Are you a Care Coordinator who is passionate about people? Are you looking for a job where you’ll enjoy excellent benefits and the chance to make a difference in your community? Then join the I Am Boundless, Inc. team!
If you have personal experience with working as a parent or community member helping youth, ages 6-20, with significant behavioral health needs or if your experience with these youth is professional, as either licensed or as a non-licensed qualified mental health professional, we want you on our team. We all work together to coordinate the needs of these youth, and we need your diverse backgrounds to do this effectively in Central Ohio communities.
Will you join us? Apply today!
Working for Boundless has many perks. We treat our team like family and offer advantages that allow you to focus, thrive, and grow. Why Boundless?
- Excellent benefits including no-cost dental, vision, and life insurance
- A Boundless sponsored $150 deposited into your flexible spending plan
- 232 hours of paid time off
- Student loan forgiveness through the Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
- Scholarships geared towards professional development and continued education
- Career growth opportunities
What You Will be Doing
As a Boundless Care Coordinator, you will be involved in assessing needs, service and resource linkage, and care coordination to support youth and families/ caregivers in the OhioRISE plan. This is a semi-remote position; Care Coordinators are primarily community-based and may be able to perform some tasks from home. You will work with individuals, parents/guardians, other Boundless staff members, community members, and other service and support providers via face-to-face engagement, telephone, video conferencing, and electronic communication. Day-to-day activities vary based on the needs of the individuals and families/ caregivers on the caseload.
The Care Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact and liaison for all the vital support providers in a youth or family's life, including scheduling meetings, tracking, exchanging documentation, following up on needs and appointments, and reporting outcomes. They are an integral part of the community and an essential part of the care team.
- Minimum of High School diploma or equivalent
- Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, or other related field OR at least three years of experience in children’s behavioral health, child welfare, developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, or a related public sector human services or behavioral healthcare field, providing community-based services to children and youth, and their family or caregivers
- Experience in one or more of the following areas of expertise:
- Family systems
- Community systems and resources
- Case management
- Child and family counseling or therapy
- Child protection
- Child development
- Valid Ohio Driver's License with Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles - No more than 5 points on driving record
- Valid car insurance
- Current High Fidelity Wrap-Around and CANS Assessor training or the ability to complete such within 90 days of hire
- Training in cultural competency or the ability to complete such within 90 days of hire
- Ability to obtain and maintain First Aid, CPR - adult, child, and infant. (Training will be provided, if not already certified)
All candidates who have received an offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment background check, drug screen, and health screen as applicable for the role.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.