EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Since 1995, Chapman Partnership has been assisting homeless men, women and children in transitioning off the streets of Miami-Dade County and on their way to attaining greater stability and self-sufficiency in their lives. As the private sector partner of the Miami Dade County Homeless Trust, we have continually been recognized as a national model for our comprehensive approach to helping the homeless. Our program’s main catalyst for success…the Homeless Assistance Centers…operate as one-stop temporary care entry points that provide not just food and shelter, but comprehensive case management, healthcare, daycare, job training and other assistance from a variety of social service agencies all under one roof.

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BENEFITS AT CHAPMAN PARTNERSHIP

Eligible employees at Chapman Partnership are provided a wide range of benefits. A number of the programs (such as Social Security, workers’ compensation, and unemployment insurance) cover all employees in the manner prescribed by law.

Benefits eligibility is dependent upon a variety of factors, including employee classification. Your supervisor can identify the programs for which you are eligible. If an employee were to ever change from a “full-time employment” status to an “independent contractor” or part-time status, he/she would not be eligible for any company-sponsored benefits. Details of many of these programs can be found elsewhere in the Employee Handbook. The following benefit programs are available to eligible employees: 401(k) Savings Plan, Dental Insurance (option), Educational Assistance, Health Insurance (Employee, Spouse and Family), Jury Duty Leave, Long-Term Disability, Military Leave, Short-Term Disability, Paid Time Off, Life Insurance.

All employees have the right to confidentiality of their medical information and the right to refuse or approve the release of specific information except when the release is required by law.

Equal Opportunity Employer: Vet/Disability

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Food Service Assistant P/T – South

Reports to: Food Service Supervisor

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

The Food Service Assistant provides support in areas such as production, safety, sanitation, customer service, catered events and other aspects as needed. More

Resident Relations Coordinator – North

Reports to: Training Program Manager

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

The Resident Relations Coordinator (RRC) is responsible for orienting new residents to the Center and Community Service Program. The RRC shall assess the new intakes for particular job related skills, aptitude and interest for appropriate linkage with community service assignments during his/her stay at Chapman Partnership. The RRC is also responsible for scheduling, training and supervising all Community Service activities.
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P/T Child Development Specialist – North/South

Reports to: Child Development Supervisor

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

The Family Resource Center’s (FRC) Child Development Specialist (CDS) assists the FRC staff in the instructional process, recreational activities, and the execution of FRC and/or building duties. More

Maintenance Custodian – South

Reports to: Lead Maintenance Custodian

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

Provide a safe and clean living facility. For all locations as needed – Emergency after hours work as needed – Shift/schedule may change as needed.
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F/T-P/T Resident Care Technician – North/South

Reports to: Lead Senior Resident Care Technician

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

Monitor the Center and supervise residents. Document all activities, including, but not limited to, behavior, incidents and accident reports. Mediate and resolve disputes, and prevent and reduce tension in the facility. Ensure residents have a safe and secure living facility. More

Case Manager – North

Reports to: Program Services Manager

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

Case management services will be guided by ethical principles respecting autonomy, dignity, privacy and the rights of the individual. Chapman Partnership case manager provides case management services to residents and families with children to meet their social and emotional needs as they impinge on their medical, social, psychological, economic, and spiritual condition, and the safe transition from one environment to another. More

Food Service Assistant – North

Reports to: Food Service Supervisor

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

The Food Service Assistant provides support in areas such as production, safety, sanitation, customer service, catered events and other aspects as needed. More

Follow-Up Case Manager – South

Reports to: Program Services Manager

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

Works in close conjunction with the Housing Specialists to ensure that all residents who have been out placed in permanent housing maintain successful outplacement for at least a year. Will be responsible for a large amount of data entry, telephone follow-up and local travel for home visits. The follow up case management takes a holistic approach in assessing the client’s progress. Based on the information gathered, case manager determines the needs and seeks resources for clients if needed. Also responsible for the DCF Access Program connecting clients with benefits. More

Resident Care Manager – North

Reports to: VP, Operations

I. Summary of Position: Describe the major objective of this position:

Provide oversight and direct supervision of 3 resident care shifts at assigned center to include on-site supervision and support of resident care staff and 24 hour on-call access. More