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Case Manager – Butterfly Project

Children's Home & Aid

Job description

Children’s Home & Aid’s Butterfly Project provides children and families who have experienced violence with a comprehensive continuum of care by offering community education, training, and direct clinical and case management services. The Butterfly Project reaches the most vulnerable children and families in Central Illinois who have not traditionally engaged in family services, providing an avenue to prevent children’s exposure to violence as well as an intervention plan for those children who have already been exposed. As the Case Manager for the Butterfly Project, you will provide case management services to families receiving clinical services, helping them reach their goals, connecting them with community resources, and engaging with the community to increase awareness and access to services.

Staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and to submit proof of their vaccination status before their start date unless they have an agency approved medical or religious exemption. Staff with an exemption will need to provide proof of weekly testing. 

What you’ll do:

  • Provide community-based case management services to assigned families participating in The Butterfly Project.
  • Collaborate with assigned clinical staff and supervisor to align case management services with clinical goals.
  • Work directly with parents to ensure successful linkage with community resources, including assisting with making initial appointments and providing transportation as needed.
  • Attend and help facilitate community coalition meetings; develop and maintain collaborative relationships with relevant community partners.

Who you are:

  • You have a least a bachelor’s Degree or higher in a human services field (required).
  • You have experience working with families who have been impacted by violence (preferred).
  • You are able to complete 40 hour Domestic Violence training within one year of employment (required).
  • You are able to attend community-based events in person and have a valid driver’s license, auto insurance, and reliable vehicle.

The details:

  • Location: Hybrid (remote/on-site/in office), most work will be completed in home-based and community-based settings in McLean and surrounding counties (Ford, Livingston, Logan, Woodford); some opportunities to work from a home location or assigned office (403 South State Street) between in-person meetings and events.
  • Schedule: Full-time, M-F; general business hours with some flexibility to accommodate clients’ scheduling needs.
  • Salary: Range starts at $16/hr; offers are commensurate with experience.
  • Noncash benefits: Medical/dental/vision insurance, paid time off plus 11 paid holidays, supplemental insurance options, 401(k) with match (more benefits details here)
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