Job Title: HIV Case Manager
Job Description: A full-time position that is responsible for working with clients and their families/support system to obtain the full range of needed services and ensures coordination of these services. The Case Manager promotes linkage development and monitors the effectiveness of linkages with other service providers. The Case Manager ensures community follow-up to engage the client in care, promotes attendance at appointments and adherence to treatment regimes, and encourages client self-sufficiency and empowerment.
Salary: Salary: $37,000.00 to $40,000.00 /year
Reports to: Supervisor of Case Management
Qualifications: Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in health, human or education services or social work, and a minimum of three years of qualifying experience in case management. For this position, qualifying experience means verifiable full or part-time work in a human services related field. Prior work with persons with HIV infection, and/or persons with a history of mental illness, homelessness, or chemical dependence is preferred. Excellent verbal, written and organizational skills, proficiency with Windows and Microsoft Office, attention to detail, and good time management skills are necessary. Non-profit experience and Bilingual (Spanish) a plus.
Applicants should send cover letter (with salary requirements) and resume to: Fax: 302-654-5472 or email@example.com.
2. Job Title: Housing Case Manager
Job Description: A full-time position that provides professional assistance and program management in the delivery of direct client services offered by the Delaware HIV Consortium to persons living with HIV, with a focus on housing services that promote stable living situations, and prevent homelessness. The Housing Case Manager works directly with clients assessing their housing needs and preferences and developing personalized housing plans that promote transition to long-term stable housing situations.
Salary: $38,000 – $42,000
Reports to: Manager of Housing Programs
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Extensive knowledge of and experience with housing assistance programs operating in Delaware. Background in case management and HIV services. Excellent verbal, written and organizational skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office, attention to detail, and good time management skills are necessary. Personal transportation and a valid driver’s license are required.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Implement transition planning process for housing program beneficiaries in order to promote long-term housing stability. Specific activities include:
- Exploring available housing resources through outreach and engagement with Delaware’s affordable housing providers, including public housing authorities and subsidized apartment complexes, private landlords and property managers.
- Creating and continuously updating a list of available housing options to ensure housing choice in the transition planning process.
- Meeting with program participants to create customized housing transition plans that would ensure a seamless exit from the program to suitable housing in the community.
- Guiding program participants through the application process for alternative housing options.
- Contacting clients regularly to track progress in their transition plans.
- Communicating regularly with case managers, landlords, property managers, and others who are providing services that promote housing stability.
- Reporting on program outcomes.
- Assist Housing Program Manager with the following responsibilities:
- Transitioning clients into the program from the waiting list: reviewing program eligibility; conducting interviews; providing housing information services; calculating rent subsidies; reviewing leases; communicating with clients, landlords, case managers, utility providers, and other service providers; completing housing placement process.
- Integrating vocational assessment and employment assistance for program beneficiaries into program operations to encourage client wellness, stability, and self-sufficiency.
- Disbursing information about housing options to persons seeking information about resources in Delaware, including the housing program operated and overseen by the Delaware HIV Consortium.
- Updating and maintaining client case files and housing program database on an ongoing basis.
- Other responsibilities:
- Professional development activities including: participation in webinars, workshops, and conferences to enhance program quality and comply with federal regulations
- Other duties as needed and determined by the Manager of Housing Programs, the Program Director, and the Executive Director of the Delaware HIV Consortium.
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