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WE ARE HIRING!

Do you want to empower at-risk families  who are experiencing homelessness? 

  Then check us out!

Emergency Shelter Case Manager

As a Shelter Case Manager, you will coordinate case management services for eligible shelter diversion families who have been referred by the Central Assess Point Line; assist the client in developing an individual action case management plan which will result in personal and family stabilization, gaining knowledge and accessibility to community resources, obtaining referrals for job training, employment, income assistance and relocation to permanent, affordable housing; provide follow-up services as required by Shelter Diversion program for families who move to permanent housing.

You must have a Bachelor’s degree in social work related field; 2- 5 years’ experience working with homeless or low-income populations; Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation; Able to meet BHS vehicle insurance requirements; License to practice social work in Ohio is a plus; or if unlicensed must be willing to sit for license within 6 months of employment.

 

Housing Case Manager

As a  Housing Case Manager, you will coordinate case management services for assigned cases identified by the Coordinated Assessment system to the Rapid Re-housing Program (RRH). You will assist the client in developing an individual action case management plan which will result in personal and family stabilization, gaining knowledge and accessibility to community resources, obtaining referrals for job training, employment, income assistance and relocation to permanent, affordable housing. You will also provide follow-up services as required by RRH for families who move to permanent housing.

You must have a Bachelor’s degree in social work related field; 2- 5 years’ experience working with homeless or low-income populations; Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation; Able to meet BHS vehicle insurance requirements; License to practice social work in Ohio is a plus; or if unlicensed must be willing to sit for license within 6 months of employment.

Part Time Grant Assistant

As a Part Time Grant Assistant, you will support the Grant Coordinator. You will work across agency departments to coordinate, compile and update programmatic data; assist with data collection and data entry; conduct research and work with staff to gather client, organizational and industry statistics for use in grants and collaborate with program staff to assist with development of Continuous Quality Improvement protocols for all departments. More specifically, you will coordinate internally with staff to assemble program and financial data for grant applications and reports; assist with the generation of data reports for grants; maintain files of proposals, reports, and stewardship materials; maintain the grant office – file grant proposals, applications, research, etc.; assist in the preparation of grant proposals; assist in preparing grant reports for Executive Director and Board of Directors as needed.

You must be working towards a Bachelor’s degree, a minimum of 1-2 years’ work experience in a related field; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong proofreading and editing skills; Experience with Statistical package desired (i.e. SPSS); Experience with VESTA is a plus; Experience with Microsoft Suite including Excel and Access; Raiser’s Edge is a plus; and impeccable attention to detail.

In addition, you must have a valid driver’s license and ability to meet BHS vehicle insurance requirements and be able to complete a criminal background check and drug test.

CONTACT:  Mary Bennett Brown, Human Resources Directorfor more information about this position.  513-557-2404 or email mbrown@bhsinc.org

 

Welcome to Bethany House Services!

BHS_Logo_110hIt starts with one step.
Families come to Bethany House from many different paths, life experiences and circumstances.

No matter the twists and turns life has thrown at them, they come to Bethany House seeking the same thing, a place to find rest and restoration. That’s what we provide: care and comfort, community and support, encouragement and inspiration, each leading them one step closer to a home of their own.

Our Vision:

To live in a community where all families have a place to call home, and no one spends a night without shelter.

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