Case Coordination Specialist I (part-time)
May 14, 2019
ChildSavers is currently offering a part time career opportunity which may become a full time position within our outpatient therapy services. The Case Coordination Specialist 1 is the first point of contact for families seeking services, referrals for services and assists new clients through the intake process. This role also walks through the treatment process with families, providing support when needed with issues such as insurance, community resources, outside referrals, and scheduling logistics. The ideal candidate will have experience in human services and intake coordination, strong interpersonal and computer skills, and have sufficient language skills to conduct client interactions in both English and Spanish. This position operates under the direction of the Administration and Billing Supervisor.
Education/Experience Requirements: Completion of Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, or related human services field with experience working with children from a trauma informed care perspective.
Must have basic knowledge of insurance companies (Medicaid and Private). Must hold a valid VA driver’s license.
About the program
Our mission is to guide our community’s children through life’s critical moments with trauma informed mental health and child development services.
ChildSavers is a drug-free workplace. EEOE
How to Apply
You can download the ChildSavers Application on the ChildSavers website. Please include the position title as the subject of the e-mail. In order to be considered for any position, you must submit a ChildSavers application with your resume and cover letter.
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