Use your expertise to help develop and operate a brand new one on one parenting concierge service (including multidisciplinary evaluation and case management) for parents and children 0-6 years old in the Bay Area.
The case manager will assist with planning and execution, contribute ideas to shape the service, identify and implement best practices and procedures, and take initiative and ownership to ensure the service’s success. They will also be responsible for evaluating new and prospective clients based on needs, goals, and constraints and for monitoring cases from start to completion.
This could be a great opportunity if you’re looking to increase your visibility, build your reputation, develop your business skills, and expand your professional network while co-leading a team and making a sizable impact in the community and our company.
Responsibilities and Duties
Works with clients that include both children and adults from diverse backgrounds with varied social identities to assess client needs and develop strategies to meet those needs, providing appropriate support and resources
Gathers clinical information from prospective patients, family members, and referring clinicians; financial, legal, and medical data; and any additional pertinent information to determine appropriateness of referral plan
Disseminates significant information to team members for diagnosis, coordination, and planning
Provides psychosocial assessments and develops case formulation with recommended viable care and prevention plans using Family Systems or Ecological Systems lens
Educates parents through 1:1 meetings or workshops and webinars
Researches, evaluates, and studies programs, services, and resources like health and childcare for quality and efficacy
Determines the appropriate course of action when helping clients (i.e. providing a referral to an occupational therapist, psychologist, medical doctor, family social worker)
Maintains good working relationships with support networks, government resources, and community resources, influencing community members and policymakers to develop programs, policies, and services that assist with social work
Advocates and raises awareness on behalf of clients, the needs of the community, and local services
Follows all legal and ethical guidelines in the execution of duties as outlined by the National Association of Social Workers.
Valid LCSW license in accordance with CA requirements
At least 5 years of experience working directly with children and families; at least a significant portion of that time working with children 0-12, mental health, or neurodiversity
Additional Salary Information: Offer will depend on candidate's qualifications and experience
Internal Number: SW1
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