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Case Manager- Bilingual English/Spanish Required

  12/2/2019   San Diego Youth Services
 Job Description        

Specific Responsibilities: Accountable to Spring Valley & East Communities Campus (SVECC) Program Managers to provide comprehensive trauma-informed services as part of the Community Assessment Team (CAT) program. The goal of the CAT program is to prevent East County youth ages 6-18 from entering or continuing in the juvenile justice system by providing prevention and intervention services for identified at-risk youth and their families. The CAT Program provides services in the home, on school campuses and in the community. Case Manager is responsible for screening possible intakes, providing intake assessments, crisis management, creating a service plan in partnership with the youth and their parent/legal guardian, facilitating appropriate referrals, as well as, community outreach. In addition, responsible for providing prevention and intervention facilitated groups on a variety of topics, including: alcohol and other drug use, teen pregnancy prevention, self-esteem.



Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Social Work or closely related social-service field and one-year experience in working with adolescents. Familiar with the Juvenile Justice/Probation and social services systems preferred. Some home-based services experience and knowledge of East County resources is a plus. Ability to de-escalate and respond to crises appropriately. Must be willing to develop or possess working knowledge of trauma-informed care and dual diagnosis treatment; experience working in trauma-informed and dual diagnosis programs preferred. Strong professional oral and written communications skills is a must, as well as, ability to work with minimum supervision and frequent interruptions, while maintaining a professional demeanor at all times. Able to work with multi-disciplinary team in a very diverse setting that serves people of all backgrounds, culture and sexual orientation. Must be computer literate in Microsoft Outlook


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Status: Position funded through June 2020; Full-time, $36,000/year (plus bilingual differential $1,500) and excellent benefits including comprehensive health insurance coverage, wellness program, and generous PTO plan. An Equal Opportunity Employer Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. In compliance with the Immigration and Nationality Act as amended, all new employees must verify their eligibility to work in the United States. Job Opened: 12/2/2019 To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter to


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