JOB OPENING: Rapid Rehousing & Permanent Supportive Housing Case Manager

The Housing Team works directly with individuals to achieve housing stability by using best practices in housing-based case management. GRACE operates Rapid Rehousing and Permanent Supportive Housing programs to provide permanent solutions to homelessness. 

Primary Responsibilities and Essential Functions: 

  • Provide comprehensive in-home case management services including goal setting, progress monitoring, advocacy, referrals and linking to available community resources, budgeting, and employment/income services.
  • Administer evidence-based tools for assessment and triage and make appropriate case management decisions based on the results.
  • Use motivational interviewing, progressive engagement, and other best practices to help participants identify and follow through with appropriate next steps.
  • Work directly with landlords to coordinate housing placement, identify housing opportunities for program participants, and actively resolve problems related to tenancy. 
  • Actively search for and locate referred individuals in shelters, on the streets, or in the woods. 
  • Attend and participate in weekly Case Conferencing Meetings and accept referrals into the program. 
  • Generate and complete reports for local, state, and federal funders. 
  • Use HMIS to maintain files on each participant, including plans to maintain and improve self-sufficiency. Document progress and assistance provided to achieve goals. Provide routine documentation of coordination and follow-up, and collect financial information. 
  • Maintain consistent and respectful service delivery. 
  • Record accurate information in HMIS as required. 
  • Communicate with other staff via Slack and case notes in HMIS.

Requirements

  • Knowledge of, and willingness to receive ongoing training in motivational interviewing, progressive engagement, trauma-informed care, and other best practices. 
  • Knowledge of affordable housing and social service resources in Alachua and surrounding counties. 
  • Experience with crisis intervention, conflict resolution, and conflict de-escalation, or begin training within 30 days of employment. 
  • Bachelor's Degree with two years of experience in homeless services, or five years of relevant program experience. 
  • Working knowledge of the Housing First philosophy, and ability to articulate associated programs and best practices to staff, volunteers, and Board Members. 
  • Strong written and oral communication skills. 
  • Must provide own transportation.  

Applicants must be able to pass a Level 2 Background Screening.

Light physical demands (lots of listening, some talking, and more listening. Working on the computer and phone. Driving to appointments and events. Lifting light equipment/materials, and occasionally working long days, nights, or weekends).


Culture and Benefits

GRACE is an exciting, fast-paced organization filled with some of the best people you could ever hope to meet. All of our programs - day services, permanent housing, emergency shelter, volunteers, and more - are organized around three core values: Safety, Impact, and Respect. We’re on a mission to end homelessness, and we’re always looking for new and innovative ways to improve what we do. GRACE offers opportunities to make your work schedule fit your life.  


Salary & Benefits

Salary Range:
$18/hour plus $4/hour hazard pay until March 2022. 

Reports to: 
Director of Housing Services

Status:
Full Time, Overtime Eligible 

Benefits:
Eligible for health, dental, and life insurance


Instructions for applying

Qualified and interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter to Jennifer Moises, Director of Housing Services at [email protected]. This position will remain open until filled.


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