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Case Manager, Catholic Charities (Schuylkill and Carbon)

  • ... Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 45100 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 04, 2024       Expires on: Mar 20, 2024

Case Manager, Catholic Charities (Schuylkill and Carbon)   

JOB TITLE:

Case Manager, Catholic Charities (Schuylkill and Carbon)

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Reading Pennsylvania United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Catholic Charities-Diocese of Allentown

Job title: Case manager

FLSA: Non- Exempt

Position Type: Full Time, 37.
5 hours/week

Working Days/Hours: Monday- Friday 8AM-4PM (Occasional nights and weekends may be required)

Department/Group: Community Support Services, Older Adult Services, Veteran Assistance Services, Ind/ Household Support Services

Accountability: Reports to County Supervisor and Program Director

Location: Various locations throughout Schuylkill and Carbon Counties

Travel Required: Primarily Schuylkill and Carbon counties, but regional (5 county) may be required.

Summary

A Case Manager provides direct, personal human services case management services to individuals and their families who reside within the service area of Catholic Charities Diocese of Allentown.
Duties include, but are not limited to, coordinating, evaluating, approving applications for assistance.
The Case Manager will assist the individual or family to move towards self-sufficiency.
The ability to work in a fast-paced office is required.
Work in a field setting may also be required in select circumstances.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conduct respectful, polite and courteous intake and evaluation of assistance requests.


  • Process assistance requests in a timely manner in accordance with Catholic Charities policy and grant requirements.


  • Maintain written client records in accordance with Catholic Charities policy and grant requirements.


  • Develop and implement service plans in a strengths-based, trauma-informed framework.


  • Prepare written weekly/monthly/quarterly/annual reports in accordance with Catholic Charities policy and grant requirements.


  • Where appropriate, provide information and referral to additional internal and external support resources, including employment referrals.


  • Maintain knowledge of current community social needs and applicable government regulations.


  • Represent Catholic Charities on relevant community-based committees or task forces as assigned.


  • When appropriate, speak at public functions anywhere in the Diocese of Allentown as assigned.


  • Supervise interns/students, as assigned.


  • Must work effectively with other team members on shared projects, conferences, community development, grants, etc.


  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Educational Qualifications

  • Bachelor in Social Work or related human services degree.

Required Knowledge and Skills

  • Must be willing to work within the guidelines of the Catholic Charities' mission and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.


  • Proficiency in oral and written English language.
    Proficiency in Spanish is helpful.


  • Very strong customer service skills, including the ability to meet with and/or phone customers, explain their accounts and request missing documents.


  • Well-developed computer skills, including ability to easily use Outlook, Word, Excel and ability to learn grant-specific web-based applications.


  • Must enjoy working in a very fast-paced environment, with the ability to work as part of a team and to set and adjust priorities.


  • Attention to detail.

Physical demands

  • Notwithstanding applicable ADA accommodations, while performing the duties of this job, employee is regularly required to: sit; walk and stand; speak or hear, both in person and by telephone.
    Use of hands to operate standard office equipment; with occasional reaching and lifting up to ten pounds is required.


  • Employee is required to drive safely Catholic Charities vehicles and/or his/her vehicle to all areas of Schuylkill and Carbon counties.


  • Employee is required to drive safely to other Catholic Charities or Diocese of Allentown locations.

Working Conditions

  • Primarily community-based settings, some service office setting.


  • Must be willing/able to drive anywhere within the 5 counties of the Diocese of Allentown and on occasion outside of the Diocese of Allentown.


  • Must be willing/able to travel to conferences, trainings, etc, when required by supervisor or program.


  • Must demonstrate respect and professionalism toward all clients in all interactions.


  • Normal work hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 to 4:00pm.


  • May be required to work evenings to accommodate agency functions and/ or clients' scheduling needs as appropriate.


Required Clearances and Trainings

  • Prior to start date, all Safe Environment Clearances must be received and reviewed, including FBI fingerprint, Pennsylvania State Police and Pennsylvania Department of Health and Human Services clearances.
    All clearances must be renewed in accordance with Diocese of Allentown and/or Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for duration of employment.


  • Prior to start date, completion of Mandated Reporter Training (MRT) and every 5 years thereafter or when required by agency, Diocese of Allentown, and/or Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


  • Clear PA motor vehicle record, valid PA Driver's License and proof of adequate insurance.


  • Completion of Protecting God's Children Training (PGC) within 3 weeks of start date and monthly online bulletins, as well as any recertification, for the duration of employment.


  • Any additional requirements implemented by the Diocese of Allentown, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or specific grantors, for the duration of employment.

Additional Notes

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by staff assigned to this job.
They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties of staff so classified.

All interested applicants must send their cover letter and resumes to:

Diocese of Allentown

Attn: Human Resources Office

P.
O.
Box F

Allentown, PA 18105-1538

resumes@allentowndiocese.
org

EOE M/F/D/V

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 04, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

45100 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707371285-def66ebdd908c8d07d1a453f84b98560

LOCATION:

Pennsylvania United States

CITY:

Reading

Job Origin:

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Catholic Charities-Diocese of Allentown

Job title: Case manager

FLSA: Non- Exempt

Position Type: Full Time, 37.5 hours/week

Working Days/Hours: Monday- Friday 8AM-4PM (Occasional nights and weekends may be required)

Department/Group: Community Support Services, Older Adult Services, Veteran Assistance Services, Ind/ Household Support Services

Accountability: Reports to County Supervisor and Program Director

Location: Various locations throughout Schuylkill and Carbon Counties

Travel Required: Primarily Schuylkill and Carbon counties, but regional (5 county) may be required.

Summary

A Case Manager provides direct, personal human services case management services to individuals and their families who reside within the service area of Catholic Charities Diocese of Allentown. Duties include, but are not limited to, coordinating, evaluating, approving applications for assistance. The Case Manager will assist the individual or family to move towards self-sufficiency. The ability to work in a fast-paced office is required. Work in a field setting may also be required in select circumstances.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conduct respectful, polite and courteous intake and evaluation of assistance requests.


  • Process assistance requests in a timely manner in accordance with Catholic Charities policy and grant requirements.


  • Maintain written client records in accordance with Catholic Charities policy and grant requirements.


  • Develop and implement service plans in a strengths-based, trauma-informed framework.


  • Prepare written weekly/monthly/quarterly/annual reports in accordance with Catholic Charities policy and grant requirements.


  • Where appropriate, provide information and referral to additional internal and external support resources, including employment referrals.


  • Maintain knowledge of current community social needs and applicable government regulations.


  • Represent Catholic Charities on relevant community-based committees or task forces as assigned.


  • When appropriate, speak at public functions anywhere in the Diocese of Allentown as assigned.


  • Supervise interns/students, as assigned.


  • Must work effectively with other team members on shared projects, conferences, community development, grants, etc.


  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Educational Qualifications

  • Bachelor in Social Work or related human services degree.

Required Knowledge and Skills

  • Must be willing to work within the guidelines of the Catholic Charities' mission and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.


  • Proficiency in oral and written English language. Proficiency in Spanish is helpful.


  • Very strong customer service skills, including the ability to meet with and/or phone customers, explain their accounts and request missing documents.


  • Well-developed computer skills, including ability to easily use Outlook, Word, Excel and ability to learn grant-specific web-based applications.


  • Must enjoy working in a very fast-paced environment, with the ability to work as part of a team and to set and adjust priorities.


  • Attention to detail.

Physical demands

  • Notwithstanding applicable ADA accommodations, while performing the duties of this job, employee is regularly required to: sit; walk and stand; speak or hear, both in person and by telephone. Use of hands to operate standard office equipment; with occasional reaching and lifting up to ten pounds is required.


  • Employee is required to drive safely Catholic Charities vehicles and/or his/her vehicle to all areas of Schuylkill and Carbon counties.


  • Employee is required to drive safely to other Catholic Charities or Diocese of Allentown locations.

Working Conditions

  • Primarily community-based settings, some service office setting.


  • Must be willing/able to drive anywhere within the 5 counties of the Diocese of Allentown and on occasion outside of the Diocese of Allentown.


  • Must be willing/able to travel to conferences, trainings, etc, when required by supervisor or program.


  • Must demonstrate respect and professionalism toward all clients in all interactions.


  • Normal work hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 to 4:00pm.


  • May be required to work evenings to accommodate agency functions and/ or clients' scheduling needs as appropriate.


Required Clearances and Trainings

  • Prior to start date, all Safe Environment Clearances must be received and reviewed, including FBI fingerprint, Pennsylvania State Police and Pennsylvania Department of Health and Human Services clearances. All clearances must be renewed in accordance with Diocese of Allentown and/or Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for duration of employment.


  • Prior to start date, completion of Mandated Reporter Training (MRT) and every 5 years thereafter or when required by agency, Diocese of Allentown, and/or Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


  • Clear PA motor vehicle record, valid PA Driver's License and proof of adequate insurance.


  • Completion of Protecting God's Children Training (PGC) within 3 weeks of start date and monthly online bulletins, as well as any recertification, for the duration of employment.


  • Any additional requirements implemented by the Diocese of Allentown, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or specific grantors, for the duration of employment.

Additional Notes

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by staff assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties of staff so classified.

All interested applicants must send their cover letter and resumes to:

Diocese of Allentown

Attn: Human Resources Office

P.O. Box F

Allentown, PA 18105-1538

resumes@allentowndiocese.org

EOE M/F/D/V

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