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Job Title:

Case Manager Residential

Job Post ID:



One United Hope

Posted Until:



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Other Shift


Full Time



Job Description:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Arranges for and provides transportation for youth, such as school appointments, medical appointments, court and ACRs
• Refers and links youth to necessary resources to meet needs, including external therapy, medical and educational resources, and psychological and psychiatric specialists
• Arranges visits with youth with families, including siblings and visiting resources
• Assists with the completion of Mental Health Assessments, Individual Treatment Plans, Individual Treatment Plan Reviews, and Clinical Summaries; complete Discharge Summaries
• Participates in individual treatment plan meetings, reviews, additional staffing, transition staffing, and child and family team meetings
• Participates in court proceedings on behalf of the youth; this includes providing testimony at hearings, compiling court reports, and preparing case records
• Completes and participates in Administrative Case Reviews
• Assists youth in determining transition and discharge plans
• Acts as a liaison with multiple public and private agencies to advocate and assist with service needs of the youth
• Continually trains and maintains certification in the implementation of Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) or other approved behavior modification program
• Follows the OHU Residential Program Plan, including daily schedule, administration of consequences, and mental health treatment of youth in residential care
• Demonstrates the highest investment in and commitment to quality improvement practices in order to continuously improve the delivery of services to our residents
• Participates in a weekly Clinical Team Meeting of assigned cottage; moderates staff team meeting of a residential home
• Participates and contributes to a treatment team of a residential home, including attending weekly team meetings and staffings, as required
• Attends training, seminars, and conferences as assigned by supervisory or administrative staff
• Completes in a timely and accurate fashion all documentation required for the position
• Treats with absolute confidence all information concerning agency residents and programs
• Transports clients (youth) and their families to mandated court hearings, school appointments, doctor appointments or other case-related appointments
• Perform on-call duties as assigned
• Performs other related duties as assigned

Job Requirements:

• Education: BA/BS degree in psychology, sociology, social work, or related field
• Experience: 0-2 years related experience in child welfare agency

• Minimum 21 years of age
• Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record with OHU required levels of coverage for auto insurance
• DCFS background check & approval to transport youth
• Must be physically able to complete Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) restraint training

Education Preferred
Bachelor of Arts or better in Social Work.

Licenses & Certifications
• Auto Insurance
• Drivers License
• Physical Exam/TB


We Invest In You
• Competitive pay and benefits, plus tuition reimbursement
• Generous vacation and PTO plans
• Health, dental, vision, 403b Retirement (with matching up to 3%), flexible spending accounts, Agency paid life and LTD, supplemental life insurance
• Career ladders, professional development, and promotion opportunities
• Leadership opportunities on site-based Center Management Teams
• Relocation assistance is available
• Discounted child care tuition

Company Information

The employee works in a group home setting and may encounter unpredictable clients. Duties are performed inside with climate control and outdoors with varied weather conditions (depending on season). This position performs tasks that involve possible exposure to communicable diseases, blood, body fluids or tissues. This position may require occasional travel in the local and regional area.

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