Case Manager for Non-Profit Organization

San Juan, Texas
Community, Social Services & Non-profit (Community and Social Service Occupations)
Job Type
Working Hours
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
US$ 11.00 - US$ 12.00 per hour
Ref. Number
Loredo,Maria, Spherion
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Job Description

Case Manager will work for an emergency housing grant department for a non-profit organization. The main responsibility will be to input data in computer and to prepare monthly reports.Case manager must also be knowledgeable and ready to do the complete emergency services grant process to help a client. The case manager will be able to screen and identify eligible households by an application process for the available program; will know how to provide services through detailed case management in order to identify and address needs, establish attainable goals and short-term tasks for clients, and ultimately to move the household towards a measurable outcome of self- sufficiency and independence. The case manager will also know how to do timely scheduling of case reviews, and/or case inspections. The case manager will perform all duties necessary in delivering services to the public including answering the telephone, faxing and making copies, and maintaining a clean reception area.
Volume of work may increase at peak seasons and will require that the work schedule accommodates for increase in work load and/or plans and procedures for ongoing changes and/or updates, funding related issues and/or compliance measures, as needed.

* Establish, and maintain a positive and professional working relationship with all clients.
* Performs all duties as assigned and instructed by immediate supervisor and/or Executive Director.
* Must maintain an active caseload, or as funds permit.
* Be knowledgeable and comply with all departmental policies and procedures, meet specified federal program compliance requirements successfully, and maintain a 10% margin of error or less in all daily case determinations.
* Promote a positive image of the Agency and maintain a high level of professionalism and moral character at all times.
* Will enter data into the client track software
* Must adhere to assigned time lines for appointment scheduling per client and reporting purposes.
* Must reschedule respective client appointments in due case of absence.
* Will be responsible for the timely scheduling of Appeal Hearings, case reviews, and/or case inspections.
* Must attend all in-house, instructional training's and/or out of town training's as assigned.
* Identify and respond to community needs.
* Will develop and maintain a cooperative network of organizations for the purpose of client recruitment, referral pool for services, and/or in response to community awareness.
* Must follow-up and report on outcomes of referrals that were made to agencies.
* Assist in the development of resources to meet anticipated demands.
* Provide information to the general public as instructed.
* Will be responsible for maintaining a well organized filing system for his/her personal desk area and assist with the general office/clerical requirements.
* Type forms, correspondence, and other material as generated for department purposes; proofreads all work for accuracy and neatness.
* Prepare and complete accurate, case files, data entry, and weekly reports.

Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

-Must have working knowledge of business English, Spelling, and Arithmetic; office practices and procedures; departmental rules and regulations.
-Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions and to request clarification when needed.
-Must demonstrate sound organizational skills.
-Must be a self-starter, people oriented, and be able to follow instructions.
-Employee may be assigned to other duties, or work areas, in addition to those listed; duties may change according to the changing needs and public demand of the service area.


1-4 years

* Bachelor?s Degree and one (1) year experience in full time casework, including ora

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