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May 22, 2024

New York, NY

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Managerial / Professional

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Contract

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$30 - $37 (hourly estimate)

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The goals of the Home-Study Post Release Services Program (HS/PRS) are to:-Assess the safety and suitability of a sponsor before an unaccompanied child is released from custody into a sponsor's care... (Home Study)-Provide case management support via remote and / or conducting in-home visits to ensure the continued safety and stability of children in sponsor's homes and linking children to resources in the community (Post Release Services).The Casework Supervisor, HSPRS provides trauma-informed and supportive supervision within the HSPRS program to Caseworkers (Level 1 and Senior Caseworkers (Level 2), as well advises Crisis Case Managers (Level 3). Specifically, the Casework Supervisor ensures onboarding and orientation to the position have been completed; provides weekly supervision; monitors service provision and case notes to ensure quality and adherence to best practices; ensures that appropriate staff are notified of cases of concern within a timely manner; writes monthly reports; monitors data; and ensures all staff are updated on changing policies, procedures and regulations that may impact their work, and convenes regular staff meetings. The Casework Supervisor, HSPRS helps ensure that services delivered by staff are of quality and in the best interest of the child, and that the number of children and families receiving services meet contractual requirements. Major Responsibilities include but are not limited to: *Supervise between four and six staff Caseworkers (Level 1) and Snr. Caseworkers (Level 2). *Advise as appropriate Crisis Case Managers (Level 3). *Monitor case management service provision including reviewing documentation for accuracy and timeliness, ensuring number of cases falls within established guidelines, and that policies and procedures are being followed. *Act as a point of escalation for staff with complex cases, cases of concern, and client crisis. This includes liaising with child welfare and law enforcement agencies, as needed. *Ensure case managers have been appropriately onboarded and oriented to their position and provide regular professional development in case work and client facing skills to staff. *Monitor data and writes monthly reports to ensure the Regional Manager has a good understanding of numbers served, cases of concern, trends, challenges, opportunities, and any other issues of note. *Act as a community liaison to build a durable referral network for services and supports. *Works to create a sense of teamwork even when staff are working remotely in different geographic areas. *Build and maintain relationships with community services providers in relevant areas. *Maintain accurate records in electronic case files and required databases. *Submit required reports and documentation in a timely manner. *Use a child centered, developmentally appropriate and trauma-informed approach to address the needs and concerns of children and sponsors. *Maintain a strong understanding of trauma-informed principles and approaches, protection and safeguarding, and mandatory reporting. *Ensure the confidentiality of children and their cases.Pay Rate - 20-38/hContract with possible extensions We are a company committed to creating diverse and inclusive environments where people can bring their full, authentic selves to work every day. We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer that believes everyone matters. Qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment regardless of their race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, national origin, ancestry, genetic factors, age, disability, protected veteran status, military or uniformed service member status, or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations, and ordinances. If you need assistance and/or a reasonable accommodation due to a disability during the application or recruiting process, please send a request to HR@insightglobal.com.To learn more about how we collect, keep, and process your private information, please review Insight Global's Workforce Privacy Policy: https://insightglobal.com/workforce-privacy-policy/ .

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