Gateway Domestic Violence Services is looking for an experienced house manager to work on the South Residential Team. This position works Monday through Friday and must be available for weekend back-up on a rotating basis.
General Statement of Duties:
This position requires working in a shelter environment with victims of domestic violence. As the house manager, you will be responsible for the maintenance of the shelter and grounds, menu planning, grocery and supply shopping, the coordination of donations, the facilitation of weekly house management meetings, and the completion of statistical data. Additional responsibilities include providing advocacy and follow-up services as needed to clients; act as a liaison between local agencies and clients; provide intake and termination services; maintain client files, including standard forms and progress notes; and attend weekly team meetings. You must maintain a high level of confidentiality, and work to ensure that proper safety precautions and security procedures are followed within the shelter. Provide speaking engagements in the community and at Gateway’s Volunteer Training.
Education: B.A. degree or equivalent work experience in related field. Bilingual in Spanish is preferred, but not required.
Experience: Minimum of one-year experience in recent similar position and responsibility. Two years of experience working with adults and children in crisis. Must have the ability to shop for a large group of people and a working knowledge of budgeting. Must be organized, efficient, and be able to work in an intense environment.
Open until position is filled
Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Gateway Domestic Violence Services is looking for an experienced case manager/ counselor to work on the south residential team. This position works Wednesday and Saturday.
General Statement of Duties:
Provide counseling /case management services to adults and children living at the Extended Stay Program. These services will include; conduct interviews, intake services, individual, group, and family counseling, parenting education for mothers, crisis intervention, advocacy, referrals, and development of community resources. Provide advocacy and follow up services as needed; may act as liaison between local agencies and clients; completes child abuse reports when necessary in a timely manner according to mandatory laws. Provide termination services. Maintains client files, including standard forms and progress notes; records all client contact; prepares statistical tallies on a monthly basis. Counselor/case manager maintains confidentiality within their team and within the requirements of the law. Attend weekly team meetings. Work to insure that proper safety precautions and security procedures are followed within the shelter. Provide speaking engagements in the community and at Gateway’s volunteer training.
Requirements: Experience in domestic violence services, case management and counseling with BS in related field preferred.