Are you interested in making a life-saving difference for children and adolescents?
Would you enjoy being part of a team working to change the world for the better?
If you answered YES, then consider joining our Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health team!
In response to the humanitarian crisis at America’s ports of entry, Devereux provides short-term shelter care services for unaccompanied children who have come to the United States without a parent or legal guardian. Devereux provides extremely high-quality, trauma-informed residential and educational services for unaccompanied children, with intense supports for their social and emotional health. We also ensure they receive excellent and immediate physical healthcare including pediatric, dental and nutritional supports for every child.
Devereux’s ultimate goal is to ensure every unaccompanied child who receives our services is successfully and quickly discharged into the loving care of their family sponsor and, during the short time they are with us, have received best-in-class medical, therapeutic, recreational and educational services designed specifically to address the traumas they have sustained during, and often before, their migration journey. This is a very high benchmark to set, but Devereux has partnered with leading immigration rights advocates and legal defense nonprofits to ensure children in our care have access to the finest legal supports offered by our country.
Being a Bilingual Lead Case Manager has many advantages
At Devereux, you will be a critical part of a multi-disciplinary team of dedicated, experts who share your passion for helping children in need. We offer:
A culture that upholds a Servant Leadership perspective
The opportunity to work in a highly collaborative environment, with an incredibly supportive team
The chance to further develop your clinical skills
Competitive pay and flexible scheduling
A comprehensive benefit package
Student tuition assistance
The Bilingual Lead Case Manager coordinates all aspects of case management, safe and timely release services, and the delivery of therapeutic services, verification and continuation, and aftercare/discharge planning. He/she will participate in the development of, and coordinate the implementation of, assigned refugee children’s individual treatment plan to ensure that assigned children are receiving clinically appropriate, outcome-based, and cost effective treatment services. The Lead Case Manager will serve as liaison between assigned children, sponsors, Short-term Shelter program and the Multi-disciplinary Treatment Team. This leader will participate in, and coordinate the treatment plan reviews, educational plan meetings, and alternative staffing as needed. He/she will be responsible for training new case managers and supervising the work of the other case managers and will complete and monitors timely documentation completion. The Lead Case Manager will be the communication hub for all forms of communication pertaining to the child refugee and all other aspects of his/her care.
What is Devereux doing to support and protect the health and safety of our staff during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Devereux is committed to the health and safety of our staff. All Devereux centers have formal infectious-disease and emergency-management plans tailored to specifically address the unique aspects of communicable disease prevention including COVID-19. We adhere to all mandates and guidelines in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization and practice all protocols that protect the health and safety of our staff. To learn more of how Devereux is supporting and protecting our staff during the pandemic, please visithttps://jobs.devereux.org/#covid.
Keywords: non-profit, children, adolescents, behavioral health, Case Manager, Direct Service Worker, Group Care Worker, Residential Counselor, Mental Health Associate, Behavioral Health Technician, supervisor, leader, Spanish, bilingual
Master’s degree in the behavioral sciences, human services, or social services field and at least 3 years of progressive employment experience that demonstrates supervisory and case management experience
Bilingual in English/Spanish
Compassionate, empathetic, and maintain sound boundaries
Ability to create and maintain a therapeutic treatment environment
Valid driver’s license and minimum 21 years of age
Must be able to complete and provide proof of current influenza vaccination .
The state of Colorado mandate requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 . To be considered for employment, you will be required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination (s)or have an approved medical or religious exemption prior to your start date.
Devereux requires all individuals interviewing for a position involving contact with children to complete The Diana Screen, a screening that assesses a candidate’s understanding of appropriate boundaries between adults and children.
Posted Date 2 months ago (11/22/2021 11:46 AM)
Requisition ID 2021-21157
Position Type Full-Time