Employment Opportunities at HUF

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Employment Opportunities at HUF

 

HEALTH NAVIGATORTo view this job description, click here.

Summary: The Health Navigator (HN) shall provide information to help clients increase their awareness of healthcare options, benefits and service. The HN will help determine applicant’s eligibility for health services and assist them in the enrollment process in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace and/or access to low or no cost primary health care services, food stamps (SNAP), Medicaid, Medicare and other public benefits available in Broward County. The HN will help reduce disparities and increase healthcare access for uninsured and underinsured individuals and families. The HN is responsible for identifying and connecting clients to appropriate services and monitoring clients’ progress.

Other Necessary Forms (click on links to download the following documents):

Employment Application
Background Check

Applications  will be accepted starting on October 4, 2017.

All interested candidates must submit their resume, complete and return the attached applications and consent forms. Any submission sent without a resume, the signed job application, completed employment application and other consent forms will not be considered.  

Contact: Please email resume and necessary forms to epineda@hispanicunity.org

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Immigration Paralegal or BIA Accredited RepresentativeTo view this job description, click here.

Summary: The Immigration Paralegal provides support to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) accredited representative on staff with the preparation and filing of petitions and applications with federal government agencies. The Paralegal may assist in such tasks as: drafting filings and applications, preparing routine correspondence, researching immigration law and procedures and case management. 

Other Necessary Forms (click on links to download the following documents):

Employment Application
Background Check

Time Frame:

- Resumes will be accepted starting August 24 through October 13, 2017

- Interviews will be scheduled for October 18 - 22, 2017   

- Start date: The first week of November 2017

All interested candidates must submit their resume, complete and return the attached applications and consent forms. Any submission sent without a resume, the signed job application, completed employment application and other consent forms will not be considered.  

Contact: Please email resume and necessary forms to malvarado@hispanicunity.org

 


 

Database Systems Coordinator- To view this job description, click here.

Summary: Efforts to Outcomes™ (ETO) is a comprehensive case management and data collection system that serves as the Center for Working Families’ primary database tool as part of our integrated program approach.  The Database Systems Coordinator (DSC) is responsible for ETO administration, reporting, training and user support to ensure the proper use of ETO by the staff. Ensuring timely and complete collection of client data, as well as enabling generation of accurate status and progress reports on a regular and ad hoc basis. The DSC also provides key technical administration and expertise in development and use of ETO and other database system like Service & Activities Management Information System (SAMIS) as required to track performance measures and progress of clients. This position reports to the Economic Development Management and is a member of the Economic Development Department. There are no direct staff reports to this position.

The incumbent works closely with a diverse group of staff members and stakeholders – and maintains dialogue on a daily/weekly/monthly/quarterly basis to improve the data collection through the program(s).

Other Necessary Forms (click on links to download the following documents):

Employment Application
Background Check

All interested candidates must submit their resume, complete and return the attached applications and consent forms. Any submission sent without a resume, the signed job application, completed employment application and other consent forms will not be considered.  

Contact: Please email resume and necessary forms to iekblad@hispanicunity.org

 


 

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Hispanic Unity of Florida: Client Stories

Hispanic Unity was founded more than 34 years ago by community leaders to ease the acculturation transition for newcomers from other nations. Today this nonprofit provides assistance through 12 programs and 30+ services, in four languages, to Broward's diverse community. Hispanic Unity remains the county's largest agency dedicated to the immigrant population, providing them with the tools they need to build a new life. In 2015, the agency served 17,000+ clients, from toddlers to adults.