GRIP EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Current open positions effective 2/5/2018
West County CARE Center Director- (Full Time position)
The CARE Center Director is a critical member of GRIP’s Leadership Team and is responsible for the day to day operations of the West County CARE Center, a component of Contra Costa County’s Homeless Coordinated Entry System. The Director has supervision and oversight responsibilities for the CARE Center operations including: coordination of service provision by GRIP staff and service partners; quality assurance; staff training; budget and contract management; and representing GRIP at community and Coordinated Entry meetings. Additionally, the CARE Center Director will provide some mental health direct service to clients with more complex challenges. Master’s Degree in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, or related field required. A Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family Therapist preferred.
Case Manager (West County CARE Center)- (Full Time position)
Provides support to people experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity who enter the CARE Center. In collaboration with the Coordinated Entry System of Contra Costa County, the goal of support services is to assist people to move into housing and attain self-sufficiency. The Care Center Case Manager is responsible for the assessment of client needs, complete entry into the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), completion of other housing assessment tools per the client needs, and support to access benefits and other services. Participate in assigned community meetings, and all GRIP activities and events as assigned. Must have Bachelor Degree in Social Service or related field. Years of service and work experience can be substituted for degree. Certification as Drug and Alcohol Treatment Counselor also an asset to this position. Evening and Weekend flexibility needed
Resident Case Manager-Family Shelter- (Full time position)
The Case Manager provides support to our homeless residents with the ultimate goal of moving people into housing and self-sufficiency. Conduct intake/assessment interviews with clients. Develop, implement and monitors client service plans. Make referrals to, and/or solicits services from service providers. Maintains necessary documentation for program accountability. Provides support groups, advocacy, one-on-one counseling and conflict resolution for clients. Must have Bachelor Degree in Social Service or related field. Years of service and work experience can be substituted for degree.
Resident Counselor and On-Call Resident Counselor– (Part time)
The Resident Counselor supervises all family housing clients and activities. The Resident Counselor establishes and maintains a healthy housing environment for all families including supervision of housekeeping responsibilities of residents. Assists clients with supporting short-term coping and problem-solving skills. Counselors will support Case Management of all families supporting transition to housing and outside resources. Maintains confidentiality of client information and records.
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