Posted on August 4, 2021
To provide support for a second Case Manager who will expand their capacity to provide group and one-on-one support to better meet the case management needs of their program participants as the agency increases enrollments within their job training programs. Many HOPE jobseekers face challenges related to mental health, housing, phone access, food insecurity, childcare, and much more, which often act as barriers to their success in the program and ultimately in the job market and the workforce. This additional Case Manager is needed to help provide one-on-one support for these ongoing challenges, conduct needs assessments, advocate on clients’ behalf, and connect them to crucial resources. This work has proven essential for supporting clients as they train and search for jobs. As HOPE adds new programs and expands their impact as part of their strategic plan, the additional Case Manager will help ensure that they have the capacity to meet the case management needs of all clients. HOPE empowers New Yorkers to build sustainable futures through comprehensive training, jobs, advancement and lifelong career support, with specialized training in the emerging green sector as well as general industry preparedness.