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Chief Seattle Club Re-Entry Case Manager in Seattle, Washington

Job Summary: The position provides direct case management support to residents as they face transition back into the community. Re-Entry Case Manager will work closely with the Re-entry Program Manager and provide summary reports and progress reports of residents to the Re-entry Program Manager and Programs Director. The Re-entry Case Manager position will work on-site. Job description is made by the Re-Entry Program Manager and can be updated at any time. Salary Range: $23.50 per hour Duties/Responsibilities: *Identifies, locates, and determines the status of justice-involved members. Advocates on behalf of and facilitates coordination of resources required to help justice-involved members reach optimum functional levels upon reentry to the community during transition and provides needed case management. *Works with the tribal jails, county jails, DOC, and a network of reentry organizations to connect with providers, advocates, contracted vendors, and community resources to assess the member's status, identify needs and ensure access to appropriate services to achieve positive outcomes upon member’s reentry to the community. *Performs the primary functions of assessment, planning, facilitation, and advocacy through collaboration with the member, county/tribal jail, work release or DOC, and other resources involved in the member's reentry. *Meets with the justice-involved members in person or via phone at the county/tribal jail, work release or DOC. *Schedule transportation for members to appointments (legal, medical) if needed. *Attend all staff meetings and training, as required by supervisors and policy. *Mobilizes resources and connects with members, as needed, to achieve outlined goals. *Have the ability to work with an ever-growing and evolving caseload. *Clearly document actions and interactions with members. *Maintains healthy boundaries with members while serving high need individuals in reentry who may also be experiencing crisis and poverty. *Preliminary screening with current residents of the community to assess needs (housing, employment, education, mental & spiritual health, substance abuse treatment, legal obligations, overall health.) *Assist members in creating goals or an action plan & continually follow up. *Coordinate with other case managers to network resources and contacts. *Create and report monthly data/statistics to Program Manager for Board reports. Other Factors *One year working in high-risk/at-risk populations but any experience with at-risk/vulnerable populations is a plus. *One-year case management or closely related position experience. Education and Experience: *Associates Degree or an equivalent combination of education and highly relevant experience required. *Lived experience within the justice system and /or experience with justice-involved individuals Physical Requirements: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: work at a stationary workspace for long periods of time, with mobility to move throughout the office; use a PC, constantly reaching with hands and fingers and keyboarding extensively; work with team as frequent communication is required, including use of the telephone; be able to read and write documents in hard and electronic copy, including those requiring great attention to detail; have the physical strength and agility to handle routine office tasks and machinery. Occasional travel may be required for certain employees depending on location. This position is typically in an office environment with desktop business equipment and frequent telephone calls. The noise level is moderate. Frequent interruptions are comm

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