Old Pueblo Community Services has been an employer in the social services sector of the Tucson community for over 19 years. We are a driven, dedicated staff, passionate about delivering excellence in the services we provide and empowering clients to live to their full potential. OPCS offers a comfortable work environment. We believe that we can help our clients and have fun in the work place at the same time. We are willing to train those who are passionate about helping people and willing to go the extra mile to help the client and offer opportunities for our staff to move up in the organization.
In alignment with Old Pueblo’s Mission, our staff demonstrates a deep and purposeful commitment to the following Guiding Principles:
- Sense of Urgency
We welcome our clients regardless of race, ethnicity, religious preference, or sexual orientation and employ a diverse workforce to best meet diverse client needs.
Job Status: Full Time
Pay Rate: DOE
Under the direction of the Supportive Housing Manager, the Recovery Coach (RC) will assist the most vulnerable, chronically homeless individuals with obtaining and remaining in permanent housing. The RC will develop Case Plan in conjunction with each new client and follow up with weekly case plan reviews to assist client in reaching identified goals; interview clients to define level of need: personal and family reunification, finances, employment, food, clothing, housing, and substance abuse issues to determine nature and degree of problem; and work closely with program therapists to review progress toward goals with client concerning substance abuse. The RC is charged with maintaining all resident files in a confidential manner and in compliance with HUD and HIPPA standards.
Qualifications include Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in work experience with a social service community organization; self-starter committed to a team approach, responsible and dependable; valid Arizona driver’s license, proof of auto insurance and reliable transportation; and ability to set priorities, meet deadlines and work flexible hours. All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Recovery Coach – ECHO Program Job Description.
Job Status: Full Time
Pay Rate: DOE
Working with the Supportive Housing Team, the Navigator will assist the most vulnerable homeless individuals with obtaining permanent housing. The Navigator will complete assessment forms and review other criteria to determine needs of homeless/disabled individuals. S/he will determine what other supportive services are required, such as case management, substance abuse treatment, mediation, legal services, credit repair, etc. Also assists clients with completion of forms necessary to be considered for placement in permanent housing, throughout the approval process, attends and ensures that client is present at all housing appointments, and coordinates move-in for clients that are approved for ECHO housing.
Qualifications include AA degree preferred, or four years of related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be knowledgeable of services available in Tucson and have the ability to work patiently with clients and staff and be motivated to help people in challenging situations. Basic computer skills and Microsoft Office programs are mandatory. All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Navigator – ECHO Program Job Description.
Job Status: Full Time
Pay Rate: DOE
The Behavioral Health Technician II delivers outpatient substance abuse and dependence behavioral health services, under the direct supervision of a Behavioral Health Professional, to persons identified as substance abuse and/or substance dependent. Duties and Responsibilities include: screenings, assessments, development and implementation of service plans, provide ‘In-Home’ services to the SMI population, assist clients in the management of symptoms of Mental Illness. The BHTII must be ready to respond to a situation in which a client may be a danger to self or a danger to others, behaves in an aggressive manner, or may be experiencing a crisis situation, or a medical emergency. Minimum requirements are Bachelors’ degree in Behavioral Health and/or 3 years’ experience providing direct services to persons designated as ‘SMI.’ All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Behavioral Health Technician II Job Description.
Job Status: Part Time, 3rd Shift, Weekends and Holidays
Pay Rate: DOE + Shift Differential
The Case Aide assists the Recovery Coach in developing case plans in collaboration with the VA Liaison and each new client. Following up with weekly case plan reviews with the VA Liaison to assist client in reaching identified goals. Duties and Responsibilities include interviewing clients to define level of need and referring clients to mainstream services and other service organizations. The Case Aide is Be available to receive new residents on an “on call basis” from the VA and, at intake, access level of need; facilitate showers, laundry, cooking (if needed), and that each new resident is given food. Minimum qualifications include High School Diploma/GED or 2 years’ experience working with clients in need of transitional housing services and a working knowledge of applicable services available in Tucson. Experience in Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) and Motivational Interviewing a plus. All qualifications and duties are outlined in the full Case Aide Job Description.
- At Old Pueblo Community Services, we offer a comfortable working environment and believe that we can help our clients and have fun in the work place at the same time. Salary is based on experience and we are willing to train those who are passionate about helping people and willing to go the extra mile to help the client. That is why OPCS exists. We offer wonderful opportunities for our staff to train and move up in the organization. Full benefit package includes retirement, healthcare, dental, long term disability and life insurance.
- Our agency is dedicated to utilizing CRA and MI strategies and an applicant must be willing to train and apply these strategies and principles.
- Drug screen, criminal and driving background checks, and employment references are checked.
Old Pueblo Community Services Nondiscrimination Policy
Old Pueblo Community Services does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender or gender orientation, disability, Veteran status or age in the administration of any of its programs, admission policies, or in employment.
TO APPLY FOR ANY OF THE OPPORTUNITIES LISTED:
OR send your resume along with a completed
Old Pueblo Job Application
EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PACKAGE:
(For full time non-exempt positions)
Employer Subsidized Health Insurance for Employee and Family
Employer Matching SIMPLE IRA plan
Employer Paid Life Insurance and Vision Plan
Employer Subsidized Dental Plan
Employer Paid Training
120 Hours Paid Time Off (PTO) Per Year