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2801 West Bancroft St./MS 119

Toledo, Ohio 43606

Phone: 419.530.5590

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Job Postings


Franklin County Municipal Court job Openings

 

The Franklin County Municipal Court is the largest and busiest municipal court in the State of Ohio. The Court has fourteen judges in the General Dvision and one judge in the Environmental Division. Judges preside over civil, criminal, and traffic cases and conduct both jury and court trials. The Court's jruisdiction includes traffic cases, misdeanor criminal cases, and civil cases where the amout at issue is $15,000 or less. The Environmental Division has exclusive jurisdiction to enforce local codes and regulations affecting real property, such as fire and building codes. The geographic jurisdiction of the Court is all of Franklin County and those portions of the City of Columbus that extend beyond the boundaries of Franklin County. Despite its jurisdiction and name, the Frnaklin County Municipal Court if the judicial branch of the City of Columbus government.

Job Posting for Court Reporter 01_30_17

Job Posting for Probation Special Programs Coordinator 02_24_17

Job Posting for Specialized Docket Coordinator CATCH 03_17_17

RFQ for Independent Contractors for Mediation

 

Franklin County Municipal Court
Court Administration Office
375 South High Street- 10th floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Attention: Abbie Armitage

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Case Manager/Neighborhood Adviser (Full-time) - Senior Services

 

The Salvation Army is currently seeking a full-time Case Manager/Neighborhood Adviser for our Senior Services Social Day Program.

 

This position will provide case management and housing crisis intervention to help participants maintain a safe and healthy life environment, safe affordable housing and a stable living situation as a means to prevent homelessness and/or hospitalization.

 

Responsibilities:


  • Conduct single point of entry assessments and support work with the client/family to develop an individualized permanent plan and action steps.
  • A cell phone will be will be available and shared with the network of funders and service providers as well as the senior population.
  • Initiating intake process from assessment to assignment by Senior Services team that will allow for maintaining regular contact with clients, conducting home visits as needed, frequency determined by client and worker as service plan develops.
  • Provide brokerage and networking advocacy, coordinating service with other providers, agencies and programs, and making referrals for auxiliary services as needed.
  • Maintain case narratives, statistical information, and provide ongoing assessments and case recommendations.
  • Complete quarterly case assessments.
  • Provide support to Senior Services team and provide in-house support to seniors who come to the Center seeking assistance.
  • Actively participate in case conferences, staff meetings, service coordination meetings, supervision, professional and in-service training sessions.
  • Assist with housing search, connect with Landlords, and collect housing information.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelors' Degree in Human Services and minimum one year related experience required.

  • Specific experience in connecting with the hard to reach seniors.
  • Have knowledge of benefits and entitlement programs, housing services and knowledge of aging and community resources required.
  • Must have a car and valid NYS driver’s license that meets The Salvation Army’s insurance requirements.
  • Must meet training requirements as defined by agency and departmental training plan.

The Salvation Army is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration regardless of disability status, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic.

 

Last Updated: 7/25/17