Compliance Specialist

InVision Human Services is an innovative, non-profit human services organization providing customized supports for people with challenging disabilities. We are seeking an organized, dynamic leader to serve as Compliance Specialist in our Comprehensive Living and Signals Therapeutic residential programs in Western Pennsylvania.

Position Overview:

  • Conducts regular monitoring and auditing to ensure the residential program’s compliance with federal, state and local regulations for areas including but not limited to physical site, health and safety, financial, staff qualifications, provider monitoring and training. Reviews all documentation to assess the quality of care, adherence to company’s mission and philosophy, and utilization of best practices. Acts as point person within the statewide Incident Management system for incident management for identified caseload and ensures all investigations are completed per the standards established by internal and external guidelines. Acts as a certified investigator and completes investigations within regulatory guidelines and timeframes.
  • Implements systems of audits and/or site inspections to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, monitoring standards, and relevant statutes.
  • Conducts Licensing Instrument Inspections as scheduled and in accordance with regulation established timeframes.
  • Inspects residential sites to ensure the health and safety of the persons supported and staff as well as compliance with all regulations, monitoring standards.
  • Manages incidents within the statewide incident management system from the initial report through the closure of the incident; to include conducting investigations when assigned, external reporting as needed, documentation of the completion of necessary follow up and coordinate corrective actions with the program specialist.
  • Manages the inventories of both the belongings of the persons supported and company property for assigned caseload to ensure accuracy and prevent loss.
  • Oversees the documentation of the personal funds of the people supported within their assigned caseload to ensure proper financial management and compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree and two years’ experience working in residential programs governed by regulations within the Department of Human Services; Associates Degree and four years’ experience working in residential programs governed by regulations within the Department of Human Services; High School diploma and 6 years’ experience working in residential programs governed by regulations within the Department of Human Services. Working knowledge of the Chapter 6400 regulations preferred.

Other Requirements:

  • Moderate local travel.
  • Staff hired will be at least twenty-one years of age and will have received Acts 33 and Criminal clearances. All staff will be routinely screened for exclusion from participation in Federal Health Care Programs.
  • Valid driver’s license and current vehicle insurance and access to a vehicle.
  • Maintain training compliance as defined in all pertinent regulations.
  • Ability to comprehend access and utilize electronic medium and various computer programs.
  • Ability to effectively present information, write reports and respond to questions from clients, families and staff.
  • Ability to comprehend and apply basic mathematical concepts.

EEO Employer

Summer Food Program Site Expansion Intern

The Summer Food Program Site Expansion Intern will assist the Child Nutrition Outreach Coordinator in starting new Summer Food Program sites in the areas identified as highest need in Allegheny County from GIS map analysis.   This internship will be approximately 24 hours per week from January 2019 through April 2019.  Interns who successfully complete the internship will be awarded a stipend.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Site Expansion

  • Explore targeted areas of Allegheny County, both electronically and on the ground, to determine potential targets to help start a new Summer Food Program site there

External Partnerships

  • Maintain strong partnering relationships and communication with potential Summer Food sites
  • Be a good ambassador for the Summer Food Program and the Food Bank in the community

Program Competency

  • Stay current on research and best practices regarding Summer Food Program participation and programming at sites
  • Work towards benchmarks of number of new sites started
  • Consolidate presentation of data for grant applications and reports
  • Report to and meet with the Child Nutrition Outreach Coordinator at least once per week
  • Additional responsibilities as determined by the Child Nutrition Outreach Coordinator

Qualifications:

  • Must possess Bachelors’ degree or currently be obtaining one
  • Excellent writing and public speaking skills
  • Proven ability to successfully handle multiple projects and meet critical deadlines
  • Strong analytical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Great attention to detail with an emphasis on accuracy and task completion
  • Results-oriented and the ability to take initiative
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Commitment to working with people from diverse social and ethnic backgrounds
  • Willingness to adapt and adjust programs in the midst of change
  • High quality customer service skills (exhibit objectivity, calmness, persistence, and helpfulness)
  • Excellent computer skills required
  • Available to work 3 days per week from January – April.
  • Automobile and valid Pennsylvania Driver’s license are required.  This position requires traveling throughout Allegheny County

Certificates: Act 33 & 34 Clearances, FBI Clearances

How to Apply:  Go to  https://cssgpfb.sentrichr.com/?requisition=103  click apply, create a login, fill out our online application and attach resume and cover letter.

Summer Food Program Intern / Volunteer Recruiter

The Summer Food Program (SFP) Intern/Volunteer Recruiter will be the primary person responsible for recruiting interns and volunteers based out of the Northside and/or Clairton for demonstration projects that provide activities for kids at Summer Food Program sites modeled after past demonstration projects.  This has been a need identified by the Allegheny County Summer Food Committee to focus on in 2019.  Additionally, the Recruiter will find high schools and colleges in the area that require service components, and research other avenues to recruit interns and volunteers for the SFP. This internship will be approximately 20 hours per week from January 2019 through May 2019.  Interns who successfully complete the internship will be awarded a stipend.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Supervision

  • Recruit a target number of interns and volunteers to provide programming at SFP sites
  • Establish and maintain a positive, collaborative, and productive work culture
  • Facilitate a culture of learning among the volunteers
  • Meet and report to the Child Nutrition Outreach Coordinator at least once per week

External Partnerships

  • Initiate and maintain strong partnering relationships and communication with the Summer Food sites who participate in hosting the volunteers at their sites, as well as with the institutions providing the interns and volunteers

Program Implementation and Evaluation

  • Provide vision and direction to the work of recruitment
  • Find new ways and new places to recruit interns and volunteers
  • Stay current on research and best practices regarding Summer Food Program participation and programming at sites
  • Work towards benchmarks of interns/volunteers recruited and number of intern/volunteer hours
  • Consolidate presentation of data for grant applications and reports
  • Additional responsibilities as determined by the Child Nutrition Outreach Coordinator

Outreach

  • Provide marketing and outreach assistance in Allegheny County to increase participation in the SFP in May

Qualifications:

  • Must possess Bachelors’ degree or currently be obtaining one
  • Excellent writing and public speaking skills
  • Proven ability to successfully handle multiple projects and meet critical deadlines
  • Strong analytical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Great attention to detail with an emphasis on accuracy and task completion
  • Results-oriented and the ability to take initiative
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Commitment to working with people from diverse social and ethnic backgrounds
  • Willingness to adapt and adjust programs in the midst of change
  • High quality customer service skills (exhibit objectivity, calmness, persistence, and helpfulness)
  • Excellent computer skills required
  • Available to work at least 20 hours per week from January – May.
  • Automobile and valid Pennsylvania Driver’s license are required.  This position requires traveling throughout Allegheny County

Certificates: Act 33 & 34 Clearances, FBI Clearances

How to Apply:  Go to  https://cssgpfb.sentrichr.com/?requisition=104  click apply, create a login, fill out our online application and attach resume and cover letter.

Therapist – Homebuilders Program

Help Us Change Lives: Auberle Seeks a Therapist for Homebuilders® Program

Auberle is a nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves thousands of children and families each year. For more than 60 years we have helped troubled children and their families heal themselves. Auberle is a dynamic agency dedicated to delivering excellent care to children, families and the community that is rooted in trauma-informed practices.
Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. We know that we deliver impact to our region because we measure everything that we do. We offer 16 programs to at-risk children and families. We are seeking an effective leader to fill an immediate need for a Therapist of our Homebuilders® Program.

Homebuilders® is a research based model designed to assist families in a time of crisis. They are at imminent risk of having one or more of their children removed or not returned to them because of a serious issue within the family system. The Therapist provides Intensive Family Preservation Services using the Homebuilders® model, including crisis intervention, counseling, skill building, concrete services, and advocacy. Serve two to three families at a time whose children are at imminent risk of out-of-home placement, or who are in placement and cannot be reunified without intensive in-home services. Provide services primarily in client homes. Be available to respond to client crises when they occur.

This position requires a Graduate Degree in Human Services or related field or undergraduate degree and 2 years supervisory experience working with children and families. A very flexible schedule, valid driver’s license and vehicle are mandatory. Must be 21 years of age or older and required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required.

Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated – passionate about youth and interested in making a difference – be sure to apply on the Auberle website, www.auberle.org.

EOE

Employment Institute Intern

TITLE: Employment Institute Intern
ACCOUNTABILITY: Project Manager, Employment Institute
PROGRAM AREA: Employment Institute

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:           

  • ACT 33/34 and FBI Clearances
  • 21 years of age or older

Auberle’s Employment Institute is currently seeking an Intern to assist in the implementation and program delivery of the department’s newest initiative in partnership with the Buhl Foundation through the One North Side Initiative. Auberle currently serves over 4,000 individuals on an annual basis through 21 program areas. One of these program areas is the Employment Institute, the agency’s workforce development program focused on placing any individual experiencing a barrier to employment on a path to a self-sustaining career. The goal of the Buhl Project is to place 60 unemployed or underemployed residents of Pittsburgh’s North Side on the path to career track employment with many of the North Side’s major employers.

The Intern assigned to the project will be expected to assist in the designing/execution of programming, design mental toughness/work readiness programs for prominent businesses in area looking to hire program participants, maintain/establish relationships with potential/already connected employers, maintain contact and outreach to community members about opportunities, and help to achieve client’s goals by carrying a caseload. The Intern must be able to find innovative ways to work with community members, be unbiased and flexible with community partners, and bring original ideas to help expand the North Side initiative. Schedule of intern can be flexible coinciding with classes. The location for the internship is on Pittsburgh’s North Side at CoLab18 which is located in Nova Place (100 S Commons, Pittsburgh, 15212).

If you are interested, please send resume to Ashley Pesi, Project Manager, at ashleyp@auberle.org. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Ashley at 412-673-5856 ext 1328.

Program Manager, Drug and Alcohol Services

We are seeking an experienced Drug and Alcohol Services Program Manager who is highly skilled and knowledgeable in the drug and alcohol services field. Incumbent will work collaboratively with colleagues within the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH), other program and support offices of the Allegheny County Department of Human Services (ACDHS), and external partners. The Program Manager will be primarily responsible for the successful design, development, implementation and management of specific drug and alcohol related initiatives, working under the supervision of the Assistant Deputy Director for Drug and Alcohol Services. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Actively promoting collaboration and coordination with other DHS services, other county offices or human/social service entities, which serve or may potentially serve individuals participating in D&A services (e.g., vocational rehabilitation, education, child protective services, the mental health services system, criminal justice system, the courts, etc.).
  • Prioritizing and accomplishing established goals of the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services in alignment with the priorities of the Office of Behavioral Health and ACDHS.
  • Serving as a liaison with contracted service providers and other departments within DHS concerned with D&A issues. Providing planning support and analyses; conducting reviews and making recommendations to the Assistant Deputy Director or Deputy Director on programs, internal DHS projects and services; and working with providers to ensure public funds are contracted and expended appropriately and efficiently to achieve the desired outcomes for the benefit of consumers and their families.
  • Participating in the planning of interventions; managing the implementation and ongoing operations of programs being led by the Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services.
  • Assisting in the evaluation of existing interventions and programs related to the drug and alcohol (D&A) population.
  • Analyzing gaps in services, performance and service delivery approach.
  • Serving as the day-to-day contact person on pilot projects and programs being implemented across the D&A/human service system that are tasked to the Bureau.
  • Outlining and writing plans/reports that align with the goals of approved initiatives.
  • Organizing the analyses of program and system processes and outcomes.
  • Supporting the development and implementation of quality improvement strategies of contracted services; identifying, building and launching the implementation of quality programming for justice-involved persons.
  • Researching best practices and gathering data to develop well-informed strategic recommendations.
  • Managing all key project tasks including tracking progress, monitoring efforts, managing changes to project scope, measuring performance and reporting status updates to management and stakeholders for decision-making.
  • Convening and leading meetings to discuss cross-system work and projects with partner agencies.
  • Identifying opportunities for program development aimed at better serving the constituents of Allegheny County.
  • Implementing projects at the direction of the Assistant Deputy Director and Administrator.

Master’s degree/Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in human services or a related field, plus 5/10 or more years of experience in the drug and alcohol services field, including knowledge and direct experience across the continuum of service delivery, (i.e., treatment, prevention, intervention, case management, and recovery support).  Prior experience in providing drug and alcohol treatment services, specifically within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, knowledge of regulatory, state and applicable federal mandates and working knowledge of the system and/or experience working with persons with co-occurring disorders is preferred.

Candidate should have the determination to consistently advocate for the mission of the ACDHS and be knowledgeable in the principles and practices of drug and alcohol program planning and development. This role also requires advanced computer skills (ex: extracting data from a variety of sources, aggregating data, analyzing data, etc.), a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PPT, etc.), and the capacity to design and conduct presentations of data to stakeholder groups within and external to OBH. Strong project management skills, including the ability to implement and monitor the progress of such projects as well as the ability to analyze data and information from various sources to form and substantiate recommendations for action is highly desired.

Additionally, excellent interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to clearly communicate both written and orally with and for diverse audiences, as well as the ability to interact professionally with County and provider staff, consumers and the general public are all important to the success of this position. Also key to this role, is the aptitude to function with flexibility and perceive services and needs with a global view while working at a high level of independence with minimal supervision. Due to the nature of this position, Candidate should be able to sit at a computer for long periods (2 plus hours) and traverse the building carrying up to 20 pounds (files, books, etc.). Valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle are required to navigate in the community for work-related assignments.

Salary range: $57,000-$62,000 per year plus comprehensive benefits package.

Interested candidates should complete an application and submit a resume and cover letter online at:

Website: http://www.greatlakesresearch.com
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After School Club Program Coordinator

Organization Overview: ARYSE supports immigrant and refugee youth in becoming prepared, engaged, and confident members of American society. Through individualized mentoring, out-of-school time programming and advocacy, ARYSE helps refugee and immigrant youth to take their place as leaders within their community and our world.

After School Club Description: The After School Club is a project organized by Alliance for Refugee Youth Support and Education and JFCS Immigrant and Refugee Services. The program takes place at the Open Door Church in Crafton Heights. The purpose of the program is to provide a safe and fun space for refugee youth in Kindergarten through 8th grade living in Crafton Heights to receive homework help, tutoring, mentoring, and enrichment.

Job Description: The program coordinator’s role is to oversee and help plan program activities, support volunteers and students during the program, to ensure safety of all youth enrolled in the program, and to work with ARYSE and JFCS staff to document the impact the program has on participants.

Critical Details:

  • Start date: Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019
  • End date: Thursday, May 30th, 2019
  • Every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00pm-6:00pm
    The program aligns with Pittsburgh Public Schools’ schedule, including snow days and early dismissals

Program Activities:

  • 3:00-3:15pm: Program coordinator arrives for setup
  • 3:45pm: Most volunteers arrive and receive their assignments from the program coordinator.
  • 4:00pm-5:00pm: students arrive, are given snacks, separated into classrooms by age group to do team building activities and work on homework, receive tutoring help, and/or participate in group or one-on-one mentoring activities facilitated by volunteers.
  • 5:00pm-5:45pm: students who have completed homework participate in games, sports, creative, and/or other enrichment programming led by mentors or guest speakers.
  • 5:45pm-6:00pm: Prepare and exit for dismissal

Job Duties and Expectations:

  • On-site supervision and organizing of volunteers (6 hours/week)
  • Off-site preparation for program sessions (2 hours/week)
  • Facilitates homework help/tutoring sessions and enrichment activities
  • Coordinates with ARYSE and JFCS staff to acquire materials for activities
  • Tracking attendance and enrollment of youth participants
  • Coordinates with ARYSE and/or JFCS staff to provide language access services (interpretation and translation) as needed
  • Collects and delivers any necessary permission forms and contact information and immediately informs ARYSE of any changes
  • Facilitates activities and structure of program
  • Manages classroom/group behavior while promoting a positive learning environment
  • Maintains professional interaction with volunteers, students, on-site contacts, parents, and other points of contact related to the program
  • Adapts to unplanned events or unexpected changes quickly and professionally
  • Maintains a clean environment and performs any necessary setup and cleanup related to the program
  • Tracks and reports hours worked using required forms

Job Qualifications:

  • Enthusiasm to cultivating a safe and positive space for youth
  • Prior experience as an educator, especially in a camp or after school setting
  • Willingness to take ownership of responsibilities as well as a willingness to share decision-making power with others, particularly youth participants
  • Creative and skillful in problem solving
  • Strong desire to learn and share knowledge
  • Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent experience in an educational setting
  • Comfortability working with a diverse group of youth and families
  • Cultural empathy and open-mindedness
  • Commitment to anti-oppression and racial equity work
  • Familiarity with trauma-informed and alternative discipline practices, e.g. restorative practices
  • Must be able to adapt to flexible work hours and environment with evolving program priorities
  • Driver’s license and access to a car (preferred)
  • Must have PA Act 33/34 Clearances, FBI Fingerprint Background Check (mandatory)
  • Mandated Reporter Training, Adult, Child and Baby First Aid/CPR/AED Online Training (preferred)

Project Manager (F/T)

Summary:

Following the attack at Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha, Dor Hadash, and New Light on October 27th, JFCS committed to providing therapeutic support for all those impacted by the tragedy. We are expanding our team to meet the needs of victims, victims’ families, witnesses and community members in need of support.

JFCS (jfcspgh.org) is looking for a Project Manager to coordinate the community mental health crisis response by liaising with experts and community stakeholders, arranging support groups for multiple segments of the community, implementing enhanced training and accreditation for therapeutic staff and integrating victim’s needs into comprehensive and holistic program offerings. Responsibilities are evolving as we learn how best to provide support in an ever changing environment.

About JFCS:

Founded 81 years ago, JFCS was voted one of Pittsburgh’s best places to work for 10 years running. We are committed to helping people of all ages and backgrounds through life’s changes and challenges. We do this by providing comprehensive, innovative and compassionate social service programs for everyone who walks through our door and throughout the Greater Pittsburgh region.

Responsibilities:

  • Service Coordination: Develop programming scope and objectives.  Work with service providers to ensure that all services are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget. Manage changes in program scope, schedule and costs as needed.
  • Partnership Coordination: Manage relationships and communication with a wide variety of stakeholders, funders and collaborators in the community.
  • Community Assessment: Maintain an understanding of the evolving therapeutic needs of the community and adapt programming as needed.
  • Grant Oversight: Manage and report state and federal grant activities related to victims of violent crimes. Develop a detailed project plan to track progress and measure project outcomes using appropriate systems, tools and techniques. Maintain comprehensive project documentation.

Requirements:

  • +5 years program management experience
  • Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking skills
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Critical Thinker
  • Theoretical and practical project management knowledge
  • Experience in crisis management, nonprofit sector or background in social work – a plus

Application:

Please email cover letter and resume to jobs@jfcspgh.org with “Project Manager” in the subject line.

JFCS Pittsburgh is an EOE non-sectarian, non-profit human service agency providing social service, employment and psychological services to help people through lifecycle transitions and crises. Visit jfcspgh.org to learn more.

Psychotherapist (F/T)

Summary:

Following the attack at Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha, Dor Hadash, and New Light on October 27th, JFCS committed to providing therapeutic support for all those impacted by the tragedy. We are expanding our team to meet the needs of victims, victims’ families, witnesses and community members in need of support.

JFCS (jfcspgh.org) is looking for a psychotherapist to provide adult, child, family and group counseling, with a focus on trauma-related disorders. The position would involve providing psychotherapy, completing intake evaluations and treatment plans, assisting in the development of specialized training and staff development activities, and participating in case reviews and any department research activities.

About JFCS:

Founded 81 years ago, JFCS was voted one of Pittsburgh’s best places to work for 10 years running. We are committed to helping people of all ages and backgrounds through life’s changes and challenges. We do this by providing comprehensive, innovative and compassionate social service programs for everyone who walks through our door and throughout the Greater Pittsburgh region.

Responsibilities:

Counseling

  • Undertakes child, adult, family and group counseling cases.
  • Conducts intake evaluations for all assigned referrals, including administrative and interpreting diagnostic assessments that assist in formulating an appropriate diagnosis.
  • Participates and presents cases for review and discussion with the clinic psychiatrist and/or other professional staff of the counseling department.
  • Schedules and coordinates client referrals as warranted by individual client needs.

Training and Consultation

  • Participates in the development of training seminars, workshops and tele-conferences for presentation to JFCS staff and other mental health professionals.
  • Provides ongoing and specialized consultation, training and skill development activities for service providers as requested.
  • Participates in training and development activities including those which would result in increased responsiveness to the clients served and/or increased cultural awareness and those suggested in supervision.
  • Represents JFCS at professional meetings and conferences as assigned.

Administration

  • Assists in the design and implementation of Counseling Department outcome assessment initiatives.
  • Provides written progress notes for all client interactions.
  • Provide documentation of treatment plans and treatment plan reviews, in accordance with the JFCS policy.
  • Completes timesheets on a daily basis.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or Master’s degree in related field
  • Must be licensed by the Commonwealth of PA
  • Experience in a clinical setting treating children, adults and families for trauma-related disorders – preferred
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally at all levels with co-workers, family members, supervisors and other service providers
  • Must have cultural sensitivity to the populations served by the agency

Application:

Please email cover letter and resume to jobs@jfcspgh.org with “Psychotherapist” in the subject line.

JFCS Pittsburgh is an EOE non-sectarian, non-profit human service agency providing social service, employment and psychological services to help people through lifecycle transitions and crises. Visit jfcspgh.org to learn more.

Critical Needs Coordinator (F/T)

Summary:

Following the attack at Tree of Life*Or L’Simcha, Dor Hadash, and New Light on October 27th, JFCS committed to providing therapeutic support for all those impacted by the tragedy. We are expanding our team to meet the needs of victims, victims’ families, witnesses and community members in need of support.

JFCS (jfcspgh.org) is looking for a Critical Needs Coordinator to assist victims and others affected by the Tree of Life tragedy. This includes identifying individuals and families in need of services, assessing needs in multiple areas of functioning, such as, psychological, vocational, housing, educational, and social.  In addition the coordinator will help victims access available services and coordinate the provision of services between various providers.

About JFCS:

Founded 81 years ago, JFCS was voted one of Pittsburgh’s best places to work for 10 years running. We are committed to helping people of all ages and backgrounds through life’s changes and challenges. We do this by providing comprehensive, innovative and compassionate social service programs for everyone who walks through our door and throughout the Greater Pittsburgh region.

Responsibilities:

Community Outreach:

  • Identify individuals and families who may be in need through collaborative work with community organizations
  • Assess the concerns of individuals and families through outreach efforts, telephone interviewing and home visits

Individualized Support:

  • Respond to the needs of families through the provision of coordination, referral, and support services
  • Develop individual and family plans of action
  • Document progress of clients toward addressing needs
  • Meet regularly with clients in office, home and community settings to address needs and progress

Resource Management:

  • Link clients to appropriate services at JFCS and other service providers
  • Work with other service providers to ensure all necessary services are being offered
  • Attend inter-agency meetings on the client’s behalf

Internal Coordination:

  • Keep appropriate records to document needs, progress, and outcomes
  • Attend staff meetings and other meetings as needed
  • Develop and maintain outcome measure that indicates success rate
  • Participate in training and development activities including those which would result in increased responsiveness to the clients served and/or increased cultural awareness and those suggested in supervision

Complete other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications:

  • MSW, licensed in the State of Pennsylvania (LSW or LCSW)
  • Three years’ experience providing case management services
  • Background in mental health services is preferred
  • Must understand how the network of social service systems functions (e.g. childcare, health care, transportation, etc.) and be able to help families successfully navigate these systems
  • Demonstrated interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Cultural sensitivity to the populations served by JFCS

Application:

Please email cover letter and resume to jobs@jfcspgh.org with “Critical Needs Coordinator” in the subject line.

JFCS Pittsburgh is an EOE non-sectarian, non-profit human service agency providing social service, employment and psychological services to help people through lifecycle transitions and crises. Visit jfcspgh.org to learn more.