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DATE ENTRY - HMIS: This full time position works out of our Fall River Office and is responsible for inputting into our HMIS system as well as basic computer data entry.
Job Duties: Review HMIS forms for completion; Enter batches of HMIS into the system; processing HMIS batches/statistics; Perform administrative tasks and data entry when needed, Performs phone coverage for when receptionist is absent or as needed.
Minimum Job 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
DIRECT CARE STAFF: This full time position works in our Samaritan House Homeless Shelter in Taunton MA.
Job Duties: Supervise house guests to ensure adherence to house rules; Act as an intermediary for problem resolution; Maintains cleanliness of shelter; Document activities in the Daily Log Book; Assign beds to guests; Inspect guest’s belongings for weapons or drugs; Secure building at all times; Maintain confidentiality and professional boundaries with guests
Minimum Requirements: A high school diploma and previous experience working in a residential program preferred, Bilingual preferred; Excellent interpersonal skills; Experience working with diverse population; Experience with crisis intervention.
DIRECT CARE STAFF: This full time position works in our St. Killian's program with homeless youth.
Job Duties: Direct Care staff is responsible for directing and assisting in the care and safety of residents, including life skills and limited behavioral interventions. This position also facilitates resident cooking, cleaning and general maintenance duties.
Minimum Requirements: A high school diploma and previous experience working in a residential program preferred.
STAFF ACCOUNTANT: This Full Time position works out of our Fall River Main Office. The Grant Accountant is responsible for providing leadership, oversight, and guidance for the accounting of assigned grants, including but not limited to, post award grant accounting, budget modification as well as ensuring compliance with funding source administrative guidelines, timely receipt of revenue, accurate submission of financial and other related reports.
Job Duties: Reviews, audits, analyzes, and reconciles all financial and other related information and documents in support of grant related expenditures to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and other related regulations and statutes, while adhering to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); Analyzes various grantor revenue and expenditure reports and makes appropriate recommendations to ensure compliance with budgeted projections and grant provisions; Prepares audit worksheets, schedules, reports, and supporting documentation to be used during grant audits by federal, state, and other related agencies; Prepares and maintains documentation to support federal, state, and other related agencies’ audit inspections of financial transactions including billing, funds draw down, correspondence, and other related activities; Prepares invoices, including supporting documentation, for submission as required by the grantor to receive payment; Reconcile general ledger for all assigned grants; Provide support to other members of the agency regarding budgets and compliance with grant requirements.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or a minimum of 4 years proven experience working in finance; Knowledge of budget preparation and administration, financial record keeping, and reporting.; Knowledge of principles and practices of contract/grant administration and monitoring; Knowledge of federal, state, and other related laws, rules, regulations, and policies pertaining to grant and contract administration.; Ability to interpret contracts, requirements, policies, and procedures relating to grants, applicable laws, rules, and regulations.; Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other relevant technologies; Strong analytical and problem solving skills; Ability to prioritize and multi-task; Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds; Must have reliable transportation.
LIFE SKILL COACH: this is a part time position working within our Permanent Supported Housing Programs. The Primary function is to train and assist program participants in the development of critical life management skills and knowledge necessary to live in the community, increase their skill levels in daily living tasks, and to be independent.
Job Duties: Meet with clients one-on-one and/or in a group setting to establish goals and discuss different actions necessary to achieve set goals; Evaluate clients to determine what area of their lives is most in need of development; Assist client with budgeting of resources and money management; Communicate with employers, therapists, and others in the community to gauge client progress and identify additional needs; Maintain client files in a confidential, responsible manner and meet all paperwork deadline requirements; Provide independent living skills training.
Minimum Job Requirements: B.S. in psychology, social work, or human services or equivalent work experience; Life Coach Certification; Ability to communicate effectively, orally and written with all levels of staff, the general public, and program individuals; Must be punctual and have good attendance; must be flexible with availability.; Reliability and dependability, ability to follow directions and work independently; Positions require local driving; must have proof of valid MA driver’s license; Intermediate Microsoft Office skills; Advanced critical thinking skills and ability to think outside of the box; Understand human psychology; Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds; Must have reliable transportation.
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, sponge baths, med distribution, and transfers; drug addiction and mental health issues a plus. Must have reliable transportation and be available weekends and nights. We have PCA case all over Southeastern MA.
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