Reports To: Case Management Manager
Major Function: To provide case management, advocacy, and crisis intervention to survivors of domestic violence and their children.
- Provide support, education, and case management to survivors of domestic violence following the empowerment model of advocacy.
- Carry an assigned caseload and meeting with each case a minimum of three times per week.
- Communicate with staff any needs or concerns that may arise among your caseload.
- Participate in weekly case review with your co-workers and Director.
- Participate in bi-weekly supervision with your Case Management Manager.
- Initiate and complete intake documents and procedures.
- Complete all required paper work and computer work in a timely fashion.
- Work with participants to assist them in assessing their needs, developing and implementing a Safety Plan and supporting their progress, as well as assisting them with the injunction process.
- Coordinate transportation for survivors and their children to necessary appointments, hospitals, etc. in CASA vehicles or planning routes to utilize the bus system.
- Coordinate services with community agencies through referrals and monitor service delivery to meet the goals of each participant.
- Provide participants with information regarding Crimes Compensation and Relocation.
- Accompany participants to appointments with other agencies, if necessary.
- Present participant status at case conferences, as needed.
- Advocate with other community agencies and the criminal justice system on participant’s behalf.
- Provide back up to the crisis line as needed.
- Perform monthly record keeping and statistical tasks as assigned.
- Stay current with personal training hours.
- Facilitate a weekly support group during your designated time.
- Responsible for posting your schedule so that participants on your caseload may schedule appointments to meet with you.
- Post all scheduled meetings and commitments on your Outlook Calendar.
- Routinely check in with team on duty as outlined in our policies and procedures.
- Provide administrative support to office (files, copies, etc.).
- Understand and abide by CASA’s Confidentiality Policy at all times and respect boundaries.
- Demonstrate a commitment to treat residents, volunteers, and co-workers in a respectful manner at all times.
- Attend all scheduled staff meetings and residential case conferences in order to provide and receive input for program development.
- Attend and participate in all training.
- Assist with training and supervision of volunteers.
- Agree to work a flexible schedule when required, which may include changing schedules to ensure case management coverage, due to illness, absence, or vacation other staff members.
- Complete special projects and presentations as requested.
- Complete other duties as assigned.
- Possess a Bachelor’s degree in related human services or have equivalent life experiences.
- Experience working with survivors of domestic violence or other crisis experience.
- Demonstrate knowledge of current community resources and have the ability to maintain working relationships with agencies.
- Bilingual preferred
- Agree to drive agency vehicles as needed.
- Ability to function independently and work cooperatively as a member of a team.
- Possess a valid Florida State Drivers License to be verified annually.
- Possess the ability to climb stairs and lift at least 50 pounds.
- Agree to participate in a background check upon employment.