The Case Manager for the San Jose Men’s Recovery program is one of the key staff persons responsible for facilitating outside contacts with various agencies and guiding clients through the bureaucratic maze of paperwork and logistics required to secure available
- Supervise, recruit and train volunteer case managers.
- Perform intake process duties, which include processing applications from potential clients, assisting applicants with ASI (Assessment Survey Index), and providing orientation for prospective clients.
- Oversee assessment process for clients.
- Provide counseling for client and family as needed.
- Assist and keep track of client’s legal issues relating to court, probation, and other legal issues as they rise.
- Supervise D.B.S. groups, which include tracking attendance and maintenance of D.B.S. journals. Maintaining group size of four to five, assisting D.B.S. members in incorporating new members to their D.B.S. group, and tracking the number of D.B.S. lesson
member read each week. .
- Maintain a caseload of 15-20 clients and ensure client charts are accurate and up-to-date by performing weekly audits.
- Participate in chapel, house meetings, staff prayer meetings, weekly staff meetings, and other
- Other assignments as requested.
- Check volunteer’s case notes periodically and meet with volunteers for team building and to keep volunteers current with any new updates in training.
- Must have a personal and consistent relationship with Jesus Christ active in a local Christian body of believers living out the Sh’mah (hearing and obeying the Word of God).
- Must have compatible theology on major issues of CityTeam's Statement of Faith.
- Must be committed to serving God and the Body of Christ.
- Must have a teachable spirit and be committed to team participation.
- Must be an initiator who can work under deadlines.
- Must have a minimum of an undergraduate degree or equivalent experience, with specific course work in the area of chemical addiction.
- Must have experience in the leading of interactive group therapy sessions.