Preferred Communities Case Manager - Refugee Resettlement Services

Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio

About the organization

For more than 100 years, Catholic Charities has served the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Our programs have changed over the years, but our commitment to serve the poor, protect the vulnerable and welcome the stranger has not wavered.

Our mission is to Serve, Enlighten and Empower. We serve local families and empower local lives.

Duties

Catholic Charities Southwest Ohio is currently accepting applications for a Full Time Preferred Communities Case Manager in our Refugee Resettlement Services program.

As the official refugee resettlement agency for the Greater Cincinnati area, Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio has resettled over 12,000 refugees since 1980. Catholic Charities is ready to welcome and support them to rebuild a new life in Greater Cincinnati. There is already a pipeline of refugees fleeing from other countries whom we are resettling, including the Congo, Syria and Sudan. We know Cincinnati is a welcoming and generous community.

Come and join our team! There is an opportunity for you to participate in our mission for world class compassion and hospitality. As the Preferred Communities Case Manager—Refugee Resettlement Services, you will provide trauma-informed Intensive Case Management and family-centered interventions to ORR-eligible individuals experiencing any of the following vulnerabilities: single parents/guardians, clients with physical disabilities or medical conditions requiring ICM, clients with mental health needs, elderly and homebound clients, youth who have spent many years in refugee camps, survivors of domestic violence or gender-based violence, secondary migrants new to the area, and clients who need social adjustment supports.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications and Skills:
• Bachelor degree in social work or related field
• Demonstrated ability to conduct client assessments, develop service plans, implement interventions, and evaluate service effectiveness
• Knowledge of local health care system and community resources
• Demonstrated ability to work with a variety of cultures, partners and groups; excellent communication skills, organizational and facilitation abilities; Flexibility and adaptability to work with varying client needs and clients from other cultures
• Must be accurate, detail oriented and organized
• Ability to work well in team environment
• English required, foreign language skills a plus.
• Proficient in computer-based client database systems and Microsoft Office Suite.
• Valid driver’s license

Preferred Qualifications and Skills:
• At least two years’ experience providing case management services
• State of Ohio LSW
• Experience working in refugee resettlement or with refugee/immigrant populations
• Proficiency in a foreign language native to refugee populations, such as Swahili, Kinyarwanda, Arabic, French, Tigrinya

Salary

$18.50-$19.26/hr

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

This position will work out of our Cincinnati MidPointe office location (7162 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45237) normal working schedule is Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30-pm, and reports to the Case Management Supervisor, Refugee Resettlement Services.

CCSWOH offers comprehensive benefits package including group health, dental, vision insurance, 401k employer contribution, employee assistance plan, life insurance, and disability coverage. Visit https://benefits.catholiccincinnati.org/ to view specifics on group insurance coverage. Immediate eligibility of 15 days of PTO and 11 paid holidays per year.

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