Bilingual (Spanish and English) Case Manager – YouthCare – Seattle, WA

What You Will Do as a Case Manager:
Carry a caseload of up to 10 active clients; meet individually with each client on at least a weekly basis.
Work closely with the youth, their family in the U.S. and their family in their home country to facilitate safe and timely reunification.
Advocate for and educate clients and their sponsors on immigrant rights and restrictions.
Complete and submit all documentation in a timely manner, including client intake and exit paperwork; assessment and service plans; child trafficking or home studies if needed; family reunification packet and sponsor background checks; maintaining the UC Portal database.
Review caseload weekly with Assistant Director, 3rdParty GDIT, Federal Field Specialist and Mental Health Therapist.

Your Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, or a related field.
3 years of progressive employment experience (years of advanced education in Social Work or related field can be substituted for years of experience)
Verbal and written fluency in Spanish and English
Experience and credentials must comply with program contract requirements including but not limited to DSHS background check and must be at least 21 years of age.
What You’ll Get:
To work in a collaborative and mission driven environment!
A generous PTO after successful completion of the 90-day Introductory Period.
Competitive medical, dental, and vision plan; which includes long-term disability, short-term disability Life insurance and 401(k) for all permanent employees.

YouthCare is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions are based on merit and business needs and YouthCare is committed to recruiting, hiring, training, and promoting qualified people of all backgrounds, regardless of actual or perceived sex; race; color; religious creed; national origin; ancestry; age; marital status; pregnancy; nursing parent status; physical, mental or sensory disability; medical condition; genetic information; sexual orientation; gender (including gender identity or expression); military or veteran status; or any other basis protected by federal, state and/or local laws. People of Color and Members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply.

How To Apply