Full-Time

Post Release Services

World Relief

World Relief

1,001-5,000 employees

Christian humanitarian organization serving the vulnerable

Social Impact

Mid, Senior

Fort Worth, TX, USA

Requirements
  • Mature and personal Christian faith
  • Committed to the mission, vision, and values of World Relief
  • Desire to serve and empower the Church to impact vulnerable communities
  • Able to affirm and/or acknowledge World Reliefs Core Beliefs, Statement of Faith, Christian Identity and National Evangelicals For the Health of The Nation document
  • Experience in providing Post Release Services, and working with immigrant populations
  • Master of Social Work (MSW) or an equivalent degree in psychology, sociology, or other behavioral science or social service field; or relevant behavioral science in which direct clinical experience is a program requirement; or a bachelor's in one of the aforesaid fields with at least 5 years of clinical experience and may be licensed eligible
  • All employees must pass a mandatory criminal background check and a bilingual language test for positions that require them
  • Periodic physical examinations and TB clearances will be required, if hired
Responsibilities
  • Manages an assigned caseload (fluctuates) of post release services (Level III)
  • Complies with US and ORR policies, procedures, and mandated timeframes
  • Schedules and conducts interviews with care provider staff, children, and sponsors
  • Assesses safety on an ongoing basis, and identifies, verifies, and makes recommendations in areas where additional support, resources, and information may be needed to meet a child’s needs
  • Maintains telephone contact and conducts virtual and in-person home visits with children and sponsors
  • Provides crisis intervention services directly, safety planning as needed, and connects family to services to ensure child’s safety and well-being in a crisis
  • Collaborates with children and sponsors, as well as available informal support and access to resources, to develop a plan to ensure the safety of the child and family
  • Acts as a point of contact or liaison for the child, sponsor, and external agencies
  • Utilizes trauma focused approaches and therapeutic support to children and families with significant needs
  • Provides culturally and linguistically appropriate services and comprehensive clinical case management services through screenings, assessments, evaluations, and providing psychoeducation to children and their sponsor
  • Maintains appropriate documentation, safeguards confidential records, and protects personally identifiable information according to program regulations
  • Identifies and reports concerns related to children and sponsors, life changing events and significant incidences to the supervisor and ORR
  • Acts as a mandated reporter and reports abuse/neglect to child protective services
  • Participates in training, meetings, and maintains quality improvement initiatives as recommended
  • This role requires travel to conduct in person post release home visits in surrounding locations in the United States
  • May include working evenings and weekends to meet required timeframes
  • Related duties as assigned and may be revised as needed to meet program needs

Company Stage

Grant

Total Funding

$120K

Headquarters

Baltimore, Maryland

Founded

1944

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

8%

1 year growth

32%

2 year growth

41%