Intake and Emergency Aid Provider

JOB DESCRIPTION 
Job Title:  Intake and Emergency Aid Manager
Employment Status:  Hourly- Non-Exempt
Program/Department: Intake/Emergency Aid
Supervisor:  Clinical Director/Deputy Director
Date Prepared/Updated:  03/3/2022
Salary Range: $35k – $45k 

Highlights

  • Flexible Working Hours 
  • Flexible Work Location 
  • Reimbursed Parking
  • Collaborative team environment
  • Extensive and accessible benefits

Position is full-time

Purpose and Qualifications for Job:

The mission of Jewish Family and Child Service is to improve the lives of adults, families and children in the Jewish and general community.  

The primary role of this position is to facilitate client connection and intake with JFCS Counseling services and other community supports while simultaneously dispersing funds for the Emergency Aid program.  The provider will assess and complete emergency aid requests including case management and resource distribution.  This includes information collection, including demographics, finances, and insurance information, including verification.  This may include essential behavioral health responsibilities including screening, intake and orientation, evaluation and intervention, treatment planning, referrals, crisis intervention, counseling, patient education, case management, reporting and record keeping. Other duties include assisting with administrative duties related to the Counseling department, including documentation, insurance verification and billing.  If appropriate, this provider would be able to receive supervision towards licensure.  The person who works in this dynamic position is culturally competent and understands the diverse needs of the community.

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Send cover letter and resume to: Douglass Ruth  

 

Holocaust Survivor Services Case Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION 
Job Title:  Case Manager I – Holocaust Survivor Services
Employment Status:  Hourly- Non-Exempt
Program/Department: Holocaust Survivor Services 
Supervisor:  Holocaust Survivor Services Program Manager
Preferred: MSW /Bachelors of Social Work; Bi-lingual – Russian Speaking 
Date Prepared/Updated:  05/18/2022
Position is full-time

Purpose and Qualifications for Job:

The Case Manager provides supportive case management services to clients; assures an efficient day-to-day work of the program; supports the program’s team to assure compliance with the grants’ guidelines; and participates in programs’ enhancement and development. Effectively maintain and enhance the Home Care and Emergency Aid programs sponsored by the Claims Conference* grants, provide help with applying for reparations, and support outreach programs for clients. The Case Manager participates in outreach community programs for Holocaust survivors in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland, Oregon Jewish Museum and Holocaust Education Center, and other agencies.

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Send cover letter and resume to: Susan Greenberg

 

 

JEWISH FAMILY & CHILD SERVICE: Our mission is to improve the quality of life and self-sufficiency of the Jewish and broader communities throughout the Portland metro area in accordance with Jewish values.

Jewish Family & Child Service (JFCS) has served the greater Portland area since 1947 and is an affiliate of the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies (NJHSA). JFCS is recognized as a charitable organization by the Internal Revenue Service under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. JFCS provides vital services to vulnerable people of all religious and socioeconomic background. 

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