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DIRECT CARE STAFF - SR. ROSE HOUSE: This is a full time awake overnight (11PM to 7AM) working at Sr. Rose House in New Bedford . The program offers a wide range of services through CSS, and the goal of the House is to help our clients to gain long term sustainability while working on issues that lead to their homelessness. At Catholic Social Services we are committed to improving the quality of life for those in need by providing comprehensive social and human services.
Job Duties/Responsibilities: 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: Bilingual; Excellent interpersonal skills; Experience working with diverse population; Experience with crisis intervention.
PEER NAVIGATOR - AMERICORP This is a Full Time stipend volunteer position. The Peer Navigators are AmeriCorps members committed to working as peer case managers with veterans and military families who are struggling financially, emotionally and relationally. Peer Navigators are dedicated to ensuring veterans and military families find appropriate housing and support service.
The primary goal of the peer navigator is to optimize client functioning and well-being by providing and coordinating high-quality services, in the most effective and efficient manner possible, to individuals, couples and families who are or have been engaged in military work, with multiple complex needs.
Job Duties/Responsibilities: Engagement with clients; Assist clients with the development of Re-Housing/Stabilization Plan; Respond to inquiries, phone calls, correspondence, and e-mail in a timely manner; Assessment of client priorities, strengths and challenges; Development and implementation of a care plan; Monitoring of service delivery; Evaluation of outcomes; 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 & reliable transportation; Must be a Veteran; 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 & work well under stressful conditions; Good problem solving capability and the ability to respond appropriately to crisis situations.
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 entry.
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
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