Four Open Positions at The San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team

Four Open Positions at The San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team

The San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team (SFHOT) is dedicated to transitioning the most vulnerable and at-risk homeless individuals into stable living and healthcare environments.  We believe that by providing access to comprehensive services that promote greater health and housing stabilization, we can help the SF community manage the impacts of homelessness.

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, Inc. (PHFE) invites applicants for the following positions (click on link to go to job notice):

$74,000/year: The Psychiatric Social Worker (PSW) provides clinical supervision and administrative coordination for a team of 8 Outreach case managers who carry a case load of up 20 multiply diagnosed, homeless individuals, while carrying a small case load of more complex and clinically challenging clients. Under the supervision of the DPH Senior Social Worker, and Program Director, the PSW provides leadership overseeing client outcomes i.e. benefits, health care, permanent housing, while providing quality assurance and operational oversight. The PSW functions within a team composed of staffing from Department of Public Health (DPH) and Public Health Foundation (PHFE), a private non-profit and interacts with other City Departments, non-profit and for profit organizations. The PSW’s work occurs within the context of DPH clinical policies including Harm Reduction and the Recovery Philosophy. Day shift, M-F.

$55,000/year: The Specialist II is a member of a multidisciplinary team which may include a Specialist I, Social Worker, Nurse Practitioner, Primary Care Physician, Psychiatrist, Housing and Financial Administrators, Vocational and Recreation Counselors.  The Specialist II is a member of a team of Engagement and/or Care Management who works collaboratively to engage, stabilize and house vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals. The Specialist II may be responsible for locating, evaluating, engaging, counseling, transporting and referring individuals to appropriate services. The Specialist II differs from a Specialist I by demonstrating a higher level of engagement and support skills, more knowledge of resources and linkages, greater ability to manage complex care needs, more experience meeting documentation requirements and ability to interface directly with Leaders in the City and community.  Specialist II assignments require ability and willingness to work in either Engagement or Care Management.  SFHOT operates 365 days a year. Specialist IIs work days and/or evenings. There are full and part-time positions available.

$45,919/year: The Specialist I is a member of a multidisciplinary team which may include a Specialist II, Social Worker, Nurse Practitioner, Primary Care Physician, Psychiatrist, Housing and Financial Administrators, Vocational and Recreation Counselors.  The Specialist I is a member of a team of Engagement and/or Care Management, who works collaboratively to engage, stabilize and house vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals. The Specialist I may be responsible for locating, evaluating, engaging, counseling, transporting and referring individuals to appropriate services.  Specialist I assignments require ability and willingness to work in either Engagement or Care Management.  SFHOT operates 365 days a year. Specialist Is work days, evenings, and (3 positions) nights. There are full and part-time positions available.

$19.23/hour: Administrative Assistant. This person will report to the SFHOT Director and support the daily and ongoing operations requirements for the San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team (SFHOT).  This position will serve as a receptionist and in office, support staff. Administrative Assistant will have primary responsibility for greeting homeless clients and other individuals who visit the facility. Office management tasks to include: records management, scheduling, internal/external communication with SFDPH, PHFE, and local vendors. The incumbent will support supervisory staff and assist with human resources, program planning and operations. One full-time position available.