PT Self-Sufficiency Case Manager – SLC
Location: Salt Lake City
HOUSE OF HOPE IS AN ESSENTIAL HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION AND WILL NOT CLOSE DUE TO THE PANDEMIC. As a substance use treatment facility, we are critical to the public health and safety of women and children throughout Utah. We are looking for dependable workers dedicated to rebuilding lives, strengthening families, and empowering women even during difficult times. House of Hope is dedicated to health and safety of our employees. We endeavor to provide all preventative safety measures and establish strict sanitation protocols in accordance to the Utah Department of Health.
Are you looking for an opportunity to further your experience working in the human services field, non-profit, or substance abuse treatment organizations? Do you value creativity, direct communication, and team collaboration? Are you passionate about working to serve women and children? House of Hope is seeking a hardworking, organized individual with good boundaries, stress management, and assertive communication skills who is willing and able to hit the ground running to teach classes, find resources and work individually with women.
Status: Part Time
See if these primary duties match your interests and experience:
-This position is for a case manager to work with women in obtaining housing, employment/education, and learning relapse prevention skills in residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment. This is an excellent opportunity for an individual seeking experience in human service field, non-profit or substance abuse organizations.
-Work as a case manager for women in treatment with a housing and self-sufficiency emphasis.
-Various duties such as teaching women’s groups (curriculum provided) on topics such as relapse prevention, budgeting, time management, and other self-sufficiency topics.
-Also, working with women individually to fill out paperwork and link them with community resources to get stable housing and obtain employment or education in the community.
-The challenges of this position are that working with this population requires assertiveness, compassion and confidence. The intense nature of the work can be stressful.
-The advantages of this position are the opportunity for accelerated training in a fast-paced program with the mission of strengthening high-risk families who have substance abuse/mental health issues and helping them obtain housing, employment and reach other self-sufficiency goals, which can be very rewarding.
-Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Human Services or Social Work field.
-Attention to detail and consistent ability to enter information quickly and accurately required.
-Must have assertive communication skills.
-Self-motivation, strong work ethic and dependability required.
-Must be able to work independently, manage stress well and demonstrate initiative in solving problems.
-Must have excellent time management skills.
-High level of computer proficiency required.
-Training and supervision provided.
– Prefer individual with previous employment experience in housing, workforce services, homeless populations, case management, etc.
-Must be at least 21 years old.
-This is a non-smoking worksite.
-Must be able to pass an extensive background check and drug test.
-If in recovery, must have at least two years of sobriety.
-Must have own reliable transportation and valid driver’s license.
Hours: 24-28 hours per week, between M-F, generally 1 pm -6 pm, also 4-6 hours/week later evenings and/or weekends.
Wages: $14-16/hr, depending on education/license and experience
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