Aftercare Manager

Bethlehem House - Omaha



Name of Facility: Bethlehem House
2301 S. 15th Street
Omaha, Nebraska

Submitted By

Name: TJ Ernst


Department: Aftercare
Reports to: Gina Tomes

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Position Summary:
Implement and coordinate Bethlehem House Aftercare case management and programming for Bethlehem House Alumni. Provide vision for programming goals, objectives and activities designed to challenge and empower women to overcome hardships and to attain self-sufficiency. Develop community partnerships in faith, education, and health to provide ongoing growth opportunities for Bethlehem House aftercare participants.

Build, enhance and grow relationships with Bethlehem House alumni. Understand and identify the needs of active alumni and culture of our community and provide a pathway to programming with current Bethlehem House residents. This relationship and pathway require mentorship while residents are active at Bethlehem House.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide direct case management and home visit services for Bethlehem House active alumni.

Identify short and long-term goals in partnership with alumni. Create working, sustainable, plans with each participant. Identify barriers, networks, and healthy pathways.

Develops and maintains strong working relationships with hospitals, community centers, healthcare providers, medical societies, industry partners, and state/county health departments.

Works collaboratively with aftercare staff to identify group topics for programming needs, and with program staff, to evaluate program activities and developing program expansion projects.

Complete monthly reporting and documentation of all contact and supportive services being provided.

Maintain and foster healthy community relationships that will add value, benefits, and networks to aftercare programming: healthcare, faith communities, churches, community resources, educational institutions, non-profit partners and more.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Job Knowledge:
Therapy and Counseling
Customer and Personal Service
Philosophy and Theology
Law and Government
Computer Software Applications

Social Perceptiveness
Judgment and Decision Making
Complex Problem Solving
Active Listening
Effective Communicator
Service Orientation

Oral Comprehension and Expression
Written Comprehension
Problem Sensitivity

Education and Experience
3-5 years in a health and human services field, or an undergraduate degree in Social Work, or Registered Nurse or Licensed Alcohol Drug Addiction Counselor preferred.

Will deal with individuals in crisis. Requires dealing calmly and effectively with high stress situations. Exposed to a combination of normal office type environments. Must have reliable transportation. Travel is minimal and limited to local meetings.

Application Instructions

Please send a cover letter and resume over to TJ Ernst at If you have any questions regarding this position prior to applying, please call the house at 402-502-9224 and ask for either Gina Tomes or TJ Ernst.