Case Manager

Primary Responsibilities include:

  • Develop a case plan for youth and family based on initial risk/need assessment provided by Nassau County Department of Probation and ensure its implementation through contact and follow-up with appropriate service providers including school.
  • Meet with youth and/or family members, in the family's home or in the community to determine service needs. Provide counseling, case management, crisis intervention and referral services to youth and family.
  • Implement evidence-based interventions such as Moral Resonation Therapy and Strengthening Families as needed and appropriate and facilitate psycho-educational groups for youth.
  • Complete and maintain all client records in accordance with Agency and regulatory requirements and submit by date due.
  • Complete all Agency required paperwork, including time sheet and mileage reimbursement, by required due date.
  • Assume other tasks, responsibilities and projects as needed to ensure the effective operations of the program.

Qualifications and Requirements include:

  • Bachelor's degree in the human service field required.
  • 2 years' full time experience providing direct service to at-risk and adjudicated youth.
  • Bilingual Spanish strongly preferred
  • Valid NYS Driver's License with a history of safe and responsible driving and the ability to operate an agency vehicle to transport clients. Must have own vehicle that is properly registered and insured according to NYS DMV regulations to transport clients when the agency vehicle is not available.
  • Basic computer skills with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook).


  • Full-Time - minimum of 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday, some evening hours required.

Benefits include:

  • Medical, dental, life, supplemental life, STD/LTD insurance, and employer contributed pension. Accessibility to other voluntary benefits such as 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.