Health Intensive Care Coordinator Visa Sponsorship Available

December 15, 2023
£25 - £45 / hour

Job Description




A $3,000 sign-on incentive is available for this role! Visa sponsorship and relocation aid assistance available!


When you join The Home for Little Wanderers, you are joining a team of experts who are dedicated to helping children have better, brighter futures.


For nearly 200 years, The Home for Little Wanderers has helped vulnerable children and their families achieve stable lives and bright futures. Thousands of at-risk adolescents aged newborn to 26 are served by our 25+ community-based and residential programmes. Many of these youngsters have been victims of abuse, neglect, trauma, or a broken family life. We give them with safe environments, lasting loving relationships, and a stable path towards a better, brighter future as America’s oldest child welfare service.


The Hyde Park CSA in Roslindale is looking for a Full-Time Intensive Care Coordinator to help MassHealth kids with major emotional disturbance establish and implement an Individual Care strategy and risk management/safety strategy.


Under the supervision of the Programme Director and the Senior Intensive Care Coordinator, promotes the formulation and execution of an Individual Care strategy as well as a risk management/safety strategy for MassHealth kids experiencing severe emotional disturbance.




How Will You Make a Difference?


  • Acts as a link with other agencies and programmes; develops and maintains relationships/services that benefit children and families. Act as a family champion; teach parents on how to advocate for themselves and their children.


  • Identifies and actively assists adolescents and families in obtaining and monitoring the delivery of available resources such as medical, educational, social, and therapeutic services, as well as formal and natural supports and community-based agencies, services, and organisations.


  • Conduct preliminary assessments and evaluations on new clients and families. Individual Care Plans and Transition Plans are developed, implemented, and monitored.


  • Maintains a working relationship with all area service providers in order to support referrals from various providers, including ESP/Mobile Crisis Intervention providers, to ensure care is effectively coordinated.


  • Maintain constant contact with the customer, collaterals, and providers of supportive services. This may entail considerable phone communication as well as the arranging and attendance of case conference sessions. Facilitate communication among and between providers.


  • In a timely and well-written manner, distribute written assessments, summary reports, documentation, treatment planning, and safety planning to appropriate parties. Reports, documentation, and billing must be submitted on time. Check that the documentation complies with utilisation review and quality assurance criteria.


  • Participate in staff meetings. Present client material; discuss with supervisor and team members on complex and challenging client concerns. Regular individual and group supervision is required. Participate in clinical and safety practice training.


  • Documents major client encounters as required by MassHealth.


  • It is possible that you will be required to provide behavioural support.


  • Participates in programme activities such as staff and team meetings, programme training and development needs, and primary on-call rotation.


  • It may be necessary to carry a mobile device.


  • Depending on the programme, you may be required to complete weekly billing requirements.




Experience and Education


  • Master’s degree from an approved institution or university in a mental health discipline (including, but not limited to, counselling, family therapy, social work, psychology, and so on).


  • Experience navigating any child/family-serving system and advocating for family members associated with behavioural health systems


  • Must maintain Massachusetts CANS certification.


  • Preferably familiar with the communities we serve.


  • Knowledge of a second language, such as Spanish or Haitian Creole, may be required.


  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer, as well as the capacity to learn new software applications




Valuing Diversity


We are dedicated to achieving excellence in diversity, equity, and inclusion while also cultivating a culture that promotes these values. We think that our differences help us to deliver great service and care to a varied range of children, families, and communities. Furthermore, diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging are consistent with our beliefs and objective of assisting vulnerable children and their families in creating long-term, positive change.




What the Home Can Provide

Aside from the opportunity to make a lasting difference in the lives of the youngsters in the communities we serve, The Home for Little Wanderers provides competitive salary and a complete benefits package, which includes:


  • New employees receive extensive training.


  • Generous vacation time


  • Tuition assistance


  • Dental and Medical Insurance


  • Retirement Plan 403(b) with Employer Match


  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance


  • Insurance for life


  • And even more!



Opportunity for All Employer/Protected Veterans/Disabled Individuals


The contractor will not dismiss or otherwise discriminate against employees or candidates simply because they inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own or another employee’s or applicant’s compensation. Employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as part of their essential job functions, on the other hand, are prohibited from disclosing the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, or (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)