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Ongoing Services Case Manager (Ukrainian-Speaking)

Under the direction of the Ongoing Services Manager, the Ongoing Services Case Manager provides direct services to Ukrainian humanitarian parolee clients. The Ongoing Services Case Manager assists clients with Information & Referral services to support clients’ access to community resources and public benefits.  Through individual/family case management and workshops, the Ongoing Services Case Manager provides Social Adjustment services including health, home management, and crisis intervention, with the aim to increase clients’ self-sufficiency. The Ongoing Services Case disburses emergency housing assistance funds according to agency guidelines. The position will involve frequent in-person work in the field.  The Ongoing Services Case Manager should be available to work both remotely and in the NewAP office, following NewAP policy regarding office re-opening. This position is contingent on grant funding. Ukrainian and Russian language fluency, written and spoken, is required for this position.

  • Recruits eligible Ukrainian humanitarian parolee clients for workshops, Social Adjustment, Information & Referral, and housing assistance services
  • Provides Information & Referral and Social Adjustment case management services for clients
  • Assists clients to apply for community resources and public benefits for which they may be eligible, including Food Stamps, Medicaid, Refugee Cash Assistance, TANF, WIC, Energy Assistance, etc.
  • Schedules appointments for clients, ensuring transportation and interpretation are available
  • Provides one-on-one education, advocacy, and case management in response to client needs, for home management and crisis situations
  • Accompanies clients to appointments and partner agencies as needed for services (e.g. medical facilities, public benefits office, schools, courthouse, driver’s license office, library, etc.)
  • Organizes regular Social Adjustment workshops on topics of interest to clients, recruits speakers to present at workshops
  • Builds and maintains relationships with partner agencies to ensure effective referrals and increase Ukrainian humanitarian parolee clients’ access to community resources/programs
  • Completes Individual Work Plans for Social Adjustment clients
  • Administers housing assistance funds following agency guidelines, ensuring that check requests are submitted timely, proper documentation including lease and client documents are maintained for each request, and funds are noted in the appropriate logs
  • Maintains electronic case files and ensures proper case notes and documentation for each service, ensures information is up to date and accurate
  • Assists with services to refugee, Cuban and Haitian entrants, Afghan parolees, and SIV clients for workshops, Social Adjustment, and Information & Referral services as needed
  • Collects data from other staff on I&R and Social Adjustment services provided
  • Monitors service provision goals and helps staff to reach targets
  • Assists with billing for DHS services when needed
  • Assists in preparing monthly, quarterly and semi-annual reports to funders and internally
  • Supports other case management activities in R & RN Department, including services for new arrivals, cultural orientation, shopping for groceries and basic needs, transportation of clients
  • Provides language interpretation and translation across departments as needed
  • Collaborates with other case managers, employment team, AmeriCorps service members, volunteers, and other staff for service provision
  • Follows NewAP, PRM, and CDC guidance for safe(r) provision of in-person services and in limited in-office work hours, remains up-to-date on latest recommendations
  • Attends meetings and training/planning groups as assigned
  • Works occasional evenings and weekends as required to respond to the emergency situations
  • Other duties as assigned
  • A personal passion to assist refugees and immigrants
  • Ukrainian and or Russian language fluency, spoken/written, is required; Romanian language fluency desired
  • Ability to handle volume of detail involving confidential information and requiring execution of assignments without close supervision
  • Flexibility and ability to problem solve
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to recognize and be sensitive to cultural, ethnic and religious issues
  • Excellent skills in teamwork and organizational skills
  • Ability to balance priorities effectively while working individually or as part of a team
  • Ability to assist clients in a courteous, tactful, and respectful manner
  • Excellent organizational and follow-up skills
  • Ability to effectively work remotely and utilize technology platforms including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Salesforce
  • Scheduling flexibility required as occasional evening/weekend client assistance is needed
  • Driver’s license, good driving record, and access to reliable personal vehicle required. This position involves frequent use of agency and personal vehicles to transport clients/field work.
Job Benefits

This is a full-time, salaried position with an annual salary range of $38,500 - $44,500. Employer contributes to medical, dental and vision insurance. Employer pays life and disability insurance. 14 paid holidays and a generous paid time off policy. Employee has the option to contribute to 401(k).  This position is contingent on grant funding.