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Mobility Mentor
Rochester, New York - United States
Posted Date - 04/20/17, Closing Date - Open Until Filled
Primary Skills
Case Management,outreach,Service Coordination
Employment Type
Full Time
Overview

Program:                    Professional Mentoring

Location:                    49 Stone Street

Position:                     Mobility Mentor       

Hours:                        37.5 hrs/wk, 52 wks year

Salary Range:            $29,692 - $40,000 annually

 

Summary of Responsibilities:

 

Under the direct supervision of the Mobility Mentor Manager, the Mobility Mentor will provide support to program participants seeking economic mobility and self-sufficiency through enrollment in the Bridges for Success program (B2S).The  B2S Mobility Mentor will plan, monitor and implement recruitment/outreach and case management activities for participants; work with service providers to ensure access and coordination of resources; and  serve as liaisons between participants, their families and community organizations that offer opportunities and assistance. Additional duties include: intake & assessment services; development of individual service plans/goal setting; monitoring and evaluation of participant progress/outcomes; life-skills/self-sufficiency skills coaching; information & referrals, facilitation of individual counseling/group meetings, prevention education  & developmental workshops; data management and reporting; development and coordination of special events and collaborative partnerships; and service monitoring to ensure compliance with objectives, standards and promote program growth.

 

Qualifications/Education and Experience:

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree required in Social Work, Counseling, Mental Health, Human Services, or related discipline; or Associates Degree and equivalent combination of work experience considered.

  • Experience: Minimum of two (2) years of direct care work experience required in case management, service coordination, human services, counseling, asset building, community outreach, or related filed. 

  • Experience in educational/career/vocational development required; knowledgeable regarding local occupational, educational, and labor market information/laws. Experience with educational/vocational testing and career interest assessment/inventory instruments and resources helpful; familiarity with Civil Service exams and testing process helpful; knowledge of high school equivalency, financial literacy, credit establishment/ repair and banking processes preferred: job readiness and placement experience preferred;  knowledge of educational, workforce initiatives (i.e. Rochester Works), business community/employment opportunities preferred .

  • Must be attentive to details; have strong administrative, analytical, negotiations and problem solving skills; must have good organizational & planning skills, ability to manage multiple priorities and meet fixed dead-lines; requires flexibility and ability to work in fast-paced environment.

  • Ability to develop effective working relationships at various levels within the organization and the community is required; must have demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective partnerships with human service, childcare, residential, business, financial, educational organizations and other sectors of the community, both public and private; knowledge of the Greater Rochester area and experience working in a collaborative structure is extremely helpful.

  • Must have good communication skills, both verbal and written. Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills are essential; must have demonstrated ability to interact with diverse individuals/groups in diverse settings; must maintain respect for cultural backgrounds and practices of employees/consumers; and must have the ability to initiate and maintain partnerships with both internal & external customers.

  • Should possess an understanding of the issues relating to low-income and/or vulnerable populations; must have good understanding and sensitivity of related issues faced by individuals/families moving from dependence on public assistance to independence and self-sufficiency.

  • Requires good public speaking and facilitation skills; experience developing and conducting training sessions required; knowledge of public/media relations, marketing and social media is helpful.

  • Requires proficiency in use of all Microsoft Office products, experience in CAP 60 preferred; assist in maintaining program data and consumer information; assist in analyzing and interpreting progress in meeting program outcomes; ability to complete input and documentation in preparing reports, presentations and announcements on consumer/program status in meeting goals.

  • Bi-lingual capabilities English/Spanish strongly preferred. Exp. in American Sign Language is a plus.

  • Volunteer recruitment and management experience is a plus.

  • Requires the physical health and physical capability to work in an office and various community settings.

  • Requires flexibility in working occasional evening and weekend hours.

  • Requires a valid NYS Driver’s License, and access to reliable transportation.

 
The above description covers the principle functions of the job. It is not intended to be a complete listing of all the miscellaneous incidental or substantially similar duties, which may be assigned during normal or emergency operations.
  • Experience
    2-3 Years
  • Required Documents
    Resume
  • Required Hours/Week
    37.5
  • Contact Person Details
    Desiree Wilson