Case Planner, Full Time
Homespace Corporation is seeking a Case Planner who will be responsible for the initial and ongoing assessment of residents in key areas; assisting residents in developing realistic goals; making referrals for services; making positive relationships with community service providers; ensuring permanency plans and regular family contact; working proactively with the team to ensure productivity; and monitoring the progress of residents. Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or a related field of study with experience in the Child Welfare field, specifically foster care. Must be able to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the program, possess a NYS Driver's License, the use of a personal vehicle. Successful applicants will be subject to State-mandated and other background checks as a condition of beginning employment. .
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Youth Support Specialist
Homesapce Corporation is seeking dedicated professionals to work various shifts at their Mother/Baby Group Home, their Supervised Independent Living Program, and their Agency Operated Boarding Home. Open shifts are as follows:
Relief: All sites: Shifts include days, evenings, weekends, overnights, and holiday coverage.
Must be available a minimum of four shifts per month. Minimum requirements include a high school diploma or HSE, a valid driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance; and previous work experience with adolescents or experience working with the Child Welfare System. Successful applicants will be subject to State-mandated and other background checks as a condition of beginning employment. .
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Homespace Corporation is currently looking for experienced professionals to work Full-time during the 1st and 2nd shifts in our newly developed position Team Leader (TL). Positions are available at both our Next Step Group Home and our Second Chance Mother/Baby Group Home. In this leadership role the TL is directly responsible for working cohesively with other program staff to ensure that youth/residents individual treatment plans and services are delivered as outlined. The position will also lead their shift, delegate, work in partnership, and serve as a role model and mentor to all Youth Support Specialists and youth/residents. The right candidate will be flexible, self-motivated and possess management skills, be highly organized and have a passion to enhance the life of traumatized youth placed in foster care.
Minimum requirements include an Associate’s Degree with five (5) or more years’ similar experience. A BA or BS and previous experience with foster care, solution focused and trauma informed approach, TCI, and group home work is preferred. Applicants must have a valid NYS Driver License and reliable transportation. Successful applicants will be subject to State-mandated and other background checks as a condition of beginning employment. .
No Phone Calls.