EAC Network Senior Case Manager/Court Liaison - Brooklyn Abusive Partner Intervention Program (APIP) in Brooklyn, New York
Senior Case Manager/Court Liaison - Brooklyn Abusive Partner Intervention Program (APIP)
175 Remsen Street 5th Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11201 - Brooklyn, NY
EAC Network seeks a Senior Case Manager/Court Liaison (Domestic Violence) for the Abusive Partner Intervention Program (APIP), located in Brooklyn, NY. The position is full time, Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM with possible evenings and weekends. Position has excellent benefits medical/dental/401K and very generous Paid Time Off (PTO).
Primary Purpose of Job:
The Senior Case Manager / Court Liaison (Domestic Violence) provides screening, treatment planning, monitoring, case management, court reporting and group facilitation of eligible DV cases.
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:
Act as liaison to the courts, provide case-finding and screening services for domestic violence cases and establish an in-person relationship with the relevant court actors.
Complete treatment planning to address the employment skills and training needs, educational needs, housing needs, alcohol/substance dependency, mental health needs, and physical health needs of clients and assist clients in achieving their treatment plan goals and completing their plea responsibilities.
Conduct assessment and orientation sessions for participants referred to the program following the program curriculum.
Schedule participants for sessions.
Co-facilitate themed batterer intervention sessions utilizing control logs, assignments, and exercises.
Maintain participant attendance.
Distribute letters of attendance.
Attend trainings/meetings as scheduled.
Act as a backup for the Program Coordinator.
Maintain case documentation available for review by supervision at any time, i.e. client records, including progress notes and all other relevant information to assist clients and to comply with program requirements.
Follow up with all program referrals and confirm client attendance.
Maintain a caseload of clients and monitor their participation through case management appointments, reviewing progress reports and conferencing cases.
Prepare and present written and oral status reports to the criminal justice system in a timely manner regarding client's progress.
Investigate and arrange supportive services for clients.
Provide crisis intervention and address emergencies related to housing, food, medical needs, and any concrete need as presented by client.
Conduct drug testing on clients of the program as needed.
Recruit and train volunteers and interns and assist with training new hires.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Required:
Associates degree in a helping profession or educational equivalent and experience working in intervention programs with criminal justice involved participants and at least 1 year experience working in the courts and/or criminal justice system.
Good communication skills, both oral and written. Ability to work cooperatively with treatment providers and criminal justice systems.
Must be proficient in computer applications or other automated systems such as spreadsheets, Microsoft Office applications, calendar, and email and/or database software necessary to perform work assignments.
Ability to handle difficult situations in a professional manner manifesting sound judgment and resourcefulness.