Case Assistant - Storefront Case Management

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Case Assistant - Storefront Case Management

Status: Union DC1707/Non-exempt
Reports to: Project Director
Date Posted: 30-May-2017
Job Type: Full Time

Details

General Responsibilities:

Under supervision of Project / Program Director, assists with administrative and clerical tasks required in routine operation of the Senior Center. May provide case assistance and referral information as deemed appropriate.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

• Arranges for, or refers clients in need of assistance for services such as transportation, homecare, meals-on-wheels, Medicare, Medicaid, housing, etc.
• Provides information about health, welfare education and recreation services available to older adults.
• Assists director in developing appropriate group programs and works with committees.
• Attends in-service training and staff meetings.
• Explains and interprets the agency’s programs to clients.
• Responsible for coverage of senior center in the Project Director’s absence.
• Works closely with community organizations to meet the needs of the clients and to publicize the center’s programs.
• Acts as receptionist and answers in-person and telephone inquiries, referring calls to appropriate party.
• Uses computer to prepare letters, flyers, reports, etc.
Assembles, collates and records statistical data.
• Collects and counts cash. Issues receipts for cash, maintains records and prepares bank deposits.
• Maintains petty cash accounts.
• Places orders with food vendors and other suppliers.
• Assists in maintaining inventory of food and supplies.
• Provides staff coverage on participant trips.
• May assist in preparation and serving of meals.
• Performs other related tasks as requested or assigned.


Requirements:


• High School Diploma or G.E.D., Two years college or Associate’s Degree preferred.
• Knowledge of or willingness to learn Kashruth.
• Some prior group leadership experience.
• Must be computer literate, including ability to learn and use program-specific software.
• Good writing/record keeping skills.
• Ability to read, write speak and understand English.
• May require heavy lifting including setting up tables, moving chairs, and other room set-ups for programs, climbing stairs may be required.
• May be required to work evenings and/or weekends.
• Valid N.Y. State Drivers License preferred.

WHY WORK FOR US?

JASA is a challenging and rewarding place in which to work. Professional employment possibilities are available to those who have the requisite skills, experience, and commitment to our essential mission.  JASA offers a comprehensive benefits package to its full-time and regular part-time employees. 


Compensation Package:


Major Medical, Dental, and Life Insurance; 403b Tax-Deferred Savings Plan; Flexible Spending Account; Pre-Tax Transit; and a Generous Leave policy.

Time Off: 3 Weeks’ Vacation; 12 Sick Days; 8 Legal Holidays and several Jewish Holidays per year

Ability to Move up the Ladder - JASA employees who express interest in posted vacancies will be given first preference for interviews for vacant positions.

Annual Salary: $24,187.07



To Apply

Email résumé and cover letter to: jobs@jasa.org. Indicate Case Assistant - Storefront Case Management - Brooklyn in subject line.

—Or—

Mail to: JASA
Human Resources Department
247 West 37 Street – Ninth Floor
New York, NY 10018


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