Case Manager Hiring Fair!


DESC Case Manager Hiring Fair!
Job Title: Housing Case Manager & Housing Stabilization Specialist
Days Off: TBD (Generally Friday & Saturday or Saturday & Sunday)
Pay Range: $39,016 – $43,077 annually
Shift Differential: N/A
Location: Multiple Locations
Region: Seattle
Shift: TBD (Office Day or 11am-7pm)
Insurance Benefits: Medical (no premiums/payroll deductions for employee coverage), Dental, Life, Long-term Disability
Other Benefits: Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Flexible Spending Account (FSA), ORCA card subsidy, Paid Time Off (34 days per year), Retirement Plan
DESC is currently hiring up to ten case managers and related direct service positions in our permanent supportive housing program. We are holding a virtual hiring fair on Wednesday, December 16th which will be followed by an onsite interview for those who qualify on Thursday December 17th or Friday December 18th. To apply, please go to our website or follow this link. If you have any questions about the open positions, feel free to email us at
DESC Employee PERKS:
• Over 6 weeks off in the first year of employment
• Opportunities for growth
• Team building and camaraderie
• Training and learning that occurs at your own pace
• Great medical and dental benefits
• Weeklong orientation and training
• Retirement Plan
• Flexible Spending Account
The Clinical Support Specialist (Housing Case Manager) works with the Project Manager, case managers and other providers to provide and coordinate clinical services for residents at one of our 14 permanent supportive housing locations. DESC Permanent Supportive Housing provides apartments for formerly homeless adults living with severe disabilities. We are firmly committed to the belief that the solution to homelessness is simple: housing. We offer housing to people before anything else, without insisting on abstinence or treatment compliance. This means we are able to end homelessness for the most vulnerable men and women in our community, not just those most able to navigate the system. Our approach has been recognized as a model for other communities and garnered significant academic study and praise. To see an entire list of job duties, please follow this link.
We are excited to announce the new Housing Stabilization Specialist position in 6 permanent support housing programs. We know that when it comes to housing retention and independent living skills, some PSH tenants need more support than can be easily brought to bear by their care team. This innovative position, in partnership with the existing care team, will create and implement client-centered housing stability plans and assist residents with achieving goals that align with their stability plan. Support will range from managing challenging unit conditions, mitigating lease violations, to supporting community building events and activities. This position will be part of the CSS team at the location, although will not have a defined caseload, but instead work directly tenants how have extra support needs in doing “whatever it takes” to promote housing retention.
This role seeks to heighten positive engagement with individuals with high medical needs, persistent mental illness and substance use disorders, frequent institutional contacts and treatment stays, or simply more intensive support. It is the perfect position for someone who wants high client engagement; likes creativity, independence and teamwork; and wants to see long-term, tangible results! For more information on the job duties for this position, please go to this link.
• Relevant Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or related behavioral science, or
• Bachelor’s degree in any field and 1 year of paid work experience in social services, or
• Relevant associates degree and 1 year of relevant paid work experience, or
• Any Associates degree and 1 year of highly relevant paid work experience, or
• A combination of 1 year of highly relevant paid work experience and formal training in clinical and case management skills to demonstrate an ability to successfully perform the job.
• Two years’ experience working with homeless adults disabled by chronic alcoholism, mental illness and/or drug use.
• Valid Washington State driver’s license and insurable driving record.
DESC is committed to diversity in the workplace and promotes equal employment opportunities for all staff members and applicants. The Agency will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability in any employment practice, unless based on a bona fide occupational qualification. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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