The CWC Case Manager is responsible for assisting in management of NSO’s Transitional Housing Program (TLP) and Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) at the Carolyn Williams Center (CWC) for young men aged 18-23. The TLP and ESG offer a total of 17 individual beds to young men. The program is designed to assist each resident in achieving personal and financial self-sufficiency by aiding in resolving a range of barriers to self-sufficiency. A fundamental goal of this program is to assist clients in gaining permanent housing and the necessary life skills to remove risk of future occurrences of homelessness in their lives. We also seek to assist those who are suffering from the effects of generational poverty by helping them to be better equipped with the strategies, tools, and a recent set of “success stories” of their own to build on.
The CWC Case Manager ensures an empowering environment providing safety, structure, crisis intervention, advocacy, and problem-solving with residents. Employee must demonstrate an ability to form a professional working relationship with clients in an empathetic, respectful and non-judgmental way.
Minimum Requirements: Education in social work or human services preferred. Associates degree preferred. One year experience in human services field, homeless services, or residential programming required; a Bachelor’s level degree in lieu of stated minimum field-specific required work experience may be considered. Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance. Clearance of background check and drug screen.
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