- Provide case management services to
children and youth within Nassau and Suffolk countries.
- Conduct and maintain all visit
- Provide on-going assessment and
documentation of child and family's strength and needs, progress towards achieving
goals and efficacy of delivered services.
- Link and refer to services and supports as
outlined in the child's care plan.
- Complete and submit all assessments, care
plans, progress notes, monthly billing, and any other written work on time and
in compliance with agency and regulatory standards.
- Keep both electronic and paper files up to
date and in accordance with program and DOH/Health Home guidelines.
- Keep supervisor appraised of the status of
all cases and immediately inform them of any unusual situations in the family,
including questionable CPS reports or any other safety concerns.
- Maintain communication with all service
providers, especially those providing HCBS and CFTSS services.
- Continually operate from a strength based
and family driven model.
and Requirements include:
- Bachelor's degree in Human Services field
with a minimum of 2 years' experience or Master's degree with 1 year experience
providing direct services to children in the children's services system with a
preference for the mental health field/ working with children with SED.
- Valid New York State driver's license with
a safe and responsible driving history.
- A vehicle that is properly insured and registered
in accordance with NYS DMV requirements, to be used to conduct home visits and
- Intermediate computer skills with MS
Office (Word, Excel and Outlook).
- Full time, Monday
- Schedule will
vary depending on the families' needs and may include evening hours.
- Medical, dental, life/, STD/LTD insurance,
and employer contributed pension (401A). Accessibility to other voluntary
benefits such as supplemental life, TDA, flexible spending account, AFLAC
cancer care and personal accident insurance.
- 20 vacation days, 12 sick days, 4 personal
days, 11 holidays and 2 floating holidays per year.