Equal Employment Opportunities

Jewish Family Service is committed to ensuring equal opportunity and participation of its volunteers, employees and applicants for employment consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws. The agency’s policy is to accord each employee, volunteer and applicant for employment equal treatment with respect to all terms, conditions and privileges of employment, including recruitment, selection placement and opportunities for advancement.

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JFS encourages and welcomes diversity. We are an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, status as a veteran or any other basis prohibited by local, state or federal laws. A limited exception to this policy as permitted by law, is that the staffing of certain of our services requires individuals with an understanding of and a commitment to Jewish religious tenets.

JFS has the following openings at this time:

Counseling and Addiction Services

  • Teen and Young Adult Mental Health Counselor

    We are currently seeking a Teen and Young Adult Mental Health Counselor to join our counseling team.  The counselor is responsible for providing teen and young adults (ages 13 to early 30s) mental health counseling as part of a clinical team in a non-profit agency.  The counselor will be serving members of the Jewish community, people impacted by poverty, trauma, and mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety. This position is part of the clinical team that includes general mental health counselors, an addictions specialist, and a child specialist. The clinical team also exists within a larger department that includes Project DVORA, the domestic violence (DV) advocacy program at JFS. This position is currently fully remote but will adjust to a hybrid work model in the coming months.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Mental Health Counseling with Teens and Youth Adults (13 to early 30s)
      • Trauma-informed, person-centered psychotherapy to build teen and young adult skills around communication, trauma processing, emotional regulation, stress reduction and stabilization.
      • Partner with teens and youth adults to determine and address therapy goals over a time-limited period (up 1 year per client).
      • Example methods:
        • Trauma-Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
      • Group Counseling
        • Assist in facilitating support and therapy groups
        • Provide direction in the design and facilitation of groups addressing various mental health needs and strategies
      • Family / Parent Support, Coaching, and Navigation
        • Provide 1 to 3 sessions of individual coaching for parents and family members seeking guidance and education around supporting teens who suffer from mental illness
      • Community Based Work
        • Collaborate with Director of Mental Health Education on community-based mental health education and training
        • Participate in weekly consultation with other counselors as well as liaise with providers across Jewish Family Service who are engaged in client care
        • Facilitate trainings / Provide topic-expertise in educational events
        • Outreach to local organizations with a goal to reach teens and young people within the Jewish community, as well as those who encounter high barriers (homelessness; LGBTQ stigma and discrimination; etc.)

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Independent Master’s-Level License in Mental Health Field
      • Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)
      • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
      • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
    • Cultural competency (or willingness to be trained) in working with Jewish clients and descendants / family members of Holocaust survivors.
    • Sensitivity and understanding of the challenges specifically affecting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as the impact on children / youth witnessing domestic violence.
    • Past training / experience (or willingness to be trained) in: domestic violence, sexual assault, and anti-oppression work; trauma-informed, evidence-based psychotherapies; as well as intergenerational and historical trauma.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $28.74-$32.00/hour.  Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

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Development and Marketing

  • Director of Marketing & Communications

    Thank you for your interest in this opportunity. To learn more about this position, please visit GoodCitizen.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit GoodCitizen.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

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Outreach and Education

  • Outreach and Education Assistant

    Jewish Family Service is currently seeking a Outreach and Education Assistant to join our Outreach and Education team.  This full-time (37.5 hours per week) position provides administrative and organizational support to three staff members ensure efficient departmental operations for the team. If you love data, logistics and keeping teams organized, this could be the job for you. This position will be working remotely to start and then will be located at the Seattle office on Capitol Hill.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Provides general administrative support to the department which includes Outreach, Education and Volunteer Services programming and events.
    • Enhances department operations and efficiency by maintaining tracking documentation and creating tools to enhance communication across the department and with other JFS programs.
    • Prepares meeting agendas, materials and minutes as well as coordinates and books internal and external meetings.
    • Manages and maintains department data in Raiser’s Edge in an efficient and accurate manner.
    • Maintains the in-kind donation program tracking and thank you process.
    • Provides essential support for the Outreach & Education team and other JFS programs on large events i.e. Holiday Basket program, Chanukah program, summer gleaning and/or the Food Drive & Sort.
    • Supports the Director of Project Kavod/Dignity with both virtual and in-person events including helping with event set up, attendance and reporting.
    • Manages Centerpiece Basket fundraising program including processing orders and coordinating basket deliveries. (Currently on hold due to COVID-19)
    • Assists in the screening and tracking of new volunteers.
    • Assists in facilitating group volunteer projects on and offsite, providing education around JFS programs and hands-on volunteer work.
    • Other duties as assigned. 

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent from a college or university and/or minimum of two years administrative and/or database/data entry experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Strong organizational and time-management skills.
    • Understands and anticipates the needs of the team and responds accordingly.
    • Independent worker, accountable for work products and self-directed in meeting goals.
    • Excellent communication (written & oral) and interpersonal skills.
    • Must be flexible and willing to adapt to workflow priority changes.
    • Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Office, databases and online tools including Zoom, Sign Up Genius, Survey Monkey and project management software. Prior experience with Raiser’s Edge or another database is preferred.
    • Ability to travel locally and occasionally work after hours and/or weekend hours.
    • Experience working with volunteers and/or event planning is a plus.
    • Knowledge of Judaism and local Jewish community and prior non-profit experience are pluses.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $20.88-$23.20. Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

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Project DVORA Domestic Violence Services

  • Domestic Violence Advocate

    We are currently seeking a Domestic Violence Advocate to join our Project DVORA Domestic Violence Services team. This full-time (37.5 hours per week) position will be responsible for providing community-based domestic violence advocacy for members of the Jewish community as well as vulnerable individuals and families in the general community. This position is based in the JFS Seattle office; however, as much as possible, advocate will meet survivors in locations convenient and accessible to them.  *Note that this position is temporarily a remote position due to Covid 19.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Provide services in a manner that is survivor-driven, flexible and geared toward each specific survivor’s needs and priorities. Provide emotional support and information about domestic and sexual violence.
    • Increase survivor safety by assessing danger and safety planning.
    • Advocate for survivors in the legal, housing, medical, mental health, child welfare, financial or economic education and other systems.
      • Legal advocacy includes:
        • Helping a client to file for a DVPO, gather legal documents to file for divorce, explaining to clients the DVPO or divorce process and working closely with DVORA’s attorney who specializes in family law.
    • Increase social connectedness by helping survivors and their children build/re-build social support.
    • Co-facilitate groups for individuals and families impacted by domestic violence.
    • Provide information, support, training and consultation to friends, family, community members and professionals trying to support survivors
    • Distribute flexible assistance funds to address key concrete financial barriers faced by survivors.
    • Create and provide trainings with and for domestic violence agencies, social workers, therapists, and other community organizations and professionals. Network and collaborate with domestic violence coalitions on regional/national levels.
    • Provide consultation to Jewish community educators, rabbis, and professionals.
    • Participate in weekly departmental consultation with advocates and monthly department meetings with advocates and counselors.
    • Provide ongoing referrals and wraparound coordination with the Counseling Program.
    • Liaise with providers in other JFS departments who are engaged in client care.
    • Co-facilitate therapy groups with advocates and counselors.
    • Track client data and assess progress toward goals in Salesforce database. 

     
    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

    • Master’s Degree in Human Service Field OR 4-year college degree plus 2 years related experience OR 6 years related experience. We also appreciate those who come with valuable lived experience. Persons from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
    • Prior experience in social services, specifically working with survivors of domestic violence preferred
    • Experience working with a diverse population from different backgrounds and identities.
    • Adept at problem-solving an able to use an anti-oppression framework.
    • Able to de-escalate crisis situations and provide trauma-informed, survivor-driven advocacy.
    • Able to work both independently and as a team and accurately maintain case records online.
    • Sensitivity and understanding of challenges specifically impacting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault; experience/training (or willingness to be trained) in domestic violence, anti-oppression work or intergenerational trauma.
    • Cultural competency (or willingness to be trained) in working with Jewish clients.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided if possible.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $23.46 – $26.07/hour. Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Vets

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Refugee and Immigrant Services

  • Resettlement Case Manager

    Jewish Family Service is currently seeking a Resettlement Case Manager to join our Refugee and Immigrant Services team. This full-time (37.5 hours/week) position provides trauma-informed and client-centered case management services to refugees who are new to the US. The position is based in the agency’s Kent office, but work is carried out in locations throughout the Puget Sound, including other JFS sites, clients’ homes and other locations in the community.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Provide trauma-informed, holistic case management services to newly arrived refugees, including advocating for and coordinating access to benefits, medical care, school and English class enrollment, and conducting home visits.
    • In partnership with clients, develop and implement a strengths-based individualized self-sufficiency plan that expedites client stability and integration.
    • Ensure timely and complete delivery of core case management services in compliance with the Reception & Placement contract.
    • Conduct furniture move-ins, ensuring that all new arrivals have appropriate furnishings and household goods in compliance with the Reception & Placement contract and Department standards.
    • Facilitate client community navigation and understanding of available resources and support systems.
    • Collaborate with the Resettlement Program Manager and other staff to ensure efficient and appropriate care coordination within the resettlement team and across RIS programming.
    • Maintain appropriate case files, ensuring complete, accurate, and timely documentation in compliance with Department expectations.
    • Internal and external referral services as appropriate to meet client needs.

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience within field.
    • Experience providing trauma-informed direct services to diverse communities and ability to effectively communicate with people who do not speak or have limited proficiency in the English language.
    • Repetitive heavy lifting is required. Must be able to frequently lift and/or move items, including furniture, weighing up to 50 pounds.
    • Valid Washington State driver’s license, auto insurance and reliable access to personal vehicle as well as ability to drive agency vehicles required.
    • Must be able to work a flexible schedule to meet client needs. Some evening and weekend work required. Overtime maybe required during high-arrival periods.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided if possible.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $23.46 – $26.07/hour. Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Vets

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  • Immigration Attorney

    Jewish Family Service is currently seeking an Immigration Attorney to join our Refugee and Immigrant Services team. This full-time (37.5 hours/week) position will provide direct representation for children and adults in immigration cases while helping to build a network of support for the broader immigration needs of asylum seekers in the Seattle/Tacoma Metro Area. The attorney will focus on providing direct legal representation in defensive asylum cases, applications for withholding of removal, and Convention Against Torture protection. The Attorney may also represent adults and children affirmatively seeking asylum; children seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status; and crime victims seeking VAWA classification or U visas, among other immigration benefits.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Provide trauma-informed direct representation to clients before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration Court, Board of Immigration Appeals, other federal agencies, and federal courts.
    • Conduct case analysis to determine eligibility for immigration relief and provide direct legal services and consultations.
    • Direct and support JFS Immigration Services Team, including any DOJ accredited representatives and other staff as assigned, through regular engagement, case assistance, and training.
    • Provide legal orientation, counseling, and education regarding a range of immigration issues and other legal problems faced by members of the low-income immigrant communities through legal clinics and individual consultations.
    • Maintain an up to date, working knowledge of significant policies, laws and trends in immigration law, particularly as it impacts asylum-seekers.
    • Actively participate in state and local taskforces and initiatives and relevant trainings pertaining to legal services for populations of humanitarian concern.
    • Ensure accurate, timely and detailed compliance with data entry, client records and program reporting. 

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Juris Doctorate degree with membership in good standing in the bar of any state.
    • Minimum of 3 years of experience with immigration law, including removal defense work before the immigration court and experience working with detained immigrants.
    • Demonstrated experience in providing trauma-informed, client-centered services.
    • Strong case management, legal research, and legal writing skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to take initiative and work under pressure.
    • Dedication to serving immigrant communities with a sincere commitment to working on behalf of low-income immigrants.
    • Bilingual English/Spanish strongly preferred.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided if possible.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $68,658 to $76,287 a year. Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Vets

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  • Refugee Support Case Manager

    Jewish Family Service is currently seeking a Refugee Support Case Manager to join our Refugee and Immigrant Services team. This full-time (37.5 hours/week) position will provide trauma-informed case management to newly arrived refugees and immigrants across the agency’s Kent office, ‘floating’ between program teams. The Case Manager will be responsible for managing assigned caseloads of clients, assessing client needs, developing and implementing service plans and working with other community resources to achieve client goals.  The position is based in the agency’s Kent office, but work is carried out in locations throughout the Puget Sound, including clients’ homes.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Work with clients to develop a strengths-based, goal-orientated service plan to support and empower refugees on their path to community integration and self-sufficiency.
    • Provide comprehensive case management as appliable to individualized service plans to include: advocating and coordinating access to resources; connecting clients to medical and mental health care, applying for job placement opportunities; conducting home visits.
    • Provide all services in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner for each client utilizing interpretation/translation services as needed.
    • Maintain an up to date, working knowledge of best practices in trauma-informed, client-centered case management.
    • Maintain and up to date and nuanced understanding of program contracts and requirements.
    • Collaborate across agency programs and cultivate relationships with other community organizations to ensure client and agency goals are met. Provide referrals to clients as needed.
    • Ensure accurate, timely and detailed compliance with data entry, client records and program reporting. 

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in the field.
    • Trauma-informed, client-centered case management experience with refugees and immigrants required.
    • Strong computer, documentation and time management skills to ensure effective case file maintenance.
    • Demonstrated ability to take initiative, work under pressure and handle competing priorities.
    • Must be able to work a flexible schedule that prioritizes clients’ needs and capabilities. Some evening and weekend work required.
    • Valid Washington State driver’s license, auto insurance and reliable access to personal vehicle as well as ability to drive agency vehicles required.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided if possible.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $23.46 – $26.07/hour.  Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

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  • Intensive Services Programs Manager

    We are currently seeking a full-time (37.5 hours per week) Intensive Services Programs Manager to join our team. This position will manage the delivery of services for the intensive case management programs within Refugee and Immigrant Services (RIS), including the Preferred Communities Intensive Case Management program, the Survivors of Trafficking case management program, the Women’s Empowerment program, and the Asylum Support case management program.  As a member of the RIS management team, the Intensive Services Program Manager ensures that core programs are coordinated to improve the integration outcomes and enhance the well-being of the refugee and immigrant community we serve.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Oversee the implementation of programming that increases the well-being and social integration of refugees and immigrants who face additional barriers to stability.
    • Train, supervise and support direct service staff within the Intensive Services program to ensure service delivery goals are met.
    • Serve as liaison with government contractors, partners and other stakeholders on issues related to immigrant integration and culturally responsive trauma-informed case management.
    • Analyze service delivery data, financial reports and client feedback to guide strategic decisions.
    • Administer budgets for program contracts and ensure accurate financial documentation and federal reporting.
    • Ensure program quality, compliance and accurate documentation and prepare and submit reports to program funders and agency leadership.
    • Provide case management as needed to support the intensive services team.

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience.
    • 5+ years of direct case management experience working with refugee and immigrant populations.
    • 3+ years program coordination and/or supervisory experience.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of trauma informed case management best practices and how immigration status intersects with other forms of oppression.
    • Highly organized, detail oriented, create self-starter with the ability to meet strict deadlines and carry out all functions of multi-faceted programs.
    • Excellent analytical, public speaking, communication and computer skills.
    • Valid WA State driver’s license, insurance and reliable access to personal vehicle.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided if possible.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $26.86 – $29.85/hour. Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Vets

    Apply Now

  • Quality Assurance Coordinator

    We are currently seeking a full-time (37.5 hours per week) Quality Assurance Coordinator to join our Refugee & Immigrant Services team. This position will provide monitoring and evaluation of resettlement services, including providing training and guidance to Resettlement staff on program documentation and reporting requirements. This position will work closely with the Resettlement Program Manager and other program staff to ensure newly arrived refugees receive coordinated, quality services that are in compliance with the Reception & Placement contract.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Conduct exit interviews with resettlement clients to ensure appropriate completion of core services and ongoing connections to resources that expedite client community integration.
    • Ensure accurate and complete case file documentation through file audits, case note review and coordination with case managers.
    • Complete accurate and timely case file reports and serve as the program’s liaison with national partner, HIAS, on case file documentation and reporting requirements.
    • Implement the Department’s Policy on Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP) by conducting focus groups and client surveys as well as implementing other techniques that elevate client voices and increase opportunities for beneficiary feedback.
    • In collaboration with the Resettlement Program Manager and the Case Work Supervisor, train and support program staff to ensure appropriate and timely service delivery and documentation that complies with contract and Department requirements.
    • Collaborate with the Resettlement Program Manager and other staff to ensure efficient and appropriate care coordination within the resettlement team and across RIS programming.
    • In collaboration with Program and Department leadership, analyze service delivery data, program outcomes and client feedback to guide strategic decisions.
    • Complete program reporting as needed agency and funders.

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience.
    • 2+ years of experience working with refugee and immigrant populations.
    • Commitment to improving client and program outcomes through monitoring and evaluation of services, documentation and reporting.
    • Highly organized and detail-oriented with the ability to meet strict deadlines and manage competing priorities.
    • Experience in providing effective support, training and feedback to a diverse team.
    • Excellent communication skills with strong writing, speaking and computer skills required.
    • Valid WA State driver’s license, insurance and reliable access to personal vehicle.
    • Must be able to work a flexible schedule to meet clients needs. Some evening and weekend work required. Overtime may be required during high arrival periods.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided if possible.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS

    • The starting pay for this position is $23.46 – $26.07/hour. Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Vets

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  • Employment Case Manager

    Jewish Family Service is seeking an Employment Case Manager in the Refugee & Immigrant Services program. This full-time (37.5 hours/week) position provides case management services critical to refugee and immigrant clients’ economic stability. The position will work one-on-one with clients to identify and overcome barriers to employment and financial asset building, focusing on long term career planning and advancement. The position is based at the JFS’ Kent office, but will have responsibilities throughout Puget Sound. Travel will be required to meetings in the community, medical and social service facilities, and employment appointments.  Regular and punctual attendance with occasional overtime is required, as well as some evenings and weekends.
     
    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Create a strengths-based individualized career plan with clients, identifying and managing towards short and long term goals.
    • Provide case management that supports stable employment including obtaining/maintaining refugee benefits, addressing routine medical needs, ESL enrollment, transportation support, and assistance with childcare enrollment.
    • Provide ongoing job readiness orientations needed to secure, retain and advance in employment, including interview skills, workplace culture and expectations, and industry-specific skills.
    • Identify asset building goals with clients. Develop realistic plans based on goals. Connect clients to financial institutions and asset building agencies as appropriate.
    • Assist clients in accessing suitable trainings, work experience opportunities, and educational institutions to create entry points into appropriate career pathways. Assess and record client progress towards goals of career plan.
    • Maintain information on community resources and develop relationships with other providers and professionals, as needed.
    • Conduct professional communication and professional networking skills workshops at local partner agencies, community-based organizations and in the Kent office.
    • Support clients through professional mentorship opportunities ensuring ongoing professional support from volunteer mentor.
    • Provide ongoing household budgeting support and teach clients skills needed to build a realistic budget.

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience within field.
    • Experience working with other cultures and ability to effectively communicate with people who speak English as a second language.
    • Case management/employment placement experience a plus.
    • Valid Washington State driver’s license, auto insurance and reliable access to personal vehicle as well as ability to drive agency vehicles required.
    • Familiarity with local community resources and systems in social service support programs.
    • Demonstrated ability to self-manage competing priorities, pay attention to detail, and clearly and concisely communicate and collaborate with others.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided if possible.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $23.46 – $26.07/hour. Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Vets

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  • Resettlement Case Work Supervisor

    We are currently seeking a full-time (37.5 hours per week) Resettlement Case Work Supervisor to join our Refugee & Immigrant Services team. This position will supervise the resettlement case managers to ensure newly arrived refugees receive trauma-informed and timely case management services. This position will work closely with the Resettlement Program Manager and other program staff to ensure coordinated client services and Reception & Placement contract compliance.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Train, supervise and support case management staff within the Resettlement program to ensure that newly arrived refugees receive trauma-informed and client centered services.
    • Provide direct case management services to support the resettlement team, including managing an independent caseload of resettlement clients when needed.
    • In collaboration with the Resettlement Program Manager and the Quality Assurance Coordinator, train and support case management staff to ensure appropriate and timely service delivery and documentation that complies with contract and Department requirements.
    • Collaborate with the Resettlement Program Manager and other staff to ensure efficient and appropriate care coordination within the resettlement team and across RIS programming.
    • Serve as a liaison with government contractors, partners and other stakeholders on issues related to resettlement case management.
    • Support accurate and timely case management documentation and reporting in compliance with contract requirements.
    • In collaboration with Program and Department leadership, analyze service delivery data, program outcomes and client feedback to guide strategic decisions.
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    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience, with supervision experience preferred.
    • 3+ years of direct case management experience working with refugee and immigrant populations.
    • Highly organized and detail-oriented leader with the ability to meet strict deadlines and provide support to a diverse team in a fast-paced, direct service environment.
    • Excellent collaboration and communication skills with strong writing and computer literacy experience.
    • Demonstrated ability to maintain strong performance and positive attitude under challenging conditions.
    • Valid WA State driver’s license, insurance and reliable access to personal vehicle.
    • Must be able to work a flexible schedule to meet clients needs. Some evening and weekend work required. Overtime may be required during high arrival periods.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided as appropriate.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $25.10-$27.89.  Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Vets

    Apply Now

Supported Living Services

  • Home Care Aide (Direct Service Support)

    Jewish Family Service is currently seeking a Home Care Aide (Direct Service Support) to join our Supported Living Services team.  This full-time (37.5 hours per week) position is responsible for helping clients to reach their highest potential and complete tasks themselves. The schedule for this position is Thursday through Monday.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Provide skills training
    • Provide companionship and transportation
    • Help clients with the following:
      • light housekeeping
      • food preparation
      • laundry
    • Provide leisure support

     
    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Strong interpersonal skills are required
    • Must be able to work effectively and compassionately with clients who have mental, physical or cognitive disabilities
    • Knowledge of Jewish community and culture (or willingness to be trained) preferred
    • Home Care Aide, CNA or NA-r and relevant training/experience is required. Training will be provided for the right candidate.
    • Must have a valid Washington State Driver’s License and access to an insured vehicle.
    • Fully vaccinated individuals required due to client facing nature of the work; accommodations provided if possible.

     
    SALARY AND BENEFITS:

    • The starting pay for this position is $18/hour. Jewish Family Service offers a generous benefits package.

    Jewish Family Service offers competitive wages and a generous benefits package.

    If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Indeed page. Select the position you are applying for and submit your resume and cover letter.

    Applications are only accepted online.

    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Vets

    Apply Now

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