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Men's Case Manager
Reports to: Director of Men’s Program
Qualifications: To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following
1. Possess a sincere love of Christ and maintain a Christian walk that is evident of that love.
2. Dependability – consistently at work and on time, reports to all scheduled shifts, follows instructions, responds to management direction and solicits feedback to improve personal performance, and completes tasks in a timely and accurate manner.
3. Be flexible and able to work with men experiencing homelessness from various backgrounds and at different skill levels.
1. Case Work: Provides case management services for a diverse population of men that may include, but is not limited to, assessment of guest’s strengths, resources and needs, crisis intervention, information and referral, all directed toward achieving total stability for each guest. Work directly with those in the Gateway, Starting Point, and Employed programs as they prepare to move toward housing and/or employment.
2. Work collaboratively with other staff members, community partners and the guest to empower the guest to achieve his goals and build a support system.
3. Planning: Develop a care plan with written goals and methods to help the guest achieve his goals. The Case Manager will monitor the effectiveness, appropriateness and efficiency of the plan, modifying as needed.
4. Record Keeping: Maintains appropriate documentation of guests’ sessions for identifying information and follow-up. The Case Manager will retain this information on a database that can easily be shared when needed.
5. Legal: Takes appropriate action according to the established protocol of the organization, maintaining guest confidentiality in all areas following biblical definitions of ethical conduct and behavior.
Work Environment: Case Manager must be able to carry out the required job duties in a fast-paced Christ Centered environment that is grace-based, trauma informed, and strengths focused.
1. Read, write and interpret written documents.
2. Communicate effectively with guests, co-workers, and community partners.
3. Possess a valid driver’s license and meet the qualifications for SBRM’s driver’s insurance.
Preferred Education and Experience: Experience working with men who may have experienced substance abuse, mental health concerns, trauma, or homelessness a plus
Benefits: As a managerial position, the Case Manager position does come with insurance incentives. This includes medical, dental and vision insurance.
Category: Case Management
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