Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative Case Manager - MWRAP in Pennsauken, New Jersey
Case Manager - MWRAP
Pennsauken, NJ (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=2500+McClellan+Ave+Pennsauken+NJ+08109)
Salary Range ($49,000 - 51,000)
SIGN ON BONUS - $2,500
For over 40 years, the Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative (The Cooperative) has been at the forefront of developing innovative strategies in maternal and child health care. We work to improve the region’s health by educating communities, advocating for system improvements, and engaging with stakeholders. The Cooperative is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) coalition of healthcare professionals and consumers licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health as the maternal and child health consortium serving the seven counties of South Jersey.
The Cooperative is an equal employment opportunity employer. We welcome and encourage all qualified candidates to apply for employment with our agency without regard to abilities, age, race, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientations, religious and political beliefs, socio economic status, educational levels, military/veteran status, or any other characteristics.
The Cooperative offers a competitive benefit package:
Medical, Dental, Life, Long Term Care Benefits
Free AAA Basic Membership
Generous Paid Time Off
10 Paid Holidays
Employee Assistance Program
Flexible Spending Account
Dependent Care Account
401K – SNJPC contributes 4% after one year of work anniversary
Our biggest perk“Summer Flex” and Hybrid Work Schedule
The Case Manager in the Maternal Wrap Around (MWRAP) Program is responsible for working with women and their families to support and strengthen their capacity to engage in health practices to maintain stable homes through a family-centered approach. The Case Manager conducts needs assessments and provides intensive case management, wraparound services, and recovery support for pregnant/postpartum women with substance use disorders.
- The Case Manager in the M-WRAP maintains a caseload of 30 families, focusing on developing a single, coordinated care plan for pregnant/postpartum women, their infants, and families in accordance with program guidelines. * Conducts home visits at least twice. * Advocates on behalf of the family. * Conducts assessments that include life domains. * Provides and documents case management services in compliance with program guidelines. * Maintains ongoing relationship with community and health care providers as well as other case managers, making referrals for program services. * Conducts networking with community stakeholders and recruits’ community participation in collaborative problem solving around barriers to care and in linking clients to services. * Completes all required reports and other documentation in a timely manner. * Attends and participates in supervisory, team, multidisciplinary, and other meetings in compliance with program guidelines or as assigned. * Maintains client and staff confidentiality in compliance with operational policies and procedures. * Provides services in a culturally competent manner.
Bachelor’s degree in health, psychology, counseling, social work, education, or other behavioral health profession
3 years’ experience working with high need families involved with substance use and mental health disorders
Training/education in trauma informed services
Evidence of working with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorder populations, or evidence of addiction coursework
Basic computer skills
Valid driver’s license, current insurance policy, and car
Knowledge of community resources that provide services for women and their families (i.e., early childhood intervention, child welfare)
Good organizational skills: ability to prioritize work requirements
Good facilitation and conflict resolutions skills
Good oral and written communications skills
Ability to work well with consumers and providers
Experience with maternal and child health issues and target population preferred
Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
Must be able to see to read documents and hear well enough to communicate with others
Must be able to write, type on a computer, and use a telephone
Must be able to operate a motor vehicle
Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds
Additional requirements to be determined with input from Director and HR
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Travels regularly to sites where traffic, weather, and other environmental conditions may be encountered; otherwise works in a climate-controlled professional office environment generally free from hazards and other adverse working conditions