Careers at Safer Foundation
The Bond Court Backlog Clearance Specialist is responsible for gathering information from pretrial detainees in the Cook County Jail to assist the court in determining the appropriate terms and conditions of pre-trial release.
Reporting to the Senior Program Officer, the Program Manager will provide effective leadership and oversight of up to three Sub-Awardees of the DOL Intermediary Grant Program - The Midwest Reentry and Employment Network (MREN) which is designed to assist court-involved youth to: (1) overcome legal, educational, personal, training, and other work-related barriers to employment; (2) significantly enhance their employability in high-growth economic sectors; (3) create upward mobility on promising career pathways; and (4) encourage the personal development that makes long-term employment and community participation achievable goals.
The AVP of New Model Program Development will research, design and manage new model programs. That will include leading the research and design teams that will guide team planning, organizational strategizing, external relationship development, funding strategies, program negotiations, program hiring, and data collection.
The Correctional Case Manager is responsible for providing effective comprehensive services and individual interventions to each of the residents on his/her assigned caseload. He/she is also part of team that provides group services and interventions.
Reporting to the Senior Program Officer, the Program Information Specialist will collect and analyze data related to the overall program as well as sub-awardee performance.
The Financial Counselor/Coach is responsible for providing one-on-one and group financial counseling services to Financial Opportunities Center (FOC) clients and being a liaison to the banking community.
The CRC-I is an entry level security position that is responsible for the safety and security needs of the residents, staff and visitors at the two all-male residential correctional facilities on Chicago’s Westside.
Reporting to the Director of Client Services, the Program Administrator is responsible for collecting and analyzing data related to Client Services program outcomes and based on that information, summarizing and reporting the status of contractual deliverables.
The Director of the Training to Work program is responsible for providing oversight, leadership and direction to the recruitment, assessment, case management, retention and supportive services components of the Training to Work operating unit; researching, recommending and implementing evidenced-based best practices; providing guidance and technical support for similar services provided by other units of Safer; coaching and developing unit employees and management/administration of resources to support these activities.
The Support Specialist works as part of the IMPACT team to provide direct client services (including transportation), counsels participants toward accomplishment of case plan goals, provides positive role modeling and actively participates in all program activities including recreation.
The Program Administrator will work closely with the Director of Training to Work 1 & 2 to ensure quality program outcomes in the areas of case management, work readiness, job training and job placement and will assist the Director with programmatic and administrative responsibilities that meet or exceed Safer’s standards.
The Program Manager will provide management and oversight for overall programmatic activities, day to day management of the Training to Work training, job placement program and work closely with internal and external partners to ensure quality program outcomes in the areas of case management, work readiness, job training and job placement.
The Case Manager for the Training to Work program is responsible for providing effective comprehensive services and individual interventions to each of the residents on his/her assigned caseload.
Performs the duties of shift supervisor at one of the all-male Adult Transition Centers. Supervises CRC I security staff during assigned shift to ensure the safety and security needs of residents, staff and visitors.
The Financial Counselor/Coach is responsible for providing individual and group financial counseling services to Training-To-Work clients and being a liaison to the banking community.
The Sector Manager (Job Developer) is responsible for the successful development of long-term employer relationships that result in high numbers of career path placements for Safer’s clients within their assigned sector (transportation, warehousing and distribution, manufacturing, food service/ hospitality, or construction industries).
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