Case Manager I
Job Details Job Title: Case Manager I
Reports To: Supervisor of Case Management
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Summary Do you want to work for a company where your work has meaning? At Father Joe’s Villages, we’re looking for compassionate, mission-driven individuals to join our team and help us end homelessness one life at a time. Our work is driven by our C.R.E.E.D. which is the foundation for our interactions with clients, volunteers, other staff members and the community at large:
Compassion - Concern for others and the desire to assist.
Respect - An act of giving particular or special regard.
Empathy - Understanding and being aware of and sensitive to the feelings, thoughts, and the experience of others without judgment.
Empowerment - Helping others to help themselves.
Dignity - All people are considered worthy of our esteem.
This position provides clients with the services needed in order to obtain and maintain income and housing.
- Flexible Work Arrangements*
- Medical & Dental Insurance
- Wellness Program
- Paid Time Off
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Retirement Savings Plan
- Onsite Childcare
- Free Lunch for most locations
- Leadership Training Program for Supervisors
- Casual Dress Code for most positions
- Mother-Baby Friendly
*Some programs allow a flexible work schedule to accommodate educational or other personal interests.
Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Provides ongoing intensive support to clients which can include assessing, evaluating, and coordinating services, crisis intervention and applications for benefits & referrals to community resources.
- Communicates and advocates to landlords to support clients obtaining and maintaining housing placement.
- Prepares, presents and documents client cases.
- Participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team that prepares and presents client case presentations.
- Assesses clients for employment, social security and disability insurance eligibility, gathers records and schedules treatment.
- Bachelor's Degree (some grants require this level of education) in a Social Services field or equivalent experience.
- At least 6 months of experience working with underserved populations in a social service setting.
- Basic user of MS Office.
- Be at least 21 years of age with a minimum of 3 years of driving experience; possesses a valid California driver's license; and has no Class 1 or more than two Class 2 violations within the past 36 months.
- Participate in an annual Tuberculosis screening and/or other screenings when necessary.
Reasonable accommodations may be granted where appropriate.