JOB DESCRIPTION Case Manager (Part-time; 10 month program) Hourly Rate Schedule: $16.46-$20.24 (rate set based on qualification and experience) (eligible for bilingual pay) Scope of Job Under the supervision of the Youth Diversion Program Administrator, and within a broad framework of standard policies and procedures, the Case Manager implements activities of comprehensive prevention and intervention services. This position is specific to a school site in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District. Duties and Responsibilities Provides direct services to students and the school community Maintains documentation of all services provided Maintains a positive working relationship with school personnel Identifies, screens, and refers students for counseling services within the agency and other services with outside agencies Participates as a team member in case management conference Obtains resources and collaborates with outside agencies to improve family and child functioning Assists in the coordination of family conferences Collaborates with other case managers and counselors Schedules and coordinates program activities and educational field trips with participants Participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings Assist youth in completing designated tasks, conditions and goals in their treatment plan Assist youth in accessing and developing healthy alternatives in the areas of recreation, cultural events, education and vocational opportunities Assist youth in completing community service hours Assist youth in school re-enrollment Transports and chaperones participants Adhere to all confidentiality requirements. Assists Youth Diversion Program Administrator with all program activities and performs other duties as assigned Employment Standards Knowledge of: Conflict Resolution Techniques School and community organization Chemical use and addiction Gang culture Ability to: Work with at-risk children, adolescents and families Work with at-risk students and/or youth gang members Communicate effectively, and maintain a high level of organization Training and Experience Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, criminal justice, community organization, education or related field, or two years experience in education or community outreach. Bilingual Spanish/English. Must be flexible in interchanging roles of mentor, educator, advocate, and activities director while maintaining a strength-based position with participants, families and school personnel. Valid California driver's license and clearance for agency vehicle insurance coverage. Negative fingerprint screening and tuberculosis skin test/x-ray. Benefits: PVPSA offers competitive benefits including Paid Time Off, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and Employer sponsored retirement contribution for employees who are scheduled to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.