St Paul’s is looking for a Representative Payee (Full-time Permanent):
A Representative Payee is needed to budget and monitor consumer resources in order to ensure accuracy and accountability and to prevent homelessness. Duties include managing consumer’s Social Security benefits by providing for the consumer’s food and shelter expenses and budgeting the remaining funds. To ensure all funds are properly issued and accounted for in accordance with the budget and SPCC Payee procedures.
Ensure budgets are updated annually. Payee(s) maintain filing systems and organization skills are required. Payees are responsible for monitoring consumers accounts to ensure accuracy and accountability. Notify Social Security Administration of any changes in the consumer’s status upon notice and in a timely manner. Reconcile accounting programs with bank statements and file for yearly audit. Open savings accounts for consumers whose funds exceeds normal usage. Works with coworkers on the team to facilitate the payee program. Attend yearly ISP’s and other financial meetings as needed. Inform Social Security, Community Mental Health Centers and other agency staff on the payee policies and procedures. Participates in agency events.
High School Diploma is required. Associate’s Degree in social services, Accounting or related field is preferred. Related experience working with individuals with severe poverty, persistent mental illness and/or substance misuse is preferred. Positive attitude is a must.
The successful candidate must have strong customer service and communication skills. Also, must be moderately proficient with using and understanding computers. Must be able to use Microsoft Office and Quickbooks and other Microsoft Office spreadsheets ie. Excel. Many transactions (90%) and tasks will involve electronic processing or calculations of numbers using multiple data base(s) including bank data base systems. Must be able to read and navigate other basic technology. Driver’s License is required.
Application Deadline: All interested candidates, please submit a cover letter and resume to: Human Resources by July 31st, 2022 at 11:59 PM
Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $14.00 per hour
All Employees, guests and visitors are required to follow the mask mandates as stipulated by the State of Ohio.