International Institute is seeking mature-self starters who are well-organized, detail-oriented, able to work in fast-paced social services environment. Qualifications for each position vary. Positions include medical, dental and pension benefits. Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to:
Position Title (as follows)
3654 S. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63118
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faxed to (314) 773-6047.
Economic Development Intake Specialist
Provide general reception services. Screen clients for program eligibility. Provide support to Business Specialists in routine duties to, manage client relationships and maintain client records, including but not limited to data entry into loan management software.
Qualifications: Training in office procedures and use of office equipment. Ability to communicate accurately and clearly both orally and in writing; pleasant telephone manner; customer service oriented; can do approach to work. Knowledge of computers; specifically, experience in Microsoft Office is required. Good organizational skills and accuracy. Excellent problem solving and people skills also required.
Other Information: Position is 4 days a week, from Monday to Thursday. (32 hours)
Case Manager: Home Study and Post Release Services
Work with USCRI’s Immigrant Children’s Case Management Program, to provide Home Study (HS) and Post Release Services (PRS) for Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC).
Qualifications: MSW; previous Case Management experience and work with immigrant populations.
Other Information: Must speak Spanish. Position requires frequent travel.
Client Advocate: Preferred Communities Program
The Client Advocate provides Extended Case Management services to vulnerable refugees enrolled in the Preferred Communities Program by providing them with the best opportunities for self-sufficiency and integration in their new communities through extended strengths-based case management.
Following the completion of an intake, Client Advocates and clients will focus on identifying client strengths in addition to current areas of need, working together to develop a service plan, and building long-term supports including family, community, and other available resources.
Qualifications: BSW or AA Degree; experience working with refugee populations and with case management. Knowledge of community resources.
Other Information: Position requires having a car. Foreign language is a plus.
Part-Time Interpreters and Translators
We hold contracts with freelance interpreters and translators of over fifty languages. Currently International Institute Language Services (IILS) is in need of part-time interpreters and translators of the following languages: Thai, Mai Mai, Bosnian, Ukrainian, Amharic, Spanish, Laotian, Vietnamese, Burmese, Russian, Hindi and Dari.
(If you are a highly fluent bi-lingual speaker and you are interested in professional-level interpretation and translation, click here to submit your application online and we will contact you directly.)