Housing Support Specialist
Family Service of Chester County is seeking applications for the position of Housing Support Specialist, in our ConnectPoints program. The ConnectPoints Program serves to assist individuals and families facing homelessness and housing insecurity, by conducting thorough assessment and providing connections to county resources to help clients achieve stability. ConnectPoints is a program within the larger county initiative of Decade to Doorways, a ten year plan to end homelessness in Chester County.
For the position of Housing Support Specialist we are seeking individuals who are energetic, motivated and driven. Ideal candidates would have a Bachelor’s in social work, psychology, sociology, human services or related field. Experience in case management, ability to fluently speak Spanish and/or detailed knowledge of Chester County resources are all a plus. This position requires that the individual have stable transportation to travel around the county when necessary. A competitive salary and benefits are offered.
Position will work as a member of a larger team. Primary responsibilities would include conducting in-depth assessments over the telephone with individuals facing homelessness and housing insecurity. This position would also offer assistance in helping the clients utilize services that would lead to self-sufficiency. Along with helping clients, the team member will be networking with a variety of agencies serving individuals in the county.
If interested, please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Family Service of Chester County is an equal opportunity employer.
HIV/AIDS Medical Case Manager with Supervisory Experience
Family Service of Chester County is seeking a qualified Medical Case Manager for Project ONE, our comprehensive HIV/AIDS program. Project ONE assists residents of Chester County with HIV/AIDS in obtaining medical care, counseling, mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, food and housing. Medical Case Managers visit Project ONE participants at home, over the and at our Family Service office locations.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Direct services to persons with HIV/AIDS from diverse backgrounds
- Outreach to those seeking assistance within the County with HIV/AIDS
- Supervision of small staff
- Bachelor’s degree in human service related field
- Case management experience
- Good communication and computer skills
- Must have valid drivers license and reliable transportation.
Candidates fluent in Spanish are encouraged to apply.
If interested, please email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Family Service of Chester County is an equal opportunity employer.
Family Service of Chester County has training affiliations with several area graduate schools and undergraduate social work programs, including Bryn Mawr College, Widener University, and West Chester University.
- Case management for child abuse prevention
- Nonprofit development (grants writing, fundraising, web writing)
For information and inquiries, please contact Meg Pope, Counseling Program Director, at 610-696-4900 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.