Girl Power

Girl Power is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit prevention and intervention social change program that promotes positive behavior, enhances social skills and improves academic performance in at-promise girls ages 11 - 17.

Email: GirlPower@GirlPowerRocks.org

Phone: 305.756.5502​

Fax: 305.757.7374

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Central Program Instructor/Case Manager

MUST HAVE CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE*

PURPOSE

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Programs, the Case Manager is responsible for the delivery of services to participants placed in the Girls Intervention Program (GIP). Duties include intake and exit paperwork, case planning, crisis intervention and referrals. The job requires a high degree of confidentiality and flexibility in responding to needs of participants.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Education or related field and/or a minimum of 2 years’ experience counseling youth and/or young adults

  • Self-starter, knowledge of adversities facing at-promise youth with special emphasis on at-promise girls

  • Good organizational, communication and writing skills and proficiency in major computer software programs

  • Must have a valid driver’s license and access to consistent, reliable transportation

  • Pass a criminal background check

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Conduct initial home visits for living environment assessment and school/home visits as needed.

  • Implement services and educational activities according to the approved Scope of Services and Evidenced/Research Based Curriculum

  • Oversee program enrollment & social service needs assessment; including sanctions by the Department of Juvenile Services and other applicable funding sources

  • Establish an individualized care plan for each program participant

  • Make referrals of participants and/or family to appropriate agency (mental health, medical, social service, educational, etc.) as needed in conjunction with agency partners and provide information about Juvenile Justice System, court processes and contact updated information

  • Oversee, monitor and document monthly progress reports on participants including academic progress, attendance, community service hours, mental health services, and outside agency referrals (community partners)

  • Provide monthly and/or quarterly progress notes to DJJ and JAC probation officers and other judicial officials as required.

  • Administer, monitor and document peer mentorship component that promotes the development of social skills

  • Work with other staff members to facilitate parent participation in monthly Parent Opportunity Council Meetings and/or other program activities

  • Attend JAC/CBO meetings the second and third week of every month to maintain the relationship between JPO’s and the agency

  • Work with other staff members to coordinate recognition activities for participants who complete program requirements

  • Produce monthly and/or quarterly reports to agency as required

  • Assist with and attend special events student field trips

  • Other duties as assigned

Working Hours

 

Monday through Thursday 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Some weekends may be required*

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $20.00 an hour