About Graham Windham In full partnership with families & communities, Graham Windham strives to make a life-altering difference to children, youth and families affected by abuse, neglect and delinquency by providing each child we serve with a strong foundation for life: a safe, loving, permanent family and the opportunity and preparation to thrive in school and in the world. With over 600 full-time employees serving children and families in multiple programs throughout Westchester County, Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Harlem, Graham Windham provides an exciting & enriching work experience. Graham Windham is one of the first organizations in the New York City to implement Solution -Based Casework (SBC). By recognizing and reinforcing their innate strengths and ability to cope, we at Graham Windham empower them to take the lead in making change in their lives. About the Program At Graham Windham our Family Foster Care programs help children to get back to their families, adopted into a new family or connected to someone who is willing to be an anchor for children, throughout their childhood and into adulthood. To help us do that, we have hundreds of loving & highly qualified foster parents primarily in Brooklyn, Manhattan, the Bronx and Westchester County- who serve as our foster children's substitute family. About the Position The Case Planner in our FPPS program maintains strong social contracts that explicitly emphasize family permanency planning and the responsibility of all stakeholders to accept nothing less than safe, loving and permanent homes for all our children and ensures that every child is living in a nurturing, safe, and permanent family as quickly as possible.
Learn more about what it is like to be a Case Planner at Graham Windham by watching our Realistic Job Previews at http://www.graham-windham.org/careers/employee-videos/. Duties and Responsibilities - Creates, in partnership with the families, service plans for families and children which address safety, behavioral, educational, psychological and permanency needs. - Monitors safety, well-being and progress against other critical outcomes by facilitating regular casework contacts and by documenting the same in progress notes and other case documentation. - Collaborates with internal and external service providers and other stakeholders through clear and timely verbal and written communication. - Participates actively in Family Court Hearings, Family Team Conferences and other meetings to advance permanency for children and families.
Qualifications Bachelor's degree required - Detail-oriented - Excellent verbal and written communication skills - demonstrates core competencies including: flexibility, professionalism, ability to function as a team player, and passion for advancing the work of serving children and families. Position Type Full Time Salary Base Salary $38,000 p.a. Commensurate with Experience Locations Brooklyn, Bronx & Harlem Please attach your resume as a PDF or a Word document. Include the names and contact information for a minimum of three (3) professional references within this document. Apply online: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=2471021