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Case Manager (PG, T2)

Center for Urban Community services

Description

The Center for Urban Community Services, a national leader in the development of effective housing and service initiatives for homeless people, invites applications for a Case Manager position at the Prince George, a 416 unit supportive housing residence for low income tenants, many of whom have histories of mental illness, homelessness, substance abuse, and/or HIV/AIDS. The organization embraces a holistic, person centered approach to the work and incorporates several evidence based practices including but not limited to: Wellness Self Management, Supported Employment, Motivational Interviewing and Person Centered Service Planning.

Responsibilities: The Case Manager will carry a caseload of 30-35 clients and provide case management as well as person centered clinical services including but not limited to entitlements assistance, counseling, advocacy, referrals and information, crisis intervention, engagement, monitoring, regular outreach, psycho-education, escorting to various appointments within the community, and coordination of care with outside service providers. The Case Manager is expected to help clients to build full and satisfying lives in the community by achieving goals that are meaningful to them.

Qualifications

BSW and 1 year of relevant work experience
· BA and 2 Years of relevant work experience
· High School Diploma or equivalent and 6 years of relevant work experience
· For applicants without a college degree, every 30 credits can be substituted for 1 year of experience.
· Demonstrated ability to provide services to clients with psychiatric and medical disabilities and with issues of substance abuse.
· Computer literacy, excellent writing and verbal communication skills are required.
· Bilingual English/Spanish preferred, but not required
· Ability to work effectively as part of a core services team.

Contact

https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=cucs&jobId=33479&lang=en_US&source=CC664855

Posted on 01/26/17; CVMHA ID #10677