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Social Worker/Case Manager

Waypoint

Empowering people of all ages through an array of human services and advocacy.


Social Worker/Case Manager needed on dedicated non-profit team treating DCYF/DJJS involved youth and their families/foster placements in their homes and communities. Case Managers/Therapist will carry a caseload in the Dover/Seacoast area, providing weekly in-home sessions, managing case files, and providing a flexible day/evening schedule that accommodates working families. You must be interested in working collaboratively with the child protective system.

Skills needed:

* Counseling, strong communication, rapport building ability, supported crisis response

* Organization, multi-tasked time management, ability to triage

* Competent writing/verbal articulation skills, documentation, case planning and facilitation abilities

* Collaboration with team, partnering agencies, schools, and courts.

Competitive full time salary, benefits, ample paid time off, trauma informed training, weekly supervisions and on-going support and consultation, team building as well as opportunities for growth provided. Supervision towards licensure is available.

Requirements:

Master’s degree in human service with 2-3 years of human service experience, or Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of human service experience required. Knowledge of child protection/child welfare desired. Previous experience with Office 365 and Sharepoint strongly desired. Master’s degree in human service with 2-3 years of human service experience, or Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of human service experience required. Knowledge of child protection/child welfare desired. Previous experience with Office 365 and Sharepoint strongly desired.

How to Apply:

To apply for this position, please go to: Waypointnh.org  and click on Jobs

Salary Range:

$20.00 per hour

Job Location:

Dover/Seacoast Area

Date Added: May 21, 2019

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