Classification: Exempt (35 hours per week)
- Conduct home visits with families with children under the age of 5, pregnant women, and teen parents to provide assessment, case management, and crisis intervention.
- Work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team and respond to behavioral crises quickly and safely in a therapeutic manner.
- Coordinate meetings and service plan reviews with involved service providers.
- Demonstrate a strengths-based approach and an ability to work under pressure while understanding the complexities of families.
- Adhere to NASW Code of Ethics and agency confidentiality policy.
- Promote positive relationships with parents and identify family strengths and needs to inform a collaborative family goal setting process.
- Effectively facilitate parent support and educational groups/workshops.
- Maintain client records and complete all necessary documentation with established program time frames.
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work (or related field) with Massachusetts Social Work license (LSWA, LSW, LCSW, or LICSW), or license eligibility.
- At least one year of experience working with children under the age of 5 and their families
- At least one year of experience in providing parent education, case management and/or family services to families living in poverty.
- Ability to efficiently travel to home visits and to off-site meetings.
- Ability to work flexible hours to accommodate parent availability.
- Must possess knowledge of infant/child development.
Send resumes to Heather Perry, Social Services Manager at email@example.com