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Company: National Church Residences
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Career Level: Mid-Senior Level
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech

Description

Responsibilities

JOB DUTIES

  1. Work with blended management team to ensure building standards are met. 
  2. With blended management team members, design and implement daily activities that promote recovery, employment and personal growth.
  3. Communicate with team members regarding building operations. 
  4. Advocate as necessary on the behalf of the residents (service providers, home services, property management, etc.) 
  5. Perform interviews and reference checks for applicants and make recommendations regarding the suitability of applicants for tenancy. 
  6. To serve as the contact staff for referrals for the Coordinated Point of Access (USHS) to insure timely intake and application process.
  7. To serve as CSP/HMIS data specialist by inputting proper data in systems in accordance with established procedures (CAREGUIDE, HMIS).
  8. To provide case management services to residents on the caseload
  9. To make sure all data entry is within specified time frames, and documentation is completed for each resident as noted in files.
  10. To work with the Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health team members in the implementation of the Community Engagement Program.
  11. Keep proper records on case management and/or other activities (Monthly logs, donations, etc) as instructed by Regional Director of Supportive Services and Team Leader.  All records should include any follow-up.
  12. Attend all required training to ensure individual and professional growth.
  13. Develop resident leadership and involvement in civic life through programs such as neighborhood groups, resident council, on site activities, etc.
  14. Attend community meetings and facilitate resident council meetings on a monthly basis.
  15. Assist residents in identifying skills and develop positive growth.  Create with residents a plan to achieve their goals. 
  16. Identify with each resident the steps that lead to work and with team, create ways to motivate the tenant to complete these steps. 
  17. Work with blended management team to ensure building standards are met. 
  18. With blended management team members, design and implement daily activities that promote recovery, employment and personal growth.
  19. Communicate with team members regarding building operations. 
  20. Advocate as necessary on the behalf of the residents (public aid, social security, home services, etc.) 
  21. Develop tenant leadership and involvement in civic life through programs such as neighborhood clubs and organizations
  22. Perform interviews and reference checks for applicants and make recommendations regarding the suitability of applicants for tenancy. 
  23. Participate in quality efforts to promote organizational development.
  24. Keep proper records on case management and/or other activities as instructed by Regional Director of Supportive Services and Clinical Team Leader.  All records should include follow-up.
  25. Attend all required training to ensure individual and professional growth.

 

ADDITIONAL DUTIES

The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed in the job.  They are not intended to be a 100% exhaustive list of all duties, and indeed, additional responsibilities may be assigned, as required, by management.

 

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

  • An understanding, appreciation and commitment to the mission and philosophy of National Church Residences.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Basic math and analytic skills.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Basic computer skills (word processing, spreadsheet, database).
  • Skilled in conflict mediation and negotiation.
  • Ability to demonstrate clear, professional boundaries.
  • Ability to work in a team environment.
  • Ability to act in a professional manner.
  • Understanding of low-income and homeless individuals and their specific needs.
  • Knowledgeable about crisis prevention, intervention and resolution techniques and should be able to match such techniques to particular circumstances and individuals.
  • Ability to achieve expected results with residents.


Qualifications

OB QUALIFICATIONS (Education, Training, Work Experience)

  1. Bachelor's Degree required.
  2. Minimum of 3 years' experience working with homeless and/or low-income population.
  3. Chemical Dependency certifications.
  4. An equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education may be approved.

 

CASE MANAGER STANDARDS

  1. Document all resident contacts within 24 hours.
  2. Facilitate one group per week with a minimum of 5% participation.
  3. Maintain minimum contact with each person on caseload of once per month.
  4. Obtain references on applicants and complete TSSC sheets within two-week time period 95% of time

 


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