Case Manager Position

To apply: Please submit resume and cover letter to Nicole Schmiesing at director@numashaus.org

Job Title: Case Manager
Exemption Status: Non-Exempt. Part or Full-time available.

Job Specifications
Job Title: Case Manager
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, counseling, or a related field.
Preferred Qualifications: Licensed Social Worker
Additional Requirements: Successfully complete background check and have a valid driver’s license.
Salary: Depends on Experience

Job Duties and Responsibilities
Case Manager, under the supervision of the Executive Director, is responsible for day-to-day coordination of program components in support of residents, as they work towards self-sufficiency and obtain housing. Conducts phone interviews/assessments for potential residents. Supports, encourages, advocates for, monitors, and holds residents accountable to their individual goals and program goals. Holds residents accountable for house upkeep. Documents all necessary case notes, completes intakes, ongoing orientations, resolves inter-residency conflicts, leads house meetings with residents and other duties related to case and shelter management. Monitors and assists in shelter upkeep. Conducts outreach in the community, participates in meetings with community partners, and supports and develops programming. Assists with donations, marketing, and coordinating volunteers. Supports organization and program operations by independently performing general office duties and fundraising tasks, as needed. Participates in bi-weekly after hour on-call rotation.

Case Manager always: maintains client confidentiality in all situations, while upholding all ethical and moral obligations, documents service delivery, as needed; transports residents and completes other work assignments using private vehicle; provides services to residents and children at the shelter as assigned; and performs other duties as assigned.

This position may qualify for paid time off and a retirement savings plan. NUMAS Haus is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. The position does qualify for MN Employee Sick and Safe Time.

Nature and Scope
NUMAS Haus provides safe, temporary housing for homeless women, with or without children. The program develops and provides internal and external resources in support of residents’ goals of obtaining housing and long-term stability. The program also provides on-going case management for families who complete the NUMAS Haus program for up to two years after moving into their own housing.

Physical Effort
This position requires moderate physical exertion. The person is required to physically inspect sleeping quarters which may require moving of tables, chairs, and other furniture. Some cleaning and light maintenance are also required along with the use of stepladder and climbing of stairs.