Case Manager provides overall support in developing housing plans for a total of eight families moving out of homelessness. 

If you have a passion for helping others in your community and are looking for a new challenge in your career, we would love to chat with you! Helping Hands Shelter is looking for coworkers to join us who: 

  • Have experience working in human services
  • Align with our mission, vision, and values as a non-profit organization 
  • Love to work collaboratively with their team 
  • Are looking for a full-time role 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct assessment to identify families’ needs, strengths, and barriers 
  • Develop comprehensive housing plans indicating interventions necessary to obtain housing 
  • Establish and maintain weekly meetings to set client goals and implement strategies to meet goals 
  • Track and document progress on goals 
  • Maintain an organized and up-to-date record for each client according to agency and DHHS requirements 
  • Network with the community service providers and other partner agencies to locate necessary resources to assist families  
  • Assist in processing housing applications and lease agreements with landlords 
  • Participate in program meetings and training as scheduled 
  • Input client data into Homeless Management Information System using the Homeless (HMIS) database 
  • Other relevant duties as assigned 

Qualifications Required:

  • Bachelor's or Master’s Degree in the field of Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology or Related Field.
  • At least 2 years of work experience providing clinical or case management services to the homeless population or low-income persons, or to a population with mental health, substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders.
  • Licensed Professional. Minimum of three years of experience in social services or related field. 
  • Hands-on experience in the social and human services field dealing with diverse populations. 
  • Knowledge of principles, methods, and procedures of case management. 
  • Knowledge of principles, methods, and procedures in working with addiction and dual diagnosis populations. 
  • Must be capable to provide assistance with or refer to services for employment skills, housing location, vocational training, and/or financial counseling. 
  • Ability to negotiate and maintain positive relationships with co-workers and clients. 
  • Advocate for the homeless population. 
  • Must be able to successfully pass a background screening.

To Apply:

Send your Letter of Interest and your Resume to

Open until filled.