Case Manager , MON-FRI, 6:45AM-3:15PM
Pine Street Inn
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Post Date: Apr 27, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: - n/a -
Salary: 19.00 PER HOUR
Location: US - Massachusetts - BOSTON
Job Reference: 20-80
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SCHEDULE: 40 hours, Monday - Friday, 6:45 p.m.- 3:15 p.m.


The Case Manager will be responsible for the overall case management of the participants in the program at 8 Church Street. This program will follow the models of Housing First/Safe Haven. The Case Manager will use harm-reduction, trauma-informed approach and Motivational Interviewing techniques to create and maintain a respectful atmosphere that empowers very chronic, mentally ill participants to reach their highest level of functioning. Participants will be assessed for their actual level of functioning in various spheres upon entering the program, and assisted in individual plans to improve and enhance this level. The Case Manager is required to provide services to these individuals with the goals of housing stability and psychosocial rehabilitation; advocating for appropriate mental health services.

•Minimum of three (3) years prior work experience in a therapeutic setting, community residence or in an inpatient setting
•Experience as a mental health team member
•Familiarity with the concepts of psychosocial rehabilitation and consumer empowerment
•Experience conducting psychosocial assessments
•Experience with case management and implementing treatment plans
•Knowledge of treatments for chronic mental illness, including medications
•Previous experience working with dually diagnosed individuals
•Experience assisting people with ADL skills
•Experience working with other vendors and services within the public mental health system
•Previous experience moving homeless mentally participants into housing
•Ability to attend outside meetings
•Ability to respond to individuals in crisis
•Ability to climb several flights of stairs quickly and frequently
•Ability to accompany tenants to appointments
•Ability to assist certain individuals with ADL skills
•Ability to multi-task and set priorities
•Ability to tolerate stress and demonstrate patience

Associate’s Degree
•A valid Massachusetts Driver’s License in good standing