Electronic Monitoring Case Worker, part-time
Cover Letter, Writing Sample, Driving Record, Resume.
Under the supervision of the Director of Youth Services and Family Crisis Intervention Unit Coordinator.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Meets responsibilities, including by not limited to:
Provide 24 hour response to youth assigned to electronic monitoring.
Provide crisis intervention/de-escalation services to individuals on EM.
Provide intensive supervision 24/7 utilizing GPS services as well as face to face interactions, home/school/employment visits and phone contacts.
Assist families with obtaining application for representation.
Rotate on-call for 24-hour program response.
Coordinates case management and goal planning for all clients.
Plans and coordinates case management, follow-up and aftercare services for all clients.
Provide staff representation and ensure juveniles appearance in court.
Create court reports detailing recommendation of increase or decrease of levels of services.
Coordination with shift partner of daily office hours, court dates, hot line calls, family and individual meetings.
Attends employee supervision meetings, staff training and weekly case review as required.
Attends local, county, and statewide networking activities as needed. Developing rapport with referral sources, court personnel and inter-agency networking.
Completes progress notes, reports, data entries and other paperwork as needed.
Completes other related duties as needed.
BSW (MSW/MA preferred) and at least four years experience working with youth and families.
Knowledge of the Juvenile Justice System
Knowledge of Trauma Informed Care
Spanish speaking preferred.
Must submit writing sample.
Must have valid New Jersey Drivers License and provide 5 year driver abstract at time of interview.