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  • Case Manager

  • Gulf Coast JFCS
    Job Description

    We are currently offering a $1,000 sign-on bonus for Case Managers. Certified Case Managers will be paid a $1,500 sign on bonus, and Case Manager Supervisors a $2,000 sign on bonus. 

    Are you excited by the prospect of working for an organization that values your professional development, offers promotional opportunities, has flexible hours AND gives you a chance to make a difference in the lives of children and families? Our Path of Success offers you a clear road to your future.

    Path of Success:

         Intern
         
    Case Manager
         Certified Case Manager
         Sr. Case Manager
         Case Manager Supervisor
         Asst. Program Director
         Program Director

     

    WHO WE ARE:

    Gulf Coast JFCS is comprised of over 500 dedicated people committed to improving the lives children and families of all religions and nationalities. The only prerequisite is need. Annually, GCJFCS supports more than 40,000 people throughout Florida. Our programs are designed to protect children from abuse and neglect; to help people overcome substance abuse, to manage mental health, or to gain control of debilitating behaviors; to care for and connect seniors to needed services; to provide emergency financial and food assistance to support Holocaust survivors; and to welcome and help resettle refugees from around the world.

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    This position is responsible for providing direct case management services to children, birth families, foster families and primary caregiver(s) in the home setting, day care, preschool, and/or school to ensure they receive services appropriate to their needs, and continuity of care focused on resolving or preventing the issues of child abuse or neglect.  The Case Manager provides assessment, planning, linkage, coordination, monitoring, evaluation and advocacy to the child, family, foster family and primary caregiver.  The Case Manager works as a team member with a therapist, foster parents, primary caregiver, guardian ad litem and other appropriate professionals.  The Case Manager will develop, strengthen and maintain a direct working relationship with mental health professionals, community agencies and the child’s own support system.

    WHAT YOU NEED:

    Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field 

    Current Drivers License and Proof of Insurance

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