Manager of Women's Night Program (WNP)

Job Description

Job Title: Manager of Women’s Night Program (WNP)
Agency: St. Patrick Center
Department: Permanent Supportive Housing
Reports to: Senior Director of Permanent Supportive Housing
Date of Review: April, 2019

Summary of Position: To provide program planning and supervision to the Women’s Night Program. Research and implement evidence-based practices for this program. Provide counseling, assist with case management, crisis intervention, and support to the clients in the Women’s Night Program.

Duties and Responsibilities:
 Scheduling of all employees on different shifts
 Direct supervision of Women’s Night Program functions
 Provide individual counseling and assist with case management for the clients in the Women’s Night Program
 Supervise Women’s Night Program employees
 Manage all program activities input into HMIS systems Caseworthy and Servicepoint
 Act as a liaison with the Housing Resource Center following referrals
 Complete all reports related to grants received from grant funders
 Provide counseling, case management, and crisis intervention for clients
 Provide initial and ongoing assessment of clients’ progress and needs and update monthly
 Handle case management tasks as part of the ICM team
 Carry out specific grant requirements
 Coordinate services with behavioral health staff
 Oversee budget and implement spending based on program and client need
 Refer clients to appropriate community agencies, assisting clients when needed
 Understand and implement the coordinated entry process
 Provide ongoing assessments utilizing the VI-SPDAT and SPDAT
 Be an advocate for the women of the program
 Rotate weekly on call schedule with case manager
 Must possess current Class E Driver’s License (Missouri residents only)
 Other duties as assigned by supervisor

Direct Reports:
 Women’s Night Program Assistants
 Women’s Night Program Case Manager

Skills and Attitudes:
 Counseling and crisis intervention expertise
 Knowledge of trauma related therapies
 Proficient in written communication
 Self motivation
 Willingness to alter work schedule to monitor evening programs
 Good communication skills
 Respect for clients and team members
 Flexibility
 Understanding and knowledge of cultural diversity
 Recognize personal strengths and limitations regarding time, skill, and knowledge
 Able to work with a highly diversified workforce
 Able to adapt to a fast changing/paced workforce and position
 Ability to work with clients that struggle with Substance Use and Severe and Persistent Mental Illnesses
 CPR/AED/First Aid Trained
 Ability to communicate and work as a team member, especially with partner agencies
 Ability to build productive relationships
 Understand workforce demands and adapt to workforce tasks
 Ability to set limits with clients
 Ability to engage new clients
 Ability to assess persons and situations
 Reliable transportation is needed

Knowledge and Experience:
 Understanding of mental illness and chemical dependency
 Trauma Informed Care Trained
 Supervisory experience
 Experience in counseling and case management
 Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related area
 Class E Driver’s license if using agency vehicles or transporting clients

Relationships Required:
Report to Senior Director of Permanent Supportive Housing
Women’s Night Program budget

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St. Patrick Center

At St. Patrick Center, we’re one of Missouri’s largest providers of housing, employment and health opportunities for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. We take an action-based approach to service and offer nationally recognized programs that assist more than 8,000 people each year. Our mission, at its core, is to help individuals and families move from homelessness to independence in dignified, cost-effective and permanent ways. This approach transforms our clients as well as our entire community. For more information about our organization, please visit

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