Conduct SNAP intake and eligibility screening using prescribed tools and data portals while using care to accurately document and input client information as reported. Maintain high levels of confidentiality in communication, documentation, and storage of client information. Identify, assemble, and maintain a collection of community resources for clients and make appropriate referrals based on the needs presented. Help assemble or provide information about the appropriate documentation required for SNAP from potential applicants.
Resource Development & Sustainability
Identify barriers to the SNAP application process and help to develop sustainable solutions. Cultivate new and innovative approaches to engage potentially eligible participants in the SNAP application process. Produce monthly narratives that encourage and inspire readers to support SNAP and Shared Harvest Foodbank (SHF).
Provide monthly reports detailing client demographics, location, applications filed, and potential monthly benefits accrued, and any other data required by grantors and partner organizations. Meet monthly activity goals.
Act as liaison between JFS and client to ensure timely processing of client applications and to resolve any issues that may arise. Communicate with partner agencies and answer any questions they have about the various programs offered at SHF.
Excellent organization skills
Computer and web application literacy (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.…)
Commitment to understanding and supporting SHF’s mission
Strong sense of mission and ethics
Willingness to travel and has a reliable insured vehicle
Proper and effective communication skills
Ability to stand, sit, walk, and travel as needed
Ability to work independently in many diverse environments
Salary: $29,000 to $32,000 annually depending on experience.
Comprehensive benefits package and mileage reimbursement.
Send resume’s to email@example.com no later than December 15, 2017