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FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY SPECIALIST

Northeast MN | Full Time

Job Description
Assess the financial, medical, and social services needs of a diverse group of households from various economic, social, and cultural backgrounds who are experiencing an assortment of hardship and adversity. Obtain, substantiate, evaluate, and verify clientele information for multiple public assistance programs. Advise clientele of the advantages and disadvantages of programs. Must be skillful at developing and working with multi-disciplinary teams, families and general public. Exercise independent judgment, exercise strong oral and written communication skills, work positively in a team environment, function constructively during conflict resolution and be positive and proactive when problem solving. Other duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associates Degree from an accredited institution, with emphasis in behavioral science, business or closely related subjects OR successful completion of the technical college Public Welfare Eligibility Worker diploma program AND three (3) years of clerical experience or experience working with the public OR two (2) years of clerical experience in a social services/human services agency OR an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential functions of the position. The person chosen for this position must fully support the core values and mission of Carlton County Public Health and Human Services.

How to apply
Application must be made through Minnesota Merit System. http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mnmeritsystem/default.cfm Applicants must be on the current MN Merit System Register for this position by the closing date. Paper Carlton County applications or resumes will not be considered for this position. QUESTIONS: Call Carrie Umpierre, 218-878-2580

Salary
$25.85 - $30.80 Hourly

Posted
08/02/2021

Expires
08/13/2021

FISCAL SUPERVISOR II

Northeast MN | Full Time

Job Description
Direct, manage, and administer the fiscal accounting services of the Public Health & Human Services (PH &HS) agency and similar support to the Carlton County Children and Family Services Collaborative (CCCFCS). Supervise and direct professional staff in carrying out the accounting functions to maintain all financial records, accounts and fiscal transactions; prepare and help manage the PH & HS agency budget; prepare and/or supervise preparation of multiple, complex fiscal/statistical reports; implement, modify, and manage automated accounting systems. Participate in the overall management of the department by establishing policies and procedures for the department; establish, direct, and implement strategic plans. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from an accredited four-year college with a major in accounting or related business degree with an accounting emphasis, and three years of full-time paid experience as an accountant or auditor. Substitution of experience for the education on a year-for-year basis is permitted. Must be bondable and insurable by third party insurer and MCIT due to cash handling and financial transactions for county and client funds. The person chosen for this position must demonstrate the ability to work positively in a team environment, function constructively during conflict resolution and fully support the core values and mission of Carlton County Public Health and Human Services.

How to apply
Application must be made through Minnesota Merit System. http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mnmeritsystem/default.cfm Applicants must be on the current MN Merit System Register for this position by the closing date. Paper Carlton County applications or resumes will not be considered for this position. QUESTIONS: Call Carrie Umpierre, 218-878-2580

Salary
$33.40 - $41.76 per hour

Posted
08/02/2021

Expires
08/13/2021

SOCIAL WORKER – FAMILY ASSESSMENT/FAMILY INVESTIGATION

Northeast MN | Full Time

Job Description
Conduct family assessments/investigations on reports of child maltreatment, abuse or neglect. Assess and provide intervention services in order to protect children from child abuse, neglect and exploitation. Includes the use of brief solution orientated counseling, family group decision making and mediation techniques to reduce risk factors, develop a safety/service plan, and strengthen family functioning. Conduct assessments/investigations if necessary with appropriate law enforcement agencies. Provide responsible and professional social work services to children and families by determining service needs, developing service plans, implementing service plans through the provision of individual or family casework, group work, referrals or other services and monitoring clients’ progress. Investigate, assess, and provide intervention services in order to protect children from abuse, neglect and exploitation; prepare and implement safety plans for the safety of the child and the family; participate in legal actions arising from child abuse case activities. Conduct forensic interviews with children in regards to suspected sexual or physical abuse in accordance with protocols established for such interviews. Complete all necessary and appropriate paperwork for documentation meeting state and federal guideline requirements. Assess services or requests for child welfare services and make appropriate contacts and referrals to community agencies to assist children and families. Other duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Education: BA/BS in Social Work, Sociology or related field, with additional experience in counseling, social work or child protection preferred. Experience: One (1) year professional social work experience. Note: Must have demonstrated the ability to work positively in a team environment and function constructively during conflict resolution. Must fully support the core values and mission of Carlton County Public Health & Human Services.

How to apply
Application must be made through Minnesota Merit System (https://secure.neogov.com/insight/login.cfm). Applicants must be on the Current MN Merit System Register for this position by the closing date. Paper Carlton County applications or resumes will not be considered for this position. QUESTIONS: Call Carrie Umpierre, 218-878-2580

Salary
28.36 - 33.78 per hour

Posted
08/02/2021

Expires
08/13/2021

Eligibility Specialist

Southwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Yellow Medicine County is hiring a full-time Eligibility Specialist to work in the Family Service Center. This position receives and processes eligibility applications, evaluates client data to determine eligibility for services, refers clients to service workers, and prepares and maintains files and records. Minimum requirements: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major coursework in behavioral science, business or related field and some experience working in behavioral science, business or related field. Applicants must pass the Merit System Eligibility Worker exam. Starting salary range is $21.44/hr.-$29.69/hr. DOQ. Applications are available at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mnmeritsystem/default.cfm. All applications must be to Minnesota Merit System by 4:30 p.m. on August 17, 2021. The exam must be completed by 11:59 p.m. on August 20, 2021. Those who are qualified to take a Merit System test will be contacted by the Minnesota Merit System with a link to the exam. Additional information is available by calling Human Resources at 320-564-5841. EOE.

How to apply
Applications are available at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mnmeritsystem/default.cfm.

Salary
$21.44/hr.-$29.69/hr.

Posted
07/29/2021

Expires
08/17/2021

Assistant Program Manager (Lead DSP)

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
At Hammer, we believe all people, regardless of their abilities, should have the support they need to defy expectations. Want to join us? Hammer Residences is seeking an Assistant Program Manager for one of our homes in the Western Suburbs. The people we serve live in Hammer’s group homes or apartment programs with the support of caring teams who provide on-going assistance, teach independent living skills, support health and personal cares, help with household tasks, and offer social and emotional support. We are looking for people to partner with the people we serve to help them live their best life. The Assistant Program Manager will be responsible for direct care shifts as well as administrative tasks that fall under one or two of the following: Financial – keeping track of individual’s petty cash, bank runs, assisting folks with paying bills, etc. Medical – keeping track of individual’s medical needs and appointment calendars, scheduling appointments, accompanying individuals to their appointments, ordering medications, ordering medical supplies, etc. Activities – signing individuals up for activities that they are interested in, keeping the program calendar up to date, communicating with team re: plans, etc. Shopping – purchasing groceries and supplies for the program. Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age or older Valid Driver’s License, current vehicle insurance and a good driving record Good written and oral communication skills Pass a background check through the Department of Human Services Technical skills – must be comfortable and proficient in using computers and/or smart technology Prior leadership experience preferred as well as experience coordinating schedules Benefits: For a comprehensive list of benefits for full-time and part-time employees please click on the link: https://hammer.org/careers-benefits/

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers/

Salary
$15.25/hr + benefits

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/31/2021

Case Manager (CADI) in Wayzata, MN

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Case Managers provide vital support for people with disabilities and their families, helping them to find their way through the maze of the social service system while promoting consumer choice and self-determination. Case Managers strive to work with individuals and their families to develop creative strategies that would meet each person’s continuing needs and desires. Hammer Residences currently has one Case Manager position open: CADI (focus on mental health and physical health conditions) Core Responsibilities: Develop a comprehensive person-centered plan for each individual Determines individual’s requirements by having regular contact with other team members determining need for therapeutic medical, psycho-social, and psychiatric evaluations, reviewing therapist evaluations, objectives, and plans. Ensure safety with risk management and assessment Maintains individual records by reviewing progress and documenting status updates Help individuals understand available service options Identify potential providers Provide support in accessing and coordinating services Evaluate and monitor services: monitors cases by verifying individual’s attendance; observing and evaluating treatments and responses; advocating for needed services and entitlements; obtaining additional resources; intervening in crises; providing support.

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers

Salary
$21.50/hr + benefits

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/31/2021

Direct Support Professional ($1,000 SIGN-ON BONUS) inWayzata, MN

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Hammer Residences is seeking high-quality direct care staff with full-time or part-time availability for group homes and apartment style programs located in the Western suburbs of Minneapolis. The Direct Support Professional (DSP) is the heartbeat of our organization. As a DSP, you will directly support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The people we serve live in Hammer’s group homes or apartment programs with the support of caring teams who provide on-going assistance, teach independent living skills, support health and personal cares, help with household tasks, and offer social and emotional support. We are looking for people to partner with the people we serve to help them live their best life. Qualifications: - Must be 18 years of age or older Driver’s License, current vehicle insurance and a good driving record Good written and oral communication skills Pass a background check through the Department of Human Services Technical skills – must comfortable and proficient in using computers and/or smart technology Weekend and afternoon/evening availability- overnight availability a plus Prior Experience not necessary—training will be provided. Those with experience as a Personal Care Attendant (PCA), Human Services Technician, Direct Care Worker, paraprofessional or an Advocate for people with disabilities or the elderly tend to have similar experience to that of a DSP. Schedules: Monday O/N Asleep 4p-9a and Friday O/N Asleep 4p-12:30p. 37.5 hours. Thursday O/N Asleep ON 4p-9a and Saturday O/N Asleep 12:30p-11:30a. 40 hours.

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers

Salary
$14.00/hr + benefits

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/31/2021

Direct Support Professional (DSP) (Full-time and Part-time openings and immediate interviews!)

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Hammer Residences is seeking high-quality direct care staff for 4-person group homes, 6-person group homes and apartment style programs. The Direct Support Professional is the most important role in our organization. As a DSP, you will directly support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The people we serve live in Hammer’s group homes or apartment programs with the support of caring teams who provide on-going assistance, teach independent living skills, support health and personal cares, help with household tasks, and offer social and emotional support. Qualifications: Staff must have good written and oral communication skills, be comfortable using a computer, must be at least 18 years old, must be documented to work in the U.S., and must be able to pass a background check. Experience not necessary—training will be provided. Those with experience as a Personal Care Attendant (PCA), Human Services Technician, Direct Care Worker, paraprofessional or an Advocate for people with disabilities or the elderly tend to have similar experience to that of a DSP. Must have a valid driver's license, a personal vehicle, current auto insurance and a driving record that meets the standard of our insurance company. Must be able to pass a background check. Schedules available: Awake overnights, asleep overnights, afternoons/evenings, and weekends. Part-time and full-time options. Locations: we have 45 different programs scattered throughout the west metro. We have locations in St. Louis Park, Wayzata, Minnetonka, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, and Plymouth.

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers/ Crystal, Eden Prairie, Golden Valley, Minnetonka, New Hope, Plymouth, St Louis Park, Wayzata

Salary
$14.00/hr to start w/ an increase to $14.25/hr

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/31/2021

Employment Specialist Youth in Mora Serving Kanabec, Pine, and Mille lacs Counties

Central MN |

Job Description
CMJTS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider committed to creating an environment of inclusion where everyone is valued and has a sense of belonging. We work to confront and eliminate the barriers racism has created, and to earn the trust of our community to create a culture of accountability. Primary Objective: This position will assist participants in identifying strengths, evaluating and overcoming challenges, in order to obtain long-term employment and self-sufficiency. Qualifications: * 1-2 years experience and/or education preferred * Bachelors degree preferred * Proficiency with personal computer usage * Demonstrated case management skills * Ability to communicate professionally and effectively * Highly organized and self-motivated to work independently and manage schedules efficiently * Knowledge of job search strategies * Ability to support and motivate participants *Approximately 60% travel through service area with employee-provided transportation Responsibilities: * Identify and match participants to community resources * Provide outreach to recruit and inform community members that may benefit from services * Direct delivery of services to participants * Complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner * Maintain an up-to-date case file on each participant * Ability to direct CareerForce visitors with online job-search and related activities * Maintain knowledge of internal data management systems * Responsible to implement program and grant plans and procedures * Authorize and justify support expenditures * Effectively utilize training and support budgets * Conduct initial enrollment interviews * Coach and provide employment counseling to participants on issues such as career success skills, interviewing, résumé writing, job search techniques, and job retention * Meet established case management timelines * Closely monitor participant activities to ensure goals are met

How to apply
Send cover letter and résumé to: Human Resources - CMJTS PO Box 720, Monticello, MN 55362 or email to: employment@cmjts.org

Salary
Range: $23.67 - $34.33

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/26/2021

Employment Specialist, Public Assistance Programs in Cambridge, MN

Central MN | Full Time

Job Description
CMJTS is an equal opportunity employer and service provider committed to creating an environment of inclusion where everyone is valued and has a sense of belonging. Primary Objective: This position will assist participants in identifying strengths, evaluating and overcoming challenges, in order to obtain long-term employment and self-sufficiency. Qualifications: * 1-2 years experience and/or education strongly preferred * Bachelors degree preferred * Proficiency with personal computer usage. * Demonstrated case management skills * Ability to communicate professionally. * Highly organized and self-motivated to work independently. * Knowledge of job search strategies * Able to travel as necessary in a 75-mile radius with employee-provided transportation Responsibilities: * Identify and match participants to community resources * Direct delivery of services to participants * Complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner * Maintain up-to-date case files * Direct CareerForce visitors with online job-search and related activities * Knowledge of internal data management systems * Authorize and justify support expenditures * Utilize training and support budgets * Conduct initial enrollment interviews * Coach and provide employment counseling to participants * Meet case management timelines * Closely monitor participant activities to ensure goals are met

How to apply
Send cover letter and résumé to: Human Resources - CMJTS PO Box 720, Monticello, MN 55362 or email to: employment@cmjts.org

Salary
Salary Range: Minimum: $23.67 Maximum: $34.33

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/26/2021

Executive Director

Full Time

Job Description
The Executive Director maintains Ampersand Families’ status as an employer of choice; maintaining a culture of excellence that advances the agency’s values of equity, belonging, dignity, hope, integrity and leadership. Ampersand Families is committed to speaking truth even when it is uncomfortable and strives to have a team that is representative of the youth we serve. The position has ultimate accountability for the agency’s 23 full time employees, including: three program directors, one permanency innovation and consultation director, and one finance and operations director. This is an exempt, full-time position. Normal work hours are 8am -5pm Monday-Friday with regular pre-scheduled evening and weekend hours. Key accountabilities include: • Leadership, Partnering and Vision: Work with the board to ensure that the organization follows its strategic plan; clearly articulate direction to staff and collaborate with external partners to advance Ampersand Families’ mission and vision. • Talent Acquisition / Development: Successful track record of leading and inspiring people, providing clarity around roles and vision, and developing people systems / infrastructure with an eye toward growth. This includes a keen ability to multiply results and effectiveness through others. • Fund Development: Ensure that revenue goals are met each year, including maintaining sufficient funds in an operating reserve. • Understanding of Child Welfare: Deep knowledge of child welfare system, adoption/foster care/children’s mental health or similar. Demonstrates an acute awareness of the pitfalls of the current system, with a willingness to work toward a more equitable and reimagined system. • Promote Anti-racism: Ensure that practices, policies and partnerships reflect the agency’s commitment to equity and anti- racist action in all aspects of the agency’s work.

How to apply
Interested candidates should submit cover letter, resume, and salary expectations using one of the ways below. Position open until filled. You can apply in the following ways: 1. Apply via email Joelle Allen at joelle@kpcompanies.com. 2. Apply by mail at: Ampersand Executive Director Search c/o kpcompanies, ATTN: Joelle Allen 5775 Wayzata Blvd, Suite 700, St. Louis Park, MN 55416. All submissions are received in the strictest confidence. Both kpCompanies and Ampersand Families’ are equal opportunity employers.

Salary
$105,000 - $115,000

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/27/2021

Family School Support Worker/Children’s Mental Health Case Manager 1.0 FTE LICENSED SOCIAL WORKER

Northeast MN | Full Time

Job Description
This position works in a school setting to provide services to at risk children within the school, home and community. Services provided are both early intervention/prevention of mental health needs; as well as mental health case management services for children who have been diagnosed as having significant mental health needs. Assistance with school planning for children who receive special education services or may be eligible for these services. This position works cooperatively with the school, county social service agency, community resource agencies, and sits on multi-disciplinary teams of professionals. This position is based both in a Public School setting and the Carlton County Community Services Building. It involves in-home services, non-traditional working hours and required computer documentation and billing. Other duties as assigned. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Human Services related field required; with additional experience in mental health, counseling, social work, child protection or corrections preferred. Two years Family School Support Worker or related experience and Children’s Mental Health Case Management experience and a valid MN Social Worker License required. Must have demonstrated the ability to work positively in a team environment and function constructively during conflict resolution. The person chosen for this position must fully support the core values and mission of Carlton County Public Health & Human Services.

How to apply
Application must be made through Minnesota Merit System. http://agency.governmentjobs.com/mnmeritsystem/default.cfm Applicants must be on the current MN Merit System Register for this position by the closing date. Paper Carlton County applications or resumes will not be considered for this position.

Salary
28.36 – 33.78 Hourly

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/10/2021

Finance and Operations Manager

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
Position Summary The Alliance seeks a mission-oriented, strategic leader with experience managing finance and operations in a nonprofit organization. This position reports to the Executive Director and is a newly created position. The Finance and Operations Manager will oversee the organization’s finances, grant budgets and reports, office technology, as well as office operating procedures.. Responsibilities • Provide overall financial oversight and monitoring including development and implementation of sound fiscal management practices and internal controls. • Manage and oversee monthly bookkeeping, in partnership with contract accountant, including payroll oversight, invoicing/billing, and financial tracking of grants. • Manage organization’s cash flow, financial trend analysis and forecasting. • Manage tracking and reporting for all federal, state, philanthropic funds and contracts, including monthly grant reporting, desk reviews, and reconciliations. • Analyze and present financial reports to the Executive Director and Board of Directors. • Coordinate and lead annual audit process, annual tax return and 990 filing. • Oversee and lead the annual budgeting and planning process, including grant budgets according to grant guidelines, in partnership with the Executive Director. Monitor progress, and keep the Executive Director regularly updated of the organization’s financial status. • Allocate funds using appropriate judgment to ensure all account activity is correctly classified according to grant guidelines in collaboration with the Executive Director. • Evaluate and manage Alliance’s technology and infrastructure systems, making recommendations to the Executive Director. • Evaluate office procedures and provide ongoing recommendations for new practices, procedures and systems.

How to apply
Please send cover letter and resume to Marcia Milliken, Executive Director at marcia@minnesotachildrensalliance.org.

Salary
$50,000 to $65,000

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/06/2021

Float Specialist/Direct Support Professional Position

Northwest MN | Full Time

Job Description
Each FS will work full-time hours that they pick up on Hammer Shiftboard or are assigned by the Manager of Scheduling and Support. Scheduling needs may make it necessary to change hours on short notice. After business hours, the Director on-call may reassign the FS. FS may work only one asleep overnight/week which is reimbursed at the awake rate. 20 hours/week must be in high need homes identified by Manager of Support FS may work no more than 12 hours of continuous awake time and no more than 20 hours of continuous awake/sleep combination with at least six hours of sleep or time off FS must work two weekends/month When picking up a shift in a new location, the FS must arrive at work at least 15 minutes early to review the MAR, read logs, get properly oriented and speak with staff on duty. The FS will administer medications only if he/she is the only staff member present and medications are due

How to apply
https://hammer.org/careers

Salary
$15.25/hr

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/31/2021

Homeless Access Social Worker/Social Worker, Senior

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The Homeless Access Team within Human Services is seeking a Social Worker or Senior Social Worker to join their team. This position provides intensive social work services to single adults experiencing homelessness with complex biopsychosocial conditions requiring individualized, comprehensive, culturally competent assessment, service planning, referral/linkage, monitoring, and advocacy. A knowledge base of serious and persistent mental illness, chemical dependency, recovery, and community resources is preferred. This position is a part of an interdisciplinary team assisting individuals in achieving and maintaining housing stability. Salary will be based upon qualifications: Social Worker $57,225.27 - $71,247.95 Annually Senior Social Worker $58,179.28 - $83,801.71 Annually Location and hours: This position is currently hybrid due to COVID-19. This candidate must be able to travel to various locations such as community sites, hotel sites, drop-in sites, shelters, and encampments for work. Work hours for this position are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with occasional evenings. About the position type: This is a full-time, benefit-earning position.

How to apply
Submit applications to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hennepin/jobs/3167308/homeless-access-social-worker-social-worker-senior

Salary
$57,225.27 - $83,801.71 Annually

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/11/2021

Housing Case Manager

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The Housing Case Manager provides professional-level service coordination and case management for families who have experienced homelessness and are living in permanent supportive housing. Housing Case Manager is responsible for maintaining a caseload of up to 20 households at any given time. Case management is specifically focused on assisting families in achieving increased housing stability and self-sufficiency by assessing for services and implementing the services based on the families’ needs and goal plans. Duties include but are not limited to: •Providing intensive case management and outreach to homeless families; Conducting assessments for program participants and developing and monitoring family support plans to address problems/concerns; Performing weekly home visits to ensure families are reaching their desired goals; •Providing advocacy and coordination of supportive services (i.e. mental health, chemical health, parenting support, financial capability and employment training). •Developing and maintaining client data and records for all program participants.

How to apply
Please send cover letter, resume and an unofficial copy of transcript to: Housing Services Manager Model Cities of St. Paul, Inc. 839 University Avenue West, St. Paul, MN 55104 Fax: 651-293-1928 Email: jobs@modelcities.org No telephone calls please Please go to www.modelcities.org for more information about our organization. Model Cities is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Salary
Low 40s–Mid 40s, DOE/DOQ. Equal Opportunity AA.

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/19/2021

Nurse, Staff

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The Healthcare for the Homeless unit of Human Services and Public Health is seeking a Staff Nurse to join their newly developed HCH mobile Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) team. The Staff Nurse will partner with the prescribers in the provision of Suboxone, which will include performing screenings, intake, education, care coordination, and scheduling of patients with providers. The Staff Nurse will manage MAT coordination duties and will assist with outreach, engagement, and enrollment into the program. Location and hours: Successful candidates must be able to travel to various locations such as community sites and community clinics for work. This position will work out of 525 Portland Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415. Work hours for this position are Monday through Friday. Work hours will vary and can range from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. About these position types: This is a full-time, benefit-earning position.

How to apply
Submit applications to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hennepin/jobs/3155679/nurse-staff

Salary
$67,545.57 - $108,701.94 Annually

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
08/10/2021

On-Call Welcome Center Advocate

Twin Cities Metro | Part Time

Job Description
The Outreach and Shelter Department serves single adults through our emergency response programs. Our programs include Shelter, Street Outreach and the Welcome Center. Through these programs, we often encounter individuals along the broad spectrum of homelessness from recently homeless to chronically homeless individuals. The goal in each of these programs is to build rapport and assist in connecting individuals to stabilize their housing and achieving self-sufficiency. The On Call Welcome Center Advocate is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day operations of our busy reception area when one of our two full time staff are out. Often this is for planned vacation days but will also include short notice fill in as well. This position provides information and referral for clients and visitors while upholding our core values. This person will perform other administrative duties as requested for other St. Stephen’s programs. All Welcome Center Advocates work closely with their counterpart and collaborate with other departments within St. Stephen’s, St. Stephen’s volunteers and donors. This is a key position that functions as the gateway into St. Stephen’s. Exceptional customer service is required daily.

How to apply
Visit ststephensmpls.isolvedhire.com and select the opening for which you wish to apply. Submit your information under "Apply Now" and you will be directed to the full application, where you can upload your resume and cover letter – both are required. If you have previously created an account to apply for a position at St. Stephen's, login to your account before attempting to apply for another position. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Qualified applicants will be selected for interviews as applications are received. No phone calls please.

Salary
$18.60-$19.60 DOQ

Posted
07/28/2021

Expires
10/30/2021

Administrative Manager

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The Well-Being Area of Human Services is seeking an individual to fill an administrative manager’s role to oversee the operations of educational and employment for youth. This individual will need to be comfortable integrating with community initiatives. Well-Being is a developing area in Hennepin County Human Services. We believe that Well-being is a positive outcome that is meaningful for people and for many sectors of society, because it tells us that people perceive that their lives are going well. Good living conditions (e.g., housing, employment, social, emotional) are fundamental to well-being. Our approach will focus on early intervention, prevention, addressing root causes, etc. Location and hours: This position is currently being performed remotely due to COVID-19. Work hours will be Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., and are flexible. About the position type: This position is full-time, benefit earning.

How to apply
Submit applications to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hennepin/jobs/3155298/administrative-manager

Salary
$71,381.69 - $113,206.76 Annually

Posted
07/27/2021

Expires
08/09/2021

Children's Mental Health Community Service Manager

Twin Cities Metro | Full Time

Job Description
The Behavioral Health- Children's Mental Health Unit is seeking a Children's Mental Health Community Service Manager to join their team. This candidate will advance the mission and strategic vision of Behavioral Health-Children’s Mental Health by leading, implementing, and managing operational changes in programs and services within Children’s Mental Health. The scope of the Children's Mental Health Community Service Manager's responsibilities will involve the advancement of the strategic priority of creating a children’s mental health system of care through the development, implementation, and management of programs and services that align with the system of care values and principles; leading program evaluation efforts and utilizing the data for continuous improvement efforts; and coordinating the engagement of parents, youth, providers and other significant internal and external stakeholders in the system of care and continuous improvement work. Location and hours: Currently, this position is working remotely due to COVID-19. Once offices do open, this position will be located at the Government Center in downtown Minneapolis at 300 South Sixth Street. Work hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with some potential after-hours meetings as necessary. About the position type: This position is a full-time, benefit-earning position.

How to apply
Submit applications to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hennepin/jobs/3167916/childrens-mental-health-community-service-manager

Salary
$71,381.69 - $113,311.52 Annually

Posted
07/27/2021

Expires
08/09/2021