Full-Time (40 hours/week), Hourly, Non-Exempt.
Location: YWCA Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA 95112
Hourly / Salary Range: $49,150 – $53,830 annually
Join a passionate, dynamic team dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. For over 100 years, YWCA Silicon Valley has provided programs and services that form a critical continuum of response, healing, and prevention. Our dedication to the people we serve is unparalleled. We have an exciting future, and the team to deliver on that lasting change for the people we serve. To encourage survivor self-determination, services are delivered through a strengths-based, non-judgmental and trauma-informed lens that aligns with our mission. Be a key part of shaping this future as our new Housing Case Manager working in the Homelessness Prevention System network in our Housing Continuum Program.
Reporting to the Housing Program Manager, the Housing Case Manager provides case management, crisis counseling, safety planning, community referrals, building life skills, education/employment plans, and financial literacy, and domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking education to individuals and families residing in the YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley’s community-based housing continuum programs. Responsibilities include and are not limited to:
- Maintain a caseload of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking; assess housing and service needs; arrange, coordinate and monitor the delivery of individualized services, develop a goal plan to assist client in maintaining permanent housing.
- Provide crisis counseling, safety planning, DV, SA, HT education, community referrals to survivors impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking in person and on the phone using a strength-based, client-centered, trauma-informed approach.
- Administer assessments to clients for program eligibility and rental assistance to clients
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or college course work in human services field or equivalent combination of education and experience in housing industry. Candidates should have knowledge of sensitivity to sexual assault and domestic violence issues, trauma, gender equity and/or other forms of oppression. Understanding and application of program theories such as trauma-informed care, feminist, and anti-oppression/anti-discrimination frameworks are key.
Desired: Bilingual, bi-cultural and bi-literate skills highly preferred. Spanish, Mandarin, or Vietnamese languages. Prior experience providing case management or advocacy-based counseling highly preferred. Motivational Interviewing skills highly preferred.
Required: Cleared background check (fingerprinting), valid TB test, valid California driver’s license, and auto insurance. Must have completed or be willing to complete a 65-hour California State Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Counselor certification. (Training will be provided). This position requires a Covid-19 vaccination due to the in-person interfacing required, and to promote the health and safety of others in the workplace and our community.