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Case Manager

Seeds of Faith, Inc

Seeds of Faith - Lydia's House of Hope

Seeds of Faith is the parent company for Lydia's House of Hope and has been helping the homeless, the hungry and those in need since 2002. Lydia's House of Hope is a 365-day transitional services training program for homeless women and children. 


The Case Manager candidate should be comfortable with multitasking in a fast-paced environment. The candidate should be well-rounded with good boundaries and have a minimum of 4-5 years experience working with a caseload of families that have come out of homelessness and/or poverty situations. The Case Manager should be able to take initiative, work independently as well as be a team player.

Treating each family with dignity and respect, the Case Manager will do intake assessments and interviews with potential residents, meet with residents routinely to discuss their progress or address any unmet needs, and then connect residents with needed resources and/or social services. Regular follow up with residents is critical to this position and the health and well-being of the families.

Responsibilities:

Case Manager Duties:

  • Develops positive and productive relationships with families served.
  • Maintains professional and ethical behavior toward persons served.
  • Maintains confidentiality of persons served.
  • Provides services in accordance with agency policies and procedures.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of issues faced by those who experience poverty and homelessness.
  • Develops comprehensive living and educational plans with persons served.
  • Demonstrates the ability to lead individuals through the understanding of generational poverty and ensures that the plan of self-sufficiency incorporates a comprehensive plan to those we serve.
  • Maintains a caseload of residents, as assigned by the Executive Director.
  • Conducts an initial baseline assessment and ongoing assessment to determine individual needs.
  • Develops a comprehensive self-sufficiency plan based on the individuals needs - addressing: parenting, health, social, financial, family, housing, educational, job skills and other.
  • Assures access to services outlined in the plan through documented contact with referral sources, in house and outside services and documented
  • Works directly with service providers, coordinates services and avoids duplication of services.
  • Monitors and documents progress toward established goals.
  • Assists in reviewing the resident's plan of goals and meets with resident weekly
  • Completes departure plan and determines the need for and referral to sustainable living.
  • Develops positive and productive relationships with families served.
  • Maintains professional and ethical behavior toward persons served.
  • Maintains confidentiality of persons served.
  • Provides services in accordance with agency policies and procedures.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of issues faced by those who experience poverty and homelessness.
  • Develops comprehensive living and educational plans with persons served.
  • Demonstrates the ability to lead individuals through the understanding of generational poverty and ensures that the plan of self-sufficiency incorporates a comprehensive plan to those we serve.
  • Conduct thorough follow-up with each resident on a regular basis to ensure immediate needs are met, schedules are followed, programs are attended, and to determine if additional services are needed.

The hours for this full-time position are Monday-Friday, 8-4pm

How to Apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to: Lydia's House of Hope at admin@seedsoffaithnh.org.

Job Location:

Somersworth

Date Added: November 20, 2017

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