Case Manager (Work for Success)

Mirror

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Job Summary:

Under the supervision of the Work for Success Program Director, the Work
for Success Case Manager shall be responsible for case management
services provided to the clients served in the Mirror Work for Success
Program. The Case Manager shall operate in an ethical, professional
manner, and interact with others in such a fashion as to create and
maintain respect for the agency and the State of Kansas, Department for
Children and Families. They shall be intimately familiar with the
statement of work and the contractual provisions set forth in the
agreements with DCF. They shall act in accordance with the policies
determined by the Board of Directors and shall abide by all applicable
federal, state and local regulations. The duties of this position
include providing case management and referral services to participants
of the program to eliminate barriers to employment and ensure their
continuing success. The case manager will provide family enrichment
services to participants. The case manager facilitates educational
presentations on the following as needed: Personal and Professional
Development, Healthy Relationships, Parenting and Family Enrichment,
family violence prevention training, portfolio development & resume
writing, interview techniques training, completing employment
applications, job fairs, and other placement resources.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1. The case manager facilitates educational presentations on the
following as needed: Personal and Professional Development, Healthy
Relationships, Parenting and Family Enrichment, family violence
prevention training, portfolio development & resume writing, interview
techniques training, completing employment applications, job fairs, and
other placement resources.

2. Provides case management and referral services for program
participants in the following basis areas of human need as required:
employment, vocational training, continued education or GED testing,
community resources, legal assistance, housing, family enrichment,
family violence, and other client needs.

3. Meets with clients at least once a week to follow up with life plans
and goals.

4. Tracks and collects pertinent data for grants; and, reports and
completes all required reports and summaries in a timely manner for the
Program Director.

5. Works within the program team to deliver programs which align with
outcome objectives designed to foster employment, ensures retention, and
enhances the family.

6. Works collaboratively within the team to plan and lead effective,
dynamic training.

7. Participates in recruitment, orientation, training, and smooth
transition into coaching for all participants.

8. Attends all trainings required by Mirror and the granter including
webinars and quarterly meetings.

9. Provides individual sessions with program participants and assist
them in the identification and resolution of problems, behaviors or
cognition, which prevents them from completing the training, and finding
and retaining employment or fostering family effectiveness.

10. Make employer contacts, promote the program and participants by
attending job fairs, and calling employers who are hiring.

11. Maintain grant related paperwork, and reporting outcomes

12. Facilitate and make appropriate program participant referrals to
community-based services related to their personal needs consistent with
Mirror policy and guidance from the grantor.

13. Perform other job responsibilities as assigned by the Mirror Work
for Success Program Director or members of the Mirror Management Team.

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