IISTL seeks to hire immediately outreach staff to assist Ukrainians arriving to St. Louis with humanitarian parole status. Position provides outreach to eligible clients for program assessment and community referrals. Must be fluent in English and Ukrainian/Russian languages. ** Grant funded through September 30, 2023 Duties/Responsibilities Perform as an active member of a multidisciplinary behavioral health team Identify points of contact for St. Louis based Ukrainian Parolees Provide outreach to eligible populations; and referrals for programming and community. Support cultural competency training initiatives in the community Maintain documentation of all services within data base Maintain enrollment and outcome data required per grant funding Perform other appropriate duties as assigned. Required Skills/Abilities Ability to maintain confidential information Ability to work both independently as well as within a team Knowledge of community resources Ability to prioritize, effectively manage multiple projects concurrently, and take ownership of work. Ability to meet deadlines Ability to work productively in a multicultural environment and demonstrate respect for differences. Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing. Intermediate to advanced experience with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft 365. Ability to approach and resolve problems in a detail and solution-oriented manner. Other Ukrainian or Russian language required Must have own car or reliable transportation Education and Experience Bachelor's degree in human services or 3+ years working with international populations. The above statements describe the job's essential responsibilities and requirements. They are not an exhaustive list of the duties that may be assigned to job incumbents. Candidates of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. EEO/AA IISTL mandates that all employees and volunteers have proof of current COVID vaccination and booster with allowances for disability and religious exemptions. The International Institute of St. Louis, a nonprofit organization, is our community's immigrant service and information hub. To learn more about the International Institute, visit our website at . Our programs and services for immigrants, their families, and the wider community are locally and nationally-acclaimed. We connect new arrivals with first-touch services and resources, engage foreign-born and the wider community, and build a more inclusive community. To apply through our website or to view other job openings, visit iistl.isolvedhire/jobs/
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