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Money Management Specialist/Rep-Payee

Frequently asked questions

HomeStart is seeking to hire a Money management Specialist/Rep-Payee. HomeStart serves hundreds of people each year in the greater Boston area. HomeStart is an equal opportunity empoloyer and we encourage all to apply because we beleivee a diversity of voices leads to better discussions, decisions and outcomes for everyone.


Submit cover letter AND resume to: Notoshia Dix, Housing Resources Manager, dix@homestart.org. Electronic Submissions only. Job Type: Full Time




Responsibilities


  1. Act as a representative payee for participants who need support in managing their funds and budget. All participants are formerly homeless and are coping with one or more disabilities such as mental health condition, current or history of substance abuse, long-term medical condition etc.
  2. Assume responsibility for timely planning and preparation of check requests as well as utility and rent payments for participants on a weekly and monthly basis.
  3. Pay monthly bills including rent for participants.
  4. Transfer bank funds as needed for payments and spending check requests.
  5. Print and disperse checks according to budget developed with participant.
  6. Balance each participant’s account balance each month.
  7. Update and complete Social Security forms and reports as needed.
  8. Notify Social Security of required beneficiary status changes.
  9. Set-up and maintain all relevant representative payee paperwork and computer spreadsheet records.
  10. In conjunction with the participant and case manager, implement a budget plan and revise as needed.
  11. Maintain accurate and detailed financial records on behalf of program participants.
  12. Support participants maintain their housing through good budgeting and saving.
  13. Help participant’s set-up bank accounts.
  14. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned. The duties and responsibilities listed are designed to provide typical examples of the work performed; not all duties and responsibilities assigned are included here, nor is it expected that all similar positions will be assigned every duty and responsibility.
  15. Currently working remotely but will need the ability to come into the office weekly as needed.




Qualifications


  • Excellent project management skills, including time management, ability to organize and streamline tasks, complete work efficiently, and follow-through on projects.
  • Case management experience with homeless people or other disadvantaged populations.
  • Patience and sensitivity to participants’ emotional issues surrounding money.
  • Solid computer skills required. Must be competent in Microsoft Word and Excel as well as be accurately conduct on-line banking.
  • Accountability with money; excellent documentation skills.
  • Ability to handle frustrated and demanding clients in a calm, appropriate and professional manner.
  • Excellent math skills required.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to work with clients who are active substance abusers.
  • Bilingual a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well with a broad range of people.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Dedication to helping people who are homeless move beyond shelter.




About You


  • Case management/Money management or related social service experience strongly preferred.
  • Strong advocacy skills – assisting in navigating systems, i.e. DTA, Masshealth, SSA, Medical needs
  • Knowledge of homelessness and housing issues preferred
  • Ability to work independently as well as be an integral part of an Awesome Team!
  • Computer literacy and knowledge of Google / Microsoft Office applications preferred




What You Will Be Doing


  • Work closely with people who have experienced long term homelessness, have multiple disabilities and are transitioning to mainstream housing
  • Support clients in becoming independent and successful in their housing by providing follow-up case management services
  • Travel throughout Greater Boston to provide case management services in client’s homes or in the community (e.g. social security office)
  • Provide crisis intervention around mental health, substance abuse, medical and housing related issues.
  • Make referrals as needed to substance abuse treatment centers, mental health agencies, health care providers, vocational/educational resources, legal services, public benefits, food pantries, etc.




What You Will Bring to the Team and Position


  • Experience working with vulnerable at risk individuals and families
  • Dedication to helping people move from homelessness to housing
  • Demonstrated ability to provide quality compassionate service, achieve outcomes, and equally focus on and complete administrative, task oriented and relationship building components of the position





Housing Navigator

Frequently asked questions

HomeStart is seeking to hire a Money management Specialist/Rep-Payee. HomeStart serves hundreds of people each year in the greater Boston area. HomeStart is an equal opportunity empoloyer and we encourage all to apply because we beleivee a diversity of voices leads to better discussions, decisions and outcomes for everyone.


Submit cover letter AND resume to: Notoshia Dix, Housing Resources Manager, dix@homestart.org. Electronic Submissions only. Job Type: Full Time




Responsibilities


  1. Act as a representative payee for participants who need support in managing their funds and budget. All participants are formerly homeless and are coping with one or more disabilities such as mental health condition, current or history of substance abuse, long-term medical condition etc.
  2. Assume responsibility for timely planning and preparation of check requests as well as utility and rent payments for participants on a weekly and monthly basis.
  3. Pay monthly bills including rent for participants.
  4. Transfer bank funds as needed for payments and spending check requests.
  5. Print and disperse checks according to budget developed with participant.
  6. Balance each participant’s account balance each month.
  7. Update and complete Social Security forms and reports as needed.
  8. Notify Social Security of required beneficiary status changes.
  9. Set-up and maintain all relevant representative payee paperwork and computer spreadsheet records.
  10. In conjunction with the participant and case manager, implement a budget plan and revise as needed.
  11. Maintain accurate and detailed financial records on behalf of program participants.
  12. Support participants maintain their housing through good budgeting and saving.
  13. Help participant’s set-up bank accounts.
  14. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned. The duties and responsibilities listed are designed to provide typical examples of the work performed; not all duties and responsibilities assigned are included here, nor is it expected that all similar positions will be assigned every duty and responsibility.
  15. Currently working remotely but will need the ability to come into the office weekly as needed.




Qualifications


  • Excellent project management skills, including time management, ability to organize and streamline tasks, complete work efficiently, and follow-through on projects.
  • Case management experience with homeless people or other disadvantaged populations.
  • Patience and sensitivity to participants’ emotional issues surrounding money.
  • Solid computer skills required. Must be competent in Microsoft Word and Excel as well as be accurately conduct on-line banking.
  • Accountability with money; excellent documentation skills.
  • Ability to handle frustrated and demanding clients in a calm, appropriate and professional manner.
  • Excellent math skills required.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to work with clients who are active substance abusers.
  • Bilingual a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well with a broad range of people.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Dedication to helping people who are homeless move beyond shelter.




About You


  • Case management/Money management or related social service experience strongly preferred.
  • Strong advocacy skills – assisting in navigating systems, i.e. DTA, Masshealth, SSA, Medical needs
  • Knowledge of homelessness and housing issues preferred
  • Ability to work independently as well as be an integral part of an Awesome Team!
  • Computer literacy and knowledge of Google / Microsoft Office applications preferred




What You Will Be Doing


  • Work closely with people who have experienced long term homelessness, have multiple disabilities and are transitioning to mainstream housing
  • Support clients in becoming independent and successful in their housing by providing follow-up case management services
  • Travel throughout Greater Boston to provide case management services in client’s homes or in the community (e.g. social security office)
  • Provide crisis intervention around mental health, substance abuse, medical and housing related issues.
  • Make referrals as needed to substance abuse treatment centers, mental health agencies, health care providers, vocational/educational resources, legal services, public benefits, food pantries, etc.




What You Will Bring to the Team and Position


  • Experience working with vulnerable at risk individuals and families
  • Dedication to helping people move from homelessness to housing
  • Demonstrated ability to provide quality compassionate service, achieve outcomes, and equally focus on and complete administrative, task oriented and relationship building components of the position





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