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Case Coordinator

Responsibilities:

The Full – Time Case Coordinator will support residents ages 5 though 17 and staff. Responsibilities include managing files, coordinating services (with DCF, attorneys, case managers, therapists, etc.), problem-solving, assisting with life-skills development, and providing encouragement and accountability.

Requirements:

  • Candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree in related field.
  • Must maintain confidentiality of children/youth and program information at all times.
  • Must be flexible with hours (including on-call responsibilities).
  • Must be highly organized, a self-starter, relational, and possess strong critical thinking skills.

Please fax your resume and cover letter to (561) 775-1758 or email to employment@placeofhope.comBe sure to indicate which position you are applying for in your cover letter.

Female Floater Relief Parent:

Responsibilities:

The primary responsibility of the Female Relief Parent is to provide primary care in a relief capacity for the Professional (Primary Care) Parents. In this capacity, they will establish and maintain positive relationships with and ensure the best possible care for children placed in their care at all timesThe position involves the effort of a qualified individual in providing for the total care, teaching, nurturing, training, guiding and supervision of a specific assigned group of dependent, neglected and abused children.

Requirements:

·         Individual must have/be: 1) high school diploma or equivalent (some college credits/courses preferred); 2) previous child care experience; 3) at least 21 years of age.

·         Must maintain confidentiality of children/youth and program information at all times.

·         Must be able to work effectively in a fast paced environment with others and independently.

·         Must possess the ability to make responsible, sound recommendations and decisions under direction and in time of emergency.

·         Must demonstrate qualities that enable effective interaction with children in group care, enjoy working as team members, and endeavor to meet the varying needs of each child within the organizational guidelines.