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Our dynamic staff work hard every day to make our community better than how we found it. If that's your mission too, there may be a spot for you on our team.
See below for current opportunities.
Position: Community Health Navigator
Position Details: Community Navigators perform community outreach providing relevant health-related
information. They act as a link between people of the community and the healthcare system. Community navigators are community-based, culturally and linguistically appropriate, equity-informed health literacy agents who are geared to deliver intervention activities that enhance COVID-19 health literacy and awareness and provide greater access to
COVID-19 testing and immunization services.
Education: Min. 18 years. HS Diploma or GED.
Experience: Experience working in a structured community outreach program.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills. A team player.
Computer proficiency and experience working in MS Office suite are a plus.
Position: Employment Specialist
Position Details: The Employment Specialist will assist with tracking TANF engagement status, as well as overall employment and training activities for non-TANF-eligible families including, but not limited to: job training, job search and employment counseling. The person is also responsible for working closely with families, staff, and other partners to find jobs through various methods such as conducting online job searches, setting up job interviews, cold calling, and accessing other available community-based job banks.
Education: The minimum qualifications are a bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration, social work.
Certification and/or licensure in relevant disciplines may also substitute for educational requirements.
Experience: (1) year of experience involving engagement with and conducting appropriate connections of individuals, especially those experiencing homelessness, to employment or employment training services, conducting interview and resume preparation, or building relationships with employers for the purposes of hiring individuals. Knowledge of employment hiring practices, employment training resources, interviewing and resume building skills, the Continuum of Care for individuals experiencing homeless, as well as experience working with employers to secure employment for others is preferred. Where necessary and appropriate, an employment specialist without a bachelor’s degree can meet minimum qualifications by substituting at least three (3) years of work experience in a social service and/or human service field, or experience involving engagement with employment hiring practices, employment training resources, interviewing and resume building skills, as well as experience working with employers to secure employment for others.
Position: Case Manager- Supervisor
Position Details: The Incumbent is responsible for providing group supervision and coaching in techniques and approaches to address the development, implementation and monitoring of family service plans. The Case Manager Supervisor will work to resolve complex issues with assigned staff to ensure compliance of all project protocols and coordinate the compilation of monthly compliance reporting and funding guidelines.
Education: BA degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Counseling or related discipline, a licensed Social Worker or a licensed Professional Counselor in Washington, DC. The Case Manager Supervisor must have professional knowledge of theories, principles, techniques and practices of social service delivery systems.
Experience: A minimum of two (2) years of professional experience providing counseling and/or case management services to individuals/families experiencing homelessness or other related populations. In lieu of the education requirement, the Case Manager Supervisor must have professional knowledge of the theories, principles, techniques, and practices of social service delivery systems with a minimum of four (4) years of professional experience providing counseling and case management services to individuals/families experiencing homelessness or other related populations. Individuals with clinical experience and/or clinical licensure and lived experience preferred.
Position: Family Support Worker
Position Details: The Family Support Worker is responsible for conducting home visits, documenting interactions between at-risk children and family members during holidays, and reporting issues, concerns, and questions to the Program Coordinator and Program Manager. The incumbent identifies and coordinates referrals from the DC Child and Family Services Agency and other community sources to community-based resources and services for families. The incumbent provides a wide variety of administrative functions including case planning/management, filing various materials for inclusion into client records, and producing various reports and necessary forms timely. The incumbent works evenings and/or weekends to accommodate the needs of program participants.
Education: BA degree in Social Work/Social Science (preferred), related field of study, or a combination of related education and experience.
Experience: One-year experience in Social Services or a related field preferred. Excellent problem-solving, analytical, organizational, and communication skills required the ability to prioritize work according to program demands and established timelines. Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.