Under the direct supervision of the Supervising Case Manager, the Case Manager will be responsible for the coordination and monitoring of a variety of services to meet the often complex and competing needs of homeless Veterans and their families. This includes developing and implementing client-defined, goal-oriented service plans, assessing the needs of referred households, providing support and education and utilizing VA and community resources. The Case Manager will work closely with all SSVF staff to efficiently coordinate referrals and identify access to services.
Bachelor's Degree in social services or related discipline. Minimum of 3 years experience in case management or equivalent position with experience working with veterans and/or other homeless populations preferred. Ability to successfully pass fingerprint and criminal investigation screening. Must have valid driver's license and meet insurance guidelines established by the Corporation. Ability to have a TB test and health screening. Knowledge of programs criteria and applicable community resources. Demonstrated ability to apply independent judgment in critical situations involving Veterans and their families.
Natasha Glynn, CTR
Work For Warriors
Phone: (916) 854-1363