7 E. Bijou Street

Colorado Springs, Colorado   80903

                                                                                                            7/10/06      Date Posted

Announcement of Position Vacancy                                                         

 Job Title:                   Caseworker (half time)

 Date Open:                July 10, 2006 – until filled

Summary of Job Duties:

To provide direct care and case management services for homeless families with dependent children and to the residents of Colorado House and Resource Center.  All the services are geared towards moving the clients in a direction of economic and social self-sufficiency. 

Hiring Range:  $14,875 – 16,100  

Minimum qualifications:

Education:     Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related behavioral science field.

Experience:    Two years experience in social work or related experience.

Or other background demonstrating application of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Working knowledge of the dynamics of the homeless.

Ability to develop priorities and set goals with time limits and help others do the same.

Knowledge of counseling techniques and of psychology and sociology.

Knowledge of family systems.

Ability to work cooperatively with other agencies.

Knowledge of community resources.

Demonstrated responsiveness and sensitivity to cultural differences.

Public speaking skills.

Strong communication skills (both written and oral) and good interpersonal behavior skills.

Willingness to work extra hours in order to get the job done.

Personal/professional management and organizational skills. 

Must pick up application and job description.  Submit with resume to Partners In Housing, 7 E. Bijou, Suite 211, Colorado Springs, CO 80903. 

It is the policy of PIH to staff positions with the best qualified people regardless of race, color, national origin, age, gender, disability or veteran status.  In addition, policies that affect employees will be carried out without regard for these factors.  Although each individual has a different potential, we all do better when we have an equal opportunity to succeed.


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