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Community Health Worker (Part-Time 20 Hrs)***Urgently Hiring

In Capellen United States

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Community Health Worker (Part-Time 20 Hrs)***Urgently Hiring   

JOB TITLE:

Community Health Worker (Part-Time 20 Hrs)***Urgently Hiring

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Lynwood Capellen United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Description:

Full Time / Non-Exempt -

Monday to Friday : 9:00 am to 1:00 pm ** Flexible hours available

Salary: $22.
5961 per hours

Benefits and Perks: Supportive, fun and friendly team environment!

*** Clients/Families we serve reside in the South Los Angeles, Compton, Watts and Lynwood area.

SHIELDS mission is to develop, deliver and evaluate culturally sensitive, comprehensive service models that empower and advocate for high-risk families in South Los Angeles.

The Jericho Vocational Services Center (JVSC) utilizes a one-stop model for providing vocational and educational training, mentoring, case management, supportive and linkage services to create successful transitions to employment and career pathways.
Jericho provides services for any Los Angeles County resident 18 years and older.
Additionally, our Jericho program specializes in vocational services tailored for individuals impacted by the criminal justice system.

The Community Health Worker will provide workforce development and career advancement opportunities that promote housing stabilization and family resiliency to homeless or at risk of homeless families in South LA.
These Services include but are not limited to: Referral and linkage to employment, Vocational and education services, housing, housing support and other supportive services based on client need.

Primary Duties

  • Assess all incoming referrals to determine program eligibility.
  • Conduct intake and assessment activities with clients including assisting with gathering program eligibility documentation, and completing intake forms.
  • Complete eligibility screening and enroll clients into the Coordinated Entry System (CES).
  • Conduct all required Job Training and workforce development preparation and assessments for referred homeless or at risk of homeless participants.
  • Administer and develop individualized employment plans according to participants specific needs
  • Assist homeless or at risk of homeless families or individuals with enrollment in one or more of: job training, supplemental workshops, high school or general education classes, Vocational/ Career preparation training (s), and employment placements assistance.
  • Housing navigation and housing support assistance to homeless or at risk of homeless families in South LA.
  • Assist homeless or at risk of homeless families or individuals with obtaining basic needs, such as clothing, food, transportation as well as gaining, restoring, improving and/or maintaining daily independent living skills and community participation and social/leisure.
  • Maintain regular ongoing client contact and tailor the intensity of services provided, including the frequency of face-to-face visits, according to client\\s level of functioning and acuity of needs.
  • Develop and maintain tracking systems to monitor reporting outcomes and funding requirements according to The Carl & Deutsch Foundation Grant Agreement.
  • Obtain all appropriate consents and authorizations for clients participation in program services and for staff to communicate effectively with partners and other service providers to assist clients with linkages to resources, services and benefits acquisition, coordination of services, client advocacy, and other needed services.
  • Monitor and follow up with clients and service providers to confirm timely completion of referrals and linkages, access to services, and maintenance of services.

Benefits and Perks: Supportive, fun and friendly team environment!

Benefits Classification:

Regular, Full-Time Employees (40 hours per week) - eligible for full benefits

Regular, Part-Time Employees (20 or more hours per week with a set schedule) - eligible for benefits at a pro-rated basis

Part-Time Employees less than 20 hours per week - not eligible for benefits

Part-Time Recurrent Hourly Employees - not eligible for benefits

  • Competitive Wages
  • Vacation and sick leave
  • Employer paid medical, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Retirement 403b plan and supplemental insurance benefits
  • 17 paid holidays plus paid birthday off & anniversary day
  • BBS supervision, on-going clinical training and CEUs available
  • Employee referral bonus
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee discount programs to theme parks, movies, hotels and car rentals
  • Paid educational leave
  • Paid drive time and mileage reimbursement
  • Eligible for Federal Student Loan Forgiveness
Requirements:
  • Be proficient in reading, writing in English.
  • Possess a working knowledge of conducting interventions for clients with a history of substance abuse, incarceration, mental illness or homelessness.
  • Working knowledge of client eligibility screening for entitlement program (DPSS, Voc.
    Rehab, Cal Works, etc.
    )
  • Working knowledge of compatible service systems including, but not limited to, DPSS, SSI ,etc
  • Know and comply with Agency policies and procedures, HIPAA.
  • Comfortable working with a diverse population including LGBT, formerly incarcerated and people with co-occurring disorders.
  • Present ideas, information, and viewpoints clearly, both verbally and in writing.
  • Efficiently use the personal computer to include a variety or word processing software.
  • Utilize analysis, experience, and judgment to make decisions.
  • Demonstrate commitment to team objectives and SHIELDS For Families philosophies.
  • Adapt to changing needs by acquiring new skills and knowledge.
  • Current California drivers license and a driving record acceptable to the Agencys insurance carrier.
  • Provides services within a culturally sensitive model of practice and is respectful to the community and clients.
  • COVID-19 vaccination required.
    May request medical or religious exemption if applicable.

If you require reasonable accommodation of a disability in completing this application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to 323.
242.
5000, Ext.
1258 or by email to scardenas@shieldsforfamilies.
org.

At SHIELDS for Families, our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee promotes equity and inclusion within our programs, workforce, and the communities we serve.
Our DEI Committee harnesses the power of our diverse workforce, utilizing their varied backgrounds and experiences to enhance our programs.
By employing culturally sensitive and comprehensive service models, we aim to provide the best support possible to the families we serve.

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

22.5961 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707364144-aed68316dc844f75f84e03d76f10d21b

LOCATION:

Capellen United States

CITY:

Lynwood

Job Origin:

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Description:

Full Time / Non-Exempt -

Monday to Friday : 9:00 am to 1:00 pm ** Flexible hours available

Salary: $22.5961 per hours

Benefits and Perks: Supportive, fun and friendly team environment!

*** Clients/Families we serve reside in the South Los Angeles, Compton, Watts and Lynwood area.

SHIELDS mission is to develop, deliver and evaluate culturally sensitive, comprehensive service models that empower and advocate for high-risk families in South Los Angeles.

The Jericho Vocational Services Center (JVSC) utilizes a one-stop model for providing vocational and educational training, mentoring, case management, supportive and linkage services to create successful transitions to employment and career pathways. Jericho provides services for any Los Angeles County resident 18 years and older. Additionally, our Jericho program specializes in vocational services tailored for individuals impacted by the criminal justice system.

The Community Health Worker will provide workforce development and career advancement opportunities that promote housing stabilization and family resiliency to homeless or at risk of homeless families in South LA. These Services include but are not limited to: Referral and linkage to employment, Vocational and education services, housing, housing support and other supportive services based on client need.

Primary Duties

  • Assess all incoming referrals to determine program eligibility.
  • Conduct intake and assessment activities with clients including assisting with gathering program eligibility documentation, and completing intake forms.
  • Complete eligibility screening and enroll clients into the Coordinated Entry System (CES).
  • Conduct all required Job Training and workforce development preparation and assessments for referred homeless or at risk of homeless participants.
  • Administer and develop individualized employment plans according to participants specific needs
  • Assist homeless or at risk of homeless families or individuals with enrollment in one or more of: job training, supplemental workshops, high school or general education classes, Vocational/ Career preparation training (s), and employment placements assistance.
  • Housing navigation and housing support assistance to homeless or at risk of homeless families in South LA.
  • Assist homeless or at risk of homeless families or individuals with obtaining basic needs, such as clothing, food, transportation as well as gaining, restoring, improving and/or maintaining daily independent living skills and community participation and social/leisure.
  • Maintain regular ongoing client contact and tailor the intensity of services provided, including the frequency of face-to-face visits, according to client\\s level of functioning and acuity of needs.
  • Develop and maintain tracking systems to monitor reporting outcomes and funding requirements according to The Carl & Deutsch Foundation Grant Agreement.
  • Obtain all appropriate consents and authorizations for clients participation in program services and for staff to communicate effectively with partners and other service providers to assist clients with linkages to resources, services and benefits acquisition, coordination of services, client advocacy, and other needed services.
  • Monitor and follow up with clients and service providers to confirm timely completion of referrals and linkages, access to services, and maintenance of services.

Benefits and Perks: Supportive, fun and friendly team environment!

Benefits Classification:

Regular, Full-Time Employees (40 hours per week) - eligible for full benefits

Regular, Part-Time Employees (20 or more hours per week with a set schedule) - eligible for benefits at a pro-rated basis

Part-Time Employees less than 20 hours per week - not eligible for benefits

Part-Time Recurrent Hourly Employees - not eligible for benefits

  • Competitive Wages
  • Vacation and sick leave
  • Employer paid medical, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Retirement 403b plan and supplemental insurance benefits
  • 17 paid holidays plus paid birthday off & anniversary day
  • BBS supervision, on-going clinical training and CEUs available
  • Employee referral bonus
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee discount programs to theme parks, movies, hotels and car rentals
  • Paid educational leave
  • Paid drive time and mileage reimbursement
  • Eligible for Federal Student Loan Forgiveness
Requirements:
  • Be proficient in reading, writing in English.
  • Possess a working knowledge of conducting interventions for clients with a history of substance abuse, incarceration, mental illness or homelessness.
  • Working knowledge of client eligibility screening for entitlement program (DPSS, Voc. Rehab, Cal Works, etc.)
  • Working knowledge of compatible service systems including, but not limited to, DPSS, SSI ,etc
  • Know and comply with Agency policies and procedures, HIPAA.
  • Comfortable working with a diverse population including LGBT, formerly incarcerated and people with co-occurring disorders.
  • Present ideas, information, and viewpoints clearly, both verbally and in writing.
  • Efficiently use the personal computer to include a variety or word processing software.
  • Utilize analysis, experience, and judgment to make decisions.
  • Demonstrate commitment to team objectives and SHIELDS For Families philosophies.
  • Adapt to changing needs by acquiring new skills and knowledge.
  • Current California drivers license and a driving record acceptable to the Agencys insurance carrier.
  • Provides services within a culturally sensitive model of practice and is respectful to the community and clients.
  • COVID-19 vaccination required. May request medical or religious exemption if applicable.

If you require reasonable accommodation of a disability in completing this application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to 323.242.5000, Ext. 1258 or by email to scardenas@shieldsforfamilies.org.

At SHIELDS for Families, our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee promotes equity and inclusion within our programs, workforce, and the communities we serve. Our DEI Committee harnesses the power of our diverse workforce, utilizing their varied backgrounds and experiences to enhance our programs. By employing culturally sensitive and comprehensive service models, we aim to provide the best support possible to the families we serve.


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