Provide Emergency Social Services in a professional manner to clients; interview clients to determine eligibility for emergency assistance, provide advocacy and referrals where needed. Assist with coordination of seasonal programs, network with local agencies. Monitor Emergency Services Assistance Program and budget. Keep accurate client records and statistics in accordance with grant guidelines and The Salvation Army. Submit timely reports and documents of The United Way, FEMA EFSG, and others as required to the supervisor. Conduct Pathway of Hope recruitment and case management. Assist with compiling and submitting monthly statistics for all Social Service Programs.
This is a regular full time position with a workweek expectation of 40 hours per week.