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Permanent Supportive Housing Supervisor Milledgeville

State of Georgia

State of Georgia Milledgeville GA Georgia

2 weeks ago

We are currently seeking Permanent Supportive Housing Supervisor to join our team in making a difference in the lives of our patients every day. We are located in the heart of Middle Georgia State where we enjoy abundant recreational opportunities, and a family friendly environment with good schools and opportunities for the entire family to be involved.

Summary of Duties...
• The Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Supervisor will provide Housing Coordination Services to individuals involved in various Housing Programs. The initial goal is to assist adult individuals with securing and maintaining stable housing. Additionally, the PSH will identify those homeless individuals within Oconee Behavioral Health Service who need housing supports and resources. Homeless individuals will be identified by local agencies, Oconee Behavioral Health Service programs, street outreach, and through our partnership Jail and Police Department.

• This position requires the ability to work in a fast-paced setting, a passion to work with those experiencing homelessness or housing instability, knowledge and experience of providing housing related case management, and the ability to work closely and effectively with a team of professionals.
• Reliable transportation and driving abilities are imperative.
• The Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Supervisor will provide intensive housing support coordination & individual training for the adult homeless population.
• The housing supervisor job responsibilities will include working closely with housing units/complexes, private landlords, community partners/agencies, and other Oconee Behavioral Health Service programs.
• Occasional flexibility in scheduled hours is necessary to provide effective services throughout the day and into the evening hours.
• On-call rotations may be a necessary function of the Coordinator’s role.
• Services may be provided remotely, in the client’s residence, or their community.
• This position also works closely & meets on a weekly basis with a team of professional staff to assess needs, develop treatment plans, and monitor client progress.
• The PSH Supervisor will be responsible for linking homeless individuals to housing supports/ resources as well as other resources identified a being needed such as mental health, case management, skills building, legal resources, and AOD supports & resources.
• The PSH Supervisor will also be responsible for but not limited to partaking in treatment team meetings, on call rotation, H.M.I.S coordinated entry, entering clients through client tracker, DCA monthly & quarterly reporting, progress notes, developing partnerships, and making appropriate referrals. Reliable transportation and driving abilities are imperative.
• Interview client, family members, and/or support system(s) to assess level of functioning, current Strengths, Needs, Abilities, and Preferences and secure information relative to program requirements for receiving services and recommending appropriate level of care.
• Participate in community outreach to individuals experiencing homelessness or housing instability
• Prepare accurate, complete timely documentation (within 24 hours) of case notes and billing information to meet agency and state standards and provide effective service delivery across a broad range of services.
• Conduct a minimum of 1 home visit per week/per client within their community setting or within client’s current residence.
• Assisting individuals with the application process for various housing subsidies/programs.
• Assisting with identifying units for leasing and apartment complex partners
• Provide care coordination to ensure stability of housing and independent living skills.
• Placement of individuals into permanent housing
• Supporting the individuals once placed in permanent housing
• Assisting with management of the permanent housing units
• Attending and participating in team meetings
• Provide on-call services as necessary to manage crisis situations
• Recognize the need for crisis intervention and notify supervisor/professional staff of escalated situations
• Collect and report on data required for grants and other funding sources.
• Develop and maintain a network of community contacts. Facilitate referrals and linkages to community services and communication among client’s service providers with GHVP to assure a continuum of services.
• Provide linkage, transport clients, and assist/coach clients in accessing & obtaining community resources.
• Meet or exceed Agency Productivity standards
• **All candidates in order to be considered must have:***
• Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and subject to random drug screens.
• Must have valid Georgia driver’s license and Motor Vehicle Record in accordance with company policy.
• Candidates for selection must pass a criminal background check (including fingerprinting).
• Must be able to lift 20 pounds.
• Must have the following technical skills – Word, Excel.
• Must be able to stand or sit for long periods.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, move about, hear and speak.
• Must be able to stand, sit, and kneel for long periods of time.
• Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience providing HUD-related housing services (HCV, TBRA, Rapid Rehousing, PSH, etc).
• Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or other closely related field
• Bachelor's degree in a related field from an accredited college or university AND Two years of related experience
• OR High School diploma AND Four years of related experience AND valid driver's license with clean motor vehicle report.

Preferred Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, or other closely related field
• One (1) year of experience specifically working with adults with severe and persistent mental illness and addictive disease
• At least one (1) year of experience working within housing coordination
• At least one (1) year of experience providing in-home/community services - Knowledge of community resources within metro counties
• Exemplary verbal and written communication skills
• Knowledge of community resources within Oconee Behavioral Health Service and surrounding areas

Knowledge & Skills
• Must be a self-started and work independently;
• Must be highly organized and efficient;
• Computer skills required (internet, word processing and spreadsheet programs);
• Must be able to perform assignments with minimal supervision;
• Must be able to comprehend and perform oral and written instructions and procedures;
• Must have effective comprehensive reading skills, strong communication skills, written and verbal.
• Must ensure that authorizations stay current from all of our managed care companies

• Federal Student Loan Forgiveness
• Highly competitive wages
• 401K
• 9 paid holidays
• Medical
• Dental
• Vision
• Critical Illness
• Basic Life Insurance
• Long Term/Short Term Disability
• Long Term Care
• Accidental Death and Dismemberment

Four years of related experience OR Two years of experience at the lower level Facility Maintenance Wkr 3 (FES052) or position equivalent. Note: Some positions may require valid driver's license
Milledgeville GA USA

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