Position: Senior Case Manager Closing
Date: Open till filled
Status: Regular, Full-time, Non-exempt
Salary: $24.00 per hour DOE
California Human Development (CHD) is a private, non-profit (501c3) organization human service agency that provides a wide range of programs and services throughout Northern California.
CHD’s Farmworker Services Program provides skills training and job placement to low income individuals including migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their dependents who either wish to find full-time job opportunities outside of the agriculture field, wish to increase their skills to stabilize their employment and/or pursue higher education. It is expected that a large majority of the clients will be Spanish speaking.
SUMMARY: This is a service position in an employment and training program under the WIA (Workforce Investment Act) targeted to Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers. The Senior Case Manager is the lead position in the assigned area and serves as the office manager.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Regional Coordinator, the Senior Case Manager will perform the essential responsibilities and duties including:
EDUCATION: A. AA degree in related field or equivalent
B. Demonstrates strong interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to be responsive and persuasive with farm workers.
C. Minimum one year supervisory experience
D. Experience working with low income, youth and diverse populations.
E. Intermediate skill level with Microsoft Office
See full job description on our website: http://www.cahumandevelopment.org/Careers.php
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California Human Development (CHD) is a non-profit organization and a leader in the War on Poverty for nearly five decades. First inspired in service to our state’s farmworkers, CHD now serves people of low income from many walks of life—giving 25,000 people a year in 31 Northern California counties a hand up in pursuit of the American Dream.
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