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||CHILD AND FAMILY CASE MANAGER/SUPPORTS COORDINATOR
||CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
||$41,647 - $56,647 ANNUALLY
|General Statement of Duties
||Under the direction of the Supervisor, and as part of a team, provides case management and/or supports coordination in the home, office, and community for children/adolescents with serious emotional disturbances (SED), developmental disabilities, and/or co-occurring disorders; develops the person/family centered plan with the child, family and natural supports; assesses, links, monitors, coordinates services; assists families in working with the school systems, the court, child welfare and other community resources; works with the family, other professionals and natural support networks to provide support and structure for the child in the home and community; performs related work as required.
||Bachelor in Social Work with a Michigan Bachelor Level Social Worker (LBSW) credential AND one (1) years experience in the evaluation and treatment of children or adolescents. Will consider a candidate with a Michigan Limited License Bachelor Level Social Worker (LLBSW) credential AND one (1) year experience in the evaluation and treatment of children or adolescents, OR a candidate with a Bachelor’s degree in a human service field (defined as Counseling/Guidance or Psychology), who also must possess a Bachelor Level Social Worker (LBSW) credential AND one (1) year experience in the evaluation and treatment of children or adolescents. The employee with a LLBSW must take and pass the ASWB Examination within four (4) years of hire to retain employment. The employee with a LLBSW must also make application for the LBSW upon completion of 4000 hours in order to retain employment.
Employee must maintain valid licensure to retain employment.
||Must retain DCH qualifications as a Child Mental Health Professional.
Must have a valid Michigan driver’s license, current automobile insurance, and the use of a vehicle during work hours. Ability to physically perform the tasks.