abuse.

14. Attend trainings as requested by the DVVAC Manager.

15. All other duties as required.

Education & Experience Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in social work, sociology, psychology preferred. Must be bilingual (Spanish). Prior experience working with individuals and families in crisis required.  Must have understanding of sexual assault and domestic violence issues, knowledge of community resources, ability to facilitate support groups, and communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing. Must possess valid Utah Driver’s License. Flexible schedule required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Application and resume must both be provided in order for application to be considered. Please send resume to: [email protected]

 

Employment Application: https://www.ycchope.org/employment-application/