JFS strives to employ people who believe in its mission, vision and values and who find great reward and pride in delivering human services to people from all walks of life. Our supportive agency culture includes significant autonomy in everyone’s work, reflected in the flexibility provided in scheduling where and when employees work. We value healthy professional and personal life balance.
We encourage collaboration and engagement with one another. By working together, we boost organizational capacity, deliver better programs and outcomes, find common ground, and plant the seeds of rewarding friendships. We also offer opportunities to serve on several employee-driven committees including our diversity, equity and inclusion committee, lunch and learn committee, and activity committee. We also encourage and provide the freedom to grow personally and professionally.
JFS is dedicated to building an equitable environment and strongly encourages applications from Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, transgender and non-binary candidates. Though we are a Jewish organization, many of our clients and employees are not Jewish and we encourage those of any (or no) faith to apply. All positions remain open until a diverse and qualified pool of candidates is identified. We know there are great candidates who may not fit into the criteria we’ve outlined here, or who have important skills we haven’t listed. If that’s you, please don’t hesitate to apply anyway and tell us about yourself.
JFS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We honor, encourage and succeed on diversity, equity and inclusion for the benefit of our employees, volunteers and clients. All applicants will be considered for employment.
To request an accommodation, contact us at (651) 698-0767.
Full time employees enjoy competitive benefits including:
- 37.5 hour work week for full time positions
- 403b retirement plan (fully vested on first day of employment)
- 403b matching
- Employee assistance program
- Flexible schedule
- Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
- Health savings account
- Flexible spending account
- Generous paid time off for vacation, illness and family emergencies
- Paid parental leave
- Professional development assistance including license renewal fees and CEU/training reimbursement
- Public service loan forgiveness
JFS is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
Development and Administrative Assistant (Part-time 16-24 hours/week)
Serve as agency receptionist, provide general administrative support, and assist with donation processing and acknowledgment. Hourly rate for this position is $20-22/hr.
- Model and foster behavior that establishes a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion.
- Open/close office.
- Serve as first line of contact to agency visitors and callers including greeting and assisting clients and guests, and answering and directing incoming calls to the main phone line.
- Inventory and put away office supplies.
- Maintain reception area, copy room and breakroom.
- Distribute incoming mail and process outgoing mail.
- Record donations in fundraising database, includes cash, checks, credit cards, and ACH donations.
- Create, print, and mail acknowledgement letters and tribute letters according to standard procedures.
- Assist staff with office equipment issues, including agency copier, and contact vendors when needed.
- Special projects as assigned by the Director of Development or the Office Manager.
- Other duties as assigned.
An individual in this position must be able to successfully perform the essential responsibilities listed above. Reasonable accommodation may be available to individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
- High school diploma
- Microsoft 365 experience – Word, Excel, Outlook mail and calendar.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent customer service skills.
- Experience with CRM databases preferred.
Provide comprehensive case management services for seniors and individuals living with disabilities that are enrolled into MSHO/MSC+ state health plans. This is a full time (37.5 hours per week) remote position; however, in-person attendance of several meetings will be required. The salary range for this position is $22-26 per hour.
- Manage a caseload of clients who are 65 and older who are primarily on the Elderly Waiver.
- Initiate, facilitate, and maintain home care-based services for clients
- Collaborate with family and others from the client’s support system to ensure client’s needs are met
- Collaborate with medical professionals and care teams, as needed
- Make referrals to other agencies or resources as appropriate.
- Assist with transitions and discharge planning when a client is returning home from the hospital or nursing home.
- Utilize interpreters for effective communication with clients from various backgrounds
- Participate in mandatory in-person team meetings and case consultation discussions.
- Participate in mandatory 1:1 meeting with direct supervisor, frequency and method of contact are flexible
- Participate in health plan and DHS trainings and meetings, as required
- Provide coverage for other members of the care coordination team, as assigned
- Adhere to health plan’s procedures and regulations
- Follow agency procedures for keeping and maintaining electronic client files
- Participate in team meetings and case consultation discussions.
- Participate in health plan and DHS trainings and meetings
- Provide coverage for intake as needed. Provide backup coverage for other members of the senior service department
- Adhere to NASW Code of Ethics, personnel practices and other designated policies and procedures.
- Maintain Social Work license with the State of Minnesota
An individual in this position must be able to successfully perform the essential duties and responsibilities listed above. Reasonable accommodation may be available to individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
- Bachelor’s degree in social work or nursing required
- Licensure as a Social Worker through the Minnesota Board of Social Work (LSW, LGSW, LISW, or LICSW) or as a Registered Nurse/RN through the Minnesota Board of Nursing
- Valid driver’s license and a personal vehicle to use for agency business