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  • Financial Empowerment Program Coordinator / Case Manager
    Financial Empowerment Program Coordinator / Case Manager

    Albemarle Hopeline, Inc., a private non-profit organization providing comprehensive services to victims of domestic and sexual violence, has an opening to join our dedicated team of professionals in January 2022. This individual will coordinate and execute our agency’s “Power to Improve” program, the primary goals of which is to aid survivors in obtaining long-term financial independence and improved quality of life through educational and employment opportunities. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated, empathetic, have a strong knowledge of community resources, and work well as part of a team.

    The Power to Improve Coordinator will assist clients with financial management including budgeting, creating savings, building/repairing credit, and managing debt. They will assist clients in accessing other community resources such as housing programs, financial assistance, childcare subsidies, food programs, or other needed services. They will connect clients with educational opportunities by assisting with financial aid and scholarship applications, continuing education enrollment, and other areas of assistance such as helping clients balance and schedule their educational commitments. They will further assist with employment through career counseling, resume development, the employment search process, and preparing for job interviews. They will also coordinate wellness workshops for program participants which help promote personal growth. The coordinator will also be responsible for recruiting program participants through community outreach.

    The PTI Coordinator must also have strong case management skills including organization, time management, communication, conflict resolution, and coaching. Because our clients are frequently engaged in multiple services through our agency, the ability to communicate well with other team members to ensure the best possible outcome for clients is essential. All Hopeline staff members must adhere to strict confidentiality policies.

    Albemarle Hopeline operates a 24-hour crisis response line, and the PTI Coordinator would be expected to participate in crisis line coverage and hospital response (training provided). An additional stipend is paid for crisis coverage. Some early morning, evening, and weekend hours will also be necessary for wellness groups and outreach events, and to meet with clients in accordance with their scheduling needs.

    This is a full-time, salaried position with a benefits package that includes health care, a retirement plan, and paid time off. You will also receive the invaluable benefit of knowing that you are making a difference in the lives of survivors and having a positive impact on your community.

    Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services field, 4 years’ human services experience, or a combination of these is required. Case management or other relevant experience is required; experience working with DV and SA survivors strongly preferred. Must have strong computer skills and excellent communication skills. Candidate must be willing and able to travel frequently throughout Hopeline's six-county service area, as well as for occasional in-state training and conferences (mileage reimbursed for travel beyond assigned office location).

    Please submit a resume and cover letter. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. No phone calls please.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $36,000.00 - $42,000.00 per year

    Benefits:

    Health insurance
    Paid time off
    Retirement plan
    Schedule:

    8 hour shift
    Monday to Friday
    On call
    COVID-19 considerations:
    Masks are required when interacting with clients or in group settings.

    Application Question(s):

    Please briefly describe why how you would apply your skills, experience, and energy to empower survivors of interpersonal violence to reach their goals?

    Education:

    High school or equivalent (Required)
    Experience:

    human services: 2 years (Required)
    Work Location: Multiple Locations

    Please send all application materials to Executive Director Courtney Cottrell, at ccottrell@albemarlehopeline.org

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