Provides trauma informed case management support to children in the program, provide direct service links to external resources necessary to establish safe housing and support, and assist in maintaining a welcoming, safe, and supportive community environment. Provides and coordinates counseling services and after school activities for a caseload of children. There is some local travel required. All responsibilities are implemented according to our mission and values and according to Agency standards, including the Sanctuary Model ®.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in social services or related field with some experience in direct service and/or advocacy is required; experience in a residential setting is strongly preferred.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse population is required.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively as a team member is required.
- Demonstrated proficiency in communication, both verbal and in writing, is required.
- Demonstrated proficiency with computer skills, including Micro-Soft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.). Prior experience with using a database is a plus.
- Some experience in working on domestic violence issues is strongly preferred.
- Proficiency in Spanish is strongly preferred.
- Prior Case Management experience preferred.
- Demonstrated skill in crisis intervention, conflict resolution, group facilitation and counseling is strongly preferred.
- Will be required to attend 45 hours of Domestic Violence Training, post hire.
- Employment offer and continued employment are contingent upon satisfactory child abuse, criminal, FBI clearances and TB Test required (all related fees will be paid by WAA).
We are an equal opportunity employer and are dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We strongly encourage candidates of color, LGBTQIA communities, veterans, and people with disabilities to apply.
A very comprehensive, generous and competitive benefits package.
Minimum Education Required