Education: Bachelor’s Degree in behavioral sciences, human services, or social services fields and progressive employment experience in the aforementioned fields that demonstrates case management experience.
- Professional license in behavioral sciences, human services, or social services, strongly preferred
- Child welfare experience, strongly preferred
- Experience working with immigrant populations, strongly preferred
Critical Action Items:
Coordinate all referrals, service planning, and client documentation for assigned caseload
Serve as the liaison with stakeholders including legal providers and Immigration court
Participate in weekly supervision with Regional Director and/or Lead Case Manager
Participate in workshops, seminars, education programs and other activities that promote professional growth and development
Driving and travel required 75 of the time, frequent out-of-state travel required.
Complete home visits to meet with sponsor and children served.
Maintain a full caseload, complete with ongoing individual service plans
Maintain regular contact with clients through phone calls and home visits
Prepare, compile, and submit accurate case files
Continually assess ongoing changes in behavior, circumstances, or conditions that may affect child safety
In consultation with his/her supervisor, make decisions affecting the safety and permanency of the child
Engaging and involving the client and the sponsor in the casework process
Demonstrating client progress toward risk reduction, achievement of treatment goals and positive case outcomes
Maintain accurate records, files, forms, statistics and additional relevant information in accord with agency policy, licensing, and/or funding requirements
Conduct Home Study assessments on an as-needed basis
Complete weekly case staffing with case managers, case aides, and contracted staff in his/her assigned region
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, in Spanish and English languages, required
Possess excellent interpersonal skills, as well as, organizational and planning skills
Possess sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socio-economic characteristics
Member of IMT. Attends all mandated trainings for IMT and reports for active duty when required.
Other job duties as assigned
Bilingual Spanish/English required
Ability to work independently, and available to work evenings and weekends
Must possess a valid driver’s license, current driver’s insurance and have an excellent driving record
Must have reliable vehicle for transporting clients and for conducting home visits
BCFS - 16 months ago
BCFS is a global health and human services non-profit organization with locations and programs in the United States as well as Eastern...