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Training Specialist – Indianapolis

The purpose of this position is to teach Cultural Orientation, Employment Readiness, and Financial Literacy classes to clients of the agency in coordination with the education and training team, as well as to assist with the planning, assessment, and logistical elements of these classes. The Training Specialist will ensure that trainings are delivered in a culturally appropriate manner with the goal of helping clients attain self-sufficiency. Read more about the position and qualifications here!

Applications may submit a cover letter and resume to Kari Moore at kmoore@exodusrefugee.org. Please include salary expectations in your cover letter. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.  No walk-ins or phone calls.

LCORE (Language, Cultural Orientation, and Readiness for Employment) Associate – Indianapolis

The purpose of the position is to provide support to the LCORE team by assisting with logistics and documentation related to all LCORE offerings, including English as a New Language classes, Cultural Orientation, and other client trainings. This position will also be responsible for coordinating transportation trainings to assist clients in accessing LCORE offerings and in providing a variety of other supports to clients as needed to assist them in accessing trainings. Read more about the position and qualifications here!

Applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to Kari Moore at kmoore@exodusrefugee.org. Please include salary expectations in your cover letter. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.  No walk-ins or phone calls.

 

Special Populations Case Aid (Ukraine) – Indianapolis

The Special Populations Case Aide provides trauma-informed services to specific groups not traveling through the typical resettlement process, such as Ukrainian Humanitarian Parolees (UHPs) and other Office of Refugee Resettlement-eligible clients. This position conducts intakes, provides outreach to the community, delivers core program services, and provides language access. Read more about the position and qualifications here!

Applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to Kari Moore at kmoore@exodusrefugee.org.  Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.  No walk-ins or phone calls.

 

Human Resources  Manager – Indianapolis

The Human Resources Manager will oversee key aspects of Exodus’s hiring processes. This includes but is not limited to: recruiting, interviewing, orienting, and onboarding of new employees. The HR Manager will also ensure that the agency is compliant with all relevant laws regarding employment. This position will review and update best practices in employment to stay current and competitive, including areas such as staff compensation and benefits benchmarks; updating policies and procedures; incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives; and other needs that arise. Read more about the position and qualifications here!

Applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to Megan Hochbein at mhochbein@exodusrefugee.org.  Please include salary expectations in cover letter. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.  No walk-ins or phone calls.

 

Services to Asylum Seekers Coordinator – Indianapolis

The purpose of this position is to provide comprehensive, trauma-informed case management services to clients new to Exodus whose immigration status do not fit into the scope of other programming. The position will be flexible in who it is serving related to ongoing changes in the immigration system. The coordinator will primarily serve clients who are seeking asylum and eligible Haitian and Cuban entrants. The coordinator will be cross-trained and may assist in serving certified and pre-certified victims of human trafficking based on agency case load needs. The coordinator will work closely with the Manager of Extended Services and other staff to develop the program and engage with community providers to identify resources, including referrals for ongoing care. Read more about the position and qualifications here!

Applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to Katey Humphries at khumphries@exodusrefugee.org.  Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.  No walk-ins or phone calls.

 

Employment Specialist – Indianapolis

The purpose of the Employment Specialist position is to provide our clients with the necessary knowledge and basic skills that will allow them to obtain entry-level employment leading to self-sufficiency. The Employment Specialist provides theoretical and practical employment orientation to employable clients, including newly arrived refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, parolees, secondary migrants, and refugees, all within 5 years of arrival.  He or she educates clients on American workplace attitudes, practices, and expectations; assesses individual skill and employment history through written assessments and verbal interviewing; maps out client employability plans; and provides skill enhancement opportunities as necessary. The Employment Specialist provides practical training in filling out job applications and interviewing as well as assistance with resume and cover letter writing as necessary.  He or she may also provide budgetary and financial counseling to clients. Read more about the position and qualifications here!

Applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to Yaza Swe at yswe@exodusrefugee.org. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.  No walk-ins or phone calls.

R&P Case Manager – Indianapolis

The purpose of the R&P Case Manager is to provide intensive case management services primarily during the Reception & Placement (R&P) period, the first 90 days from a refugee’s date of arrival and up to 6 months. The R&P Case Manager provides and documents these services in accordance with the guidelines listed in the Cooperative Agreement. The R&P Case Manager is the first and most important service provider in the lives of newly arriving refugees. As such, they maintain regular and consistent contact with the refugee(s), assess and monitor refugees’ needs and goals, advocate on behalf of refugees to guarantee that they receive benefits and quality care, and make referrals to both Exodus programs and outside organizations to ensure that refugees’ needs are met. Read more about the position qualifications here!

Applicants may submit a resume and cover letter to Kam Huai at khuai@exodusrefugee.org. Please include salary expectations in the cover letter. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No walk-ins or phone calls.

Client Services Associate – Bloomington

The purpose of this position is to provide comprehensive trauma-informed intakes and case management services to clients in various programs and phases of resettlement. The Client Services Associate will enroll all refugee secondary migrants, asylees, and other eligible individuals into the Refugee Support Services (RSS) program. After enrollment, the associate will make referrals to appropriate state and local services, such as the Division of Family Resources, area schools, health department, etc. The Associate will also provide supportive case management services for other programs such as Matching Grant and Reception and Placement as needed. This position will help connect clients to trainings, classes, or other programming that will assist them in becoming self-sufficient. Read more about the position qualifications here! 

Applicants may submit a resume and cover letter to Erin Aquino at eaquino@exodusrefugee.org. Please include salary expectations in the cover letter. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No walk-ins or phone calls.