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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

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CURRENT OPENINGS

  • UNACCOMPANIED YOUTH CASE MANAGER: This Part Time position works in our PSH programs with Unaccompanied Youth.

    Job Duties:Development of Individual Service Plans; Responsible for documentation of client information; Provide monthly reports on client progress to Coordinator of Residential Services; Schedule supportive services for clients to assist and attain permanent housing; Schedule supportive services for clients related to clinical issues such as substance abuse and homelessness; Must be able to handle other responsibilities as assigned by Coordinator of Residential Services and/or Executive Director; Schedule supportive services for clients related to job training and skills training; Meet with clients twice a week to evaluate progress, identify potential barriers and develop subsequent strategy to resolve; Maintain strong rapport and open communication with clients; Conduct all exit interviews with clients; Monitor and track all existing clients quarterly to offer supportive services.

    Minimum Requirements: Previous Case Management experience; Experience with homless youth; Bilingual preferred; Strong organizational skills; Solid interpersonal skills; Able to work independently; Knowledge of cultures served, ability to work with diverse populations; Ability to link clients with public and private resources; Ability to represent and advocate for the program in the community; Able to coordinate services with other CSS staff.

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org



  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASE MANAGER: This Part Time position works in our PSH programs with homeless families and indivduals involved with Domestic Violence.

    Job Duties:Development of Individual Service Plans; Responsible for documentation of client information; Provide monthly reports on client progress to Coordinator of Residential Services; Schedule supportive services for clients to assist and attain permanent housing; Schedule supportive services for clients related to clinical issues such as substance abuse and homelessness; Must be able to handle other responsibilities as assigned by Coordinator of Residential Services and/or Executive Director; Schedule supportive services for clients related to job training and skills training; Meet with clients twice a week to evaluate progress, identify potential barriers and develop subsequent strategy to resolve; Maintain strong rapport and open communication with clients; Conduct all exit interviews with clients; Monitor and track all existing clients quarterly to offer supportive services.

    Minimum Requirements: Previous Case Management experience; Domestic Violence Experience; Bilingual preferred; Strong organizational skills; Solid interpersonal skills; Able to work independently; Knowledge of cultures served, ability to work with diverse populations; Ability to link clients with public and private resources; Ability to represent and advocate for the program in the community; Able to coordinate services with other CSS staff.

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org


  • SENIOR HOUSING SPECIALIST: This full time second shift postion will also work weekends, working with homeless families in ourH.O.U.S.E Program.

    Job Duties:
    Must Keep track of vacancies and report to SRN every morning; Must do Bi-weekly inspections/spot checks of all units in all areas; Audit client charts Monthly and report to Program Coordinator with a completed Audit checklist; Must report to maintenance any repairs needed, damages and apartment turnarounds via work orders; Must contact landlords if necessary for any issues involving the units that need repairs and that are the Landlord’s responsibility; Must update the on call sheet with the landlords and clients information.; The Senior Staff will accompany staff to their home visits only in any circumstance that requires for additional assistance; The Senior Staff must report to the Program Coordinator of any issues or concerns pertaining to staff job performance; take pictures of new units for landlord files, pictures of repaired units for landlord files,pictures of units that had a turnaround when repairs were done, and pictures of any new appliance that is added and or replaced in a unit; cover meetings for the Program Coordinator as assigned; on call (every other weekend) or as needed if Program Coordinator is off.

    Minimum Requirements: Must possess a valid driver’s license; Reliable transportation; Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred; Prior Case Management experience; Able to multitask; Versed in conflict resolution and de-escalation; The ability to work well under high pressure situations; Bi-lingual strongly preferred.

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org


  • PRISM CASE MANGER: CSS is looking for a full time person to works as a case manager with homeless families in our PRISM program out of New Bedford MA.

    Job Duties: Development of Individual Service Plans; Responsible for documentation of client information; Provide monthly reports on client progress to Coordinator of Residential Services; Schedule supportive services for clients to assist and attain permanent housing; Schedule supportive services for clients related to clinical issues such as substance abuse and homelessness; Must be able to handle other responsibilities as assigned by Coordinator of Residential Services and/or Executive Director; Schedule supportive services for clients related to job training and skills training; Meet with clients twice a week to evaluate progress, identify potential barriers and develop subsequent strategy to resolve; Maintain strong rapport and open communication with clients; Conduct all exit interviews with clients; Monitor and track all existing clients quarterly to offer supportive services.

    Minimum Requirements: Bilingual preferred; Strong organizational skills; Solid interpersonal skills; Able to work independently; Knowledge of cultures served, ability to work with diverse populations; Ability to link clients with public and private resources; Ability to represent and advocate for the program in the community; Able to coordinate services with other CSS staff. 2 years case management experience or a Bachelor's Degree Preferred. Must have a valid driver's license and reliable transportation.

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org


  • MAINTENANCE: CSS is looking for a part time maintenance person for Talbot Apartments in New Bedford MA.

    Job Duties: This position is responsible for maintaining Tabolt Apartments. Projects may include but are not limited to: repairs of any broken fixtures, including windows, door handles etc; painting any necessary structures or fixtures; yard maintenance; daily cleaning; and ensuring safety and decency.

    Minimum Job Requirements:
    Hardworking and successful at task completion; Self motivated with the ability to work with minimum supervision; Flexible and able to perform multiple tasks; Ability to lift and carry heavy objects; Experience in maintenance-related work for at least 2 years; High School Diploma or equivalent; Drivers license, car and ability to travel to different sites

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org



  • RESIDENTIAL NIGHT MANAGER: this is a full time overnight, live in position that works in our Hyannis Residence.

    Job Duties: Monitor residence; supervise clients; transport residents as needed; dispense and monitor medications; and case management.

    Minumum Job Requirements: Experience with post-incarceration women; case managing and case notes; valid drivers license; ability to drive a company van; ability to multi task and think on your feet; experience with mental health and addiction issues.

    Please forward cover letter and resume to:
    SAMANTHA CATON
    1600 Bay Street
    PO Box M/So. Station
    Fall River, MA 02724
    F: 508-675-2224
    SCaton@cssdioc.org


  • 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.

    WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING PCA's IN THE WEST HARWICH MA AREA.


    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




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