Case Manager

Holy Family Institute - Journey of Hope Program

About the organization

Holy Family Institute is a non-profit organization that provides services to children and families around the Greater Pittsburgh Area. More specifically, the Journey of Hope program is a care facility that provides services to children from Central America. If you are looking continue using your gained international experience while helping children in a meaningful way, our Journey of Hope program offers many options for you. We offer full-time, part-time and volunteer opportunities.

Duties

The Case Manager is responsible for coordinating case management services.
The Case Manager’s tasks shall include development of intake assessment, individual service
plan, family reunification and discharge. The Case Manager shall also ensure that all services
provided to each child are properly documented in each child’s case file.

Qualifications

Bilingual Spanish/English required. Master’s degree is preferred or a Bachelor’s Degree in the behavioral sciences, human services, or social service fields and 3-5 years of progressive employment experience in the human service fields. Child welfare and/or case management experience is strongly encouraged. At least 1 year working with children required. Legal US work permit. Must have Act 33, 34 and FBI clearances. Pennsylvania drivers license required. Must be 21 years or older. EOE.

Salary

$45,000/year +

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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