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Halfway House Case Manager

Qualifications: A four-year degree in social work, counseling, criminal justice administration, psychology, sociology or closely related field; and a minimum of 1 year experience working in human services, corrections or community based services is preferred. 

Job Duties:

  • Conduct intake interviews with potential consumers, incorporating information given by other involved parties. Establish eligibility, if appropriate. 
  • Establish professional and ethical relationship, develop/maintain individual plan for services.
  • Conduct individual/group sessions as needed for program orientation and/or Job Readiness Training.
  • Meet performance outcomes in enrollments, graduation rate, entered employment, average wage, and retention details.
  • Develop and maintain good communication and working relationships with referring staff and internal team.
  • Develop and maintain knowledge of required outcome reporting system as required by project or grant.
  • Maintain client files with all required agency and funding source paperwork and complete all paperwork in a timely manner. Maintain confidentially according to agency guidelines. 
  • Maintain knowledge of community resources that can be utilized to support consumer needs (i.e. transportation, medical, child care, utilities, etc.) Make referrals, advocate and follow-up.
  • Model workplace appropriate attire, interactions, etc. 
  • Actively participate in trainings, meetings, staffings and other community activities whenever possible/appropriate. 
  • Other duties assigned. 
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