About the Role
As a Case Manager at CFTogether.org, you'll collaborate closely with our mental health clinicians, early interventionists, and education staff, as well as with the families we serve. Your goal is to ensure the delivery of high-quality services and to successfully link families with the necessary therapeutic services offered by us, our partner agencies, and other community-based resources. In line with our mission, your role will contribute to empowering young children and families, helping them overcome adversities while promoting emotional well-being, health, and family cohesion.
Your responsibilities will include providing both center and community-based therapeutic services, conducting intake meetings, setting goals, managing cases, advocating for families, and monitoring their progress. Ongoing case management, follow-up with each client as needed, and becoming actively familiar with community and family resources that promote wellness will be part of your duties. You will also be tasked with maintaining our agency Resource Notebook, handling a caseload of 8-12 families part-time or 12-20 families full-time, participating in weekly individual or group supervision, adhering to our agency policy, procedures, and professional code of ethics, and performing other duties as assigned by your supervisor or manager.
To qualify, you should be pursuing or hold a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Human Services, Social Work, or a related field. Outstanding "people skills" and the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse range of colleagues and clients are vital. You should be able to work independently, be task-oriented, and highly organized. Excellent time management skills, the ability to multitask effectively, flexibility in various settings, and comfort working with culturally diverse children and families are also required. You should be capable of motivating clients, guiding them systematically towards achieving specific goals, have knowledge of various community resources, and demonstrate compassion and thoughtfulness. We seek individuals committed to providing comprehensive services to children and families in need, ready to commit at least 16 hours a week (2-3 days/week) for a minimum of 10-12 months.
This role requires
- Pursuing or hold a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Human Services, Social Work, or a related field.
- Possess excellent “people skills” and have the ability to work with a diverse organization and its partners.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills with colleagues and assigned clients.
- The ability to work independently, be task-oriented, and highly organized.
- Exceptional time-management skills and the ability to effectively multi-task when needed.
- Flexibility and comfort working in various settings with culturally diverse children and families.
- Capable of motivating and systematically guiding clients in achieving specific goals.
- Knowledge of various community resources.
- Compassionate, thoughtful, and committed to providing comprehensive services to children and families in need.
- Availability to commit at least 16 hours a week (2-3 days/week) for at least 10-12 months.
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