Jewish Family Service of Greater New Haven is seeking qualified applicants for the following positions.
Approximately 25 hours/week. Requires Bachelor’s Degree, excellent writing and communication skills, and strong computer/technology skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suites, Photo Shop and Word Press. Market Agency to Greater New Haven via written articles for local newspapers, Constant Contact and newsletters. Collaborate with staff and Board on fundraising events and programs. Please send resume to Amy Rashba at email@example.com
Provide outreach, advocacy, case planning, service coordination and case management for families with significant barriers to employment who are referred to the TANF Case management program. This position requires intensive client-centered, in-home and/or community based case management including client assessments, Family Development Plan, assistance in life skills as needed; referrals to appropriate community services based on barriers to employment and family needs.
Establish and maintains relationships with local/regional staff from state departments, workforce development boards and DSS/DOL case workers. Must demonstrate ability to work with culturally and linguistically diverse families; ability to work independently with a flexible schedule to include non-traditional hours (early evenings/and possible weekends). Must demonstrate computer literacy, ability to work in a Windows environment and utilization of Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) web-based management system for case work documentation; and utilization of mobile devices (cell phone and tablet).
Candidates must possess a valid driver’s license, insurance and dependable car.
Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) highly encouraged to apply. BA/BS in a human service field with two (2) years relevant experience (preferred), Associates or equivalent with over five (5) years of directly relevant experience may be considered in lieu of BA/BS. Please send resume to Amy Rashba, LCSW at firstname.lastname@example.org.