Housing Focused Case Manager - FT
Dayton , OH 45401
Posted 10 months ago
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- Homefull serves people experiencing homelessness or those who have recently been housed. Our Housing Focused Case Managers may serve in a variety of program settings from in the shelter to community based to onsite at a permanent supportive housing program.*
Primary responsibility of the Housing Focused Case Manager is coordinating all aspects of client care, support, and treatment plans to either assist clients in obtraining housing and/or maintaining their housing to avoid returning to homelessness. The Housing Focused Case Manager serves as integral member of multi-disciplinary, housing-focused service team.
Summary of essential job functions
The Housing Focused Case Manager will be responsible for:
- assisting clients in developing a housing plan to either exit shelter as quickly as possible or to maintain their current housing.
- completing high quality clinical documentation at the time of services, as part of Collaborative Documentation efforts.
- maintaining client case records according to agency policies and procedures and HMIS policies and procedures.
- contributing to quality assurance outcomes for their assigned program including data completeness, average length of stay, income/benefits upon exit, and recidivism.
- submitting reports/spreadsheets weekly or as assigned.
- meeting productivity goals.
- participating in ongoing education and training to develop professional skills, achieve QMHS status via Homefull training, and maintain licensure (if applicable).
- complete CPST documentation and billing spreadsheets following guidelines.
- maintain high standard of client care, contributing to an environment where all clients are treated with dignity and respect.
- maintain Homefulls code of conduct and follow all confidentiality guidelines.
- participate in Homefulls activities and contribute to a positive, safe, and healthy work environment.
- completing other duties as assigned.
Bachelors degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or related field required. Experience/knowledge of homelessness and/or marginalized communities preferred.
Computer skills including Word, Excel, and Power Point.