Suncoast Partnership is seeking an Intake Specialist for their Coordinated Entry Program.
Mission and Statement of Cooperation:
The mission of the Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness (SPEH) is to prevent and end homelessness by uniting the communities of Manatee and Sarasota Counties through engagement and collaboration with business and civic leaders, service providers, faith-based organizations, advocates, concerned citizens, and people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. SPEH encourages and expects a high degree of cooperation and collaboration among its staff and stakeholders. The specific duties of each position require flexibility and cooperation to achieve organizational goals and objectives.
The person in this position will be responsible for engagement with those experiencing homelessness to complete Access Point intakes into our coordinated entry system, monitoring access points completed by other service providers for data quality, and assisting with the implementation of policies and procedures of coordinated entry as directed.
Essential Job Functions:
Serve as an individual outreach Access Point and enter clients into our community coordinated entry system (Oneby1) by completing Access Point intakes in Community Services Information System (CSIS).
Run a CSIS report each day for a listing of completed Access Points within our system the prior day and review each one for data consistency and accuracy. Notify providers of corrections as applicable, and monitor AP updates to ensure corrections are made.
Work daily with the Project Manager, Coordinated Entry to ensure open lines of communication between the intake portion of the coordinated entry system and the management of the community by-name list.
Research guidelines, best practices, and policies and procedures for serving survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking through coordinated entry and federally funded housing projects within the Continuum of Care.
Work with Suncoast Partnership leadership, and committees of the Leadership Council when directed, to incorporate the research into formal policies and procedures and action plans.
Participate in case conferencing.
Record minutes for case conferencing.
Collaborate effectively and foster relationships with community partners.
Uphold the values and advocate for the mission of the Suncoast Partnership.
Participate in all required trainings.
Follow all policies and procedures of the Suncoast Partnership.
Since 1994, Florida Coalition to End Homelessness (FCEH) has distinguished itself as the state’s leading voice on homeless policy. Today, FCEH continues to demonstrate an unwavering commitment to addressing homelessness in Florida by working with state and federal stakeholders to develop solution-driven practices.
FCEH provides training, resources, support, and advocacy to assist members in their efforts to help the homelessness in their local communities. Our members come from a wide range of backgrounds, but all share a passion for helping others.