CES Bilingual Case Manager

Department For Persons With Disabilities Oak Ridge , NJ 07438

Posted 3 months ago

For over 75 years, Catholic Family and Community Services, has provided at little or no cost, a full spectrum of services to individuals who are oppressed, families who are in crisis and communities who are disenfranchised.

Located throughout the New Jersey Counties of Passaic, Morris and Sussex, we provide professionally based social services, including Behavioral Health Programs, Veterans Services, Childrens Programs, Senior and Aging Services and much more.

CES Bilingual Case Manager

Hours: Monday

  • Friday 8:30am

  • 4:30pm (Evenings may be required to meet the needs of the program)

Location: Dover, NJ

General Summary:

The program is a collaborative partner under the Morris County Continuum of Care committed to addressing the needs of homeless or potentially homeless families in Morris County. The case manager functions as a conduit to process DCA funded Homeless Prevention Program (HPP) and HPRP-2 grant assistance applications or discretionary funding to ensure financial assistance is rendered. The case manager is responsible for the coordination, development and planning goals to promote self-sufficiency.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Case managers maybe assigned walk-in duties for CES programs, in addition to caseload.

  • Meet face to face with clients. Determine client needs based on interview, develop a budget, develop Housing Stabilization Plan, provide housing stabilization services intended to meet basic essential needs; including: advocacy and referral; Assessing eligibility for entitlements/financial assistance.

  • Work with clients to identify long-term solutions to recurring problems.

  • Develop and maintain accurate case management plan, case files and monthly statistical reports. Enter all client information into AWARDS

  • Prepare all monthly, quarterly, year-end reports.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelors Degree or associates degree with 1-3 years work experience. Prior work experience in human services preferred.

  • Bilingual; Spanish speaking required.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Work, Excel, PowerPoint).

  • Ability to work independently.

  • Good writing and speaking skills.

  • Strong organizational skills

Benefits:

For full time positions, we offer medical, vision, dental, life and supplemental life insurance. Accidental and Critical Illness Insurance, 403B with employer match and Paid Time off (PTO)

Catholic Charities is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) we will discontinue the use of any recruitment resources which engages in direct or indirect discriminatory practices.


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