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Utilizing compnay’s overall philosophical foundation of helping homeless families become more stable, the Family Residence Case Manager provides case management services to head of household and family members. These services include but are not limited to: assessments of current biopsychosocial needs, referrals based on client needs and identified goals, advocating for and coordinating services internally and externally, with a particular focus on identifying and resolving obstacles to housing, in order to ensure that families move as rapidly as possible towards self-sufficiently and permanent housing.

BSW or MSW with a minimum of 2 to 4 years social service experience. Must possess excellent written and oral skills, ability to work independently as well as collaboratively. Ability to flex hours. Demonstrate ability to use Microsoft Office product suite and understand electronic file management. Must possess valid drivers’ license. Ability to drive or accompany clients to appointments using company vehicle as needed. Must demonstrate empathy, compassion and respect for participants, staff and volunteers.

Therapist – PT – Temp – Burlington County

by Joann on September 14, 2017

Individual therapy for TBI population with behavioral issues. DAP notes, IRP meetings to provide treatment updates and completion of behavioral plans.

NJ LCSW with experience with development disability.

M-F no weekends or nights – part time as of Oct 1 that will turn to full time to cover a maternity leave in March and then back to part time.

Function as part of the larger CUA team responsible for achieving the target goals of improving safety, permanency, and well-being of children, youth, and families.  Act as the coordinator of Parent Cafes.

Facilitate Parent Cafes and other support groups. Develop and conduct Strengthening Families orientations and workshops for the CUA and the community. Train Facilitators and Parent Café Hosts.

Work with the Community Liaison in establishing community connections. Attend Court Hearings as needed. Document activity on prescribed report forms.

BSW with one year’s experience working in child, youth and family serving systems. Familiarity with the dynamics of diverse populations in low income areas. Culturally sensitive to the needs and diversities of multi-cultural communities. Knowledge of community resources. Knowledge of social services, child welfare and family systems services. Ability to attend evening and weekend community events and meetings.

The Social Worker will assist residents in attaining the goals of the individual care plan while sustaining positive behavioral changes and improvement in functionality and quality of life.

  • Ability to assess residents in conjunction with the MDS 3.0 and submit in a timely fashion.
  • Ability to provide discharge planning services to residents of the short term rehab unit including referrals to community services, DME, etc.
  • Ability to evaluate the emotional status, social history of the individual and any other significant factors which may be valuable to all persons involved in the resident’s care.
  • Ability to contribute to the resident’s plan of care, designed to meet his/her individual needs.
  • Ability to inform the resident and his/her family of the resident’s rights and work with the family in maintaining contact and communication with the resident.
  • Ability to work closely with the Executive Director/NHA and all other care staff on keeping informed about physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, as well as any unique needs or circumstances affecting the resident’s well-being.
  • Ability to assist the resident and his/her family in gaining access to appropriate services in the company and the greater community.
  • Ability to provide emotional support for the resident and his/her family during traumatic events, hospitalizations, or the dying process.
  • Ability to schedule and inform residents and families of the times of the resident’s care plan review; facilitate care plan meetings.
  • Ability to assist the resident and his/her family with any financial concerns and assist in arranging for appropriate financial support.
  • Ability to complete all required documentation on the residents’ medical records.
  • Ability to pursue professional growth through attendance at in service programs, conferences and seminars.
  • Ability to conduct in service programs when assigned.
  • Ability to participate in the continuing development of services and programming for the residents in cooperation with the Executive Director/NHA.
  • Ability to plan and conduct support group meetings as needed.
  • Ability to coordinate, tabulate and report on resident satisfaction surveys for discharged/deceased residents.
  • Ability to advocate for the unique needs of each resident and hold the resident as the primary focus of all interaction and interventions.
  • Ability to hold all resident information in confidence.
  • Ability to observe Resident’s Rights policies.
  • Ability to observe all facility safety policies and procedures.
  • Provide Social Work services to Health Care and Personal Care residents as assigned.
  • Serve as a back up to the Admissions Coordinator.
  • Ability to respond to any special assignment or specific project as requested by the Executive Director/NHA.
  • Serve as the Grievance Official, documenting and responding to grievances and concerns from residents and families.

BSW, MSW preferred with three years experience in a long term care setting.

  • Developing and implementing written objectives, policies and procedures, and a quality assurance program for the social work service
  • Participating in planning and budgeting for the social work service
  • Ensuring that services are provided as specified in the social work portion of the participant’s plan of care, and are coordinated with other participant care services to provide a continuum of care for the participant
  • Interviewing the participant and caregiver to obtain a social assessment and evaluation of needs and problems
  • Participating as part of the multidisciplinary team in developing, implementing, reviewing and revising the participant’s plan of care
  • Providing or arranging for individual, family and group counseling in reference to psychological, social, financial, legal, vocational, and educational needs of the participant
  • Assisting with obtaining concrete services; for example, housing, shopping, clothing, etc.
  • Referring to and/or developing support groups and educational programs for caregivers and participants
  • Arranging and/or providing crisis intervention
  • Providing family outreach
  • Coordinating participant’s care plans with other community resources
  • Providing in-service training to staff on participant/caregiver psychosocial needs
  • Participating in the facility’s quality improvement program
  • Participating in professional organizations and seminars
  • Participating in participants’ case conferences
  • Documenting assessments, treatment plans, evaluations and clinical notes
  • Coordinating discharge planning for participants. Discharge planning shall include linking the participant to necessary community services.

NJ CSW or NJ LSW – Must be bi-lingual (Russian)

Working knowledge of care plans and discharge planning services. The ability to assist potential and existing residents and patients with the Medicare and Medicaid application process.

BSW, MSW preferred with a minimum 2-5 years Long-Term Care experience. Minimum 2-5 years employment experience in a social services industry or department. Management/supervisory experience required.

Responsible for providing comprehensive assessment and social services interventions in the Center and in the home and coordination of 24 hour care for LIFE program participants.

NJ LSW. Must have a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance and have means of transportation.

Provide an array of extensive case management services to approximately 24-29 adults who have met the criteria for Blended Case Management services.

BSW and two (2) years experience human services with one year of direct client contact required.  Working knowledge of Crisis Intervention, the Philadelphia Behavioral Health and Prison Systems, Community Resources required.  Valid driver’s license and access to a car.  Assist with restraining clients in emergency situations. Must be available for on-call.

The Therapist is a motivated, culturally sensitive individual who is dedicated to the care of program youth. The Therapist will oversee the entire program’s treatment component including the treatment team and facilitating coordination between all disciplines within the facility. This individual will recruit, train and provide structured and unstructured clinical supervision of therapy, education, case management, adjunct and ancillary services.

Provides clinical and administrative supervision of clinicians, case managers, other program staff, Provides co-therapy in difficult cases, Leads treatment team and facilitate coordination between all disciplines within facility (PSA Compliance, Nurse, Teacher, Senior and Resident Counselors, Clinicians) to ensure review all treatment plans, intakes, progress and other documentation related to treatment to ensure best practice and compliance with ORR and COA regulations. Supervises up to 4 Clinicians, interns and Lead Case Managers; Provide co-therapy in difficult cases. Rotating schedule, on-call rotation for 24 hours for clinical intervention (as needed).Travel Requirements: 50%.

NJ LCSW with supervisory experience and Program administration experience. At least ten years’ experience in the field, five of which have been in a supervisory role. Experience with individual, group, and family therapy for youth and families, preferably in a residential setting. Excellent written documentation and data entry skills. Required to contribute to a highly detailed electronic health record and in other related systems. Bi-lingual fluency in both English and Spanish (reading, speaking, conversational). Excellent driving skills. Be a licensed Driver for at least three years. Must successfully submit to and pass medical, criminal, motor vehicle and other background checks. On-call rotation for 24 hours for clinical intervention for youth as needed.

Attend court hearings for clients related to criminal justice and family related issues. Consult with the treatment team in formulating discharge planning. Finalize plans for referrals for therapeutic support. Complete continuing care plan with each resident, 2 weeks prior to discharge from treatment. Attend daily staff meetings. Attend weekly individual supervisory meeting with the Senior Therapist. Maintain accurate, timely records of time spent with client, problem areas, problem resolution, etc.

Participate in staff development as required. Provide client transport to social services and medical appointments according to program phases. Coordinate and monitor client use of transpasses and tokens. Co-facilitate specialized client groups including conflict resolution, life skills and other duties as assigned. Identify housing options for clients with in the first 2 months of treatment and continue follow-up throughout the clients’ treatment stay.

Develop and monitor monthly budgets with clients and identify areas, which will affect clients’ ability to access housing post- treatment. (i.e. outstanding student loan payments, credit card debt, utility bills, etc.) Complete employment needs assessments with clients on a quarterly basis. Other duties as assigned.

BSW and three years experience in social/human services or MSW and one year of related experience. Expertise in case management and client advocacy. Ability to work with addicted women with critical and emergent situations. Sensitivity to cultural and economic differences. Knowledge of regional and service pool. Thorough understanding of medical and psychosocial issues related to addiction.

The social worker is knowledgeable about disease, treatments, available community and governmental resources, psychosocial implications for the individual and their family as it pertains to their age and stage of development.  Provides appropriate interventions and discharge planning services to patients and their family.

MSW with inpatient medical social work experience. Will cover four inpatient medical hospitals in Delaware County. 8 or 12 hour day shifts.