Life Transformation Coach/ Social Worker

  • Full Time
  • Casper

Website Seton House

Job description:
Seton House is seeking a caring professional to coach single-parent families as they journey toward independence. We are a small non-profit organization located in North Casper. The ideal candidate will be compassionate, non-judgmental, encouraging, patient and ready to serve others. Seton House is looking for an excellent communicator and a team player. The position is full-time from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM M-F with occasional other commitments. (One evening fundraiser event, 2-3 weekend family activities including photos with Santa and an Easter egg hunt, community BBQs in the summer.)


Seton House is a self-sufficiency program for single-parent families experiencing homelessness. Our mission is to support single-parent families in their journey towards independence. Seton House provides personal and professional development through the Connections program–a formally licensed program through Connections to Success. Staff provide support services and transitional housing to participant families. Our commitment to the families we are serving is lifelong. More information about Connections can be found at

Training through Connections will be provided upon hire.

Core Values:
At Seton House we believe in accepting each individual and family as unique and valuable. Staff meet participants where they are and support their self-identified goals for the future. We strive to maintain positive, collaborative relationships inside and outside the agency. We are committed to providing quality support services to our program participants. We serve families with integrity, measuring for efficiency and effectiveness. Teamwork and trust is essential to our working relationships with staff, program participants, and agencies with whom we collaborate.

Primary Responsibilities:

Develop and maintain trusting relationships with participants.
Advocate for program participants who are or have experienced trauma and homelessness.
Make referrals as needed for each individual to partnering agencies and assist with follow-through.
Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with Seton House and outside agencies, schools and community as necessary to provide services. Establish professional, caring, strength-based relationships built on respect, encouragement and trust to ensure a successful and healthy living environment.
Collaboratively process inquiries, conduct interviews, schedule and complete initial intake procedures with program participants.
Assist through the Connections coaching process the development of a life plan including individualized short and long-term goals. Provide ongoing support and encouragement, accountability and resources.
Navigate and work collaboratively with community resources implementing best practice solutions for participants experiencing homelessness.
Work with the entire Seton House team to support family recreation, the building of social capital among clients and support all fundraising and PR objectives for the growth of the organization
Qualifications: Baccalaureate Degree in Social Work or closely related field.

2 years of case management or other support services for families with children in homeless services or in a community support setting.
Effective oral, written and electronic skills.
Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $39,000.00 – $44,000.00 per year

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