The Safe Home Case Manager is responsible for taking a lead role in the day to day care, guidance and instruction of the residents placed in the Safe Homes, providing a safe, structured environment. The Safe Home Case Manager will assist with placement inquiries, admission, and intake process. The Safe Home Case Manager will be responsible for coordinating with resident’s placement and case management teams for the resident’s treatment and discharge plans. The Safe Home Case Manager will keep confidential information and insure that all resident data is complete and submitted on time. The Safe Home Case Manager will assist the Safe Home Supervisor with meeting all of the administrative, staffing, and supervisory needs of the safe home and doing so in a way that provides a safe and structured environment.
Essential Duties & Functions
- The Case Manager will provide care coordination through identification of needs, ensuring facilitation of services and advocacy efforts in the goal of promoting quality of care for residents
- To work with the Director of Anti-Trafficking to ensure a culture of grace, respect, and boundaries is present.
- To assist the Safe Home Supervisor with Safe Home staff scheduling, monthly reports, and annual relicensing.
- To supervise and manage the daily schedules of the residents.
- To manage the training, supervision, and scheduling of approved volunteers within the program.
- Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, Human Service or related field.
- Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.
- Proficient use and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Teams, OneDrive,
OneNote and Excel).
- 2 years of professionally related experience is required. Experience in previous institutional
setting in an administrative role is preferred.
- Has and will maintain a current driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record (6 points or less).
- Experience with community relations within the anti-trafficking field, DCF and related non-profit