Education & Outreach Specialist

FT; 37.5 hrs/week; Plans, organizes, and directs primary prevention and other educational programs for daycares, pre-schools, grades K-12, college students, educators, parent/teacher organizations, healthcare professionals, as well as for youth and adult community groups, and professional groups.  Candidates must have experience providing trainings for large audiences and be familiar with the use of multi-media technology, including social media platforms.  Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary.
Send cover letter and resume to Lee Shultz at ATTN: Education & Outreach Specialist.

Coordinated Entry Specialist

The DV Coordinated Entry Specialist will work directly with victim service programs throughout the Western PA Continuum of Care (CoC) (One by One) to ensure that all survivors of domestic violence who are experiencing a housing crisis are able to access safe, affordable, and permanent housing through the One by One Coordinated Entry System of Western PA. This position will provide technical assistance to victim service providers about Coordinated Entry and work with each agency to address their specific needs and concerns with regard to participating in the coordinated entry system. The Coordinated Entry Specialist will also work to improve relationships among victim service providers and housing/homeless providers across the CoC to better serve the complex needs of survivors.
This position is full-time with primarily daytime and early evening hours. Benefits such as health insurance and generous paid time off is included.  This position requires travel throughout the 20-County Continuum of Care.  This position may work remotely with some required office days at Arise main offices located in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania.
Send cover letter and resume to Erin Brand at ATTN: Coordinated Entry Specialist.

Case Manager

The Case Manager is responsible for the ongoing development and provision of housing services for Transitional Housing and Rapid Rehousing program participants to assure general program compliance and participant success. Responsibilities include: conducting housing assessments for eligible program participants and prioritizing housing offers based on risk; assisting eligible program participants in locating housing in Lawrence County and beyond; building and maintaining strong professional relationships with local landlords; delivering housing counseling and safety planning services for adults, children and families; representing the agency by participating in local, regional and state housing coalitions; and, maintaining client files and data entry systems including, but not limited to, case notes, service plans, and other important program participant documentation as required by funders.
This is a full-time position that includes benefits such as health insurance and generous paid time off.
Send cover letter and resume to Erin Brand at ATTN: Case Manager.