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CLINICAL CASE dIRECTOR

JOB DESCRIPTION

Team: Youth & Diversion Services

Reports to: Director of Youth & Diversion Services

Pay Rate: Established in offer letter

Service Area: Statewide

Travel Req’d: Regular, throughout DE

Position Type: Full-time, exempt

Role and Responsibilities

The duties listed below are intended as examples of the types of work that may be performed by the Clinical Case Director but are not all necessarily performed and do not include all specific functions and responsibilities that the Clinical Case Director may be expected to perform.

  • Under the supervision of the Director of Youth & Diversion Services, work in partnership with the Restorative Services Director to manage the day-to-day operations of the Restorative Re-entry for Youth program.
  • Supervise a multidisciplinary case management team (including at least one Therapeutic Case Manager and a Vocational Specialist) serving approximately 30 youth (up to age 19), acting as liaison with community providers/resources and working in collaboration with YRS treatment teams and families.
  • Complete intake assessments, develop educational/vocational goals and treatment plans with clients related to substance use/ mental health needs, attend restorative circle and monthly treatment meetings, and develop aftercare plans.
  • Participate in daily meetings/community groups as defined by the program and document daily progress notes for all residents on caseload.
  • Safeguard program integrity by maintaining high standards of confidentiality, service delivery, and timely reporting to clients, professionals involved with the youth, and Director of Youth & Diversion Services.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders such as residential staff, probation, other professionals involved with the youth, and other community-based agencies on behalf of the clients and DCJ.
  • Represent DCJ and its programs at community meetings (funder meetings, and meetings of other systems impacting youth), reporting back regularly to the Youth & Diversion team.
  • Demonstrate a professional demeanor in all interactions with clients, coworkers, and the community.
  • Participate in Youth & Diversion Services Team Meetings and work with team members to promote and grow the programs.
  • Accept and perform other work as assigned.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Knowledge and experience related to justice-involved youth, the systems impacting them, and the resources available to them required. Master’s Degree in human services, social work, or a related field also required; licensure preferred.
  • Knowledge and experience of Restorative Justice/Practices a plus. Lived experience within the justice system welcomed.
  • Background checks and clearances required as per program contract(s).
  • Basic computer skills, including but not limited to the use of Microsoft Office, as well as Zoom/Skype and other distance meeting resources.
  • Ability to multitask and work both independently and with supervision, on-site and remotely.
  • Embrace an understanding of justice involvement that acknowledges the impact of institutional racism and the systemic oppression of BIPOC, women, and LGBTQ+ people; must share the belief that people can change in positive ways.
  • Must embrace teamwork, have a strong work ethic, be a self-starter with a positive attitude, with a good sense of humor.
  • Strong team building, organizing, writing and other communication skills are essential.

Apply

To apply – please submit your cover letter and resume in the appropriate boxes below. If you are experiencing difficulty submitting your files, or have questions about the process, please contact us at center@dcjustice.org