Job Posting

Provides individualized social services to residents; plans and implements specific procedures and programs; provides accurate and complete documentation; functions as a resident advocate; coordinates work within the department as well as with other departments; reports pertinent information to the supervisor; responds to inquiries or requests for information.

BSW and experience in a health care setting working with the elderly. Working knowledge of federal and state long-term care regulations, plus one year of social work experience in a long term care facility. MDS and discharge planning experience a must.

Special needs school is looking for a social worker to do the following: provide resources to families and students, specific resource gathering for students’ post-21 transition, review and follow up on necessary school paperwork, clerical and administrative tasks and other tasks as needed within the school setting.

BSW required, MSW preferred.  Prior work with children and youth with special needs and knowledge of Intellectual Disability Services and waivers.

Provides comprehensive case management services to identify and address residents’ physical, psychological, social, mental and emotional needs. Provide assistance in client housing eligibility, bio psychosocial assessment, service planning, Bi- weekly case management, and internal/external programming and activities.

BSW – Experience with people who are homeless, particularly those with drug and alcohol and mental health histories. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

To work closely with the Director in developing and maintaining both strong programs and occupancy in order to deliver services that meet the needs of the residents of the Shelter plus Care Program. Administer all facets of the Shelter plus Care Program. Responsible for completing on time documentation and reporting as required by DHS, OSH, and DHQ. Coordinate and manage caseload of 26 families in the Shelter plus Care Program.  Meet with residents once a month for one hour. Responsible for collaborating with Department of Human Services contract agency Methodist Family Services of Philadelphia.

Maintains, and as necessary, develops relationships with external social service agencies. Coordinate and solicit appropriate referrals for program; this may include visiting city shelters and transitional housing programs. Responsible for receiving and tracking all resident rents and security deposits.  Must keep an accurate tracking system in compliance with DHQ standards. Promotes a clean and sober environment within the Shelter plus Care Program. Maintains the confidentiality of client records and information at all times. Monitors progress towards completion of goals contained in service plan. Maintains complete, accurate, and up-to-date case files on each resident of the Shelter plus Care program. Responsible for Mandated Reporting for incidents where child abuse is alleged. Maintain HMIS data base required by the City of Philadelphia.

Schedule and coordinate all apartment recertification with the Office of Supportive Housing. Assists each resident in securing income, medical and other benefits available to them and stable off site housing when possible. Refers residents to outside agencies for various services, including mental health providers. Completes admissions and discharge documentation forms for all residents who enter and leave the program in files and HMIS. Performs groups for residents as necessary (Community Meetings, Life Skills, Drug and Alcohol). Works cooperatively with residents to assist in referrals to maintain a clean and sober lifestyle. Obtain monthly and as needed urine samples tests on residents. Completes and maintain all required forms and reports. Works cooperatively with resident in identifying and addressing resident income management, hygiene, and housekeeping issues. Conducts intake interviews. Participates in resident review sessions with other PSSM case managers and Director. Participates in staff team reviews of specific residents as needed. Maintains confidentiality of client records and information at all times. Helps establish therapeutic milieu within the residence. Conduct apartment inspections before resident move ins and discharges. Ensure that program residents are abiding by the established lease and residential handbook. Understand the needs of the family homeless population and assist in developing and implementing services to enhance self-sufficiency. Responsible for collecting rent from program participants and to keep an up to date tracking system. Work with and collaborate with DHQ HUD Accountant to establish and maintain this tracking system. Performs related duties as assigned.

BSW – with prior experience in implementing and developing programs. Experience with homeless and formerly homeless families, particularly those with drug & alcohol and/or mental health histories. Prior experience in working with families with DHS involvement. Good verbal and written skills. Must possess a valid driver’s license and insured automobile.

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.

The Assistant Program Director provides leadership to for the staff, promotes a sense of agency with co-workers and staff, and communicates in ways that support agency mission and values.

Provides leadership to staff, promotes a sense of agency with co-workers and staff, and communicates in ways that support agency mission and values. Assures the continuing training and development of program staff. Coordinates delivery of services with Healing Home Staff, Nurse, educational and clinical staff. Provides clinical supervision to Coordinators, Supervisors, and Counselors in above programs, and maintains documentation of relevant supervisory issues.

Monitors contracted levels of service, completion of required documentation, and record maintenance. Completes Reports as necessary. Maintains liaisons with Healing Home Staff and other contracting agency personnel. Provides staff training on Nurtured Heart and coaches staff in best practices

Serves as a member of the CFS Supervisory Team, works closely with CQI and PSA Compliance Manager to prevent incidents and if they do occur, ensures proper protocols are followed. Full Time, Flexible Schedules required, based on the needs of the program. Travel Requirements: Local travel up to 50%.

NJ LCSW with 5 years progressive Supervisory experience. Program administration experience. 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.

To assess and treat patients via evaluation, individual, group, and family counseling.  To provide psycho-educational lectures, crisis intervention, case management services, and treatment and discharge planning.  Will maintain timely documentation of services provided in accordance with licensure and company requirements.

Conduct initial and ongoing assessment of patient need to ensure proper level of care and timely delivery of services. Provide individual, group, and family sessions in compliance with state regulations and department policy and procedures.

Deliver psycho-educational lectures and workshops to patients/ and or family members. Provide effective and timely case management including communication with patient, families, internal departments and external agencies regarding patient progress in treatment. Maintain documentation according to policy and procedures of the department. Demonstrate commitment to best practices through use of best practices behaviors and participation in ongoing education and trainings to enhance clinical skills.

MSW with knowledge of mental health and/or substance abuse treatment standards. Experience with adolescents and/or has DBT experience.

Primarily a supervisory and direct practice position assisting the Program Director in the development and maintenance of a community based detention facility housing female residents committed through Family Court.  The CBDS Shift Supervisor is responsible for the daily operation and maintenance of residential services, including: safety & security of all residents and staff, housekeeping, maintenance, service provision, recreation, scheduling and disciplinary review.

BSW with two years supervisory experience in working with youth in placement. Knowledge of children/adolescent development. Knowledge of Philadelphia Juvenile Justice System. Valid Driver’s License and safe driving record. Flexible, as may have to cover other shifts.

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. Our comprehensive programs meet the changing needs of both our short-term patients recovering from surgery or an acute illness, as well as the needs of our long-term residents.

BSW with a minimum 2-5 years Long-Term Care experience strongly preferred. Minimum 2-5 years employment experience in a social services industry or department.

MSW with two years medical inpatient social work experience. Discharge planning and EMR experience a must. Position is Saturdays and Sundays, 8 or 12 hour day shifts.

MSW with behavioral health, crisis and discharge planning experience. Position is third shift, Sundays through Thursdays, 10:30pm to 7am.

The Worker provides services to children, their families referred from County Children and Youth agencies as well as Philadelphia Community Umbrella agencies filling the role of Foster Care Worker for County referred cases and the role of Resource Parent Support Worker in CUA referred cases.

BSW with one year experience in a behavioral health setting.  Experience in child welfare, casework, or child care is beneficial.  Experience working with children and families is preferred. Flexible for late afternoon and evening visits. Weekend on call rotations.

To be a vital and an active member of the medical center’s multidisciplinary team which considers and reacts to our patients and our families’ medical, social and emotional needs.

Evaluate and assess individual and family needs upon referral and through 100% review.  Determine appropriate response and level of intervention. Primarily involved in the complex task of discharge planning for the medical center.  Provide supportive counseling to patients, family caregivers, and staff along issues related to health, mental health, limited resources and other problem areas.

Educate patients, families and staff on the role of the social worker; on community services; and on patient rights. Advocate on behalf of patients for appropriate treatment and for respect for their rights. Intervene as “Crises Workers” primarily during coverage of Emergency Room clients. Assist individuals with financial planning by dealing with insurance issues, monthly income, living expenses, etc.

Compile daily and statistics, keep detailed case records, document in medical records and write social summaries as needed. Offer peer consultation to other members of department and to other hospital employees. Attend discharge planning meetings, service rounds, in-service training, and staff meetings as scheduled.

Assist with the completion of Advanced Directive by providing information and assistance to patients, families and staff. Facilitate education and support groups for patients and families. Participate in hospital wide committees, focus groups, action teams and education programs.

MSW with two years post graduate experience in Health Care Setting. Must have medical discharge planning and utilization review experience. Experience with electronic medical records. Possess and expand knowledge of the health care delivery system in the medical center, community, city and nation. Takes the initiative to identify and attend to patient/customer needs. Assists subordinates in developing and achieving professional objectives.

The care manger will be responsible for managing the Individual Service Plans (ISP) of consumers in the Aging Waiver Program. The service plan includes informal and formal supports, community resources, and waiver services.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop appropriate ISPs with consumers and caregivers to meet the needs and goals of consumers.
  • Demonstrate effective interviewing skills to obtain relevant information in order to develop ISPs.
  • Conduct eligibility and needs assessments.
  • Effectively manage a caseload of 40-70 consumers.
  • Earn required daily of billable hours for service coordination activities.
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of Aging Waiver and agency regulations, policies and procedures and an ability to effectively communicate regulations, polices, and procedures verbally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of waiver and non-waiver services.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of relevant Medicare and Medicaid services.
  • Identify routine and complex safety issues concerning consumers and resolve issues with normal supervision.
  • Demonstrate effective problem solving skills with normal supervision.
  • Use electronic client information system to obtain and accurately document consumer information.
  • Complete all required documentation in the client information system in required timeframe.
  • Use Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Create and maintain an accurate client list using Word or Excel.
  • Maintain consumer paper files containing medical forms, signed documents, and other relevant information.
  • Participate in regular supervisions with supervisor, team and, and agency meetings.
  • Collaborate and co-ordinate with other departments within the agency, other social service agencies, hospitals, and consumer supports to meet the consumer’s needs
  • Seek out resources beyond waiver services and share resources with colleagues.
  • Maintain good working relationships in and outside of agency, including staff, consumers and their caregivers, and provider agencies.
  • Identify training needs and seek out skill development training.
  • Perform other duties as required.

BSW and at least one-year experience in public or private social work. Preferably someone who has worked as a care manager at an area agency on aging.

FT – Temp to Hire – Delaware County


 

The Care Manager will provide ongoing care management, service coordination, and follow-up through home visits, family meetings, phone calls, and connection of consumers to community resources in order to help the consumer maintain the highest possible level of well-being so they can continue to live at home.

BSW – Qualifying experience would include coordinating assigned services as part of the client’s care or treatment plan, teaching client living skills, aiding in therapeutic activities and providing socialization opportunities for clients. It is preferred that the workers have some previous experience with aging population and Delaware County Resources.

Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Computer skills a must. Excellent interpersonal skills required. Current Pennsylvania Driver’s License and insured vehicle to make home visits is required, along with a Criminal Records check.

The primary responsibility of this position is the assessment of risk and the development of care plans to eliminate or reduce that risk for persons reported in need of protective services. The Care Manager is responsible for the assessment of the need for Protective Services, determining level of risk, reducing/removing level of risk in consumer situations, determining the consumer’s capacity to remain in the community and assisting with appropriate measures to safeguard the consumer in other settings.

BSW degree, or equivalent education and experience, have experience working with the aging, and hospital experience.

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.

Responsible for bridging the placement communication between the DHS-CRU staff and the CUA staff.

Point of contact between DHS-CRU and the CUA Case Management Teams. Communicates to the CUA CM when placement has been identified by the DHS-CRU. Confirms with the assigned DHS-CRU staff when a child/youth is actually placed and provides placement information to CUA CM Team. Responsible for identifying respites for children & youth and for processing the SCN & SAFs to reflect the placement. Notify DHS-CRU when a provider agency is/has submitted an intent to discharge (30 or 90 day notice).

Responsible for Reconciliation of SCN’s & SAF’s. Discharge services and send electronic notifications to the provider about the discharge to include the date and reason (SCN). Processes all Kinship packets. Daily monitoring of CUA QUEUE in FACTS. Responsible for reviewing, and assigning all new referrals from DHS-Investigations to CUA CM Teams. Responsible for completing SCN’s for all new cases where children have been placed by DHS. Attends weekly meeting for New Referrals. Accurately maintains logs and tracking tools for all Placement referrals/requests. Accurately maintains logs and tracking tools for all New Cases Referred to CUA for Case Management services. List of duties may not be exhaustive.

BSW with child welfare experience.

The  Case Management Director is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the  CUA program, specifically supervising program supervisors and other staff as assigned; supporting the development of program policies and procedures as needed; assuring that case managers and supervisors complete all assigned paperwork, assessments, and Single Case Plans; assuring that cases are assigned in a timely manner;  assuring that case managers and supervisors attend training as required or needed; and reporting to CUA Director and DHS as requested.

MSW with child welfare and two years supervisory experience.