Are you excited by the prospect of working for an organization that truly values your contributions, provides opportunities for growth and development, fosters diversity, inclusion and equality, AND gives you a chance to make a difference in the lives of children and families?
WHAT YOU WILL DO:
Primarily responsible for the clients and accountable for the coordination and provision of quality services to ensure the client’s reunification with family or qualified sponsors. Maintain an active caseload of no more than 15 enrolled children and provide intensive case management for medical exams, educational assessments, legal services and the child’s family reunification. Prepare assessments and any related social or medical history reports or forms as they pertain to the client’s needs and case record. Establish a relationship with the client. Participate in client staffing's and follow-up as assigned. Coordinate the service planning process. Must ensure concise and timely completion of all paperwork or documentation, including but not limited to, administrative, clinical or caseload requirements. Ensure and safeguard the human and legal rights of clients. Provide quality services and maintain desired productivity level as defined by the supervisor. Comply with all policies and procedures as outlined by funding sources and state licensing requirements.
WHAT WE OFFER:
- $19.23 per hour + $.50/hour 4pm-12am, $1.00/hour 12am-8am $1.00/hour- Saturday and Sunday
- Flexible hours
- 15 PTO days per year
- 11 paid holidays
- 403b Savings Plan, with 25% match
- Medical, Dental, Vision insurance
- Supplemental Accident, Hospital Liability & Critical Illness Insurance
- Paid Life/AD&D insurance
- Pet, Legal and Identity Theft insurance
- Mileage Reimbursement
- Continuous training and professional development opportunities
- An opportunity to make the world a better place!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- BS/BA degree in the human services field.
- Experience in a residential, child welfare or refugee setting.
- At least 2 years’ experience working with children.
- Must be Spanish/English bi-lingual
- Must have valid driver license and auto insurance
- Must be computer literate.
WHO WE ARE:
From babies to seniors, Gulf Coast JFCS serves all people in need, regardless of race, religion, culture or gender identity. Our programs span a broad human service spectrum, from behavioral and mental health, child welfare and adoption, family support, job and employment transition, housing, food, transportation or home care assistance for the elderly.
Gulf Coast JFCS is committed to ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of its employees and clients, which include members of vulnerable communities. As part of this commitment, COVID-19 vaccines are required for current and newly-hired employees, unless an employee is entitled to a reasonable accommodation or exemption as permitted pursuant to Gulf Coast JFCS’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy.