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CASE WORKER, H.O.U.S.E: CSS is hiring 5 Full Time individuals to work in its H.O.U.S.E. program: 1 position is M-TH, regular business hours. The remaining positions are M-F with the following shifts available: 1 staff 9 AM -5 PM, 1 staff 10 AM-6 PM, 2 staff 12 PM-8 AM
Job Duties/Responsibilities: Facilitate and mediate communication with assigned clients and landlords as needed; Assist clients with the development of Re-Housing/Stabilization Plan; Respond to inquiries, phone calls, correspondence, and e-mail in a timely manner; Perform program orientations to educate and inform applicants of program requirements and responsibilities; Coordinate with Housing Quality Inspector to ensure timely inspections at admission to program, annual re-certification and condition of unit inspections; Promote the self-sufficiency all new clients who are given the opportunity to participate in the program; Adhere to CSS confidentiality policy; Adhere to professional ethics and boundaries; Answer telephone and follow through with messages; Maintains master file of programmatic forms and back up computer data monthly.
Minimum Requirements: Valid Driver’s License; Ability to work well under stressful conditions; Able to lift up to 50 lbs; Ability to utilize the computer for all data entry and document maintenance; Ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds.; Good problem solving capability and the ability to respond appropriately to crisis situations. Please forward cover letter and resume to: JAYNE WESTNER 1600 Bay Street
PO Box M/So. Station
Fall River, MA 02724
F: 508-675-2224 JWestner@cssdioc.org
CASE WORKER; MOTELS 2 HOME: CSS is hiring 8 Entry level, full time, hourly employee. He/She works as part of the program’s team of individuals responsible for the outreach and placement of families currently experiencing homelessness and who are residing in area motels. Includes weekend and some evening hours.
Job Duties/Responsibilities: Work with homeless population residing in area motels to locate, secure, and sustain housing. Assist with paperwork and ensure timely submission to the funder. Respond to inquiries, phone calls, correspondence, and email in a timely manner. Perform program orientation to educate and inform applicants of program requirements and responsibilities. Provide case management for the duration of the program to ensure compliance and support sustainability. This may include assisting clients with acquiring benefits, reviewing budgets, and assessing life goals
Minimum Requirements: 2-4 year degree or equivalent work experience, Excellent interpersonal skills, Proficiency in Microsoft applications, Ability to multi-task, pay strict attention to detail, perform well under pressure, meet tight deadlines, effectively prioritize work load, and take initiative.
DATA ENTRY SUPPORT STAFF: This Full Time position works out of our Fall River Office and is responsible for inputting and ensuring that all CORI forms are completed, as well as basic computer data.
Job Duties/Responsibilities:Review CORI application/Code of conduct to ensure the form is completed and signed. Make sure a copy of a drivers license or birth certificate is attached; For applications from employees that do not live in MA or lived in MA for less then 5 years, must make sure disclaimer is attached and then send the form with the agency form letter explaining the process they need to follow to obtain a CORI; Enter batches of CORI’s into the CORI Audit Book to keep record and organization; Entering CORI’s into database and processing batches; Responsible for master list of all employees and volunteers and detailed CORI information; Responsible for processing CORI’s in both MA and RI; Assisting with any issues or questions in regards to CORI’s; Perform administrative tasks and data entry when needed; Performs phone coverage for when receptionist is absent or as needed; Responsible for delivering and picking up mail from post office twice a day
Minimum Requirements: Posses strong organizational and computer skills, including Microsoft Office Products; Must adhere to confidentiality in accordance with HIPPA regulations; Minimum of a High School Degree; A valid license and transportation.
PROPERTY MANAGER: Full Time Postion for a Property for one of our CABH Properties. The Property Manager will manage the day-to-day operations of the properties to ensure the property is physically and financially sound.
Required Qualifications: Experience in property management and residential leasing preferred; Knowledge of low income/affordable housing programs; Compliance with State and Federal Housing Regulations; Ability to exercise sound judgment in making decisions; Hard-working, successful at task completion; Flexible, able to perform multiple tasks; Valid Drivers License & Reliable Transportation.
Job Duties/Responsibilities: Rent Collection and Deposits; Tenant Relations, Mediation and Meeting; Marketing & Occupancy of Units; Application Processing and Screening; Lease Compliance Enforcement; Oversight of Physical Building and reporting/assigning needed repairs to appropriate personnel; Property and Room Inspections; Maintain Project Paperwork, Files and Documentation accordingly and with appropriate confidentiality; Other appropriate property management tasks assigned by supervisor.
MAINTENANCE STAFF: Full Time Maintenance position working with our CABH program, in Fall River. Maintenance Staff will maintain Community Action for Better Housing Properties and to ensure decent, safe and sanitary conditions.
Required Qualifications: Experience in maintenance-related work for at least 2 years; Ability to lift and carry heavy objects; Hard-working, successful at task completion; Flexible, able to perform multiple tasks.
Job Duties/Responsibilities: Maintain units to ensure safety and decency, Repair any broken fixtures, including windows, door handles or other, Paint any necessary structures or fixtures, Clean and maintain common areas, Perform yard maintenance.
PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANTS (PCA): The Office for Persons with Disabilities is looking for PCA's for upcoming clients we are surrogates for. Clients of different ages and disabilities. Previous experience as a PCA/CNA a plus. Experience with toileting issues, spongebaths, med distribution, and transfers; drug addiction and mental health issues a plus. Must have reliable transportation and be available weekends and nights.
WE DO CORI CHECKS (Criminal Background Checks) ON ALL PCA APPLICANTS.
If interested or for more information, please contact MATTHEW DANSEREAU Coordinator - Office for Persons with Disabilities Catholic Social Services
238 Bonney St.
New Bedford MA, 02744
Phone: 508 - 997 - 7337