Our mission is to create and sustain a strong, effective community that acknowledges and responds to the potential, achievements and interdependence of its diverse members. Rooted in and primarily focused on the Chelsea neighborhood, we seek to empower all individuals and families to achieve their highest potential, while maintaining a priority on those in economic need.
Hudson Guild is seeking a passionate Bilingual Case Manager for our Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NORC) program. We are seeking an individual who organized, caring and has a respect for diversity, including culture, ethnicity and sexual orientation. Under the supervision of the Social Worker, the Part Time Case Manager will provide case management assistance and must possess strong working knowledge of government entitlement and social services systems.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in human services, Social Work or other related field. Must be able to read, write and speak fluent English & Spanish. Ability to work effectively with well and frail older adults and other service agencies. Willingness to work a flexible schedule. Excellent organizational, computer and advocacy skills and the ability to work as part of team.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of related work experience preferred.
-Develop care plans for individuals and groups.
-Facilitate support groups as assigned by supervisor.
-Conduct intakes and needs assessments as assigned.
-Assist mobile and homebound participants to access government entitlement programs, social services systems and other resources.
-Assist participants with case management and assistance needs.
-Provide information and make referrals/provide linkages to other appropriate services.
-Comply with all funder service standards and contract requirements.
-Participate in case presentations, staff meetings, field visits and regular training.
-Input necessary data into client database program.
-Maintain complete and accurate case records on all participants.
-Maintain an up-to-date manual and computer central resource file.
-Submit work schedules and statistics in a timely manner as required.
-Keep supervisor abreast on an ongoing basis and in supervisory meetings of outstanding work priorities.
-Participate in community-building activities sponsored by program and agency and encourage participants to support these activities.
-Be available to work on either Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day, to be decided in consultation with the Director, as well as other holidays and special events as necessary.
-In the absence of the Case Manager, NORC staff will assume the responsibilities of the position.
-Perform other tasks as assigned.
Hudson Guild is an Equal Opportunity Employer.