Employment Opportunities

Come and join our incredible team at Community Action Council; where your passion to serve others and your profession come together. 

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*In an effort to center the safety of our clients, staff and their families, and visitors first, to align with our values as an organization, and in alignment with guidance from the CDC and local health authorities, all new hires are required to show proof of vaccination status once an offer of employment is extended as a condition of employment.

Weatherization Technician/Installer
Weatherization Technician/Installer

Career Opportunity: We are looking for our next Weatherization Technician for our Weatherization Program! This person serves on our team working to provide health, safety, and energy efficiency measures to homes. Duties include installing insulation, air sealing, and venting; perform advanced diagnostic testing including structure evaluation, blower door, zonal testing, safety testing, and job planning. Will perform a variety of repairs, carpentry, and glazing tasks as needed. Some knowledge of building construction, insulation and/or weatherization retrofit. Must participate in agency paid technical training.

This is a full-time, 40 hour per week position working Monday-Thursday. Hourly pay begins at $21.01/hour plus applicable prevailing wage rate for classifications worked.

Benefits: CAC offers an excellent benefit package of medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long-term disability and a 401(k). Also included are paid holidays, generous vacation and sick leave benefits.

Required Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent, knowledge of building construction, insulation and/or weatherization retrofit, ability to climb and descend stairs/ladders, work in confined spaces, bend, crawl, push and drag materials and tools, laying on 2×4 trusses while balancing and/or sitting for long periods of time. Valid Washington State driver license and insurance. Due to agency insurance requirements, applicant must be 21 years or older (or turning 21 years old within six months of hire date) and have no major violations within the last three years.

To Apply:

Housing Case Manager
Housing Case Manager

We believe… everyone should have a safe, affordable place to live and call home. We believe all families deserve to be warm, healthy, and housed. We believe securing a family’s health and well-being is a long-term investment in individual and our community. We believe everyone should have access to enough healthy, nutritious food to thrive in school, work, and at home. We believe in actively working with our community to provide resource referrals, training opportunities, and partnerships.

Summary Job Description:  With direction and supervision from the Housing Program Manager this position would manage a Foundational Community Supports program client caseload administered by CAC. The case manager provides person centered interviews with clients to help identify strengths, needs and challenges. The case manager will also provide education about housing and employment choices and develop strategies for accessing programs.

This is a full-time, 40 hour per week position working Monday-Thursday, located at our Shelton office. Hourly pay range is $23.77 to $38.20/hour depending on qualifications.

Benefits: CAC offers an excellent benefit package of medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long-term disability and a 401(k). Also included are paid holidays, generous vacation and sick leave benefits.

Position Duties

  • Meet clients where they are, either on the streets or at other service facilities to explain offered services and establish a working relationship;
  • Maintain a caseload of 20-30 clients on an on-going basis;
  • Provide outreach and housing-focused case management services in a culture-informed and trauma-informed manner;
  • Assist clients in obtaining housing and maintaining housing stability;
  • Assist clients in obtaining employment and maintaining employment stability;
  • Assess client’s needs for mental health, primary medical care, and substance use according to their stage of change, focusing on reducing harmful consequences of behavior;
  • Advocate for clients with a variety of other service providers to include client landlords;
  • Provide ongoing support to clients once they are housed to maintain housing and improve quality of life;
  • Conducts intake and initial interviews with clients ensuring that all Medicaid programs and other applicable contractual requirements are met/in compliance;
  • Initiates and maintains a paper trail related to general terms and conditions of the programs and its inventory – if applicable;
  • Develops rapport with individuals and family members as applicable;
  • Assist individuals in assessing and prioritizing their basic living needs;
  • Monitor and follow-up case management process including on-going assessment and referrals of needs and services as appropriate;
  • Assist clients in in planning ways to meet their identified needs;
  • Make referrals and appropriate linkages to necessary services – as needed/appropriate;
  • Maintain client records on an on-going basis;
  • Prepare monthly reports including statistical data;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Educational methodologies to foster self-esteem, self-advocacy, problem solving and critical thinking processes;
  • Analytical skills;
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills;
  • Research and investigative skills;
  • Organization and prioritization skills;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously;
  • Ability in problem-solving and decision making;
  • Proficiency in information and technology;
  • Must have the ability to work independently and organize work to meet appropriate deadlines;
  • Be flexible;
  • Maintain confidentially;
  • Ability to provide crisis intervention, have problem solving techniques; provide basic case management processes and procedures;
  • Work cooperatively and be able to exchange information with other organizations and agencies as appropriate;
  • Ability to relate to and communicate effectively with persons of diverse socio-economic, ethnic, religious, education and handicap backgrounds;
  • Ability to become proficient in internal database systems.

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in social services or other related field;
  • Experience and working knowledge of Foundational Community Supports (FCS);
  • Two years’ experience in the field of social services;
  • One year experience in Coordinated Entry;
  • Experience with low-income individuals and families;
  • Experience working with populations who experience housing crisis;
  • Ability to provide crisis intervention, have problem solving techniques, provide basic case management processes and procedures;
  • Must be able to demonstrate having the ability to proficiently use Microsoft office, and other software systems.

Additional Requirements:

  • Must have a valid Washington State driver’s license (in good standing) when operating a privately owned vehicle on official Agency business; must comply with Washington State’s liability laws when operating a privately owned vehicle on job-related business.
  • Applicants must produce proof of authorization to work in the United States at time of job offer.
  • Documentation establishing authorization to work may include: Social Security Card, Certificate of Birth in the United States or other approved documentation.  A picture ID will also be required.  In addition, and at the Councils expense, if an applicant is offered a position, there will be a comprehensive background check.
  • The above is a non-exempt position as defined under the professional portion of the Fair Labor Standards Act related to minimum rate and overtime requirements, therefore any overtime worked will need to be cleared in advance by your supervisor.
  • The statements contained in this position outline reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility,but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements.
  • Individuals may perform other related duties as assigned including work in other departments with the Family Services area.

To Apply:

  • Review Housing Case Manager – November 2023 for requirements;
  • Submit ASAP – this position has continuous application acceptance – however you are encouraged to apply quickly as it will close once an adequate candidate pool is collected.

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